How to pronounce EURO 2016 players’ names correctly

UEFA presents a rough guide to pronouncing the names of all the players at the finals. Not 100% accurate, but a decent start.

 

 

Polska na euro 2016 logo

Polska:

Łukasz Fabiański – Woo-cash Fab-yan-ski
Wojciech Szczęsny – Voy-chekh Sh-chen-sni
Artur Jędrzejczyk – Yen-jay-chick
Tomasz Jodłowiec – Yodd-wo-vetz
Michał Pazdan – Mi-how
Łukasz Piszczek – Woo-cash Pish-check
Bartosz Salamon – Bar-tosh
Jakub Błaszczykowski – Ya-koob Blash-chi-kov-ski
Kamil Grosicki – Gro-sich-ki
Grzegorz Krychowiak – G-ze-gosh Cri-ho-viack
Krzysztof Mączyński – K-shish-toff Mon-chin-ski
Sławomir Peszko – S-wha-vo-mir Pesh-ko
Robert Lewandowski – Le-van-dov-ski
Arkadiusz Milik – Ar-ka-dioosh My-lick
Filip Starzyński – Sta-zynn-ski
Mariusz Stępiński – Mar-yush Stenn-pin-ski

 

Czechy na euro 2016

Czech:

 

Petr Čech – Peter Cheh
Tomáš Koubek – Tom-as Koe-beck
Tomáš Vaclík – Vatz-leek
Roman Hubník – Hoob-neek
Michal Kadlec – Kad-letz
Tomáš Sivok – Shi-vock
Marek Suchý – Sue-hee
Borek Dočkal – Dotch-kal
Daniel Kolař – Daniel Koh-lahrj
Ladislav Krejčí – Kray-chee
Jaroslav Plašil – Jo-ro-slav Pla-shil
Daniel Pudil – Daniel Pood-yil
Tomáš Rosičký – Ro-sits-kee
Josef Šural – Shoo-ral
Tomáš Necid – Net-sit
Milan Škoda – Shko-da

 

Albania euro 2016 logo

Albania:

 

Alban Hoxha – Hodge-ah
Orges Shehi – Shay-hee
Arlind Ajeti – A-yeti
Naser Aliji – Ali-yi
Elseid Hysaj – Hoo-sigh
Mërgim Mavraj – Mur-gim Mav-rai
Migjen Basha – Midgen
Lorik Cana – Lo-reek Tsa-na
Ergys Kaçe – Erg-oos Kat-che
Burim Kukeli – Boo-rim Ku-ke-lih
Ermir Lenjani – Ermir Len-ya-nih
Ledjan Memushaj – Led-yan Me-moo-shay
Odise Roshi – Odi-seh Ro-shee
Taulant Xhaka – Taoo-lant Dza-ka
Bekim Balaj – Ba-lay
Sokol Çikalleshi – Sokol Chi-ka-lesh-ee
Shkëlzen Gashi – Shkul-zen

 

Austria

Austria:

Sebastian Prödl – Prur-dul
György Garics – Gior-jee Ga-ritch
Aleksandar Dragovic – Dra-go-vitch
Zlatko Junuzovic – Ju-nu-zo-vitch
Alessandro Schöpf – Sherpf
Marko Arnautovic – Ar-now-toe-vitch
Lukas Hinterseer – Hin-ter-say-er
Mark Janko – Yan-ko

 

Belgia

Belgia:

Thibaut Courtois – Tea-bo Coor-twa
Simon Mignolet – Min-yo-let
Toby Alderweireld – Al-der-way-reld
Jordan and Romelu Lukaku – Loe-ka-koe
Thomas Vermaelen – Ver-mah-len
Eden Hazard – Ha-zar
Michy Batshuayi – Bat-shoe-a-yi

 

Chorwacja na euro 2016

Chorwacja:

 

