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World Cup 2022 squads: England, USMNT, Brazil, Argentina & all 32 team rosters in Qatar

8:05 PM IST 24/11/22
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Squad lists for every team at the World Cup in Qatar

World Cup 2022 will feature the best teams from across the planet, with football's global superstars battling it out for the ultimate prize.

Each team was able to name a squad of 26 players for the tournament, with the final deadline set for November 13, 2022. Preliminary rosters were announced in advance, with coaches then reducing the squad list, meaning tough decisions must be made. Unfortunately for some coaches, injuries have already forced changes to a number of squads.

So which players will be playing in Qatar this November and December? GOAL brings you the latest information about every team's World Cup squad.

(Squads ordered from Group A to Group H)

  • Virgil van Dijk Netherlands

    Netherlands

    Louis van Gaal has announced his 26-man squad for the World Cup.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKJustin BijlowJan 22, 1998Feyenoord
    GKRemko PasveerNov 8, 1983Ajax
    GKAndries NoppertApr 7, 1994Heerenveen
    DFDaley BlindMar 9, 1990Ajax
    DFStefan de VrijFeb 5, 1992Inter
    DFVirgil van DijkJul 8, 1991Liverpool
    DFMatthijs de LigtAug 12, 1999Bayern Munich
    DFDenzel DumfriesApr 18, 1996Inter
    DFNathan AkeFeb 18, 1995Manchester City
    DFJurrien TimberJun 17, 2001Ajax
    DFTyrell MalaciaJun 17, 1999Manchester United
    DFJeremie FrimpongDec 10, 2000Bayer Leverkusen
    MFFrenkie de JongMay 12, 1997Barcelona
    MFSteven BerghuisDec 19, 1991Ajax
    MFMaarten de RoonMar 29, 1991Atalanta
    MFTeun KoopmeinersFeb 28, 1998Atalanta
    MFKenneth TaylorMay 16, 2002Ajax
    MFXavi SimonsApr 21, 2003PSV
    MFDavy KlaassenFebruary 21, 1993Ajax
    FWMemphis DepayFeb 13, 1994Barcelona
    FWLuuk de JongAug 27, 1990PSV
    FWSteven BergwijnOct 8, 1997Ajax
    FWVincent JanssenJun 15, 1994Antwerp
    FWWout WeghorstAug 7, 1992Besiktas
    FWCody GakpoMay 7, 1999PSV
    FWNoa LangJun 17, 1999Club Brugge

  • Qatar

    Qatar boss Felix Sanchez named a 30-man training camp squad in advance of the tournament. It will then reduced to 26 players ahead of the competition.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKSaad Al SheebFeb 19, 1990Al-Sadd
    GKMeshaal BarshamFeb 14, 1998Al-Sadd
    GKYousef HassanMay 24, 1996Al-Gharafa
    DFAbdelkarim HassanAug 28, 1993Al-Sadd
    DFBoualem KhoukhiSep 7, 1990Al-Sadd
    DFRo-RoAug 6, 1990Al-Sadd
    DFTarek SalmanDec 5, 1997Al-Sadd
    DFBassam Al-RawiDec 16, 1997Al-Duhail
    DFMusab KhederSep 26, 1993Al-Sadd
    DFHomam AhmedAug 25, 1999Al-Gharafa
    DFJassem GaberFeb 20, 2002Al-Arabi
    MFKarim BoudiafSep 16, 1990Al-Duhail
    MFSalem Al-HajriApr 10, 1996
    MFAbdulaziz HatemOct 28, 1990Al-Rayyan
    MFAli AssadallaJan 19, 1993Al-Sadd
    MFMohammed WaadSep 18, 1999Al-Sadd
    MFAhmed FadhelApr 7, 1993Al-Wakrah
    MFMustafa TarekMar 28, 2001Al-Sadd
    FWHassan Al-HaydosDec 11, 1990Al-Sadd
    FWAkram AfifNov 18, 1996Al-Sadd
    FWAlmoez AliAug 19, 1996Al-Duhail
    FWIsmaeel MohammadaApr 5, 1990Al-Duhail
    FWMohammed MuntariDec 20, 1993Al-Duhail
    FWAhmed AlaaeldinJan 31, 1993Al-Gharafa
    FWKhalid MuneerFeb 24, 1998Al-Wakrah
    FWNaif Al-HadhramiJul 18, 2001Al-Rayyan

  • Ecuador

    Ecuador head coach Gustavo Alvaro announced the 26-man squad for the World Cup on November 14.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKHernan GalindezMarch 30, 1987Aucas
    GKMoises RamirezSeptember 9, 2000Independiente del Valle
    GKAlexander DominguezJune 5, 1987LDU Quito
    DFFelix TorresJanuary 11, 1997Santos Laguna
    DFPiero HincapieJanuary 9, 2002Bayer Leverkusen
    DFRobert ArboledaOctober 22, 1991Sao Paulo
    DFWilliam PachoOctober 16, 2001Antwerp
    DFPervis EstupinanJanuary 21, 1998Brighton
    DFXavier ArreagaSeptember 28, 1994Seattle Sounders FC
    DFAngelo PreciadoFebruary 18 1998Genk
    DFDiego PalaciosJuly 12, 1999Los Angeles FC
    DFJackson PorozoAugust 4, 2000Troyes
    MFJose CifuentesMarch 12, 1999Los Angeles FC
    MFCarlos GruezoApril 19, 1995FC Augsburg
    MFAngel MenaJanuary 21, 1988Leon
    MFJeremy SarmientoJune 16, 2002Brighton
    MFGonzalo PlataNovember 1, 2000Real Valladolid
    MF Jhegson MendezApril 26, 1997Los Angeles FC
    MFAlan FrancoAugust 21, 1998Talleres
    MFMoises CaicedoNovember 2, 2001Brighton
    MFKevin RodriguezMarch 4, 2000Imbabura
    FWAyrton PreciadoJuly 17, 1994Santos Laguna
    FWRomario IbarraSeptember 24, 1994Pachuca
    FWMichael EstradaApril 7, 1996Cruz Azul
    FWEnner ValenciaNovember 4, 1989Fenerbahce
    FWDjorkaeff ReascoJanuary 18, 1999Newell's Old Boys

  • Senegal

    Senegal head coach Aliou Cisse has announced his 26-man squad, including Sadio Mane, who has some concerns over his fitness after he suffered a tibia injury in Bayern's Bundesliga win over Werder Bremen.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKEdouard MendyMarch 1, 1992Chelsea
    GKAlfred GomisSeptember 5, 1993Rennes
    GKSeny DiengNovember 23, 1994QPR
    DFFormose MendyJanuary 2, 2001Amiens
    DFKalidou KoulibalyJune 20, 1991Chelsea
    DFPapa Abou CisseSeptember 14, 1995Olympiacos
    DFAbdou DialloMay 4, 1996RB Leipzig
    DFFode Ballo-ToureJanuary 3, 1997AC Milan
    DFIsmail JakobsAugust 17, 1999AS Monaco
    DFYoussouf SabalyMarch 5, 1993Real Betis
    DFMoussa NdiayeJune 18, 2002Anderlecht
    MFPapa GueyeJanuary 24, 1999Marseille
    MFPape Matar SarrSeptember 14, 2002Tottenham Hotspur
    MFIdrissa GueyeSeptember 26, 1989Everton
    MFNampalys MendyJune 23, 1992Leicester City
    MFCheikhou KouyateDecember 21, 1989Nottingham Forest
    MFPathe CissMarch 16, 1994Rayo Vallecano
    MFMoustapha NameMay 5, 1995Monaco
    MFLoum NdiayeDecember 30, 1996Pafos
    FWBoulaye DiaNovember 16, 1996Salernitana
    FWIsmalia SarrFebruary 25, 1998Watford
    FWBamba DiengMarch 23, 2000Marseille
    FWIliman NdiayeMarch 6, 2000Sheffield United
    FWNicolas JacksonJune 20, 2001Villarreal
    FWFamara DiedhiouDecember 15, 1992Alanyaspor

