So here are we again ladies and gentleman with more bundles of information including the EURO T20 Teams and Squads.
As I mentioned earlier about the teams and squads on the Home Page of EURO T20 Slam, but of course that’s not enough for a big fan like you. So we’ll be covering a full session about the EURO T20 Slam Teams and Squads.
So, Fellas, we’ll be covering it in two sessions, want to know why? Because we also have that in a hurry fans with us who want to skip the detailed information and go to the main point. Am I right sir? Yes, you the one reading and trying to jump.
So here we are, folks, with the first part:
Euro T20 Slam Teams
In the official ceremony of the Euro T20 Slam first ever season of 2019, the names of the six franchise teams whom will be and should I say are participating in this first ever European T20 league has been unveiled.
So these are the teams. Don’t forget that this is the first ever Edition of EURO T20 Slam League. All the team names are official. Cricket boards Ireland, Scotland and Netherland have confirmed the teams’ title and cities.
Teams from the Ireland Cities:
- Belfast Titans (Reference to The Belfast Giants)
- Dublin Chiefs (Irish Independence Movement)
Teams from cities of the Netherland:
- Amsterdam Kings (Famous Ghost Ship)
- Rotterdam Rhinos
Teams from cities of the Scotland:
- Glasgow Giants (Traditionally Industrialist City)
- Edinburgh Rocks (Reference to Mons Meg)
The entire six teams will play and give their best on EURO T20 Slam. Matches of this league will be played in Ireland, Netherland, and Scotland. So as you can see, these three countries will host the first ever season and edition of this EURO T20 Slam cricket league.
Mr. Gurmeet Singh, a Singaporean former actor, host and comedy performer Said: “We are delighted with the cities selected for the league.”
As going further to the essential information about the teams, we also have a full of exciting news for our readers, which is that the EURO T20 Slam Teams are further divided into Marquee players and Icon players.
So we present you both marquee and icon players just listed below:
- Luke Ronchi (New Zealand)
- Babar Azam (Pakistan)
- Chris Lynn (Australia)
- JP Duminy (South Africa)
- Imran Tahir (South Africa)
According to the EURO T20 Slam, the remaining Marquee Players will be announced soon, so for more updates stay tuned as their name will be updated here.
Coming to the next category of Icon Players so hold your breaths as we have just a surprise for you.
- Shane Watson (Australia)
- Brendon McCullum (New Zealand)
- Rashid Khan (Afghanistan)
- Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)
Shahid Afridi has been selected as an Icon player in the EURO T20 Slam. He is among one of the sixth Icon players. So till now, we have these lists for our readers which is no doubt updated so stay tuned for the remaining player as it will be announced this week and their names will be put here soon.
Coming to the other good news recently England’s Captain Eoin Morgan have also announced that he will be the part of EURO T20 Slam. Is’nt this an excellent report from the tournament’s point of view.
You may be thinking that why is it unique? Because as Eoin Morgan was born in Ireland, So this will 100% attract and make happy the hearts of lots of people to the matches. Also, Irish fans would love to see their home star in action.
So Not to forget that the Inaugural will be in Ireland on 30th April 2019. So be ready for your first heart whelming and breath-stopping EURO T20 Slam ever.
Euro T20 Slam Squads
Coming to our second portion of the EURO T20 Squads, so it is sadly being announced by me that the Squads for the Euro T20 Slam have not yet been announced, I know it is a piece of bad news from my side.
But don’t you worry as you know I even don’t miss a single chance from my side to update my readers. Who knows if this will also be a piece of great exciting news from the EURO T20 Slam, so stay tuned fellas cause something is coming up.
As the Euro T20 Slam have not announced the squads, but the rules and restrictions regarding squads are out.
According to the rules and regulations, each team will be consisting 16 Players in which we’ll be having nine local players and 7 International Players, but in Playing of 11 players, we will be having six local players and 5 International players to represent their teams.