The Scottish Premiership will have six representatives on international duty at Euro 2016.
Caley Thistle goalkeeper Owain Fon Williams, who signed a new three-year deal to say at Inverness last month, is in the Wales squad alongside Danny Ward, who spent the first half of last season on loan at Aberdeen from Liverpool.
Fon Williams said: “It’s a dream to be representing my country in a major tournament. Wales have not done it since 1958, so we have waited a long time to be in such an event.
“It’s a bit surreal. I don’t really know what to expect. I’m speaking as a supporter here.
“To be a part of it, and part of something we haven’t done in a long time, is going to be fantastic.”
Attacker Simon Church, who joined the Dons on loan from MK Dons in January, has also made Chris Coleman’s squad.
Northern Ireland lead the way with four players plying their trade in Scottish football’s top flight.
Aberdeen’s Niall McGinn will enjoy his first appearance at the finals of a major tournament in a wide midfield role while St Johnstone’s Alan Mannus and Michael McGovern, of Hamilton Accies, will compete with veteran Roy Carroll for the goalkeeper position in Michael O’Neill’s squad.
McGinn said: “I finished on double figures with 12 goals and had 13 or 14 assists, which was one of the best in the league, which was great for me.
“I had a meeting with Derek McInnes before the last five games of the season and he said for me to just go out and enjoy it and try to score a few goals.”
Former Dons attacker Josh Magennis, now at Kilmarnock, has also made O’Neill’s squad after helping Killie secure Premiership survival.
Completing the Scotland based contingent is Celtic right back Mikael Lustig, who has been named in the Sweden squad for the toughest section of the finals, Group E. The Swedes will face Belgium, Italy and Ireland.