  • Harry Kane England Germany Nations League

    England

    Gareth Southgate has announced his England squad for the World Cup. The likes of James Maddison, Callum Wilson and Conor Gallagher have all made it in.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKJordan PickfordMar 7, 1994Everton
    GKNick PopeApr 19, 1992Newcastle United
    GKAaron RamsdaleMay 14, 1998Arsenal
    DFTrent Alexander-ArnoldOct 7, 1998Liverpool
    DFConor CoadyFeb 25, 1993Everton
    DFEric DierJan 15, 1994Tottenham
    DFHarry MaguireMar 5, 1993Manchester United
    DFLuke ShawJul 12, 1995Manchester United
    DFJohn StonesMay 28, 1994Manchester City
    DFKieran TrippierSep 19, 1990Newcastle United
    DFKyle WalkerMay 28, 1990Manchester City
    DFBen WhiteOct 8, 1997Arsenal
    MFJude BellinghamJun 29, 2003Borussia Dortmund
    MFConor GallagherFeb 6, 2000Chelsea
    MFJordan HendersonJun 17, 1990Liverpool
    MFMason MountJan 10, 1999Chelsea
    MFKalvin PhillipsDec 2, 1995Manchester City
    MFDeclan RiceJan 14, 1999West Ham United
    MFPhil FodenMay 28, 2000Manchester City
    MFJack GrealishSep 10, 1995Manchester City
    FWHarry KaneJul 28, 1993Tottenham
    FWJames MaddisonNov 13, 1996Leicester City
    FWMarcus RashfordOct 31, 1997Manchester United
    FWBukayo SakaSep 5, 2001Arsenal
    FWRaheem SterlingDec 8, 1994Chelsea
    FWCallum WilsonFeb 27, 1992Newcastle United

  • Iran

    A 30-man provisional Iran squad was named on November 5 and it will be reduced ahead of the tournament.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKAlireza BeiranvandSep 12, 1992Persepolis
    GKAmir AbsedzadehApr 26, 1993Ponferradina
    GKHossein HosseiniMay 30, 1992Esteghlal
    GKPayam NiazmandApr 6, 1995Sepahann
    DFEhsan HajsafiFeb 25, 1990AEK Athens
    DFHossein KanaaniMar 23, 1994Al Ahli
    DFMorteza PouraliganjiApr 19, 1992Persepolis
    DFRamin RezaelanMar 21, 1990Sepahan
    DFMilad MohammadiSep 29, 1993AEK Athens
    DFShojae KhalilzadehMay 31, 1989Al-Ahli
    DFSadegh MoharramiMar 24, 1996Dinamo Zagreb
    DFMajid HosseiniJun 20, 1996Kayserispor
    DFAbolfazi JalaliJun 26, 1998Esteghlal
    MFVahid AmiriApr 2, 1988Persepolis
    MFAlireza JahanbakhshAug 11, 1993Feyenoord
    MFSaeid EzatolahiOct 1, 1996Vejle
    MFMehdi TorabiSep 10, 1994Persepolis
    MFRouzbeh CheshmiJun 24, 1993Esteghlal
    MFSaman GhoddosSep 6, 1993Brentford
    MFAli GholizadehMar 10, 1996Charleroi
    MFAhmad NourollahiJan 2, 1993Shabab Al-Ahli
    MFAli KarimiFeb 11, 1994Kayserispor
    FWKarim AnsarifardApr 3, 1990Omonia
    FWSardar AzmounJan 1, 1995Bayer Leverkusen
    FWMehdi TaremiJul 18, 1992Porto

  • USMNT

    The USMNT roster for the 2002 World Cup has now been finalised. Christian Pulisic, Giovanni Reyna and Weston McKennie have all been named but there's no room for goalkeeper Zack Steffen.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKEthan HorvathJun 9, 1995Luton Town
    GKSean JohnsonMay 31, 1989New York City FC
    GKMatt TurnerJun 24, 1994Arsenal
    DFCameron Carter-VickersDec 31, 1997Celtic
    DFSergiño DestNov 3, 2000AC Milan
    DFAaron LongOct 12, 2000New York Red Bills
    DFShaq MooreNov 2, 1996Nashville SC
    DFTim ReamOct 5, 1987Fulham
    DFAntonee Robinson Aug 8, 1997Fulham
    DFJoe ScallyDec 31, 2002Borussia Mönchengladbach
    DFDeAndre YedlinJul 9, 1993Inter Miami
    DFWalker Zimmerman May 19, 1993Nashville SC
    MFBrenden Aaronson Oct 22, 2000Leeds United
    MFKellyn AcostaJul 24, 1995Los Angeles FC
    MFTyler AdamsFeb 14, 1999Leeds United
    MFLuca de la TorreMay 23, 1998Celta Vigo
    MFWeston McKennie Aug 28, 1998Juventus
    MFYunus MusahNov 29, 2002Valencia
    MFCristian RoldanJun 3, 1995Seattle Sounders
    FWJesús FerreiraDec 24, 2000Tulsa Roughnecks
    FWJordan MorrisOct 26, 1994Swansea City
    FWChristian Pulisic Sept 18, 1998Chelsea
    FWGio ReynaNov 13, 2002Borussia Dortmund
    FWJosh Sargent Feb 20, 2000Norwich City
    FWTim WeahFeb 22, 2000Lille
    FWHaji WrightMar 27, 1998Antalyaspor

  • Gareth Bale Wales

    Wales

    Wales manager Rob Page announced his World Cup squad on November 9. Stars such as Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey are among the panel.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKWayne HennesseyJan 24, 1987Nottingham Forest
    GKDanny WardJun 22, 1993Leicester City
    GKAdam DaviesJul 17, 1992Sheffield United
    DFBen DaviesApril 24, 1993Tottenham
    DFBen CabangoMay 30, 2000Swansea City

    DFTom LockyerDec 3, 1994Luton Town
    DFJoe RodonOct 22, 1997Rennes
    DFChris MephamNov 5, 1997Bournemouth
    DFEthan AmpaduSept 14, 2000Spezia
    DFChris GunterJuly 21, 1989AFC Wimbledon
    DFNeco WilliamsApril 13, 2001Nottingham Forest
    DF Connor RobertsSept 23, 1995Burnley
    MFSorba ThomasJan 25, 1999Huddersfield Town
    MFJoe AllenMar 14, 2000Swansea City
    MFMatthew SmithNov 22, 1999MK Dons
    MF Dylan LevittNov 17, 2000Dundee United
    MFHarry WilsonMar 22, 1997Fulham
    MF Joe MorrellJan 3, 1997Portsmouth
    MFJonny WilliamsOct 9, 1993Swindon Town
    MFAaron RamseyDec 26, 1990Nice
    FWRubin ColwillApr 27, 2000Cardiff City
    FWGareth BaleJul 16, 1989Los Angeles FC
    FWKieffer MooreAug 8, 1992Bournemouth
    FWMark HarrisDec 29, 1998Cardiff City
    FWBrennan JohnsonMay 23, 2001Nottingham Forest
    FWDan JamesNov 10, 1997Fulham