Lovre Kalinić – Low-rey Ka-lin-itch
Danijel Subašić – Su-ba-shitch
Vedran Ćorluka – Chor-loo-ka
Tin Jedvaj – Yed-vay
Dario Srna – Sur-na
Domagoj Vida – Do-ma-goy
Šime Vrsjalko – Shi-may Ver-sal-ee-ko
Milan Badelj – Bad-el-ee
Marcelo Brozović – Brozzo-vitch
Ante Ćorić – Chor-itch
Mateo Kovačić – Ko-va-chitch
Luka Modric – Mod-ritch
Ivan Perišić – Pair-ish-itch
Ivan Rakitić – Rack-it-itch
Duje Čop – Do-yey Chop
Andrej Kramarić – And-ray Kram-ar-itch
Marko Pjaca – Pea-at-sa

 

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Francja:

 

Benoît Costil – Ben-wah Cos-teal
Hugo Lloris – Lyo-reece
Steve Mandanda – Stev Mon-don-dah
Lucas Digne – Loo-cah Dee-nyuh
Christophe Jallet – Ja-lay
Laurent Koscielny – Lo-ron Koss-sea-ell-nee
Eliaquim Mangala – El-ee-a-keam Mon-ga-la
Bacary Sagna – Ba-ka-ree San-ya
N’Golo Kanté – N-go-lo Kon-tay
Dimitri Payet – Di-mi-tree Pie-ette
Morgan Schneiderlin – Shnay-der-lan
André-Pierre Gignac – Andre-pee-air Jin-yack
Olivier Giroud – Ol-iv-ee-eh Ji-roo
Antoine Griezmann – On-twan Gree-ez-man
Anthony Martial – On-ton-ee Mar-sea-al

 

Niemcy na euro 2016 logo

Niemcy:

 

Manuel Neuer – Noy-ah
Jérôme Boateng – Je-rom Bow-a-teng
Benedikt Höwedes – Hoe-ve-des
Joshua Kimmich – Kim-ikh
Antonio Rüdiger – Roo-digger
Emre Can – Kan
Mario Götze – Gert-suh

 

Węgry

Węgry:

Dénes Dibusz – Day-nesh Di-boos
Péter Gulácsi – Goo-lat-chi
Gábor Király – Kee-rye
Barnabás Bese – Beh-sheh
Richárd Guzmics – Gooz-mitch
Roland Juhász – Yoo-hass
Mihály Korhut – Mi-high Kor-hoot
Balász Dzsudzsák – Bol-azh Joo-jaack
Ádám Nagy – Nah-dge
Daniel Böde – Buh-deh
Zoltán Gera – Ger-ah
Gergő Lovrencsics – Ger-gur Lov-ren-chitch
Krisztián Németh – Nay-met
Nemanja Nikolić – Nem-an-ya Ni-kol-itch
Tamás Priskin – Tom-ash Prish-kin
Ádám Szalai – Sal-ah-ee

 

Islandia

Islandia:

 

Haukur Heidar Hauksson – How-koor Hey-thar Howk-son
Arnor Ingvi Traustasson – Ar-nor Eeng-vee Troy-sta-son
Kári Árnason – Cow-ree Our-na-son
Elmar and Birkir Bjarnason – Byard-na-son
Rúnar Már Sigurjónsson – Roo-nar Maur Seeg-ur-yo-nson

 

Włochy na euro 2016

Włochy:

 

Gianluigi Buffon – Jan-loo-ee-jee Boo-fon
Federico Marchetti – Mar-kett-ee
Andrea Barzagli – Bar-zal-yee
Giorgio Chiellini – Jor-joh Key-eh-lean-ee
Mattea De Sceglio – Deh Shil-yo
Federico Bernardeschi – Ber-nar-desk-ee
Emmanuele Giaccherini – Em-an-well-eh Ja-ker-ee-nee
Éder – Eh-dair
Stephan El Shaarawy – El Sha-rah-wee
Lorenzo Insigne – In-sin-yuh
Graziano Pellè – Grat-zee-ah-no Peh-leh

 

Irlandia Północna na euro 2016 logo

Irlandia Północna:

 

Gareth McAuley – Mick-kaw-lee
Luke McCullough – Mick-kulla
Conor McLaughlin – Mick-lock-lin

 

Portugalia

Portugalia:

 

Anthony Lopes – Lop-us
Rui Patrício – Khoo-wee Pah-tree-see-oh
Bruno Alves – Alvsh
Pepe – Pep
Raphael Geirreiro – Gur-ray-roh
André Gomes – Gomsh
João Mario – Joo-ow
Renato Sanches – Khrenato
Vieirinha – Vea-ay-rea-niah
Ricardo Quaresma – Khri-car-do Qua-re-sh-ma

