We delve into the Player List to find the shot-stoppers to pick
Given the attacking firepower of Portugal and the Netherlands, it would be dangerous to pick Manuel Neuer, despite popular opinion citing him as the leading goalkeeper in the world right now.
Joe Hart may also be up there with the best but we've gone for five other keepers who we think could become outstanding performers during Euro 2012.
Igor Akinfeev - £8m
Considered one of the best shot-stoppers in Europe for some time now, Russian keeper Igor Akinfeev has been impressing for CSKA Moscow since 2003 and is still only 26.
Valued at a very reasonable £8m on Fantasy League Classic, he's certain to be on the fantasy football radar of those who remember his stand out performances that helped his country gain third place in Euro 2008.
Russia only let in four goals during qualifying and this was as much down to Akinfeev's prowess between the sticks as it was to the organisational superiority of the back four in front of him.
What's more, Russia have been drawn in the group stages against some uninspiring attacking opposition.
The Czech Republic and Greece scored a modest 26 goals between them in qualifying, while Poland do have the lethal talent of Robert Lewandowski but will rely more on solidity in defence and midfield if they want to progress.
Wojciech Szczesny - £7.5m
Wojciech Szczesny may not be an obvious choice for your fantasy football team, but some closer analysis should persuade you otherwise.
While Poland aren't tipped for wild success in the championships, the home team factor and a decent all-round line up may just cause a few surprises.
If Poland are to spring an upset, they'll need their lanky glove man to give them a helping hand.
The 22-year-old impressed for Arsenal last season, picking up a total of 15 fantasy football points over the course of 38 games.
That puts him level with the likes of more established keepers such as Petr Cech and, given that Group A is far and away the most open of the four groups, there's every reason to believe Szczesny and his defensive cohorts can pull off something special.
At £7.5m, he's great value.
Gianluigi Buffon - £8.5m
A goalkeeping legend, Gianluigi Buffon still strikes a commanding figure when patrolling his area.
34-years-old but as sprightly as ever, he once again proved his worth by only conceding two goals over the whole course of Euro 2012 qualification, which was the best record of any team.
Italy's famous defensive resilience will be needed against the prolific goal scoring of Spain in the group stages, but you can be sure that Buffon has as good a chance as any of keeping the marauding Spaniards out.
Valued at £8.5m, he's towards the more expensive end of the goalkeeping spectrum, though a host of pundits are backing Italy to go far in this tournament so this sort of money could easily pay off.
Hugo Lloris - £8.5m
Following a woeful World Cup 2010 campaign, France have rediscovered their "je ne sais quoi" under Laurent Blanc, and not many players have shone more brightly than Lyon keeper Hugo Lloris.
The side has been in excellent form during qualifying, and after conceding just four goals in 10 matches the French defence looks like it can once again be trusted after several years in the wilderness.
While there will certainly be threats in the form of Sweden's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, England's Andy Carroll and Ukraine's Andriy Shevchenko, France have a good record against all three group opponents.
He's valued at £8.5m so there are cheaper options out there, but there's plenty of backing for France to do well this summer so he could well be a shrewd fantasy football choice.
Iker Casillas - £9.5m
He may be the most expensive keeper on the market at £9.5m, but it would make no sense not to consider Iker Casillas.
Little needs to be said of Spain's success over the last four years and good form in qualifying looks to be a sure sign that they don't plan on slowing down any time soon.
Casillas himself continues to be at the top of his game and only let in six goals during qualification.
Having won La Liga last season with Real Madrid he'll now be looking to add yet another trophy to his cabinet in Poland and Ukraine.