In addition to Liverpool's five England internationals, the club will have a further seven first-team players representing their countries at Euro 2016 this summer - meaning they have more than any other Premier League club.
Danny Ward and Joe Allen learned that they would be in Chris Coleman's Wales contingent on Tuesday, while Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi and Christian Benteke will all join up with Belgium and Marc Wilmots.
Elsewhere, Martin Skrtel will captain Slovakia and Emre Can is included in reigning world champions Germany's squad and could feature at right-back, where he has played in all of his five caps so far.
Their inclusions takes the total number of Reds at the tournament up to 12, which betters Tottenham Hotspur's tally of 11, and puts them above the likes of Manchester United (10), Arsenal (eight) and Everton and Manchester City (both seven).
Of the rest of the teams across Europe, only Juventus of Serie A can boast such a strong representation - also with 12. Philippe Coutinho, too, will be on international duty as he warms up for the Copa America Centernario in the United States with Brazil.
Several Reds taking each on in national team colours
Eight of the Reds' players in France are in Group B, with the England quintet of Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne, Jordan Henderson, James Milner and Daniel Sturridge facing Ward and Allen's Wales in Lens before taking on Skrtel and Slovakia in their final group game in Saint-Etienne.
Wales and Slovakia, meanwhile, will go head-to-head in the first match in Bordeaux on June 11 - with both looking to reach the knockout stages in their first ever European Championships.
Emre Can's Germany are in Group C, with Joachim Low's men taking on Ukraine, Poland and Northern Ireland as they bid for their first triumph in the competition since 1996, having reached the semi-finals in 2012 and managed runners-up in 2008.
Meanwhile, Belgium trio Benteke, Origi and Mignolet will be in Belgium's Group of Death in Group E as they face Italy, Republic of Ireland and Sweden.
Among those left behind by their countries are Adam Bogdan, who has lost his place as back-up goalkeeper for Hungary after limited game time throughout 2015-16. Dejan Lovren is also out of Croatia's 23-man travelling party after a fallout with manager Ante Cacic.
Of the other notable absentees, Mamadou Sakho failed to make France's final selection despite being cleared to play after the end of his 30-day suspension for a doping violation, with Didier Deschamps instead sticking with his current options despite injuries.
When and where Liverpool's players are at the Euros...
England: Nathaniel Clyne, James Milner, Jordan Henderson, Adam Lallana, Daniel Sturridge.
Slovakia: Martin Skrtel.
Wales: Danny Ward, Joe Allen.
Wales vs Slovakia - June 11, Bordeaux, 5pm KO.
England - Russia - June 11, Marseille, 8pm KO.
Russia vs Slovakia - June, 15, Lille, 2pm KO.
England - Wales - June 16, Lens, 2pm KO.
Russia - Wales - June 20, Toulouse, 8pm KO.
Slovakia - England - June 20, Saint-Etienne, 8pm KO.
Germany: Emre Can.
Germany - Ukraine - June 12, Lille, 8pm KO.
Germany - Poland - June 16, Paris, 8pm KO.
Northern Ireland vs Germany - June 21, Paris, 5pm KO.
Belgium: Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi, Christian Benteke.
Belgium - Italy - June 13, Lyon, 8pm KO.
Belgium - Republic of Ireland - June 18, Bordeaux, 2pm KO.
Sweden - Belgium - June 22, Nice 8pm KO.