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Bundesliga players at the 2022 World Cup

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From England's Jude Bellingham, the USA's Gio Reyna, Canada's Alphonso Davies, a host of Germany players including Manuel Neuer and Jamal Musiala, and eight Japan players, there will be 80 representatives of Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 clubs on show once again at the 2022 World Cup across November and December.

bundesliga.com has the full list of Germany-based players who will be representing their nations on the biggest stage…

Bayern Munich

Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting (Cameroon), Kingsley Coman (France), Alphonso Davies (Canada), Matthijs de Ligt (Netherlands), Leon Goretzka (Germany), Serge Gnabry (Germany), Joshua Kimmich (Germany), Noussair Mazraoui (Morocco), Manuel Neuer (Germany), Thomas Müller (Germany), Jamal Musiala (Germany), Benjamin Pavard (France), Leroy Sane (Germany), Josip Stanisic (Croatia), Dayot Upamecano (France)

Watch: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting analysis

Borussia Dortmund

Karim Adeyemi (Germany), Jude Bellingham (England), Julian Brandt (Germany), Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal), Thorgan Hazard (Belgium), Gregor Kobel (Switzerland), Thomas Meunier (Belgium), Youssoufa Moukoko (Germany), Gio Reyna (USA), Nico Schlotterbeck (Germany), Niklas Süle (Germany)

Bayer Leverkusen

Sardar Azmoun (Iran), Jeremie Frimpong (Netherlands), Piero Hincapie (Ecuador), Exequiel Palacios (Argentina)

RB Leipzig

Abdou Diallo (Senegal), Josko Gvardiol (Croatia), Lukas Klostermann (Germany), Dani Olmo (Spain), Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark), David Raum (Germany), Andre Silva (Portugal)

Watch: Gio Reyna - Precocious Highs and Lows

Union Berlin

Frederik Ronnow (Denmark)

Freiburg

Ritsu Doan (Japan), Matthias Ginter (Germany), Christian Günter (Germany), Jeong Woo-yeong (South Korea), Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (Ghana)

Cologne

Ellyes Skhiri (Tunisia)

Mainz

Edimilson Fernandes (Switzerland), Lee Jae-sung (South Korea), Silvan Widmer (Switzerland)

Hoffenheim

Andrej Kramaric (Croatia), Robert Skov (Denmark)

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Nico Elvedi (Switzerland), Ko Itakura (Japan), Jonas Hofmann (Germany), Joe Scally (USA), Yann Sommer (Switzerland), Marcus Thuram (France)

Eintracht Frankfurt

Mario Götze (Germany), Kristijan Jakic (Croatia), Daichi Kamada (Japan), Randal Kolo Muani (France), Jesper Lindstrom (Denmark), Djibril Sow (Switzerland), Kevin Trapp (Germany)

Watch: All of Kamada's goals and assists this season

Wolfsburg

Koen Casteels (Belgium), Jakub Kaminski (Poland), Jonas Wind (Denmark)

Bochum

Takuma Asano (Japan)

Augsburg

Carlos Gruezo (Ecuador), Robert Gumny (Poland), Ruben Vargas (Switzerland)

VfB Stuttgart

Wataru Endo (Japan), Hiroki Ito (Japan), Borna Sosa (Croatia)

Hertha Berlin

Oliver Christensen (Denmark)

Schalke

Maya Yoshida (Japan)

Werder Bremen

Niclas Füllkrug (Germany), Milos Veljkovic (Serbia)

Watch: All 10 Füllkrug goals this season

Fortuna Düsseldorf

Ao Tanaka (Japan)

St. Pauli

Jackson Irvine (Australia)

Hannover

Gael Ondoua (Cameroon)