  • Lionel Messi Argentina Copa America

    Argentina

    Argentina boss Lionel Scaloni has named his squad for the World Cup. La Albiceleste are one of the favourites to lift the trophy in Qatar and are led by an in-form Lionel Messi.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKEmiliano MartinezSep 2, 1992Aston Villa
    GKFranco ArmaniOct 16, 1986River
    GKGeronimo RulliMay 20, 1992Villarreal
    DFNicolas OtamendiFeb 12, 1988Benfica
    DFMarcos AcunaOct 28, 1991Sevilla
    DFNicolas TagliaficoAug 31, 1992Lyon
    DFGerman PezzellaJun 27, 1991Real Betis
    DFNahuel MolinaApr 6, 1998Atletico Madrid
    DFGonzalo MontielJan 1, 1997Sevilla
    DFJuan FoythJan 12, 1998Villarreal
    DFCristian RomeroApr 27, 1998Tottenham
    DFLisandro MartinezJan 18, 1998Manchester United
    MFLeandro ParedesJun 29, 1994Juventus
    MFRodrigo De PaulMay 24, 1994Atletico Madrid
    MFGuido RodriguezApr 12, 1994Real Betis
    MFExequiel PalaciosOct 5, 1998Bayer Leverkusen
    MFAlexis Mac AllisterDec 24, 1998Brighton
    MFEnzo FernandezJan 17, 2001Benfica
    MFAlejandro GomezApr 26, 2001Atlanta United
    FWLionel MessiJun 24, 1987PSG
    FWLautaro MartinezAug 22, 1997Inter
    FWPaulo DybalaNov 15, 1993Roma
    FWThiago AlmadaApril 26, 2001Inter
    FWJulian AlvarezJan 31, 2000Manchester City
    FWAngel Di MariaFeb 14, 1988Juventus
    FWAngel CorreaMarch 9, 1995Atletico Madrid

  • Saudi Arabia

    Herve Renard's Saudi Arabia World Cup squad can be seen below.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKMohammed Al-OwaisOct 10, 1991Al-Hilal
    GKMohammed Al RubaieAug 14, 1997Al-Ahli
    GKNawaf Al-AqidiMay 10, 2000Al-Nassr
    DFYasser Al-ShahraniMay 25, 1992Al-Hilal
    DFMohammed Al-BreikSep 15, 1992Al-Hilal
    DFAli Al-BulaihiNov 21, 1989Al-Hilal
    DFSultan Al-GhanamMay 6, 1994Al-Nassr
    DFSaud AbdulhamidJul 18, 1999Al-Hilal
    DFAbdulelah Al-AmriJan 15, 1997Al-Nassr
    DFHassan TambaktiFeb 9, 1999Al-Shabab
    DFAbdullah MaduJul 15, 1993Al-Nassr
    MFNawaf al-AbedJan 26, 1990Al-Shabab
    MFSalman Al-FarajAug 1, 1989Al-Hilal
    MFSalem Al-DawsariAug 19, 1991Al-Hilal
    MFNawaf Al-AbedJan 26, 1990Al-Shabab
    MFAbdullah OtayfAug 3, 1992Al-Hilal
    MFMohamed KannoSep 22, 1994Al-Hilal
    MFAbdulellah Al-MalkiOct 11, 1994Al-Hilal
    MFSami Al-NajeiFeb 7, 1997Al-Nassr
    MFAli Al-HassanMar 4, 1997Al-Nassr
    MFNasser Al-DawsariDec 19, 1998Al-Hilal
    MFAbdulrahman Al-AboudJun 1, 1995Al-Ittihad
    MFRiyadh SharahiliApr 28, 1993Abha
    FWFiras Al-BuraikanMay 14, 2000Al-Fateh
    FWSaleh Al-ShehriNov 1, 1993Al-Hilal
    FWHaitham AsiriMar 25, 2001Al-Ahli

  • Mexico

    Mexico's squad was cut down to 26 players on November 14, with Wolves' Raul Jimenez included despite not playing since August due to injury.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKGuillermo OchoaJul 13, 1985America
    GKAlfredo TalaveraSep 18, 1982Juarez
    GKRodolfo CotaJul 3, 1987Leon
    DFHector MorenoJan 17, 1988Monterrey
    DFJesus GallardoAug 15, 1994Monterrey
    DFNestor AraujoAug 29, 1991America
    DFCesar MontesFeb 24, 1997Monterrey
    DFJorge SanchezDec 10, 1997Ajax
    DFGerardo ArteagaSep 7, 1998Genk
    DFKevin AlvarezJan 15, 1999Pachuca
    DFJohan VasquezOct 22, 1998Cremonese
    MFAndres GuardadoSep 28, 1986Real Betis
    MFHector HerreraApr 19, 1990Houston Dynamo
    MFEdson AlvarezOct 24, 1997Ajax
    MFOrbelin PinedaMar 24, 1996AEK Athens
    MFUriel AntunaAug 21, 1997Cruz Azul
    MFErick GutierrezJun 15, 1995PSV
    MFCarlos RodriguezJan 3, 1997Cruz Azul
    MFRoberto AlvaradoSep 7, 1998Guadalajara
    MFLuis RomoJun 5, 1995Monterrey
    MFAlexis VegaNov 25, 1997Guadalajara
    MFLuis ChavezJan 15, 1996Pachuca
    FWRaul JimenezMay 5, 1991Wolves
    FWHirving LozanoJul 30, 1995Napoli
    FWHenry MartinNov 18, 1992America
    FWRogelio Funes MoriMar 5, 1991Monterrey

  • Poland

    Poland boss Czeslaw Michniewicz named his final 26-man squad for Qatar on November 10.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKWojciech Szczesny April 15, 1990Juventus
    GKKamil GrabaraJanuary 8, 1999FC Copenhagen
    GKLukasz SkorupskiMay 5, 1991Bologna
    DFJan BednarekApril 12, 1996Aston Villa
    DFKamil GlikFebruary 3, 1988Benevento
    DFRobert GumnyJune 4, 1998Augsburg
    DFArtur JedrzejczykNovember 4, 1987Legia Warsaw
    DFJakub KiwiorFebruary 15, 2000Spezia
    DFMateusz WieteskaFebruary 11, 1997Clermont
    DFBartosz BereszynskiJuly 12, 1992Sampdoria
    DFMatty Cash August 7, 1997Aston Villa
    DFNicola ZalewskiJanuary 23, 2002Roma
    MFKrystian BielikJanuary 4, 1998Birmingham City
    MFPrzemyslaw FrankowskiApril 12, 1995Lens
    MFKamil GrosickiJune 8, 1988Pogon Szczecin
    MFGrzegorz KrychowiakJanuary 29, 1990Al-Shabab
    MFJakub KaminskiJune 5, 2002Wolfsburg
    MFMichal SkorasFebruary 15, 2000Lech Poznan
    MFDamian SzymanskiJune 16, 1995AEK Athens
    MFSebastian SzymanskiMay 10, 1999Feyenoord
    MFPiotr ZielinskiMay 20, 1994Napoli
    MFSzymon ZurkowskiSeptember 25, 1997Fiorentina
    FWRobert LewandowskiAugust 21, 1988Barcelona
    FWArkadiusz MilikFebruary 28, 1994Juventus
    FWKrzysztof Piatek July 1, 1995Salernitana
    FWKarol SwiderskiJanuary 23, 1997Charlotte FC

  • Kylian Mbappe France Austria 2022

    France

    The France World Cup squad has been confirmed with superstars such as Kylian Mbappe, Eduardo Camavinga and Antoine Griezmann all included. Didier Deschamps had only named 25 players in his squad and is without midfielders Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante due to injury.

    Real Madrid star and reigning Ballon d'Or Karim Benzema was named in the initial 25, but was forced to withdraw after picking a thigh injury up in pre-tournament training. "In my life I have never given up," Benzema said in a statement. "But tonight I have to think about the team as I always have done, so reason tells me to leave my place to someone who can help our group make a good World Cup."

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKHugo LlorisDec 26, 1986Tottenham
    GKAlphonse AreolaFeb 27, 1993West Ham United
    GKSteve MandandaMar 28, 1985Rennes
    DFBenjamin PavardMar 28, 1996Bayern Munich
    DFJules KoundeNov 12, 1998Barcelona
    DFRaphael VaraneApr 25, 1993Man Utd
    DFAxel DisasiMar 11, 1998PSG
    DFWilliam SalibaMar 24, 2001Arsenal
    DFTheo HernandezOct 6, 1994AC Milan
    DFIbrahima KonateMay 25, 1999Liverpool
    DFDayot UpamecanoOct 27, 1998Bayern Munich
    MFAdrien RabiotApr 3, 1995Juventus
    MFAurelien TchouaméniJan 27, 2000Real Madrid
    MFYoussouf Fofana Jan 10, 1999Monaco
    MFMatteo GuendouziApr 14, 1999Marseille
    MFJordan VeretoutMar 1, 1999Marseille
    MFEduardo CamavingaNov 10, 2002Real Madrid
    FWKingsley ComanJun 13, 1996Bayern Munich
    FWKylian MbappeDec 20, 1998PSG
    FWOlivier GiroudSept 30, 1986AC Milan
    FWAntoine GriezmannMar 21, 1991Atletico Madrid
    FWOusmane DembeleMay 15, 1997Barcelona
    FWRandal Kolo Muani Dec 5, 1998Eintracht Frankfurt
    FWMarcus ThuramAug 6, 1997Borussia Monchengladbach

  • Australia

    Graham Arnold announced his Australia World Cup squad on November 8.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKMat RyanApr 8, 1992Copenhagen
    GKDanny VukovicMar 27, 1985Central Coast Mariners
    GKAndrew RedmayneJan 13, 1989Sydney
    DFAziz BehicOct 16, 1990Dundee United
    DFMilos DegenekApr 28, 1994Columbus Crew
    DFBailey WrightJuly 28, 1992Sunderland
    DFFran KarcicMay 12, 1996Brescia
    DFHarry SouttarOct 22, 1998Stoke City
    DFNathaniel AtkinsonJun 13, 1999Hearts
    DFJoel KingOct 30, 2000OB
    DFKye RowlesJun 24, 1998Hearts
    DFThomas DengMar 20, 1997Albirex Niigata
    MFAaron MooySep 15, 1990Celtic
    MFJackson IrvineMar 7, 1993St Pauli
    MFAjdin HrusticJul 5, 1996Hellas Verona
    MFRiley McGreeNov 2, 1998Middlesbrough
    MFKeanu BaccusJun 7, 1998St Mirren
    MFCameron DevlinJun 7, 1998Hearts
    FWMathew LeckieFeb 4, 1991Melbourne City
    FWAwer MabilSep 15, 1995Cadiz
    FWJamie MaclarenJul 29, 1993Melbourne City
    FWMitchell DukeJan 18, 1991Fagiano Okayama
    FWMartin BoyleApr 25, 1993Hibernian
    FWCraig GoodwinDec 16, 1991Adelaide United
    FWJason CummingsAug 1, 1995Central Coast Mariners
    FWGarang KuolSep 15, 2004Central Coast Mariners

  • Christian Eriksen Denmark 2022

    Denmark

    Denmark's finalWorld Cup squad was confirmed on November 13.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKKasper SchmeichelNov 5, 1986Nice
    GKOliver ChristensenMar 22, 1999Hertha Berlin
    GKFrederik RonnowAug 4, 1992Union Berlin
    DFSimon KjaerMar 26, 1989AC Milan
    DFAndreas ChristensenApr 10, 1996Barcelona
    DFJens Stryger LarsenFeb 21, 1991Trabzonspor
    DFDaniel WassMay 31, 1989Brondby
    DFJoakim MaehleMay 20, 1997Atalanta
    DFJoachim AndersenMay 31, 1996Crystal Palace
    DFRasmus KristensenJul 11, 1997Leeds United
    DFVictor NelssonOct 14, 1998Galatasaray
    DFAlexander BahDec 9, 1997Benfica
    MFChristian EriksenFeb 14, 1992Manchester United
    MFChristian NorgaardMar 10, 1994Brentford
    MFPierre-Emile HojbjergAug 5, 1995Tottenham
    MFMathias JensenJan 1, 1996Brentford
    FWMartin BraithwaiteJun 5, 1991Espanyol
    FWAndreas CorneliusMar 16, 1993Copenhagen
    FWKasper DolbergOct 6, 1997Sevilla
    FWAndreas Skov OlsenDec 29, 1999Club Brugge
    FWMikkel DamsgaardJul 3, 2000Brentford
    FWJonas WindFeb 7, 1999Wolfsburg
    FWJesper LindstromFeb 29, 2000Eintracht Frankfurt
    FWYussuf Yurary PoulsenJun 15, 1994RB Leipzig

  • Tunisia

    Jalel Kadri announced the Tunisia World Cup squad on November 13.

    Esperance de Tunis
    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKAymen DahmenJan 27, 1997CS Sfaxien
    GKMouez HassenMar 5, 1995Club Africain
    GKBalbouliSep 14, 1984Etoile du Sahel
    GKBechir Ben SaïdNov 29, 1994

    US Monastir

    DFMohamed DragerJun 25, 1996Luzern
    DFWajdi KechridaNov 5, 1995Atromitos
    DFBilel IfaMar 9, 1990Kuwait SC
    DFMontassar TalbiMay 26, 1998Lorient
    DFDylan BronnJun 19, 1995Salernitana
    DFYassine MeriahJul 2, 1993Esperalace
    DFNader GhandriFeb 18, 1995Club Africain
    DFAli MaaloulJan 1, 1990Al Ahly
    DFAli AbdiDec 20, 1993Caen
    MFEllyes SkhiriMay 10, 1995FC Koln
    MFAissa LaidouniDec 13, 1996Ferencvaros
    MFFerjani SassiMar 18, 1992Al-Duhail
    MFGhailene ChaalaliFeb 28, 1994Esperance de Tunis
    MFHannibal MejbriJan 21, 2003Manchester United
    MFMohamed Ali Ben RomdhaneSep 6, 1999Esperance de Tunis
    FWSeifeddine JaziriFeb 12, 1993Zamalek
    FWNaim SlitiJul 27, 1992Al-Ettifaq
    FWTaha Yassine KhenissiJan 6, 1992Kuwait SC
    FWAnis Ben SlimaneMar 16, 2001Brondby
    FWIssam JebaliDec 25, 1991OB
    FWWahbi KhazriFeb 8, 1991Montpellier
    FWYoussef MsakniOct 28, 1990Al-Duhail

