With the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ just ten days away, the full squads of all 32 teams can finally be confirmed as anticipation for kick off cranks up another notch.
All the initial provisional squads have been trimmed down, injuries weighed up and fitness assessed as the teams go through their final preparations ahead of the big kick-off in Moscow. From Argentina to USA, the camps are now finalised and all those who have made it in to their team’s final 23 can focus on performing well and trying to get on to the pitch during the global finals.
The announcement of the 23-man lists confirms the sporting dreams of 736 players, who will all head to the 21st edition of the finals, which are set to kick-off when hosts Russia face Saudi Arabia in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium on Thursday 14 June.
From Argentina No 1 Nahuel Guzman, through to Martin Silva, Uruguay’s No 23, you can take in each and every player set to touch down on Russian soil, and the numbers they will be wearing when they take to the field.
Nine of Germany’s squad are returning champions, having lifted the title in Brazil 2014, meanwhile 16 of the host side will be enjoying their first experience of going to a global finals.
The full list of squads can be viewed here.