With all 32 teams having their rosters confirmed for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, there will be 36 MLS players across 21 clubs that will be participating in the sport's biggest tournament.
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CF Montreal stands as the MLS team with the most players going to the World Cup with six of them representing Canada.
The list goes as followed…
– Karol Swiderski (F, Poland)
-Xherdan Shaqiri (M, Switzerland)
-Ronald Matarrita (D, Costa Rica)
– Daniel Chacon (D, Costa Rica)
– Milos Degenek (D, Australia)
-Jesus Ferreira (F, USA)
-Hector Herrera (M, Mexico)
– Kellyn Acosta (M, USA)– Gareth Bale (F, Wales)– Jose Cifuentes (M, Ecuador)– Sebastian Méndez (M, Ecuador)– Diego Palacios (D, Ecuador)
-Martin Cáceres (D, Uruguay)
– DeAndre Yedlin (D, USA)
-Dayne St. Clair (GK, Canada)
– Alistair Johnston (D, Canada)– Ismaël Koné (M, Canada)– Kamal Miller (D, Canada)– James Pantemis (GK, Canada)– Samuel Piette (M, Canada– Joel Waterman (D, Canada)
-Shaq Moore (D, USA)-Walker Zimmerman (D, USA)
-Sean Johnson (GK, USA)
-Aaron Long (D, USA)
-Facundo Torres (F, Uruguay)
-Olivier Mbaizo (D, Cameroon)
-Bryan Oviedo (D, Costa Rica)
-Xavier Arreaga (D, Ecuador)-Jordan Morris (F, USA)
-Mark-Anthony Kaye (M, Canada)-Richie Laryea (D, Canada)-Jonathan Osorio (M, Canada)
-Lucas Cavallini (F, Canada)
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