  • Pedri Spain

    Spain

    Luis Enrique announced the Spain World Cup squad on November 11. Barcelona stars Pedri and Gavi are in the mix, but Sergio Ramos has failed to make the cut.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKRobert SanchezNovember 18, 1997Brighton
    GKDavid RayaSeptember 15, 1995Brentford
    GKUnai SimonJune 11, 1997Athletic Club
    DFCesar AzpilicuetaAugust 28, 1989Chelsea
    DFHugo GuillamonJanuary 31, 2000Valencia
    DFPau TorrresJanuary 17, 1997Villarreal
    DFEric GarciaJanuary 9, 2001Barcelona
    DFAlejandro BaldeOctober 18, 2003Barcelona
    DFDani CarvajalJanuary 11, 1992Real Madrid
    DFAymeric LaporteMay 27, 1994Manchester City
    MFSergio BusquetsJuly 16, 1988Barcelona
    MFMarcos LlorenteJanuary 30, 1995Atletico Madrid
    MFPedriNovember 25, 2002Barcelona
    MFRodriJune 22, 1996Manchester City
    MFKokeJanuary 8, 1992Atletico Madrid
    MFGaviAugust 5, 2004Barcelona
    MFCarlos SolerJanuary 2, 1997PSG
    FWAlvaro MorataOctober 23, 1992Atletico Madrid
    FWYeremy PinoOctober 20, 2002Villarreal
    FWFerran TorresFebruary 29, 2000Barcelona
    FWMarco AsensioJanuary 21, 1996Real Madrid
    FWPablo SarabiaMay 11, 1992PSG
    FWDani OlmoMay 7, 1998RB Leipzig
    FWNico WilliamsJuly 12, 2002Athletic Club
    FWAnsu FatiOctober 31, 2002Barcelona

  • Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica World Cup squad was confirmed on November 3. Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Keylor Navas and Real Salt Lake veteran Bryan Oviedo are the star names. The full roster is below.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKKeylor NavasDec 15, 1986PSG
    GKEsteban AlvaradoApr 28, 1989Herediano
    GKPatrick SequeiraMar 1, 1999Lugo
    DFFrancisco CalvoJul 8, 1992Konyaspor
    DFBryan OviedoFeb 18, 1990Real Salt Lake
    DFOscar DuarteJun 3, 1989Al-Wehda
    DFKendall WastonJan 1, 1988Aprissa
    DFRonald MatarritaJul 9, 1994Cincinnati
    DFKeysher FullerJul 12, 1994Herediano
    DFJuan Pablo VargasJun 6, 1995Millonarios
    DFCarlos MartinezMar 30, 1999San Carlos
    MFCelso BorgesMay 27, 1988Alajuelense
    MFBryan RuizAug 18, 1985Alajuelense
    MFYeltsin TejedaMar 17, 1992Herediano
    MFGerson TorresAug 28, 1997Herediano
    MFJewison BennetteJun 15, 2004Sunderland
    MFDaniel ChaconApr 11, 2001Colorado Rapids
    MFYoustin SalasJun 17, 1996Saprissa
    MFRoan WilsonMay 1, 2002Municipal Grecia
    MFBrandon AguileraJun 28, 2003Nottingham Forest
    MFDouglas LopezSep 21, 1998Herediano
    MFAnthony HernandezOct 11, 2001Puntarenas
    MFAlvaro ZamoraMar 9, 2002Saprissa
    FWJoel CampbellJun 26, 1992Leon
    FWJohan VenegasNov 27, 1988Alajuelense
    FWAnthony ContrerasJan 29, 2000Herediano

  • Germany

    Hansi Flick confirmed his final Germany World Cup squad on November 10. Borussia Dortmund's 17-year-old wonderkid Youssoufa Moukoko has been included, as has Mario Gotze, who scored the winner in the 2014 World Cup final. There is no place for Marco Reus, but Thomas Muller, Joshua Kimmich and a host of stars are on call.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKManuel NeuerMar 27, 1986Bayern Munich
    GKMarc-Andre ter StegenApr 30, 1992Barcelona
    GKKevin TrappJul 8, 1990Eintracht Frankfurt
    DFAntonio RudigerMar 3, 1993Real Madrid
    DFMatthias GinterJan 18, 1994Freiburg
    DFNiklas SuleSep 3, 1995Borussia Dortmund
    DFThilo KehrerSep 21, 1996West Ham
    DFLukas KlostermannJun 3, 1996RB Leipzig
    DFDavid RaumApr 22, 1998RB Leipzig
    DFChristian GunterFeb 28, 1993Freiburg
    DFNico SchlotterbeckDec 1, 1999Borussia Dortmund
    DFArmel Bella-KotchapDec 11, 2001Southampton
    MFJoshua KimmichFeb 8, 1995Bayern Munich
    MFMario GotzeJun 3, 1992Eintracht Frankfurt
    MFIlkay GundoganOct 24, 1990Manchester City
    MFLeon GoretzkaFeb 6, 1995Bayern Munich
    MFJulian BrandtMay 2, 1996Borussia Dortmund
    MFKai HavertzJun 11, 1999Chelsea
    MFJamal MusialaFeb 26, 2003Bayern Munich
    MFJonas HofmannJul 14, 1992Borussia Monchengladbach
    FWThomas MullerSep 13, 1989Bayern Munich
    FWLeroy SaneJan 11, 1996Bayern Munich
    FWSerge GnabryJul 14, 1995Bayern Munich
    FWKarim AdeyemiJan 18, 2002Borussia Dortmund
    FWNiclas FullkrugFeb 9, 1993Werder Bremen
    FWYoussoufa MoukokoNov 20, 2004Borussia Dortmund

  • Japan

    The Japan World Cup squad was submitted on November 1. Monaco midfielder Takumi Minamino, Arsenal defender Takehiro Tomiyasu and Real Sociedad star Takefusa Kubo are among the panel.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKEiji KawashimaMar 20, 1983Strasbourg
    GKShuichi GondaMar 3, 1989Shimizu S-Pulse
    GKDaniel SchmidtFeb 3, 1992Sint-Truiden
    DFMiki YamaneDec 22, 1993Kawasaki Frontale
    DFShogo TaniguchiJul 15, 1991Kawasaki Frontale
    DFKo ItakuraJan 27, 1997Borussia Monchengladbach
    DFYuto NagatomoSep 12, 1986Tokyo
    DFTakehiro TomiyasuNov 5, 1998Arsenal
    DFHiroki SakaiApr 12, 1990Urawa Red Diamonds
    DFMaya YoshidaAug 24, 1988Schalke
    DFHiroki ItoMay 12, 1999Stuttgart
    MFWataru EndoFeb 9, 1993Stuttgart
    MFGaku ShibasakiMay 28, 1992Leganes
    MFRitsu DoanJun 16, 1998Freiburg
    MFKaoru MitomaMay 20, 1997Brighton
    MFTakumi MinaminoJan 16, 1995Monaco
    MFTakefusa KuboJun 4, 2001Real Sociedad
    MFHidemasa MoritaMay 10, 1995Sporting
    MFJunya ItoMar 9, 1993Reims
    MFDaichi KamadaNov 5, 1996Eintracht Frankfurt
    MFAo TanakaSep 10, 1998Fortuna Dusseldorf
    MFYuki SomaFeb 25, 1997Nagoya Grampus
    FWTakuma AsanoNov 10, 1994Bochum
    FWShuto MachinoSep 30, 1999Shonan Bellmare
    FWAyase UedaAug 28, 1998Cercle Brugge
    FWDaizen MaedaOct 20, 1997Celtic

