Nine days remain until the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off, and some national teams have already started releasing their rosters.
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, 19 have so far disclosed their final list, and more are expected to do so in the upcoming days.
The competition is scheduled to begin on November 20 and conclude on December 18, a Sunday.
During the tournament, all leagues run by member associations of FIFA will take a break.
The six national teams listed below have revealed their final roster.