After Spain were earlier afforded the opportunity to make most of Europe sick with envy at the the kind of players that they can leave out of their squad, it's now Germany's turn to do likewise. Jogi Loew's side head into Euro 2016 as one of the three clear favourites alongside France and Spain and it's no surprise when you see the kind of squad that Loew has been able to name today.
Particularly in midfield, Loew has really opted for youth with Joshua Kimmich, Leroy Sané, Julian Weigl and Julian Brandt all included. Having said that however, the old favourites of Bastian Schweinsteiger and Lukas Podolski are also in the 27 man provisional squad that will be reduced to 23 before the start of the tournament.
When the likes of Kevin Trapp and Timo Horn are barely even in contention for your goalkeeping spots, you know you're doing okay.
Germany squad for Euro 2016: