Club with Most Players in Qatar World Cup 2022?
Club with Most Players in Qatar World Cup 2022,
The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar is scheduled to take place between 21 November and 18 December 2022 in Qatar. A total of 48 teams, including those who are co-hosts, will contest for the 23rd edition of the tournament.
The host nation automatically qualified for the tournament, but will not be allowed to play in the 2022 World Cup. So far, there are 7 from 8 clubs with confirmed players that will play in this world cup.
Each of the 32 teams in the tournament have named final squads of 26 players, from clubs around the world. Club with Most Players in Qatar World Cup 2022? But which club will see most of its stars in Qatar
Is it the Spanish giant Barcelona, or maybe the German champions Bayern Munich? Where do Premier League giants Manchester City fit in? And are there any surprises on the list?
Find out the 7 best clubs represented in the 2022 FIFA World Cup: Do Barcelona, Bayern Munich or Manchester City have the most players in the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup?
1. Bayern Munich – 17
Cameroon: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting; Canada: Alphonso Davies; Croatia: Josip Stanisic; France: Kingsley Coman, Lucas Hernández, Benjamin Pavard, Dayot Upamecano; Germany: Serge Gnabry, Leon Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, Jamal Musiala, Manuel Neuer, Leroy Sané; Morocco: Noussair Mazraoui; Netherlands: Matthijs de Ligt; Senegal: Sadio Mané
2. Manchester City – 16
Argentina: Julián Álvarez; Belgium: Kevin de Bruyne; Brazil: Ederson; England: Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Kalvin Phillips, John Stones, Kyle Walker; Germany: Ilkay Güngodan; Netherlands: Nathan Aké; Portugal: Bernardo Silva, João Cancelo, Ruben Dias; Spain: Aymeric Laporte, Rodri; Switzerland: Manuel Akanji
2. Barcelona – 16
Brazil: Raphinha; Denmark: Andreas Christensen; France: Jules Koundé, Ousmane Dembélé; Germany: Marc-André ter Stegen; Netherlands: Frenkie de Jong, Memphis Depay; Poland: Robert Lewandowski; Spain: Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, Ansu Fati, Eric García, Gavi, Pedri, Ferran Torres; Uruguay: Ronald Araújo
4. Al Sadd – 15
Ghana: André Ayew; South Korea: Jung Woo-young; Qatar: Akram Afif, Ali Assadalla, Meshaal Barsham, Salem al-Hajri, Abdelkarim Hassan, Hassan al-Haydos, Boualem Khoukhi, Mosaab Khidir, Mostafa Meshaal, Pedro Miguel, Tarek Salman, Saad Al-Sheeb, Mohammed Waad
5. Manchester United – 14
Argentina: Lisandro Martínez; Brazil: Antony, Casemiro, Fred; Denmark: Christian Eriksen; England: Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw; France: Raphaël Varane; Netherlands: Tyrell Malacia; Portugal: Diogo Dalot, Bruno Fernandes, Cristiano Ronaldo; Uruguay: Facundo Pellistri
6. Real Madrid – 13
Belgium: Thibaut Courtois, Eden Hazard; Brazil: Éder Militão, Rodrygo, Vinícius Júnior; Croatia: Luka Modric; France: Karim Benzema, Eduardo Camavinga, Aurélien Tchouaméni; Germany: Antonio Rüdiger; Spain: Marco Asensio, Dani Carvajal; Uruguay: Fede Valverde
7. Al Hilal – 12
Saudi Arabia: Saud Abdulhamid, Ali al-Bulaihi, Mohammed al-Breik, Salem al-Dawsari, Nasser al-Dawsari, Salman al-Faraj, Mohamed Kanno, Abdulellah al-Malki, Abdullah Otayf, Mohammed al-Owais, Yasser al-Shahrani, Saleh al-Shehri