Every Real Madrid player going to the 2022 World Cup

Unsurprisingly, European champions Real Madrid will have a fair few representatives at the 2022 World Cup, with 13 players travelling to play for their nations in Qatar this winter.

It could have been more, with Ferland Mendy missing out on selection for France while Toni Kroos will be sitting out of his first major tournament in 14 years following his international retirement after Euro 2020 last year.

Listed alphabetically, here are all the Los Blancos players going to the World Cup and when you can watch them in action for their countries throughout the group stage.

Spain vs Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain vs Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan vs Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

Karim Benzema

Karim Benzema heads into the World Cup as the Ballon d’Or holder / Xavier Laine/GettyImages

France vs Australia, 22 November (19:00 GMT)
France vs Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Tunisia vs France, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

France vs Australia, 22 November (19:00 GMT)
France vs Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Tunisia vs France, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

Spain vs Costa Rica, 23 November (16:00 GMT)
Spain vs Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Japan vs Spain, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

Thibaut Courtois

Thibaut Courtois will look to earn his 100th cap in Qatar / James Williamson – AMA/GettyImages

Belgium vs Canada, 23 November (19:00 GMT)
Belgium vs Morocco, 27 November (13:00 GMT)
Croatia vs Belgium, 1 December (15:00 GMT)

Belgium vs Canada, 23 November (19:00 GMT)
Belgium vs Morocco, 27 November (13:00 GMT)
Croatia vs Belgium, 1 December (15:00 GMT)

Brazil vs Serbia, 24 November (19:00 GMT)
Brazil vs Switzerland, 28 November (16:00 GMT)
Cameroon vs Brazil, 2 December (19:00 GMT)

Luka Modric

Player of the Tournament last time out, Luka Modric could be playing in his last World Cup / Pixsell/MB Media/GettyImages

Morocco vs Croatia, 23 November (10:00 GMT)
Croatia vs Canada, 27 November (16:00 GMT)
Croatia vs Belgium, 1 December (15:00 GMT)

Brazil vs Serbia, 24 November (19:00 GMT)
Brazil vs Switzerland, 28 November (16:00 GMT)
Cameroon vs Brazil, 2 December (19:00 GMT)

Germany vs Japan, 23 November (13:00 GMT)
Spain vs Germany, 27 November (19:00 GMT)
Costa Rica vs Germany, 1 December (19:00 GMT)

Aurelien Tchouameni

Aurelien Tchouameni will be the leader in a new-look France midfield / Jean Catuffe/GettyImages

France vs Australia, 22 November (19:00 GMT)
France vs Denmark, 26 November (16:00 GMT)
Tunisia vs France, 30 November (15:00 GMT)

Uruguay vs South Korea, 24 November (13:00 GMT)
Portugal vs Uruguay, 28 November (19:00 GMT)
Ghana vs Uruguay, 2 December (15:00 GMT)

Vinicius Junior

Vinicius Junior has been in sensational form since the start of the 2021/22 season / Eurasia Sport Images/GettyImages

Brazil vs Serbia, 24 November (19:00 GMT)
Brazil vs Switzerland, 28 November (16:00 GMT)
Cameroon vs Brazil, 2 December (19:00 GMT)