EFL players heading to Qatar.

Thirty players across the 72' are heading out to Qatar to represent their countries on the world stage, and we've compiled a handy list nation-by-nation of all thirty names.

Wales are the most represented country, with twelve members of their squad currently applying their trade in the EFL.

Hailing from 19 different clubs, a total of 26 players from the Championship will head to Qatar, while there will also be two from League One and two more from League Two.


Riley McGree (Middlesbrough) Harry Souttar (Stoke) Bailey Wright (Sunderland)

Harry Souttar
Australia's and Stoke City's Harry Souttar


Olivier Ntcham (Swansea)

Olivier Ntcham
Cameroon's and Swansea City's Olivier Ntcham


Junior Hoilett (Reading)

Junior Hoilett
Canada's and Reading's Junior Hoilett

Costa Rica

Jewison Bennette (Sunderland)

Jewison Bennette
Costa Rica's and Sunderland's Jewison Bennette


Baba Rahman (Reading) Antoine Semenyo (Bristol City)

Antoine Semenyo
Ghana's and Bristol City's Antoine Semenyo


Ilias Chair (QPR) Anass Zaroury (Burnley)

Anass Zaroury
Morocco's and Burnley's Anass Zaroury


Krystian Bielik (Birmingham)

Krystian Bielik
Poland's and Birmingham City's Krystian Bielik


Seny Dieng (QPR) Mamadou Loum (Reading) Iliman Ndiaye (Sheffield United) Ismaila Sarr (Watford)

Iliman Ndiaye
Senegal's and Sheffield United's Iliman Ndiaye


Hannibal Mejbri (Birmingham)

Hannibal Mejbri
Tunisia's and Birmingham City's Hannibal Mejbri


Ethan Horvath (Luton) Josh Sargent (Norwich)

Ethan Horvath
USA's and Luton Town's Ethan Horvath


Adam Davies (Sheff Utd) Ben Cabango (Swansea) Tom Lockyer (Luton) Chris Gunter (AFC Wimbledon) Connor Roberts (Burnley) Sorba Thomas (Huddersfield) Joe Allen (Swansea) Matthew Smith (MK Dons) Joe Morrell (Portsmouth) Jonny Williams (Swindon) Rubin Colwill (Cardiff) Mark Harris (Cardiff)

Sorba Thomas
Wales' and Huddersfield Town's Sorba Thomas

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