Now that all 32 places at the 2018 FIFA World Cup have been claimed, a host of Bundesliga stars can look forward to representing their respective countries in Russia next summer.

Find out which players from Germany's top flight will be most confident of featuring in the latest edition of football's showpiece event right here...

Players by club

Bayern Munich: Jerome Boateng, Mats Hummels, Joshua Kimmich, Thomas Müller, Manuel Neuer, Niklas Süle, Sebastian Rudy (all Germany), Juan Bernat, Javi Martinez, Thiago Alcantara (all Spain), Kingsley Coman, Corentin Tolisso (both France), Robert Lewandowski (Poland), Rafinha (Brazil), James Rodriguez (Colombia)

RB Leipzig: Bruma (Portugal), Emil Forsberg (Sweden), Marcel Halstenberg, Timo Werner (both Germany), Yvon Mvogo (Switzerland), Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark)

Borussia Dortmund: Marc Bartra (Spain), Roman Bürki (Switzerland), Mario Götze, Marco Reus, Julian Weigl (all Germany), Raphael Guerreiro (Portugal), Joo-Ho Park (South Korea), Lukasz Piszczek (Poland)

Schalke: Breel Embolo (Switzerland), Amine Harit (Morocco), Matija Nastasic (Serbia)

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Hoffenheim: Andrej Kramaric (Croatia), Sandro Wagner (Germany), Steven Zuber (Switzerland)

Hannover: Salif Sane (Senegal)

Eintracht Frankfurt: Marco Fabian, Carlos Salcedo (both Mexico), Gelson Fernandes (Switzerland), Mijat Gacinovic (Serbia), Makoto Hasebe (Japan), Branimir Hrgota (Sweden), Ante Rebic (Croatia)

Borussia Mönchengladbach: Josip Drmic, Nico Elvedi, Yann Sommer, Denis Zakaria (all Switzerland), Matthias Ginter, Lars Stindl (both Germany), Thorgan Hazard (Belgium), Jannik Vestergaard (Denmark)

Bayer Leverkusen: Lucas Alario (Argentina), Julian Brandt, Bernd Leno, Benjamin Henrichs, Kevin Volland (all Germany), Tin Jedvaj (Croatia), Admir Mehmedi (Switzerland)

Augsburg: Alfred Finnbogason (Iceland), Marwin Hitz (Switzerland), Dong-Won Ji, Ja-Cheol Koo (both South Korea), Takashi Usami (Augsburg)

Hertha Berlin: Genki Haraguchi (Japan), Mathew Leckie (Australia), Marvin Plattenhardt (Germany), Valentin Stocker (Switzerland)

Stuttgart: Takuma Asano (Japan), Emiliano Insua (Argentina), Marcin Kaminski (Poland), Benjamin Pavard (France)

Mainz: Leon Balogun (Nigeria), Viktor Fischer (Denmark), Fabian Frei (Switzerland), Yoshinori Muro (Japan)

Wolfsburg: Jakub Blaszczykowski (Poland), Koen Casteels, Divock Origi (both Belgium), Mario Gomez (Germany), Victor Osimhen (Nigeria)

Hamburg: Albin Ekdal (Sweden), Filip Kostic (Serbia), Gotoku Sakai (Japan)

Freiburg: Aleksandar Ignjovski (Serbia), Bartosz Kapustka (Poland)

Werder Bremen: Ludwig Augustinsson (Sweden), Thomas Delaney (Denmark), Milos Veljkovic (Serbia)

Cologne: Jhon Cordoba (Colombia), Jonas Hector (Germany), Yuya Osako (Japan), Claudio Pizarro (Peru), Konstantin Rausch (Russia), Frederik Sörensen (Denmark)

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