Which club has the most players in our World Soccer 500 list of the most important players on the planet?

World Soccer 500 – 2018 Edition Club List

We have broken down our 2018 World Soccer 500 list by club in this piece. As you would expect, the powerhouses of the football world dominate this list, with European giants Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Manchester City, Barcelona, Juventus, Atletico Madrid and Paris Saint Germain having lots of selections.

How many players have we selected from your respective club? Check out the full list below.

Additionally, we have also arranged the 500 players into an alphabetical list, and a nationality list.

Take a look at those here – World Soccer 500 Alphabetical List

World Soccer 500 Nationality List

Also please follow the links on the country headings and specific players to take you to 2018 World Cup guides and player profiles.

Bayern Munich (Germany)

David ALABA, Jerome BOATENG, Kingsley COMAN, Mats HUMMELS, Joshua KIMMICH, Robert LEWANDOWSKI, Javi MARTINEZ, Thomas MULLER, Manuel NEUER, Franck RIBERY, Arjen ROBBEN, Sebastian RUDY, Nicklas SULE, THIAGO Alcantara, Corentin TOLISSO, Sven ULREICH, Arturo VIDAL, Sandro WAGNER (18)

Bayern Munich have the most representatives in our lis, such as Thiago Alcantara

Real Madrid (Spain)

Marco ASENSIO, Gareth BALE, Karim BENZEMA, Dani CARVAJAL, CASEMIRO, Achraf HAKIMI, ISCO, Toni KROOS, MARCELO, Luka MODRIC, Keylor NAVAS, Martin ODEGAARD, Sergio RAMOS, James RODRIGUEZ, Cristiano RONALDO, Raphael VARANE (16)

Manchester City (England)

Sergio AGUERO, Kevin DE BRUYNE, EDERSON, FERNANDINHO, Phil FODEN, Ilkay GUNDOGAN, Gabriel JESUS, Vincent KOMPANY, Aymeric LAPORTE, Nicolas OTAMENDI, Leroy SANE, Bernardo SILVA, David SILVA, Raheem STERLING, Kyle WALKER (15)

Barcelona (Spain

Jordi ALBA, Sergio BUSQUETS, Philippe COUTINHO, Ousmane DEMBELE, Andres INIESTA, Lionel MESSI, Yerry MINA, PAULINHO, Gerard PIQUE, Ivan RAKITIC, SERGI Roberto, Luis SUAREZ, Marc-Andre TER-STEGEN, Samuel UMTITI (14)

Juventus (Italy)

ALEX SANDRO, Mehdi BENATIA, Rodrigo BENTANCUR, Gianluigi BUFFON, Mattia CALDARA, Giorgio CHIELLINI, Paulo DYBALA, Gonzalo HIGUAIN, Moise KEAN, Stephan LICHSTEINER, Mario MANDZUKIC, Blaise MATUIDI, Miralem PJANIC (13)

Atletico Madrid (Spain)

Diego COSTA, FILIPE LUIS, GABI, Jose GIMENEZ, Diego GODIN, Antoine GRIEZMANN, JUANFRAN, KOKE, Jan OBLAK, Thomas PARTEY, SAUL Niguez, VITOLO (12)

Paris Saint Germain (France)

Edinson CAVANI, Angel DI MARIA, Julian DRAXLER, Goncalo GUEDES, MARQUINHOS, Kylian MBAPPE, Thomas MEUNIER, NEYMAR, Adrien RABIOT, THIAGO SILVA, Marco VERRATTI (11)

Monaco (France

Keita BALDE, FABINHO, Radamel FALCAO, Kamil GLIK, Thomas LEMAR, Joao MOUTINHO, Pietro PELLEGRI, Djibril SIDIBE, Danijel SUBASIC, Youri TIELEMANS (10)

Tottenham Hotspur (England

Toby ALDERWEIRELD, Dele ALLI, Mousa DEMBELE, Eric DIER, Christian ERIKSEN, Harry KANE, Hugo LLORIS, Davinson SANCHEZ, SON Heuing-min, Jan VERNTONGHEN (10)

Chelsea (England

Andreas CHRISTENSEN, Thibault COURTOIS, Olivier GIROUD, Eden HAZARD, N’golo KANTE, Alvaro MORATA, Victor MOSES, Mason MOUNT, WILLIAN (9)

Napoli (Italy) 

Jose CALLEJON, Marek HAMSIK, Elseid HYSAJ, Lorenzo INSIGNE, JORGINHO, Kalidou KOULIBALY, Dries MERTENS, Duvan ZAPATA, Piotr ZIELINSKI (9)

Porto (Portugal)

Vincent ABOUBAKAR, Yacine BRAHIMI, Jesus CORONA, DANILO Pereira, Hector HERRERA, Juan Fernando QUINTERO, Diego REYES, RICARDO Pereira, Alex TELLES (9)

Ajax (Holland) 

