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Welcome to the definitive source for EURO 2024 football boot statistics. Looking to find which boots have netted the most goals, assists and take-ons? We've got the insights you need. As nations compete for European supremacy, another fierce competition unfolds among top brands, each equipping Europe's best players with the latest boots in the hopes of their boot winning the Euro 2024 Golden Boot. Dive in to discover which football boots are making headlines and leading on-pitch success.

With all boots available in The World’s Largest Bootroom we’ll be updating our tables so you can see which boots and players are leading the way out in Germany throughout June and July.

This is how the stats look after the Quarter-Final fixtures...


The battle for the Euro 2024 Golden Boot is wide open after the Quarter Final fixtures. Nike, Adidas, PUMA and Skechers all have a chance to turn their boots golden, while Cody Gakpo leads the way for players still in the tournament. England duo Harry Kane and Jude Bellingham are lurking just behind with two goals each thanks to their heroics against Slovakia. The Nike Mercurial leads the way, as do Nike in the brand totals but it's incredibly close considering how fewer players are in the other brands compared to Nike.


The Netherlands Xavi Simons tops the assists chart in the PUMA King with three and he'll be backing himself to add to that when his nation face England on Wednesday in the Semi Finals. The adidas F50 and Nike Mercurial go head to head in the leading assisting brands, while Adidas have just fallen behind to Nike when it comes to brand totals.


Christian Eriksen has remarkably kept the lead even though he was eliminated at the Last 16 stage Toni Kroos. With Denmark and Eriksen now out you can expect to see a few of the names on this list move up. Not a lot of English names on the list yet but let's hope that changes comes the final! Shoutout Lamine Yamal – 16 years old and tearing it up in the adidas F50.


Some usual names on the list when it comes to most successful ball carries. Belgium's Jeremy Doku isn't shy to run at his man, whilst Kylian Mabppé has flown up that table, which explains why the Mercurial is leading the way. Mbappé has now carried the ball further than anyone else at EURO 2024. Adidas were leading the table in overall take-ons after the group stages but now Nike have taken over the position at the top.


That man Toni Kroos is leading the way when it comes to dictating the game. Laced up in his signature adidas 11Pro the German midfielder is pulling the strings with more touches than any other player at EURO 2024 so far. But once again, it's the Mercurial that has the most touches due to the sheer amount of players wearing the boots.


Just David Raya holds that 100% save rate after the quarter finals, with Georgia's Mamardashvili recording the most saves (30), but he's there to be overtaken as Georgia crashed out in the last 16. PUMA have the highest save percentage right now, but it's all to play for moving into the Semi-Final games.

Stay tuned as we update our stats after the Semi-Finals. Don't forget, you can find and purchase all the featured football boots used at Euro 2024 in The World's Largest Bootroom at Pro:Direct Soccer here.
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