Cologne - No fewer than 121 Bundesliga stars are due to represent their countries in the coming days, with Borussia Dortmund (12), FC Bayern München (12), Borussia Mönchengladbach (11), Hertha Berlin (11), VfL Wolfsburg (10) and Bayer 04 Leverkusen (10) all having ten or more players turning out for their countries this week.

bundesliga.com presents an overview of the players flying the Bundesliga flag across the globe...

Borussia Dortmund  

Germany: Matthias Ginter, Mats Hummels, Ilkay Gündogan

Germany U21s: Julian Weigl

Germany U20s: Pascal Stenzel

Japan: Shinji Kagawa

Greece: Sokratis Papastathopoulos

Switzerland: Roman Bürki

Armenia: Henrikh Mkhitaryan

Colombia: Adrian Ramos

FC Bayern München  

Germany: Manuel Neuer, Jerome Boateng, Mario Götze, Thomas Müller

Germany U21s: Joshua Kimmich

Poland: Robert Lewandowski

Austria: David Alaba

Netherlands: Arjen Robben

Spain: Juan Bernat

Brazil: Douglas Costa

Chile: Arturo Vidal

France U21s: Kingsley Coman

VfL Wolfsburg  

Germany: Andre Schürrle, Max Kruse

Germany U21s: Maximilian Arnold

Switzerland: Timm Klose, Ricardo Rodriguez

Switzerland U21s: Francisco Rodriguez

Denmark: Nicklas Bendtner

Portugal: Vieirinha

Peru: Carlos Ascues

Brazil: Luiz Gustavo

1. FC Köln  

Germany: Jonas Hector

Germany U21s: Yannick Gerhardt

Poland: Pawel Olkowski

Slovakia:Dusan Svento

1. FSV Mainz 05  

Austria: Julian Baumgartlinger

Sweden: Pierre Bengtsson

Bulgaria: Todor Nedelev

Japan: Yoshinori Muto

South Korea: Ja-Cheol Koo

Nigeria: Leon Balogun

Chile: Gonzalo Jara

Bayer 04 Leverkusen  

Germany: Karim Bellarabi, Christoph Kramer

Germany U21s: Julian Brandt, Jonathan Tah

Mexiko: Javier Hernandez

Switzerland: Admir Mehmedi

Slovenia: Kevin Kampl

Turkey: Hakan Calhanoglu

Greece: Kyriakos Papadopoulos

Brazil U21s: Wendell

Ukraine U21s: Vladlen Yurchenko

FC Ingolstadt 04  

Austria: Markus Suttner, Lukas Hinterseer, Ramazan Özcan

Norway: Örjan Nyland

Australia: Mathew Leckie

USA: Alfredo Morales

Eintracht Frankfurt  

Peru: Carlos Zambrano

Finland: Lukas Hradecky

Austria: Heinz Lindner

Switzerland: Haris Seferovic

Japan: Makoto Hasebe

FC Schalke 04  

Germany: Leon Goretzka, Max Meyer, Leroy Sane

Netherlands: Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Sead Kolasinac

Denmark: Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg

Cameroon: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, Joel Matip

Türkey U21s: Kaan Ayhan

Hertha Berlin  

Germany U21s: Niklas Stark

Switzerland: Fabian Lustenberger, Valentin Stocker

Cote d'Ivoire: Salomon Kalou

Czech Republic: Vladimir Darida

Norway: Per Skjelbred, Rune Jarstein

Slovakia: Peter Pekarik

USA: John Anthony Brooks

Japan: Genki Haraguchi

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Vedad Ibisevic

SV Werder Bremen  

Germany U21s: Levin Öztunali

Austria: Zlatko Junuzovic

Czech Republic: Theodor Gebre Selassie

Nigeria: Anthony Ujah

USA: Aron Johannsson

Austria U21s: Florian Grillitsch

SV Darmstadt 98  

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Mario Vrancic

Austria: György Garics

Costa Rica: Junior Diaz

Hamburger SV  

Germany U21s: Gideon Jung

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Emir Spahic

Hungary: Zoltan Stieber

Sweden: Albin Ekdal

Croatia: Ivica Olic

Japan: Gotoku Sakai

Chile: Marcelo Diaz

Austria U21s: Michael Gregoritsch

TSG 1899 Hoffenheim  

Germany: Kevin Volland, Sebastian Rudy

Germany U21s: Niklas Süle, Jeremy Toljan

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Ermin Bicakcic

South Korea: Jin-Su Kim

Czech Republic: Pavel Kaderabek

Hungary: Adam Szalai

Switzerland: Fabian Schär

FC Augsburg  

Estonia: Ragnar Klavan

South Korea: Jeong-Ho Hong

Switzerland: Marwin Hitz

Hannover 96  

Germany: Ron-Robert Zieler

Japan: Hiroki Sakai

Chile: Miiko Albornoz

Turkey: Mevlüt Erdinc

Turkey U21s: Kenan Karaman

VfB Stuttgart  

Germany U21s: Timo Werner

Cote d'Ivoire: Serey Die

Austria: Martin Harnik, Florian Klein

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Toni Sunjic

Romania: Alexandru Maxim

Serbia: Filip Kostic

Poland: Przemyslaw Tyton

Ecuador: Carlos Gruezo

Borussia Mönchengladbach  

Germany U20s: Marvin Schulz, Mahmoud Dahoud, Gianluca Rizzo

Norway: Havard Nordtveit

Sweden: Oscar Wendt

Switzerland: Granit Xhaka, Yann Sommer, Josip Drmic

Denmark U21s: Andreas Christensen

Switzerland U21s: Nico Elvedi

Switzerland U19s: Djibril Sow