1 GK Igor Akinfeev - CSKA Moscow 2 DF Aleksandr Anyukov - Zenit Saint Petersburg 3 DF Roman Sharonov - Rubin Kazan 4 DF Sergei Ignashevich - CSKA Moscow 5 DF Yuri Zhirkov - Anzhi Makhachkala 6 MF Roman Shirokov - Zenit Saint Petersburg 7 MF Igor Denisov - Zenit Saint Petersburg 8 MF Konstantin Zyryanov - Zenit Saint Petersburg 9 MF Marat Izmailov Sporting CP 10 FW Andrei Arshavin (c) - Arsenal 11 FW Aleksandr Kerzhakov - Zenit Saint Petersburg 12 DF Aleksei Berezutski - CSKA Moscow 13 GK Anton Shunin - Dynamo Moscow 14 FW Roman Pavlyuchenko -Lokomotiv Moscow 15 MF Dmitri Kombarov - Spartak Moscow 16 GK Vyacheslav Malafeev - Zenit Saint Petersburg 17 MF Alan Dzagoev - CSKA Moscow 18 FW Aleksandr Kokorin - Dynamo Moscow 19 DF Vladimir Granat - Dynamo Moscow 20 FW Pavel Pogrebnyak - Fulham 21 DF Kirill Nababkin - CSKA Moscow 22 MF Denis Glushakov - Lokomotiv Moscow 23 MF Igor Semshov - Dynamo Moscow
Coach: Netherlands Dick Advocaat On 11 May 2012, Advocaat named a provisional list of 26 players for the tournament. Vasili Berezutski and Roman Shishkin withdrew on 20 and 24 May respectively, Berezutski with a thigh injury and Shishkin due to a stomach complaint. Advocaat named his final squad on 25 May 2012; Kirill Nababkin was named having not been included in the provisional party.
Russia - Dick Advocaat was angry his side got sloppy against Poland and may tweak his starting line-up to rest tired legs. His strikeforce will stay the same though, with Andrey Arshavin looking more influential. Forward Alex Kokorin is out of the tournament with a hamstring injury.
Coach: Portugal Fernando Santos Santos named his first shortlist, composed of players based abroad, on 10 May 2012, and the second, composed of Greece-based players on 17 May 2012, totalling a 25-player provisional list. On 28 May 2012, Santos announced his 23-man squad.
Greece - Fernando Santos will switch keepers with Kostas Chalkias sidelined and Michalis Sifakis called up.