Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

BEST Limitless Team out now for EURO Fantasy Matchday 3! CLICK HERE to check it out!

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Check out our EURO Fantasy Expert Team Reveals for Matchday 3 HERE!

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Sign-up as a Premium FFC Member today for just £12 a year and receive exclusive content!

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

Win at Euros, UCL and FPL Fantasy with an FFC Membership - Save 20% on the best tools, data, articles and insight - Sign up Now

Breaking News Fantasy Football Community

The 24/25 Premier League Fixtures are OUT NOW!

More EURO 2024 Fantasy Pre-Season Friendlies: Goals, Assists, Minutes and More

The EURO 2024 Fantasy pre-season friendlies are under way and we follow them all here. In this article we take a look at a range of different factors from the goals, assists, minutes played, injuries and anything else of significance.

As we look back and reflect on more EURO 2024 Fantasy pre-season friendlies we can learn a lot. Monitoring the friendlies can be hugely important when it comes to making decisions around players in your squad.

Hungary 3-0 Israel

Hungary won their recent friendly match convincingly 3-0.

Their standout performance came from in-game forward Barnabás Varga (€6m), he had a hand in each of the goals after scoring twice and creating the other.

The other two assists were produced by wing-back Bendeguz Bolla (€4.5m) and in-game forward Roland Sallai (€5.5m).

Penalty taker and main man Dominik Szoboszlai (€7m) featured but came off around the 57th minute due to a precaution.

Portugal 1-2 Croatia

Portugal lost their most recent friendly against tournament veterans Croatia. Croatia lined up with a mostly strong starting XI.

Croatia midfielder Luka Modric (€7.5m) converted a penalty for the first goal. Their second goal came from bit-part player and in-game forward Ante Budimir (€7.5m).

Portugal’ only goal came from in-game forward Diogo Jota (€8.5m), and assisted by second team defender Nelson Semedo (€5m).

One player who didn’t start for Portugal was full-back Joao Cancelo (€6m), although he featured at half-time.

Belgium 3-0 Luxembourg

Belgium dismantled Luxembourg 3-0 and several significant moments may be worth highlighting.

The first two goals came from striker Romelu Lukaku (€9m) who continued his fantastic and relentless international form. One of his assists came from in-game forward Jeremy Doku (€7m).

In game midfielder and Arsenal man Leandro Trossard (€8m) netted the third goal, with the help of budget defender Wout Faes (€4m) who produced the assist.

Midfielder Kevin De Bruyne (€9.5m) started but failed to pick up any returns.

Finally, left-back Thomas Meunier (€4.5m) started the match but picked up an injury, being replaced by Maxim De Cuyper.

Spain 5-1 Northern Ireland

It was a big statement ahead of the tournament as Spain swept Northern Ireland aside 5-1.

Interestingly, although left-back Alejandro Grimaldo (€5m) didn’t start the game he later featured in the second half.

Midfielder Pedri was heavily involved in the goals after netting twice. Striker Mikel Oyarzabal (€7.5m) netted from an in-game forward Lamine Yamal (€6.5m). Striker Alvaro Morata (€8.5m) was also amongst the goals.

Denmark 3-1 Norway

Denmark did well to edge Erling Haaland’ Norway.

Wing-back Joachim Maehle (€5.5m) failed to start the game but eventually came on for fellow defender Alexander Bah (€4.5m). That changed then forced Joachim Maehle over to right wing-back and substitute Viktor Kristiansen (€4.5m) moved over to left wing-back.

Scoring the first goal for Denmark was midfielder Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (€5.5m). Following on was centre-back Jannik Vestergaard (€4.5m) who’s goal was helped by in-game forward Andreas Skov Olsen (€6.5m). The third goal was scored by bit-part and in-game forward Yussuf Poulsen (€6m) in which Victor Kristiansen scored.


We reveal all of the EURO 2024 squads ahead of the competition here.

Fantasy Football Community