 

 

Irlandia na euro

Irlandia:

 

Richard Keogh – Kee-oh
Ciaran Clark – Key-ranace

 

Rumunia euro 2016 logo

Rumunia:

Ciprian Tătăruşanu – Chip-ree-an Ta-ta-roo-sha-noo
Vlad Chiricheş – Ki-ri-kesh
Dragoş Grigore – Dra-gosh
Aleksandru Măţel – Mat-sel
Cosmin Moţi – Mot-see
Răzvan Raţ – Rats
Aleksandru Chipciu – Kip-chee-oo
Adrian Prepeliţă – Pre-pel-its-a
Nicolae Stanciu – Stan-chee-oo
Gabriel Torje – Tor-zhe
Claudiu Keşerü – Ke-share-oo
Bogdan Stancu – Stan-koo

 

Rosja na euro 2016 logo

Rosja:

Igor Akinfeev – Ig-ar A-kin-fey-eff
Fedor Smolov – Fiodar
Aleksandr Golovin – Gala-vin
Dmitri Kombarov – Kam-bar-ov
Dmitri Torbinski – Tar-bin-ski
Aleksandr Kokorin – Ka-kor-in
Guilherme – Gi-li-erm-ay

 

słowacja na euro 2016 logo

Słowacja:

Matúš Kozáčik – Ma-tush Koz-aa-chick
Ján Mucha – Mu-kha
Ján Ďurica – Djoo-ritz-ah
Tomáš Hubočan – Hoo-bo-chan
Milan Škriniar – Shkrin-ee-ar
Martin Škrtel – Shkr-tel
Ján Greguš – Gre-goosh
Marek Hamšík – Ham-sheek
Patrik Hrošovský – Hro-shov-ski
Juraj Kucka – Koots-ka
Dušan Švento – Doo-shan Shvent-o
Michal Ďuriš – Djoo-rish
Stanislav Šesták – Shes-tark

 

Hiszpania na euro 2016 logo

Hiszpania:

Iker Casillas – Ee-ker Ca-see-yas
David de Gea – De-hay-er
César Azpilicueta – Ath-pili-coo-et-a
Héctor Bellerín – Bay-yer-reen
Juanfran – Hoo-an-fran
Gerard Piqué – Pee-kay
Mikel San José – San-ho-say
Sergio Busquets – Boo-skets
Cesc Fàbregas – Sesk
Koke – Ko-kay

 

Szwecja

Szwecja:

 

Andreas Isaksson – Ee-sak-son
Victor Lindelöf – Lin-de-love
Martin Olsson – Ool-son
Albin Ekdal – Ee-ek-dal
Emil Forsberg – Fosh-berry
Kim Källström – Shell-strome
Marcus Berg – Berry
Emir Kujovic – Ku-yo-vitch

 

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Szwajcaria:

 

François Moubandje – Moo-band-jee
Fabian Schär – Share
Blerim Džemaili – Je-my-lee
Xherdan Shaqiri – Cher-dan Scha-ki-ri
Granit Xhaka – Cha-ka
Shani Tarashaj – Ta-ra-shai

 

Turcja na euro 2016 logo

Turcja:

Ahmet Çalık – Jal-ukh
Gökhan Gönül – Ger-kan Ger-nool
İsmail Köybaşı – Ees-my-il Koy-ba-shuh
Şener Özbayraklı – She-ner Erz-by-rak-ler
Caner Erkin – Ja-ner
Hakan Çalhanoğlu – Ha-kan Chal-han-och-loo
Nuri Şahin – Sha-hin
Oğuzhan Özyakup – O-hoo-zhan Erz-ya-kup
Olcay Şahan – Ol-jai Sha-han
Selçuk İnan – Sel-chuk Ee-nan
Volkan Şen – Shen
Yunus Mallı – You-nus Mal-i

 

 

Ukraina na euro 2016 logo

Ukraina:

Yevhen Khacheridi – Ha-che-ri-di

 

 

walia na euro 2016 logo

Walia:

 

Owain Fôn Williams – O-wayne Von Will-ee-ams

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