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    Belgium

    Roberto Martinez confirmed the Belgium World Cup squad on November 10. Stars such as Kevin De Bruyne and Eden Hazard lead the roster, while Romelu Lukaku has been included despite not being likely to play in the opening games.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKThibaut CourtoisMay 11, 1992Real Madrid
    GKSimon MignoletMar 6, 1988Club Brugge
    GKKoen CasteelsJun 25, 1992Wolfsburg
    DFToby AlderweireldMar 2, 1989Antwerp
    DFArthur TheateMay 25, 2000Rennes
    DFZeno DebastOct 24, 2003Anderlecht
    DFJan VertonghenApr 24, 1987Anderlecht
    DFWout FaesApr 3, 1998Leicester City
    DFTimothy CastagneDec 5, 1995Leicester
    DFThomas MeunierSep 12, 1991Borussia Dortmund
    MFThorgan HazardMar 29, 1993Borussia Dortmund
    MFKevin De BruyneJun 28, 1991Manchester City
    MFYannick CarrascoSep 4, 1993Atletico Madrid
    MFLeander DendonckerApr 15, 1995Aston Villa
    MFAmadou OnanaAug 16, 2001Everton
    MFYouri TielemansMay 7, 1997Leicester City
    MFHans VanakenAug 24, 1992Club Brugge
    MFAxel WitselJan 12, 1989Atletico Madrid
    MFCharles De KetelaereMar 10, 2001AC Milan
    FWJeremy DokuMay 27, 2002Rennes
    FWEden HazardJan 7, 1991Real Madrid
    FWDries MertensMay 6, 1987Galatasaray
    FWLeandro TrossardDec 4, 1994Brighton
    FWMichy BatshuayiOct 2, 1993Fenerbahce
    FWLois OpendaFeb 16, 2000Lens
    FWRomelu LukakuMay 13, 1993Inter

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    Canada

    The Canada World Cup squad was announced on Sunday November 13. Star players like Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David, Cyle Larin and Junior Hoilett all got the nod to feature for the North American nation.

    PositionPlayerDate of birth
    GKJames PaternisFeb 21, 1997
    GKMilan BorjanOct 23, 1987
    GKDayne St ClairMay 9, 1997
    DFAlistair JohnsonOct 8, 1998
    DFSam AdekugbeJan 16, 1995
    DFKamal MillerMay 16, 1997
    DFSteven VitóriaJan 11, 1987
    DFRichie LaryeaJan 7, 1995
    DFDerek CorneliusNov 25, 1997
    DFJoel WatermanJan 24, 1996
    MFSamuel PietteNov 12, 1994
    MFStephen EustaquioDec 21, 1996
    MFAtiba HutchinsonFeb 8, 1983
    MFMark-Anthony KayeDec 4, 1994
    MFJonathan OsorioJun 12, 1992
    MFDavid WotherspoonJan 16, 1990
    MFLiam FraserFeb 13, 1998
    MFIsmael KoneJun 6, 2002
    FWLucas CavalliniDec 28, 1992
    FWJunior HoilettJun 5, 1990
    FWTajon BuchananFeb 8, 1999
    FWCyle LarinApr 17, 1995
    FWAlphonso DaviesNov 2, 2000
    FWJonathan DavidJan 14, 2000
    FWLiam MillarSep 27, 1999
    FWIke UgboSep 21, 1998

  • Morocco

    The Morocco World Cup squad was announced on November 10. Among the players to watch are Paris Saint-Germain full-back Achraf Hakimi, Chelsea playmaker Hakim Ziyech and Sevilla striker Youssef En-Nesyri. "The Executioner" Abderrazak Hamdallah has returned to the national team after a three-year hiatus, while there is no place for Munir El Haddadi, who formally switched allegiance to Morocco in 2021.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKYassine BounouApr 5, 1991Sevilla
    GKMunir MohamediMay 10, 1989Al Wehda
    GKAhmed Reda TagnaoutiApr 5, 1996Wydad AC
    DFAchraf HakimiNov 4, 1998PSG
    DFNoussair MazraouiNov 14, 1997Bayern Munich
    DFNayef AguerdMar 30, 1996West Ham
    DFRoman SaissMar 26, 1990Besiktas
    DFAchraf DariMay 6, 1999Brest
    DFYahia Attiyat AllahMar 2, 1995Wydad AC
    DFBadr BenounSep 30, 1993Qatar SC
    DFJawad El YamiqFeb 29, 1992Valladolid
    MFSofyan AmrabatAug 21, 1996Fiorentina
    MFAbdelhamid SabiriNov 28, 1996Sampdoria
    MFSelim AmallahNov 15, 1996Standard Liege
    MFAzzedine OunahiApr 19, 2000Angers
    MFBilal El KhannousMay 10, 2004Genk
    MFYahya JabraneJun 18, 1991Wydad AC
    FWHakim ZiyechMar 19, 1993Chelsea
    FWSofiane BoufalSep 17, 1993Angers
    FWZakaria AboukhlalFeb 18, 2000Toulouse
    FWAmine HaritJun 18, 1997Marseille
    FWAbde EzzalzouliDec 17, 2001Osasuna
    FWIlias ChairOct 30, 1997QPR
    FWYoussef En-NesyriJun 1, 1997Sevilla
    FWWalid CheddiraJan 22, 1998Bari
    FWAbderrazak HamdallahDec 17, 1990Al-Ittihad

  • Croatia

    The Croatia squad for the World Cup was confirmed on November 9.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKDominik LivakovicJan 9, 1995Dinamo Zagreb
    GKIvica IvusicFeb 1, 1995Osijek
    GKIvo GrbicJan 18, 1996Atletico Madrid
    DFDomagoj VidaApr 29, 1989AEK Athens
    DFDejan LovrenJul 5, 1989Zenit
    DFBorna BarisicNov 10, 1992Rangers
    DFJosip JuranovicAug 16, 1995Celtic
    DFBorna SosaJan 21, 1998Stuttgart
    DFJosko GvardiolJan 23, 2002RB Leipzig
    DFJosip StanisicApr 2, 2000Bayern Munich
    DFMartin ErlicJan 24, 1998Sassuolo
    DFJosip SutaloFeb 28, 2000Dinamo Zagreb
    MFLuka ModricSep 9, 1985Real Madrid
    MFMateo KovacicMay 6, 1994Chelsea
    MFMarcelo BrozovicNov 16, 1992Inter
    MFMario PasalicFeb 9, 1995Atalanta
    MFNikola VlasicOct 4, 1997Torino
    MFLovro MajerJan 17, 1998Rennes
    MFKristijan JakicMay 14, 1997Eintracht Frankfurt
    MFLuka SucicSep 8, 2002Red Bull Salzburg
    FWIvan PerisicFeb 2, 1989Tottenham
    FWAndrej KramaricJun 19, 1991Hoffenheim
    FWBruno PetkovicSep 16, 1997Dinamo Zagreb
    FWMislav OrsicDec 29, 1992Dinamo Zagreb
    FWAnte BudimirJul 22, 1991Osasuna
    FWMarko LivajaAug 26, 1993Hajduk Split

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    Brazil

    The Brazil World Cup squad was announced on November 7. Neymar, Vinicius Jr and Casemiro are in the mix as expected, as are Arsenal striker Gabriel Jesus, Real Madrid defender Eder Militao and Chelsea veteran Thiago Silva.

