Stuart Pearce has named his 18-man Team GB football squad, comprising entirely of Englishmen and Welshmen.
Pearce confirmed David Beckham will not be part of the coaching staff, despite rumours to the contrary.
"In regard to ticket sales or merchandising or whatever, I'm a football man. I have to back my opinion. I feel very sorry for David," Pearce told a press conference.
When questioned on why there were no Scottish or Northern Irish members chosen, the former England international replied: "I'm not picking on nationality. I couldn't tell you how many from England or Wales there are in the squad."
As expected, Ryan Giggs, Craig Bellamy and Micah Richards are the three overage players selected for the squad.
Giggs and Bellamy have both never played at an international tournament while Richards refused to be put on standby for England's Euro 2012 squad after he was initially overlooked by Roy Hodgson.
An injury to Gary Cahill saw Martin Kelly called up prior to the Championship, after he took Richards' berth.
Swansea have three players named, the most of any club - Scott Sinclair, Joe Allen and Neil Taylor, while Tottenham defender Steven Caulker, who has also been included, was on loan at the Liberty Stadium last season.
Jason Steele (Middlesbrough)
Jack Butland (Birmingham City)
Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea)
Neil Taylor (Swansea City)
James Tomkins (West Ham United)
Steven Caulker (Tottenham Hotspur)
Craig Dawson (West Bromwich Albion)
Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur)
Micah Richards (Manchester City)
Tom Cleverley (Manchester United)
Jack Cork (Southampton)
Ryan Giggs (Manchester United)
Aaron Ramsey (Arsenal)
Joe Allen (Swansea City)
Scott Sinclair (Swansea City)
Craig Bellamy (Liverpool)
Daniel Sturridge (Chelsea)
Marvin Sordell (Bolton Wanderers)
More to follow...