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Real Madrid Players And Their Countries

Real Madrid Players And Their Countries

Real Madrid Players Nationalities

Which countries are Real Madrid players from? What countries are the most common in Real Madrid players? Here we take a look at Real Madrid players and their countries. Watch & Bet Sports Here =>

Currently, Real Madrid have a lot of Spanish and Brazilian players along with a few French players. So what are the Real Madrid players and their countries?

Real Madrid Players And Their Countries

Real Madrid Players And Their Countries

Here is the current Real Madrid squad and the countries they represent –

# Pos. Nat. Name Age EU
1 GK Belgium Thibaut Courtois 30 EU
2 DF Spain Dani Carvajal 30 EU
3 DF Brazil Éder Militão 24 Non-EU
4 DF
David Alaba 30 EU
5 DF Spain Jesus Vallejo 25 EU
6 DF Spain Nacho 32 EU
7 FW Belgium Eden Hazard 31 EU
8 MF Germany Toni Kroos 32 EU
9 FW France Karim Benzema (C) 34 EU
10 MF Croatia Luka Modrić 36 EU
11 FW Spain Marco Asensio 26 EU
13 GK Ukraine Andriy Lunin 23 Non-EU
14 MF Brazil Casemiro 30 Non-EU
15 MF Uruguay Federico Valverde 24 Non-EU
16 DF Spain Alvaro Odriozola 26 EU
17 FW Spain Lucas Vázquez 31 EU
18 MF France Aurelien Tchouameni 22 EU
19 MF Spain Dani Ceballos 26 EU
20 FW Brazil Vinícius Júnior 22 Non-EU
21 FW Brazil Rodrygo 21 Non-EU
22 MF Germany Antonio Rudiger 29 EU
23 DF France Ferland Mendy 27 EU
24 FW Dominican Republic Mariano 29 EU
25 MF France Eduardo Camavinga 19 EU

Real Madrid Players And Their Countries – World Cup Winners

Below is the list of players who have won the FIFA World Cup as Real Madrid players.

  1. Germany, Günter Netzer (West Germany 1974)
  2. Argentina, Jorge Valdano (Mexico 1986)
  3. France, Christian Karembeu (France 1998)
  4. Brazil, Roberto Carlos (South Korea/Japan 2002)
  5. Brazil, Ronaldo (South Korea/Japan 2002)
  6. Italy, Fabio Cannavaro (Germany 2006)
  7. Spain, Iker Casillas (South Africa 2010)
  8. Spain, Raúl Albiol (South Africa 2010)
  9. Spain, Xabi Alonso (South Africa 2010)
  10. Spain, Sergio Ramos (South Africa 2010)
  11. Spain, Alvaro Arbeloa (South Africa 2010)
  12. Germany, Sami Khedira (Brazil 2014)
  13. France, Raphaël Varane (Russia 2018)

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