Below are the squads for the 1938 FIFA World Cup final tournament in France.
Hungary and Switzerland were the only teams who had players from foreign clubs. All the three such players represented French clubs.
Head coach: Vittorio Pozzo
Head coach: Károly Dietz and Alfréd Schaffer
Head coach: Adhemar Pimenta
Head coach: József Nagy
Head coach: Josef Meissner
Head coach: Karl Rappan
Head coach: José Tapia
Head coach: Gaston Barreau
Head coach: Alexandru Săvulescu and Costel Rădulescu
Head coach: Sepp Herberger
- *Austria was a part of Nazi Germany. See Anschluss.
- *Denotes a player previously capped for Austria prior to the Anschluss.
Head coach: Józef Kałuża
Head coach: Asbjørn Halvorsen
- Only 14 members of the squad actually travelled to France for the 1938 tournament. The remaining eight players (marked with an asterisk) stayed home on reserve.
Head coach: Jack Butler
Head coach: Bob Glendenning
Dutch East Indies (Indonesia)
Head coach: Johan Mastenbroek
- NB*: Rosters include reserves, alternates, and preselected players that may have participated in qualifiers and/or pre-tournament friendlies but not in the finals themselves.