Broadcast: Euro 2016 Italy v Sweden 17 June 16:00

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Italy v Sweden Line-ups

Official squad list




1 Gianluigi Buffon 38 Juventus
12 Salvatore Sirigu 29 Paris
13 Federico Marchetti 33 Lazio


2 Mattia De Sciglio 23 Milan
3 Giorgio Chiellini 31 Juventus
4 Matteo Darmian 26 Man. United
5 Angelo Ogbonna 28 West Ham
15 Andrea Barzagli 35 Juventus
19 Leonardo Bonucci 29 Juventus


6 Antonio Candreva 29 Lazio
8 Alessandro Florenzi 25 Roma
10 Thiago Motta 33 Paris
14 Stefano Sturaro 23 Juventus
16 Daniele De Rossi 32 Roma
18 Marco Parolo 31 Lazio
21 Federico Bernardeschi 22 Fiorentina
23 Emanuele Giaccherini 31 Bologna


7 Simone Zaza 24 Juventus
9 Graziano Pellè 30 Southampton
11 Ciro Immobile 26 Torino
17 Éder 29 Internazionale
20 Lorenzo Insigne 25 Napoli
22 Stephan El Shaarawy 23 Roma




1 Andreas Isaksson 34 Kasımpasa
12 Robin Olsen 26 København
23 Patrik Carlgren 24 AIK


2 Mikael Lustig 29 Celtic
3 Erik Johansson 27 København
4 Andreas Granqvist 31 Krasnodar
5 Martin Olsson 28 Norwich
13 Pontus Jansson 25 Torino
14 Victor Lindelöf 21 Benfica
17 Ludwig Augustinsson 22 København


6 Emil Forsberg 24 Leipzig
7 Sebastian Larsson 31 Sunderland
8 Albin Ekdal 26 Hamburg
9 Kim Källström 33 Grasshoppers
15 Oscar Hiljemark 23 Palermo
16 Pontus Wernbloom 29 CSKA Moskva
18 Oscar Lewicki 23 Malmo
21 Jimmy Durmaz 27 Olympiacos
22 Erkan Zengin 30 Trabzonspor


10 Zlatan Ibrahimović 34 Paris
11 Marcus Berg 29 Panathinaikos
19 Emir Kujovic 27 Norrkoping
20 John Guidetti 24 Celta



Striker Zlatan Ibrahimović will be the focus of attention as the former Serie A star takes on Italy with Sweden in UEFA EURO 2016 Group E.

Previous meetings

• Italy’s record in 22 meetings with Sweden is W10 D6 L6 (W4 D2 L4 in competitive games).

• Erik Hamrén’s first match as Sweden coach was against Italy in Cesena in November 2009, when defender Giorgio Chiellini scored the only goal in a friendly victory for the Azzurri. That was the teams’ last meeting.

• Italy ended Sweden’s UEFA EURO 2000 ambitions with a 2-1 group stage win (in which current Italy coach Antonio Conte was an unused substitute), but the Blågult gained a measure of revenge four years later in Portugal when a 1-1 draw, courtesy of Ibrahimović’s equaliser, helped to eliminate the Azzurri.

• Sweden’s 3-2 triumph in the 1950 FIFA World Cup group stage helped them through at Italy’s expense. Twenty years later the roles were reversed as Italy won 1-0 in Toluca, Mexico – the last time the nations met in a World Cup fixture.

EURO facts – Italy

• This is Italy’s ninth EURO final tournament and their sixth in a row since missing out on the 1992 edition in Sweden. Only twice have they failed to advance through the group stage – in 1996 and 2004.[VIDEO src=”2353256″ size=”smallLandscape” align=”Right” caption=” EURO 2000 highlights: Italy 2-1 Sweden” ]

• Italy won the 1968 EURO and have been losing finalists twice since – in 2000 and 2012.

• Italy (W7 D3) were among four teams undefeated in qualifying alongside England, Austria and Romania. They have the longest ongoing unbeaten UEFA European Championship qualifying run, having avoided defeat in each of their last 30 matches.

• The only Italian club to have played a UEFA game in Toulouse is Napoli, who lost 1-0 in the first round of the 1986/87 UEFA Cup.

Italy’s EURO star: Gianluigi Buffon

EURO facts – Sweden

• Sweden are competing at their fifth successive EURO finals, and their sixth in total. They have not made it through the group stage since reaching the quarter-finals of UEFA EURO 2004.

• Sweden’s greatest feat to date is reaching the final of the 1958 World Cup as hosts, losing 5-2 to Brazil. In their best EURO campaign they progressed to the last four of the 1992 edition, succumbing 3-2 to Germany.

• Ibrahimović was the second highest scorer in UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying with 11 goals – including three in the play-offs.

Coach and player links

• Play together:
Thiago Motta and Salvatore Sirigu (Italy) & Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) – Paris Saint-Germain

• Have played together
Stephan El Shaarawy (Italy) & Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) – Milan, 2010–12

Mattia De Sciglio (Italy) & Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) – Milan, 2011–12

Gianluigi Buffon (Italy) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) – Juventus, 2004–06

Gianluigi Buffon, Giorgio Chiellini and Ciro Immobile (Italy) & Albin Ekdal (Sweden) – Juventus, 2008–10

Giorgio Chiellini (Italy) and Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Sweden) – Juventus, 2005–06

Ciro Immobile (Italy) and Andreas Granqvist (Sweden) – Genoa, 2012/13

• Ekdal also played for Siena, Bologna and Cagliari, with Sweden team-mates Andreas Granqvist (Genoa, 2011–13) and Andreas Isaksson (Juventus, 1999–2001) also having represented Italian clubs.

• Conte was among Isaksson’s Juventus club-mates.

• Sweden’s Oscar Hiljemark (Palermo) and Pontus Jansson (Torino) play in Serie A.

• Sweden’s John Guidetti has an Italian grandfather.

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