Barcelona will have players representing six different countries at Euro 2016.
Spain: Gerard Piqué, Sergio Busquets, Andrés Iniesta, Marc Bartra, Jordi Alba and Aleix Vidal
Croatia: Ivan Rakitic
Belgium: Thomas Vermaelen
Turkey: Arda Turan
Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen
France: Jérémy Mathieu
Turkey were the last out of the six countries to book a place at Euro 2016.
The Crescent-Stars qualified automatically to the tournament after beating Iceland 1-0 at the Konya Torku Arena.
Turan is unable to play for Barcelona until January despite joining on a five-year deal over the summer due to the FIFA transfer ban currently in place.
That ban does not however, apply to international games and Turan played a key role in guiding Turkey to the European Championships.
The bearded winger scored a vital goal in the 3-0 win over the Netherlands and started in the last three games all of which Turkey won without conceding a single goal.
The Turkish national team captain is almost certain to star for the Crescent-Stars in France over the summer.