World Cup 2022: Which London-based players are off to Qatar including Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling

Arsenal, Chelsea and more will have multiple players taking part in the Fifa 2022 World Cup

We are now just days away from the Fifa 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Many of the 32 participating countries  have announced their squads that will be heading to the Middle East.

London is home to some of the finest footballers in the world such as Harry Kane and Aleksandar Mitrovic. With many squads announced, LondonWorld is looking at all players that turn out for London-based clubs who are heading to Qatar.

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The World Cup is a special occasion, and despite calls for a bi-annual competition, it is held once every four years. This could prove to be an emotional World Cup for millions worldwide as legends such as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will take to the global stage for potentially the last time.

As always, there’s a lot of expectation that England will do well. After losing in the final of Euro 2020 Euro to Italy, people are hoping Gareth Soutgate’s men can produce in Qatar, and win the nations first World Cup since 1966.

One of the surprise inclusions was Conor Gallagher. The midfielder has been a bit-part player for Chelsea under Graham Potter, but will be on the plane for the World Cup.

Which players from London clubs are going to the 2022 World Cup?


Aaron Ramsdale - England

Matt Turner - United States

Ben White - England

William Saliba - France

Takehiro Tomiyasu - Japan

Bukayo Saka - England

Granit Xhaka - Switzerland

Gabriel Jesus - Brazil

Gabriel Martinelli - Brazil

*Thomas Partey may be in the Ghana squad, but they have not released their squad yet.


Mathias Jensen - Denmark

Bryan Mbeumo - Cameroon

Mikkel Damsgaard - Denmark

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*Saman Ghoddos may be in the Iran squad, but they have not released their squad yet

Crystal Palace

Joachim Andersen - Denmark


Edouard Mendy - Senegal

Thiago Silva - Brazil

Kalidou Koulibaly - Senegal

Mateo Kovacic - Croatia

Conor Gallagher - England

Mason Mount - England

Denis Zakaria - Switzerland

Christian Pulisic - United States

Raheem Sterling - England

Kai Havertz - Germany

Hakim Ziyech - Morocco


Antonee Robinson - United States

Tim Ream - United States

João Palhinha - Portugal

Harry Wilson - Wales

Dan James - Wales

*Alexsandar Mitrovic may be in the Serbia squad, but they have not released their squad yet.

Tottenham Hotspur

Hugo Lloris - France

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg - Denmark

Heung-Min Son - South Korea

Richarlison - Brazil

Harry Kane - England

Ivan Perisic - Croatia

Eric Dier - England

Rodrigo Bentancur - Uruguay

Ben Davies - Wales

Alphonse Areola - France

Thilo Kehrer - Germany

Lucas Paqueta - Brazil

Declan Rice - England

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