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Every Barcelona player going to the 2022 World Cup

Euan Burns
Star striker Robert Lewandowski will be in action for Poland
Star striker Robert Lewandowski will be in action for Poland / Visionhaus/GettyImages
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There is going to be plenty of representation for Barcelona at the 2022 Qatar World Cup this winter as, despite their recent troubles, they have got plenty of quality individuals on the books.

Barcelona will be one of the best-represented European clubs with 17 current players heading to the Middle East. The figure threatened to be much lower after a recent spate of injuries but many players have recovered in time for the tournament.

Listed in group order, this is every Barcelona player going to the World Cup and when they will be in action during the group stage.

1. Memphis Depay (Netherlands)

Senegal v Netherlands, 21 November (16:00 GMT)
Netherlands v Ecuador, 25 November (16:00 GMT)
Netherlands v Qatar, 29 November (16:00 GMT)

2. Frenkie de Jong (Netherlands)

Frenkie De Jong, Robert Lewandowski
Frenkie de Jong recently faced Robert Lewandowski / BSR Agency/GettyImages


Senegal v Netherlands, 21 November (16:00 GMT)
Netherlands v Ecuador, 25 November (16:00 GMT)
Netherlands v Qatar, 29 November (16:00 GMT)

3. Robert Lewandowski (Poland)

Mexico v Poland, 22 November (16:00 GMT)
Poland v Saudi Arabia, 26 November (13:00 GMT)
Poland v Argentina, 30 November (19:00 GMT)

4. Ousmane Dembele (France)

France v Australia, 22 November (19:00 GMT)
France v Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Tunisia v France, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

5. Jules Kounde (France)


France v Australia, 22 November (19:00 GMT)
France v Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Tunisia v France, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

6. Andreas Christensen (Denmark)

Denmark v Tunisia, 22 November (13:00 GMT)
France v Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Australia v Denmark, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

7. Eric Garcia (Spain)

Eric Garcia
Eric Garcia could start at the back for Spain / Eric Alonso/GettyImages

Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

8. Jordi Alba (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

9. Sergio Busquets (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

10. Gavi (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

11. Alejandro Balde (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

12. Ansu Fati (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

13. Pedri (Spain)

Pedri
Pedri is already crucial for Spain / Fran Santiago/GettyImages


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

14. Ferran Torres (Spain)


Spain v Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan v Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

15. Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Germany)

Germany v Japan, 23 November (13:00 GMT)
Spain v Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Costa Rica v Germany, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

16. Raphinha (Brazil)

Brazil v Serbia, 24 November (19:00 GMT)
Brazil v Switzerland, 28 November (16:00 GMT)
Cameroon v Brazil, 2 December (19:00 GMT)

17. Ronald Araujo (Uruguay)

Uruguay v South Korea, 24 November (13:00 GMT)
Portugal v Uruguay, 28 November (19:00 GMT)
Ghana v Uruguay, 02 December (15:00 GMT)

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