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Which nations have announced their squad for 2022 FIFA World Cup?

Published at :November 13, 2022 at 12:38 AM
Modified at :November 18, 2022 at 11:39 PM
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The showpiece will kick-off on November 20.

Only eight days remain until the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off, and some national teams have already started releasing their final squads.FIFA has set a deadline of November 14 for all 32 competing nations to reveal their final rosters.

The squad size for the world cup has been increased from 23 to 26, FIFA, the world's football governing body, stated during the 73rd FIFA Congress. Therefore, it is likely that each of the participating nations would name a 26-man squad for the competition.

Out of the 32 participating countries, all 32 have announced their final list, with the remaining six are expected to do so in the upcoming days. The competition is scheduled to begin on November 20 and conclude on December 18, 2022.

Here are all the nations that have announced their squads for the forthcoming FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.

Argentina

Argentina have announced their 26-men squad. La Albiceleste are one of the favourites to win the FIFA World Cup. Interestingly, an EA Sports simulation also predicted that Argentina will lift the trophy. Nico Gonzale and Joaquin Correa have been ruled out of the tournament. Lionel Scaloni has called up Angel Correa and Thiago Almada as their replacements. (Check Full Squad)

Australia

The Socceroos have announced their squad and they wish to survive in the competition till the end. (Check Full Squad)

Brazil

On November 7, Brazil head coach Tite announced his 26-member squad for the forthcoming FIFA World Cup. Dani Alves, 39, was a surprise inclusion. (Check Full Squad)

Belgium

The 26-man World Cup roster for Belgium has been announced by head coach Roberto Martinez. The Golden Generation of Belgians may not get another chance to win the World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

Cameroon

After Senegal, Cameroon were the second African nation to reveal its World Cup roster. Vicent Aboukar, Anguissa of Napoli, Choupo Mouting of Bayern, Andre Onana of Inter, and others made the list. (Check Full Squad)

Canada

Canada announced their squad on Sunday. Alphonso Davies from Bayern Munich played an important part in Canada's qualification by scoring many significant goals. Secondly, he will be inspired to create a major surprise against other favourites. (Check Full Squad)

Costa Rica

Costa Rica head coach Luis Fernando Suarez announced his final 26-man squad on November 3. The star names in the squad are included Bryan Ruiz, Kaylor Navas, and Joel Campbel. (Check Full Squad)

Croatia

Luka Modric's side have also announced their squad. Led by the evergreen Luka Modric, the Vatreni will want to go one step ahead and lift the trophy this time. (Check Full Squad)

Denmark

Denmark are considered one of the underdog teams in this competition. They have announced only 21 players so far. (Check Full Squad)

Ecuador

Ecuador were the final nation to declare their team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

England

England boss Gareth Southgate has announced his final squad and is ready with his 26 men to win the World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

France

France head coach Didier Deschamps released his final list in a press conference on November 9 (Wednesday). Ferland Mendy of Real Madrid is a surprising absence. (Check Full Squad)

Germany

The 2014 World Cup champions are ready with their squad to repeat history again with a strong side. (Check Full Squad)

Ghana

Ghana could end up being the underdogs of the 2022 FIFA World Cup as they head into the tournament with a very young and solid roster. (Check Full Squad)

Iran

Despite regime critics, Iran has confirmed their 26-man team for the 2022 World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

Japan

Japan was the first country to reveal its tournament roster in full. Thursday, November 1, 2022, saw the team of the Blue Samarai released. The squad's key players are Takumi Minamino, Tahiro Tomiyaso, Kawashima, Kaoru Mitoma, and Maya Yoshida. (Check Full Squad)

Mexico

Mexico are under the leadership of new coach Tata Martino as they head to their eighth World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

Morocco

They were the third African country to announce their squad for the world cup. Morocco announced their final squad on November 10. (Check Full Squad)

Netherlands

The Dutch side have also announced their squad and it will be Virgil Van Dijk's first-ever major international tournament. (Check Full Squad)

Portugal

2016 European champions have also announced their squad and this could be Cristiano Ronaldo's one last chance to lift the World Cup and complete his trophy cabinet. (Check Full Squad)

Poland

Robert Lewandowski's side are also ready with a 26-men squad to fight for their dreams. (Check Full Squad)

Qatar

The hosts have also announced their squad for the FIFA world cup 2022. It will be easy for them to play in such temperatures as they are natives and can cause serious problems to other countries. (Check Full Squad)

Saudi Arabia

Coach Herve Renard has announced his final 26-member squad for the FIFA World Cup. In familiar conditions, Saudi Arabia will want to spring a surprise. (Check Full Squad)

Senegal

Thye are the first African team to reveal their roster. For the competition, head coach Aliou Cisse has selected a star-studded team. Unfortunately, Sadio Mane has been ruled out of the FIFA World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

Serbia

Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic named his final squad on November 11. Some of the world's top talents are in the list. (Check Full Squad)

South Korea

Tottenham Hotspur star Heung-Min Son has been named in South Korea's official squad for the World Cup. (Check Full Squad)

Spain

Spain announced their squad on November 11 leaving out some seriously experienced players and talents. Luis Enrique has announced a young squad as he feels they are the right deal for this competition. (Check Full Squad)

Switzerland

Switzerland have also announced their squad for the competition and will start their journey against Cameroon on 24th November. (Check Full Squad)

Tunisia

Tunisia look ready to make the best of this competition. (Check Full Squad)

United States

To compete in the World Cup in Qatar, the USA has named a young, skilled team. Chelsea player Christian Pulisic will be the American captain. (Check Full Squad)

Uruguay

Uruguay has also announced their squad for the competition. They are Ghana's favourite opponents and can be serious underdogs in this year's competition. (Check Full Squad)

Wales

Gareth Bale's side are fully set to compete in this competition for the first time in 64 years. (Check Full Squad)

All nations have announced their teams for the 2022 World Cup

**This article was last updated at 6:10 pm IST on November 18, 2022.

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