    There is no place for Liverpool striker Roberto Firmino, but his Anfield club-mate Fabinho is included, while Dani Alves continues to defy the march of time to take part in his third World Cup finals. You can see the full Brazil roster below.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKAlissonOct 2, 1992Liverpool
    GKEdersonAug 17, 1993Manchester City
    GKWevertonDec 13, 1987Palmeiras
    DFDani AlvesMay 6, 1983UNAM
    DFThiago SilvaSep 22, 1984Chelsea
    DFMarquinhosMay 14, 1994PSG
    DFDaniloJul 15, 1991Juventus
    DFAlex SandroJan 26, 1991Juventus
    DFEder MilitaoJan 18, 1998Real Madrid
    DFAlex TellesDec 15, 1992Sevilla
    DFBremerMar 18, 1997Juventus
    MFCasemiroFeb 23, 1992Manchester United
    MFLucas PaquetaAug 27, 1997West Ham
    MFFabinhoOct 23, 1993Liverpool
    MFFredMar 5, 1993Manchester United
    MFEverton RibeiroApr 10, 1989Flamengo
    MFBruno GuimaraesNov 16, 1997Newcastle United
    FWNeymarFeb 5, 1992PSG
    FWGabriel JesusApr 3, 1997Arsenal
    FWRicharlisonMay 10, 1997Tottenham
    FWVinicius JrJul 12, 2000Real Madrid
    FWAntonyFeb 24, 2000Manchester United
    FWRaphinhaDec 14, 1996Barcelona
    FWRodrygoJan 9, 2001Real Madrid
    FWGabriel MatinelliJun 18, 2001Arsenal
    FWPedroJun 20, 1997Flamengo

  • Serbia

    Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic confirmed his 26-man squad on November 11.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKMarko DmitrovicJanuary 24, 1992Sevilla
    GKVanja Milinkovic-SavicFebruary 20, 1997Torino
    GKPredrag RajkovicOctober 31, 1995Mallorca
    DFStefan MitrovicMay 22, 1990Getafe
    DFFilip MladenovicAugust 15, 1991Legia Warsaw
    DFStrahinja PavlovicMay 24, 2001Salzburg
    DFMilos VeljkovicSeptember 26, 1995Werder Bremen
    DFStrahinja ErakovicJanuary 22, 2001Red Star Belgrade
    DFSrdan BabicApril 22, 1996Almeria
    DFNikola MilenkovicOctober 12, 1997Fiorentina
    MFNemanja GudeljNovember 16, 1991Sevilla
    MFFilip KosticNovember 1, 1992Juventus
    MFNemanja MaksimovicJanuary 26, 1995Getafe
    MFSergej Milinkovic-SavicFebruary 27, 1995Lazio
    MFSasa LukicAugust 13, 1996Torino
    MFAndrija ZivkovicJuly 11, 1996PAOK
    MFUros RacicMarch 17, 1998Braga
    MFIvan IlicMarch 17, 2001Verona
    MFDarko LazovicSeptember 15, 1990Verona
    MFMarko GrujicApril 13, 1996Porto
    FWAleksandr MitrovicSeptember 16, 1994Fulham
    FWLuka JovicDecember 23, 1997Fiorentina
    FWDusan VlahovicJanuary 28, 2000Juventus
    FWNemanja RadonjicFebruary 15, 1996Torino
    FWFilip DuricicJanuary 30, 1992Sampdoria
    FWDusan TadicNovember 20, 1988Ajax

  • Switzerland

    The Switzerland World Cup squad was confirmed on November 9.

    PositionPlayerDate of birthClub
    GKYann SommerDec 17, 1988Borussia Monchengladbach
    GKJonas OmlinJan 10, 1994Montpellier
    GKGregor KobelDec 6, 1997Borussia Dortmund
    GKPhilipp KohnApr 2, 1998Red Bull Salzburg
    DFRicardo RodriguezAug 25, 1992Torino
    DFFabian ScharDec 20, 1991Newcastle United
    DFManuel AkanjiJul 19, 1995Manchester City
    DFNico ElvediSep 30, 1996Borussia Monchengladbach
    DFSilvan WidmerMar 5, 1993Mainz
    DFEray ComertFeb 4, 1998Valencia
    MFXherdan ShaqiriOct 10, 1991Chicago Fire
    MFGranit XhakaSep 27, 1992Arsenal
    MFRemo FreulerApr 15, 1992Nottingham Forest
    MFDenis ZakariaNov 20, 1996Chelsea
    MFDjibril SowFeb 6, 1997Eintracht Frankfurt
    MFRenato SteffenNov 3, 1991Lugano
    MFEdimilson FernandesApr 15, 1996Mainz
    MFFabian FreiJan 8, 1989Basel
    MFMichel AebischerJan 6, 1997Bologna
    MFArdon JashariJun 30, 2002Luzern
    MFFabian RiederFeb 16, 2002Young Boys
    FWHaris SeferovicFeb 22, 1992Galatasaray
    FWBreel EmboloFeb 14, 1997Monaco
    FWRuben VargasAug 5, 1998Augsburg
    FWChristian FassnachtNov 11, 1993Young Boys
    FWNoah OkaforMay 24, 2000Red Bull Salzburg

  • Cameroon

    Coach Rigobert Song has confirmed his Cameroon squad and included stars such as Andre Onana, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, André-Frank Zambo Anguissa, and Vincent Aboubakar. However, there is no room on his list for Michael Ngadeu-Ngadjui.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKAndre OnanaApr 2, 1996Inter
    GKDavis EpassyFeb 2, 1993Abha
    GKSimon NgapandouetnbuApr 12, 1993Marseille
    DFJean-Charles CastellettoJan 26, 1995Nantes
    DFEnzo EbosseMar 11, 1999Udinese
    DFCollins FaiAug 13, 1992Al-Tai
    DFOlivier MbaizoAug 15, 1997Philadelphia Union
    DFNouhou ToloJun 23, 1997Seattle Sounders
    DFNicolas NkoulouMar 27, 1990Aris
    DFChristopher WoohSept 18, 2001Rennes
    MFOlivier NtchamFeb 9, 1996Swansea City
    MFGael OndouaNov 4, 1995Hannover
    MFMartin HonglaMar 16, 1998Verona
    MFPierre KundeJul 26, 1995Olympiacos
    MFSamuel GouetDec 14, 1997Mechelen
    MFAndre-Frank Zambo AnguissaNov 16, 1995Napoli
    MFJerome NgomSept 30, 1998San Diego Loyal SC
    FWMoumi NgamaleuJul 9, 1994Dynamo Moscow
    FWChristian BassogogOct 18, 1995Shanghai Shenhua
    FWBryan MbeumoAug 7, 1995Brentford
    FWGeorges-Kevin NkoudouFeb 13, 1995Besiktas
    FWJean-Pierre NsameMay 1, 1993Young Boys
    FWVincent AboubakarJan 22, 1992Al-Nassr
    FWKarl Toko EkambiSep 14, 1992Lyon
    FWEric Maxim Choupo-MotingMar 23, 1989Bayern Munich
    FWSouaibou MarouDec 3, 2000Coton Sport de Garoua

