International Bundesliga: International players from 47 nations

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17 Bundesliga players stand in the squad of Joachim LOw for the internationals against Belarus and Northern Ireland. Surprisingly, Germany is not the team with the most players from the Bundesliga and 2nd Bundesliga, because that comes from Austria. National coach Franco Foda has appointed 18 players from the neighboring country. A total of 117 foreign professionals from 47 nations are traveling with their senior national teams. In the overview, we reveal to you, for whom the stars of the Bundesliga are still in use.

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Austria (18)

Martin Hinteregger (Eintracht Frankfurt), Christopher Trimmel (Union Berlin), Michael Gregoritsch (FC Augsburg), Philipp Lienhart (SC Freiburg), Stefan Posch, Florian Grillitsch (both TSG Hoffenheim), Louis Schaub (1st FC Cologne), Stefan Ilsanker , Konrad Laimer, Marcel Sabitzer (all RB Leipzig), Aleksandar Dragovic, Julian Baumgartlinger (both Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Karim Onisiwo (1st FSV Mainz 05), Stefan Lainer (Borussia Moenchengladbach), David Alaba (Bayern Munich), Pavao Pervan (VfL Wolfsburg), Lukas Hinterseer (Hamburger SV)

Switzerland (12)

Djibril Sow (Eintracht Frankfurt), Manuel Akanji (Borussia Dortmund), Michael Lang (Werder Bremen), Stephan Lichtsteiner, Ruben Vargas (both FC Augsburg), Yvon Mvogo (RB Leipzig), Edimilson Fernandes (1st FSV Mainz 05), Yann Summer, Nico Elvedi, Denis Zakaria (all Borussia MOnchengladbach), Kevin Mbabu, Renato Steffen (both VfL Wolfsburg)

Denmark (4)

Frederik ROnnow (Eintracht Frankfurt), Thomas Delaney (Borussia Dortmund), Robert Skov (TSG Hoffenheim), Yussuf Poulsen (RB Leipzig)

Kosovo (4)

Milot Rashica (SV Werder Bremen), Florent Muslija (Hannover 96), Leart Paqarada, Besar Halimi (both SV Sandhausen)

USA (4)

Alfredo Morales (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Josh Sargent (Werder Bremen), John-Anthony Brooks (VfL Wolfsburg), Weston McKennie (FC Schalke 04)

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Belgium (3)

Thorgan Hazard, Axel Witsel (both Borussia Dortmund), Dedryck Boyata (Hertha BSC)

France (3)

Corentin Tolisso, Kingsley Coman, Benjamin Pavard (all Bayern Munich)

Japan (3)

Daichi Kamada (Eintracht Frankfurt), Genki Haraguchi (Hannover 96), Wataru Endo (VfB Stuttgart)

Luxembourg (3)

Leandro Barreiro (1st FSV Mainz 05), Laurent Jans (SC Paderborn), Dirk Carlson (Karlsruher SC)

Norway (3)

Rune Jarstein (Hertha BSC), Havard Nordtveit (TSG Hoffenheim), Mats Moller Daehli (FC St. Pauli)

Poland (3)

Dawid Kownacki (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Lukasz Piszczek (Borussia Dortmund), Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich)

Portugal (3)

Goncalo Paciencia, Andre Silva (both Eintracht Frankfurt), Raphael Guerreiro (Borussia Dortmund)

Sweden (3)

Sebastian Andersson (Union Berlin), Emil Forsberg (RB Leipzig), Robin Quaison (1st FSV Mainz 05)

Czech Republic (3)

Jiri Pavlenka (SV Werder Bremen), Vladimir Darida (Hertha BSC), Pavel Kaderabek (Hertha BSC)

Wales (3)

Ethan Ampadu (RB Leipzig), Rabbi Matondo (FC Schalke 04), James Lawrence (FC St. Pauli)

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Argentina (2)

Lucas Alario (Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Nicolas Gonzalez (VfB Stuttgart)

Chile

Charles Aranguiz (Bayer 04 Leverkusen), Miiko Albornoz (Hannover 96)

Finland (2)

Frederik Jensen (FC Augsburg), Lukas Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen)

Greece (2)

Konstantinos Stafylidis (TSG Hoffenheim), Sebastian Vasiliadis (SC Paderborn)

Icountry (2)

Alfred Finnbogason (FC Augsburg), Victor Palsson (Darmstadt 98)

Croatia (2)

Tin Jedvaj (FC Augsburg), Ivan Perisic (Bayern Munich)

Serbia (2)

Mijat Gacinovic, Filip Kostic (both Eintracht Frankfurt)

Slovakia (2)

Peter Pekarik, Ondrej Duda (both Hertha BSC)

Spain (2)

Paco Alcacer (Borussia Dortmund), Thiago (Bayern Munich)

South Korea (2)

Changhoon Kwon (SC Freiburg), Jae-Sung Lee (Holstein Kiel)

Turkey (2)

Kaan Ayhan (Fortuna Dusseldorf), Ozan Kabak (FC Schalke 04)

Tunisia (2)

Ellyes Skhiri (1st FC Cologne), Mohamed Drager (SC Paderborn 07)

Hungary (2)

Peter Gulacsi (RB Leipzig), Adam Szalai (1st FSV Mainz 05)

Albania

Klaus Gjasula (SC Paderborn 07)

Algeria

Ramy Bensebaini (Borussia MOnchengladbach)

Azerbaijan

Dimitrij Nazarov (FC Erzgebirge Aue)

Australia

Brandon Borello (SC Freiburg)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ermin Bicakcic (TSG Hoffenheim)

Brazil

Philippe Coutinho (Bayern Munich)

DR Congo

Marcel Tisserand (VfL Wolfsburg)

England

Jadon Sancho (Borussia Dortmund)

Faroe Islands

Joan Simun Edmonsson (DSC Arminia Bielefeld)

Ghana

Kasim Adams (Fortuna Dusseldorf)

Guinea

Simon Falette (Eintracht Frankfurt)

Cameroon

Pierre Customer Malong (1st FSV Mainz 05)

Canada

Alphonso Davies (Bayern Munich)

Congo

Silvere Ganvoula (VfL Bochum)

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Amadou Haidara (RB Leipzig)

Morocco

Achraf Hakimi (Borussia Dortmund)

Netherlands

Wout Weghorst (VfL Wolfsburg)

Nigeria

Jamilu Collins (SC Paderborn)

Philippines

John-Patrick Strauss (Ore Mountains Aue)



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