Bundesliga gamers who will probably be in Qatar

The 2022 World Cup begins this sundayand plenty of gamers from Bundesliga will probably be there. In all, 74 representatives of the championshipGermany will play in Qatar: right here is the club-by-club record of gamers from Bundesliga who will take part on this planet.

NB: The age and place of the participant, the nation he represents and his variety of picks are indicated in parentheses.

FC Augsburg

Robert Gumny (24 years previous, Left defender – Poland, 4 caps)

Ruben Vargas (24 years previous, Left winger – Switzerland, 26 caps)

Bayer Leverkusen

Jeremy Frimpong (21 years previous, Proper defender – Netherlands, 0 caps)

Exequiel Palacios (24 years previous, Midfielder – Argentina, 20 caps)

Bayern Munich

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (33 years previous, Ahead – Cameroon, 68 caps)

Kingsley Coman (26 years previous, Proper winger – France, 40 caps)

Alphonso Davies (22 years previous, Defender/Winger left – Canada, 34 caps)

Matthijs de Ligt (23 years previous, Proper defender – Netherlands, 38 caps)

Serge Gnabry (27 years previous, Proper winger – Germany, 36 caps)

Leon Goretzka (27 years previous, Midfielder – Germany, 44 caps)

Lucas Hernhasndez (26 years previous, Central defender – France, 32 caps)

Joshua Kimmich (27 years previous, Midfielder – Germany, 70 caps)

Sadio Mané (30 years previous, Ahead – Senegal, 92 caps)

Noussair Mazraoui (24 years previous, Proper defender – Morocco, 14 caps)

Thomas Muller (33 years previous, Ahead – Germany, 118 caps)

Jamal Musiala (19 years previous, Attacking midfielder – Germany, 17 caps)

Neuer handbook (36 years previous, Goalkeeper – Germany, 113 caps)

Benjamin Pavard (26 years previous, Central/proper defender – France, 46 caps)

Leroy Sané (26 years previous, Left winger – Germany, 47 caps)

Dayot Upamecano (24 years previous, Central defender – France, 7 picks)

Vfl Bochum

Takuma Asano (28 years previous, Proper winger – Japan, 36 caps)

Borussia Dortmund

Karim Adeyemi (20 years previous, Proper winger – Germany, 4 caps)

Jude Bellingham (19 years previous, Midfielder – England, 17 caps)

Julian Brandt (26 years previous, Attacking midfielder – Germany, 38 caps)

Raphael Guerreiro (28 years previous, Portugal left defender, 56 caps)

Thorgan Hazard (29 years previous, Left winger – Belgium, 45 caps)

Gregor Kobel (24 years previous, Goalkeeper – Switzerland, 3 caps)

Thomas Miller (31 years previous, Proper Defender – Belgium, 58 caps)

Youssoufa Moukoko (17 years previous, Ahead – Germany, 0 caps)

Giovanni Reyna (20 years previous, Attacking midfielder – USA, 14 caps)

Nico Schlotterbeck (22 years previous, Central defender – Germany, 5 caps)

Josip StanišIvs (22 years previous, Proper defender – Croatia, 6 caps)

Niklas Süle (27 years previous, Central Defender – Germany, 42 caps)

Borussia M’Gladbach

Nico Elvedi (26 years previous, Central Defender – Switzerland, 40 caps)

Jonas Hofmann (30 years previous, Proper winger – Germany, 16 caps)

Ko Itakura (25 years previous, Central defender – Japan, 12 caps)

Joe Scally (19 years previous, Proper defender – USA, 3 caps)

Yann Sommer (33 years previous, Goalkeeper – Switzerland, 76 caps)

Eintracht Frankfurt

Mario Gotze (30 years previous, attacking midfielder – Germany, 63 caps)

Kristijan Jakivs (25 years previous, Midfielder – Croatia, 4 picks)

Daichi Kamada (26 years previous, Attacking midfielder – Japan, 21 caps)

Djibril Sow (25 years previous, Ahead – Switzerland, 32 caps)

Kevin Trapp (32 years previous, Goalkeeper – Germany, 6 caps)

Köln FC

SC Freiburg

Ritsu Doan (23 years previous, Proper winger – Japan, 28 caps)

Matthias Ginter (28 years previous, Central defender – Germany, 46 caps)

Christian Gunter (29 years previous, Left defender – Germany, 6 caps)

Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (26 years previous, Attacking midfielder – Ghana, 14 caps)

Jeong Woo-yeong (23 years previous, Attacking midfielder – South Korea, 5 caps)

Herta Berlin SC

TSG Hoffenheim

Andrej Kramarivs (31 years previous, Ahead – Croatia, 73 caps)

FSV Mainz 05

Edimilson Fernandes (26 years previous, Midfielder – Switzerland, 22 caps)

Lee Jae-sung (30 years previous, Midfielder – South Korea, 22 caps)

Silvan Widmer (29 years previous, Proper defender – Switzerland, 33 picks)

RB Leipzig

Abdou Diallo (26 years previous, Central defender – Senegal, 18 caps)

Josko Gvardiol (20 years previous, Central defender – Croatia, 12 caps)

Lukas Klostermann (26 years previous, Central defender – Germany, 18 caps)

Christopher Nkunku (24 years previous, Ahead – France, 8 caps)

Dani Olmo (24 years previous, Attacking midfielder – Spain, 24 caps)

David Raum (24 years previous, Left defender – Germany, 11 caps)

Andre Silva (27 years previous, Ahead – Portugal, 51 caps)

Schalke 04

Maya Yoshida (34 years previous, Central defender – Japan, 121 caps)

Union Berlin

VfB Stuttgart

Wataru Endo (29 years previous, Midfielder – Japan, 43 caps)

Hiroki Ito (23 years previous, Central defender – Japan, 5 caps)

Borna Sosa (24 years previous, Left defender – Croatia, 8 caps)

Werder Bremen

Niclas Füllkrug (29 years previous, Ahead – Germany, 0 caps)

Milos Veljkovic (27 years previous, Central defender – Serbia, 21 caps)

VfL Wolfsburg

Koen Castels (30 years previous, Goalkeeper – Belgium, 4 caps)

Jakub Kaminski (20 years previous, Left winger – Poland, 3 caps)


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