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    Portugal

    Fernando Santos submitted his 55-man provisional Portugal World Cup squad on October 21, with Cristiano Ronaldo, Joao Felix and Bruno Fernandes among the list. The final 26 was confirmed on November 10.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKDiogo CostaSeptember 19, 1999Porto
    GKRui PatricioFebruary 15, 1988Roma
    GKJose SaJanuary 17, 1993Wolves
    DFDiogo DalotMarch 18, 1999Manchester United
    DFDanilo PereiraSeptember 9, 1991PSG
    DFPepeFebruary 26, 1983Porto
    DFRuben DiasMay 14, 1997Manchester City
    DFAntonio Silva30 October, 2003Benfica
    DFNuno MendesJune 19, 2002PSG
    DFJoao CanceloMay 27, 1994Manchester City
    DFRaphael GuerreiroDecember 22, 1993Borussia Dortmund
    MFJoao PalhinhaJuly 9, 1995Fulham
    MFRuben NevesMarch 13, 1997Wolves
    MFBernardo SilvaAugust 10, 1994Manchester City
    MFBruno FernandesSeptember 8, 1994Manchester United
    MFJoao MarioJanuary 19, 1993Benfica
    MFMatheus NunesAugust 27, 1998Wolves
    MFOtavioFebruary 9, 1995Porto
    MFWilliam CarvalhoApril 7, 1992Real Betis
    MFVitinhaFebruary 13, 2000PSG
    FWAndre SilvaNovember 6, 1995RB Leipzig
    FWCristiano RonaldoFebruary 5, 1985Manchester United
    FWGoncalo RamosJune 20, 2001Benfica
    FWJoao FelixNovember 10, 1999Atletico Madrid
    FWRafael LeaoJune 10, 1999AC Milan
    FWRicardo HortaSeptember 15, 1994SC Braga

  • Ghana

    The 55-man provisional Ghana World Cup squad is reduced to 26 on November 14. Jordan and Andre Ayew are in the final squad, along with the likes of Thomas Partey and Daniel Amartey.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKManaf NurudeenFeb 8, 1999Eupen
    GKDanlad IbrahimDec 2, 2002Asante Kotoko
    GKLawrence Ati ZigiNov 29, 1996St. Gellen
    DFDenis OdoiMay 27, 1988Club Brugge
    DFTariq LampteySeptember 30, 2000Brighton
    DFAlidu SeiduJun 4, 2000Clermont
    DFDaniel AmarteyDec 21, 1994Leicester City
    DFJoseph AidooSep 29, 1995Celta Vigo
    DFAlexander DjikuAug 9, 1994Strasbourg
    DFMohammed SalisuApr 17, 1999Southampton
    DFAbdul-Rahman BabaJul 2, 1994Reading
    DFGideon MensahJul 18, 1998Auxerre
    MFAndre AyewDec 17, 1989Al-Sadd
    MFThomas ParteyJun 13, 1993Arsenal
    MFElisha OwusuNov 7, 1997Gent
    MFSalis Abdul SamedMar 26, 2000Lens
    MFMohammed KudusAug 2, 2000Ajax
    MFDaniel Kofi KyerehMar 9, 1996SC Freiburg
    FWDaniel Barnieh AfriyieJun 26, 2001Hearts of Oak
    FWKamal SowahJan 9, 2000Club Brugge
    FWIssahaku Abdul FatawuMar 8, 2004Sporting CP
    FWOsman BukariDec 13, 1998Red Star Belgrade
    FWInaki WilliamsJun 15, 1994Athletic Club
    FWAntoine SemenyoJan 7, 2000Bristol City
    FWJordan AyewSep 11, 1991Crystal Palace
    FWKamaldeen SulemanaFeb 15, 2002Rennes

  • Uruguay

    Diego Alonso has announced his 26-man squad for the World Cup and the likes of Diego Godin, Rodrigo Bentancur, Federico Valverde and Luis Suarez have all made the cut, along with Liverpool star Darwin Nunez.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKFernando MusleraJune 16, 1986Galatasaray
    GKSergio RochetMarch 23, 1993Nacional
    GKSebastian SosaAugust 19, 1986Independiente
    DFRonald AraujoMarch 7, 1999Barcelona
    DFMartin CaceresApril 7, 1987La Galaxy
    DFSebastian CoatesOctober 7, 1990Sporting CP
    DFJose Maria GimenezJanuary 20, 1995Atletico Madrid
    DFDiego GodinFebruary 16, 1986Velez Sarsfield
    DFMathias OliveraOctober 31, 1997Napoli
    DFJose Luis RodriguezMarch 14, 1997Nacional
    DFMatias VinaNovember 9, 1997Roma
    DFGuillermo VarelaMarch 24, 1993Flamengo
    MFMatias VecinoAugust 24, 1991Lazio
    MFRodrigo BentancurJune 25, 1997Tottenham Hotspur
    MFFederico ValverdeJuly 22, 1998Real Madrid
    MFGiorgian de ArrascaetaJune 1, 1994Flamengo
    MFLucas TorreiraFebruary 11, 1996Galatasaray
    MFNicolas de la CruzJune 1, 1997River Plate
    MF Manuel UgarteApril 11, 2001Sporting CP
    FWLuis SuarezJanuary 24, 1987Nacional
    FWEdinson CavaniFebruary 14, 1987Valencia
    FWMaxi GomezAugust 14, 1996Trabzonspor
    FWDarwin NunezJune 24, 1999Liverpool
    FWFacundo PellistriDecember 20, 2001Manchester United
    FWAgustin CanobbioOctober 1, 1998Athletico Paranaense

  • South Korea

    The South Korea World Cup squad has been announced and it includes Tottenham star Son Heung-min despite him being an injury concern. Napoli's Kim Min-jae also makes the 26-man squad, who kick off their campaign against Uruguay on November 24.

    PositionPlayerDate of BirthClub
    GKKim Seung-gyuSeptember 30, 1990Al Shabab
    GKJo Hyeon-woonSeptember 25, 1991Ulsan Hyundai
    GKSong Bum-keunOctober 15, 1997Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
    DFKim Min-jaeNovember 15, 1996Napoli
    DFKim Jin-suJune 13, 1992Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
    DFHong ChulSeptember 17, 1990Daegu FC
    DFKim Moon-hwanAugust 1, 1995Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
    DFYoon Jong-gyuMarch 20, 1998FC Seoul
    DFKim Young-gwonFebruary 27, 1990Ulsan Hyundai
    DFKim Tae-hwanJuly 24, 1989Ulsan Hyundai
    DFKwon Kyung-wonJanuary 31, 1992Gamba Osaka
    DFCho Yu-minNovember 17, 1996Daejon Citizen
    MFJung Woo-young

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    MFNa Sang-hoAugust 12, 1996FC Seoul
    MFPaik Seung-hoMarch 17, 1997Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
    MFSon Jun-hoMay 12, 1992Shandong Taishan
    MFSong Min-kyuSeptember 12, 1999Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
    MFKwon Chang-hoonJune 30, 1994Gimcheon Sangmu
    MFLee Jae-sungAugust 10, 1992Mainz
    MFHwang In-beomSeptember 20, 1996Olympiacos
    MFLee Kang-inFebruary 19, 2001Mallorca
    FWSon Heung-minJuly 8, 1992Tottenham Hotspur
    FWHwang Hee-chanJanuary 26, 1996Wolverhampton Wanderers
    FWJeong Woo-yeongSeptember 20, 1999Freiburg
    FWHwang Ui-joAugust 28, 1992Olympiacos
    FWCho Gue-sungJanuary 25, 1998Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors