The Youthful and Seasoned Players of UEFA Euro

At 17 years old, Kacper Kozlowski became UEFA Euro's youngest player. Overcoming a near-career-ending accident, he now shines at Vitesse.

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Six days pre-Kozlowski's debut, Jude Bellingham made UEFA Euro history at 17 years old. His standout performance for England hinted at a bright future.

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Jude Bellingham:  A Star on the Rise

At 18, Jamal Musiala left an indelible mark in UEFA Euro for Germany. His finals appearance highlighted his status as a burgeoning talent.

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Johan Vonlanthen became UEFA Euro's youngest goal scorer at the age of 18, leaving a lasting legacy with his remarkable feat against France.

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Johan Vonlanthen:  A Record-Breaking Moment

Renato Sanches at 18 years became a European Champion, showcasing prodigious talent in a stellar performance at UEFA Euro 2016.

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At 40 years, "Pyjama Man" Gabor Kiraly, UEFA Euro's oldest player, displayed enduring skill with a spectacular save against Kevin de Bruyne amid Belgium's onslaught. 

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Gabor Kiraly:  The Iconic Custodian

German legend Lothar Matthaus said goodbye to football at the Euro 2000 at 39 years, leaving an indelible mark in his swansong against Portugal.

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At 38 years old, Ivica Vastic became UEFA Euro's oldest goal scorer. Jens Lehmann, also at 38 years, displayed experience in the final, showcasing composure on the grand stage.

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Ivica Vastic &  Jens Lehmann

Bonucci displayed age-defying brilliance, scoring in the Euro final at 34 years old. Arnold Muhren, also 37 years old, proved age is just a number in winning the Euro title. 

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