FIFA confirm final squad world cup 2018 submission deadline date

32 teams Russia 2018 World Cup

FIFA announces the list of team base camps for World Cup 2018 in Russia. Football’s world governing body FIFA Association has approved that countries participating at the 2018 World Cup of the 32 participating national teams. Final squad world cup 2018 selected by the head coach of the team.

Who has the player selected for the World Cup 2018? This has been not choices yet? FIFA has the submission of the initial 35-man squad list which will participate in World Cup 2018 in Russia.

FIFA announcement may 14 is the final date for the provisional list confirm final squad world cup 2018. It this provisional list has 35 players for the final and 23-man squad in teams.

final squad world cup 2018 submission deadline date

14 May 2018 is the final date. The World cup 2018, running from June 14 to July 15. Once the list has been submitted the injury player call-up, additional player. It will be decided by the head coach of the team.

FIFA confirm final squad world cup 2018 submission deadline date

The 2018 World Cup will be held at 12 stadiums located in the 11 aforementioned cities across Russia.

Last week FIFA announced the full list of Team Base Camps for all participating national football teams in Russia.

Final squad world cup 2018

Group A – Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay


  • Key player: Igor Akinfeev (CSKA Moscow) – A talented goalkeeper who captains the team, Akinfeev has tended to make mistakes in big games.
  • Coach: Stanislav Cherchesov


  • Star player: Mohammad Al-Sahlawi (Al-Nassr) – help for qualification the Saudis reach the tournament with 16 goals.
  • Coach: Juan Antonio Pizzi


  • Key player: Mohamed Salah (Liverpool) – one of the best Liverpool scorer and top scorer in this season in EPL.
  • Coach: Hector Cuper


  • Key player: Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain) – Top goalscorer of the South American qualifiers with 10 goals in 18 matches, Cavani and Barcelona’s Luis Suarez.
  • Coach: Oscar Tabarez

Group B – Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran


  • Key player: Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) – At 32, Ronaldo is no longer the goal machine he once was. Best player in the world and most successful goal scorer in the World cup.
  • Coach: Fernando Santos


  • Key player: Andres Iniesta (Barcelona) – Scored the sole goal of the 2010 World Cup final but will be 34 at next year’s tournament.
  • Coach: Julen Lopetegui


  • Key player: Nabil Dirar (Fenerbahce) – The versatile midfielder was a key element of the Monaco side that won the French league title last season.
  • Coach: Herve Renard


  • Key player: Sardar Azmoun (Rubin Kazan) – The 22-year-old forward emerged as a scoring threat at the 2015 Asian Cup and has already bagged 22 international goals.
  • Coach: Carlos Queiroz

Group C – France, Australia, Peru, Denmark


  • Key player: Raphael Varane (Real Madrid) – The three-time Champions League-winning center-back has the difficult task of marshaling a vulnerable defense.
  • Coach: Didier Deschamps


  • Key player: Mile Jedinak (Aston Villa) – With much of the attention on 37-year-old Tim Cahill, Jedinak has returned from injury to stabilise the midfield and score a hat-trick against Honduras.
  • Coach: Bert van Marwijk.


  • Key player: Paolo Guerrero (Flamengo)
  • Coach: Ricardo Gareca


  • Key player: Christian Eriksen (Tottenham) – Just 18 on his World Cup debut in 2010, Eriksen is in prime form this time round, scoring 11 goals in eight different games during Denmark’s unbeaten streak.
  • Coach: Age Hareide

Group D – Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria


  • Key player: Lionel Messi (Barcelona) – Doubted by fans, yet the five-time world player of the year delivered. Argentina would not be going to Russia without his goals and leadership.
  • Coach: Jorge Sampaoli


  • Key player: Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff City) – Gylfi Sigurdsson may be the main attacking threat, but bearded captain Gunnarsson inspires a gritty team.
  • Coach: Heimir Hallgrimsson


  • Key player: Luka Modric (Real Madrid) – Croatia look at Modric, their undisputable leader in hopes to emulate the third-place finish at the 1998 World Cup.
  • Coach: Zlatko Dalic


  • Key player: John Obi Mikel (Tianjin Teda, China) –  attacking talent players with Alex Iwobi, Kelechi Iheanacho and Victor Moses, captain Mikel has provided crucial stability in central midfield.
  • Coach: Gernot Rohr

Group E – Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia


  • Key player: Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) – Should be at the peak of his game aged 26 in Russia, the forward will have his best chance to overthrow Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo if Brazil win.
  • Coach: Adenor Bacchi


  • Key player: Valon Behrami (Udinese) – Going to his fourth straight World Cup in the elder statesman role for a young squad, speaking all of Switzerland’s three main languages. His absence weighed heavily in the group-deciding loss at Portugal.
  • Coach: Vladimir Petkovic


  • Key player: Keylor Navas (Real Madrid) – Probably the best-known player in the squad, the goalkeeper’s strong showing in Brazil secured a move to Madrid in 2014.
  • Coach: Oscar Ramirez


  • Key player: Branislav Ivanovic (Zenit St Petersburg) – Defensive experience from a stellar career for Chelsea used to anchor the defense. Played all ten World Cup qualifiers
  • Coach: Mladen Krstajić

Group F – Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea


  • Key player: Toni Kroos (Real Madrid) – Germany’s new leader, Kroos keeps the side ticking from midfield, where his intelligence, precision and composition on the ball inspires team-mates going forward.
  • Coach: Joachim Low


  • Key player: Javier Hernandez (West Ham) – Likely to line up in the front with Jesus Corona and Hirving Lozano.
  • Coach: Juan Carlos Osorio


  • Key player: Emil Forsberg (Leipzig) – Has replaced Ibrahimovic as Sweden’s inspiration in attack.
  • Coach: Janne Andersson


  • Key player: Son Heung-min (Tottenham) – The top-scoring Asian player in Premier League history.
  • Coach: Shin Tae-yong

Group G – Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England

  • Key player: Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City) – Overshadowed Eden Hazard at the 2014 World Cup, he has only grown in stature, especially since his move to City and his more withdrawn position on the pitch.
  • Coach: Roberto Martinez


  • Key player: Luis Tejada (Universitario) – The striker has scored 43 goals for Panama.
  • Coach: Hernan Dario Gomez


  • Key player: Youssef Msakni (Al Duhail) – The 27-year-old forward played a crucial role in qualifying, scoring a hat-trick in an away win to Guinea.
  • Coach: Nabil Maaloul


  • Key player: Harry Kane (Tottenham) – Emerged as one of the tops strikers in the world this year, scoring freely for his club in the Premier League and Champions League. Has 12 goals in 23 games for England.
  • Coach: Gareth Southgate

Group H – Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan


  • Key player: Robert Lewandowski (Bayern Munich) – Already Poland’s record goalscorer, he scored a European-high 16 goals in qualifying.
  • Coach: Adam Nawalka


  • Key player: Sadio Mane (Liverpool) – With his blistering pace, Mane has been every bit as effective for Senegal as he has for Liverpool.
  • Coach: Aliou Cisse


  • Key player: James Rodriguez (Bayern Munich)
  • Coach: Jose Pekerman


  • Key player: Shinji Kagawa (Borussia Dortmund), defender Yuto Nagamoto and midfielder Keisuke Honda.
  • Coach: Vahid Halilhodzic

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