Frenkie DE JONG, Matthijs DE LIGT, Kasper DOLBERG, Justin KLUIVERT, Noussair MAZRAOUI, Andre ONANA, Donny VAN DE BEEK, Hakim ZIYECH (8)

Bayer Leverkusen (Germany

Leon BAILEY, Charles ARANGUIZ, Lars BENDER, Julian BRANDT, Kai HAVERTZ, Benjamin HENRICHS, Panagiotis RETSOS, Jonathan TAH (8)

Borussia Dortmund (Germany)

Manuel AKANJI, Mario GOTZE, Maximilian PHILIPP, Lukasz PISZCZEK, Christian PULISIC, Marco REUS, Jadon SANCHO, Julian WEIGL (8)

Internazionale (Italy) 

Antonio CANDREVA, GABRIEL Barbosa, Mauro ICARDI, Geoffrey KONDOGBIA, MIRANDA, Yuto NAGATOMO, Ivan PERESIC, Milan SKRINIAR (8)

Icardi is important for Inter, but will he go to the World Cup? (Getty Images)

Lyon (France)

Houssem AOUAR, Memphis DEPAY, Mariano DIAZ, Nabil FEKIR, Anthony LOPES, Tanguy NDOMBELE, Martin TERRIER (7)

Manchester United (England

David DE GEA, Jesse LINGARD, Romelu LUKAKU, Nemanja MATIC, Paul POGBA, Marcus RASHFORD, Alexis SANCHEZ (7)

Milan (Italy) 

Leonardo BONUCCI, Andrea CONTI, Patrick CUTRONE, Gianluigi DONNARUMMA, Ricardo RODRIGUEZ, Andre SILVA, SUSO (7)

RB Leipzig (Germany

Emil FORSBERG, Peter GULACSI, Marcel HALSTENBERG, Naby KEITA, Marcel SABITZER, Dayot UPAMECANO, Timo WERNER (7)

Besiktas (Turkey) 

Atiba HUTCHINSON, PEPE, Ricardo QUARESMA, TALISCA, VAGNER LOVE (5)

Lazio (Italy) 

Felipe ANDERSON, Stefab DE VRIJ, Ciro IMMOBILE, Sergej MILINKOVIC-SAVIC, Stefan RADU (5)

Marseille (France

LUIZ GUSTAVO,  Dimitri PAYET, Morgan SANSON, Florian THAUVIN, Andre-Frank ZAMBO-ANGUISSA (5)

Roma (Italy) 

ALISSON, CENGIZ Under, Edin DZEKO, Stephan EL SHAARAWY, Radja NAINGGOLAN, (5)

Schalke (Germany

Daniel CALIGIURI, Leon GORETZKA, Amine HARIT, Max MEYER, NALDO (5)

Sporting Lisbon (Portugal

William CARVALHO, Bas DOST, Bruno FERNANDES, Rui PATRICIO, Bryan RUIZ (5)

Athletic Bilbao (Spain)

Aritz ADURIZ, Kepa ARRIZABALAGA, Inigo MARTINEZ, Inaki WILLIAMS (4)

Augsburg (Germany

Alfred FINNBOGASON, Michael GREGORITSCH, KOO Ja-cheol, Philipp MAX (4)

Gremio (Brazil

ARTHUR, Pedro GEROMEL, Marcelo GROHE, LUAN (4)

Hoffenheim (Germany)

Oliver BAUMANN, Dennis GEIGER, Pavel KADERABAK, Mark UTH (4)

Leicester City (England

Riyad MAHREZ, Shinji OKAZAKI, Kaspar SCHMEICHEL, Jamie VARDY (4)

Liverpool (England)

Roberto FIRMINO, Sadio MANE, Mohamed SALAH, Virgil VAN DIJK (4)

Firmino, Mane and Salah are deadly for Liverpool (Getty Images)

Red Bull Salzburg (Austria) 

Munas DABBUR, Enock MWEPU, Dimitri OBERLIN, Andreas ULMER (4)

America (Mexico

Agustin MARCHESIN, Henry MARTIN, Oribe PERALTA (3)

Anderlecht (Belgium

Leander DENDONCKER, Ryota MORIOKA, Adrien TREBEL (3)

Arsenal (England

Pierre-Emerick AUBAMEYANG, Henrikh MKHITARYAN, Mesut OZIL (3)

Atlanta United – (USA) 

Miguel ALMIRON, Ezequiel BARCO, Darlington NAGBE (3)

Basle (Switzerland

Serey DIE, Mohamed ELYOUNOUSSI, Michael LANG (3)

Benfica (Portugal)

Franco CERVI, Alex GRIMALDO, JONAS (3)

Boca Juniors (Argentina

Wilmar BARRIOS, Cristian PAVON, Carlos TEVEZ (3)

Corinthians (Brazil)

CASSIO, JADSON, RODRIGUINHO (3)

CSKA Moscow (Russia)

Igor AKINFEEV, Alan DZAGOEV, Aleksandr GOLOVIN (3)

Eintrecht Frankfurt (Germany

Marco FABIAN, Lukas HRADECKY, Maruis WOLF (3)

Everton (England

Idrissa Gueye, Henry ONYEKURU, Gylfi SIGURDSSON (3)

Fiorentina (Italy) 

Federico CHIESA, Nikola KALINIC, Carlos SANCHEZ (2)

Mainz (Germany

Leon BALOGUN, Abdou DIALLO, Jean-Philippe GBAMIN (3)

Partizan (Serbia)

Marko JANKOVIC, Vladimir STOJKOVIC, Zoran TOSIC (3)

Penarol (Uruguay

Lucas CAVALLINI, Cristian RODRIGUEZ, Maxi RODRIGUEZ (3)

Seattle Sounders (USA) 

Clint DEMPSEY, Nicolas LODEIRO, Roman TORRES (3)

Spartak Moscow (Russia)

Georgi DZHIKIYA, Denis GLUSHAKOV, Ivelin POPOV (3)

Southampton (England

Sofiane BOUFAL, Dusan TADIC, Maya YOSHIDA (3)

Tigres (Mexico)

Andre-Pierre GIGNAC, Nahuel GUZMAN, Eduardo VARGAS (3)

Gignac is an outside contender for the French World Cup squad (Getty Images)

Toronto (USA) 

Jozy ALTIDORE, Michael BRADLEY, Sebastian GIOVINCO (3)

Valencia (Spain)

Dani PAREJO, RODRIGO, Simone ZAZA (3)

Young Boys (Switzerland

Roger ASSALE, Jordan LOTOMBA, Sekou SANOGO (3)

AEK (Greece) 

Marko LIVAJA, Petros MANTALOS (2)

Beijing Guoan (China) 

Renato AUGUSTO, Cedric BAKAMBU (2)

Bolivar (Bolivia)

Juan Carlos ARCE, Martin SMEDBERG-DALENCE (2)

Celta Vigo (Spain

Iago ASPAS, Pione SISTO (2)

Cerro Porteno (Paraguay)

Alfio OVIEDO, Rodrigo ROJAS (2)

Charleroi (Belgium

Cristian BENAVENTE, Kaveh REZAEI (2)

Club Brugge (Belgium

Hans VANAKEN, Ruud VORMER (2)

Colo Colo (Chile) 

Jaime VALDES, Jorge VALDIVIA (2)

Feyenoord (Holland)

Karim EL AHMADI, Nicolai JORGENSEN (2)

Flamengo (Brazil

VINICIUS JUNIOR, Paolo GUERRERO (2)

Galatasaray (Turkey)

Younes BELHANDA, Bafetimbi GOMIS (2)

Gent (Belgium)

Franko ANDRIJASEVIC, Yuya KUBO (2)

Jeonbuk Motors (South Korea

LEE Dong-gook, LEE Jae-sung (2)

Junior (Colombia

Yimmi CHARA, Teo GUTIERREZ (2)

Krasnodar (Russia

Andreas GRANQVIST, Fedor SMOLOV (2)

LA Galaxy (USA)

Giovani DOS SANTOS, Jonathan DOS SANTOS (2)

Lanus (Argentina)

Lautaro ACOSTA, Gaston LODICO (2)

Lokomotiv Moscow (Russia)

Jefferson FARFAN, Aleksei MIRANCHUK (2)

Monterrey (Mexico

Jonathan GONZALEZ, Stefan MEDINA (2)

Montpellier (France

Nordi MUKIELE, Jerome ROUSSILLON (2)

Nantes (France)

Valentin RONGIER, Emiliano SALA (2)

New York City (USA)

Jesus MEDINA, David VILL (2)

Nice (France)

Mario BALOTELLI, Jean Michael SERI (2)

Balotelli has found form in France with Nice (Getty Images)

Palmeiras (Brazil)

Miguel BORJA, Lucas LIMA (2)

PSV (Holland) 

Luuk DE JONG, Hirving LOZANO (2)

Pumas (Mexico)

Nicolas CASTILLO, Jesus GALLARDO (2)

River Plate (Argentina

Franco ARMANI, Lucas PRATTO (2)

Santos Laguna (Mexico)

Nestor ARAUJO, Djaniny TAVARES (2)

Sevilla (Spain

Wissam BEN YEDDER, Steven NZONZI (2)

Shanghai SIPG (China) 

HULK, WU Lei (2)

Swansea City (England

KI Sung-yeung, Jefferson MONTERO (2)

Trabzonspor (Turkey)

BURAK Yilmaz, Yusuf YAZICI (2)

Universidad de Chile (Chile) 

Gonzalo JARA, Yeferson SOTELDO (2)

Werder Bremen (Germany

Thomas DELANEY, Jiri PAVLENKA (2)

West Ham (England

Javier HERNANDEZ, Cheikhou KOUYATE (2)

Zenit (Russia

Aleksandr KOKORIN, Leandro PAREDES (2)

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