Golden Ratio: These Are the Most Beautiful Players in the Euro 2024 Finals

The countdown is on! With only three days left until the Euro 2024 finals, excitement is reaching a fever pitch. And for those of you who may not be as interested in the stats and strategy of the game, here's a fun twist: a unique study conducted by Betting.co.uk has revealed which players from the two finalist teams, Spain and England, have the most perfect faces according to the Golden Ratio formula (The Golden Ratio, often denoted by the Greek letter phi (Φ), is approximately equal to 1.618).

This study might just add a bit of extra eye-candy to your viewing experience. Whether you're a die-hard fan or just tuning in for the finals, keep an eye out for these handsome players – they might just make the game a little more interesting!
Results of the Study

Here are the top players from the finalist teams, Spain and England, with the most perfect faces according to the Golden Ratio formula (We rounded the golden ratio to 1.62 for simplicity)

Spain:

Top 5 Players Closest to the Golden Ratio:

1. Daniel Vivian - 1.64 (2 points away)
2. Rodri - 1.64 (2 points away)
3. Alvaro Morata - 1.66 (4 points away)
4. Martin Zubimendi - 1.58 (4 points away)
5. Pedri - 1.58 (4 points away)

Top 5 Players Furthest from the Golden Ratio:

1. Mikel Merino - 1.94 (32 points away)
2. David Raya - 1.88 (26 points away)
3. Dani Carvajal - 1.85 (23 points away)
4. Marc Cucurela - 1.81 (19 points away)
5. Nacho - 1.8 (18 points away) ​

England:

Top 5 Players Closest to the Golden Ratio:

1. Kieran Trippier - 1.61 (1 point away)
2. Ollie Watkins - 1.64 (2 points away)
3. Ezri Konsa - 1.65 (3 points away)
4. Cole Palmer - 1.66 (4 points away)
5. Dean Henderson - 1.57 (5 points away)

Top 5 Players Furthest from the Golden Ratio:

1. Marc Guehi - 1.89 (27 points away)
2. Eberechi Eze - 1.83 (21 points away)
3. Declan Rice - 1.81 (19 points away)
4. Harry Kane - 1.79 (17 points away)
5. Jordan Pickford - 1.78 (16 points away)

Kieran Trippier, who plays as a defender for England, has the most perfect face among both teams with a Golden Ratio of 1.61.

What is the Golden Ratio?
The Golden Ratio, often denoted by the Greek letter phi (Φ), is approximately equal to 1.618. This mathematical ratio is found in various aspects of art, architecture, and nature. It is believed to represent the epitome of beauty and harmony.
When applied to facial features, the Golden Ratio measures the symmetry and proportion of different facial elements to determine their attractiveness.

Methodology
First, we collected players' photos from the UEFA official website. High-resolution and front-facing images were chosen to ensure accurate measurements. Using Photoshop, we measured key facial lines and proportions (the length and width of the face, the distance between the eyes, the width of the nose, the length from the forehead hairline to the bottom of the chin, etc.). These measurements were then compared to the Golden Ratio. The ideal face is approximately 1.5 times longer than it is wide. By dividing these measurements, we obtained a ratio. The closer this ratio was to 1.618, the more the face adhered to the Golden Ratio.

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