2011 FIFA Club World Cup squads

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The 2011 FIFA Club World Cup takes place in Toyota and Yokohama Japan, from 8 December to 18 December 2010. The final 23-man squads had to be submitted by 28 November,[1] with all members of the final squad taken from a provisional list of 30 players.[2] All players were required to be registered with squad numbers between 1 and 23, unless they were registered for their domestic league with a different number. In the event of an injury to one of the players on the final list, that player may be replaced with a player from the provisional list no less than 24 hours before his team's first match in the competition. Santos FC released their Preliminary Squad on 29 October, which was cut down to 23 on 28 November.[3] Auckland City added their squad on 24 November.[4] Monterrey announced their 2011 FIFA Club World Cup squad on November 30 in their official website.[5]

Qatar Al-Sadd Sports Club[edit]

Manager: Uruguay Jorge Fossati

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Qatar GK Saad Al Sheeb
3 Algeria DF Nadir Belhadj
4 South Korea DF Lee Jung-Soo
5 Qatar MF Wesam Rizik
6 Qatar DF Mohammed Kasola
7 Qatar FW Yusef Ahmed
8 Qatar DF Mesaad Al-Hamad
9 Senegal FW Mamadou Niang
10 Qatar MF Mohammed Al-Yazeedi
11 Qatar FW Hassan Al Haidos
12 Ivory Coast FW Abdul Kader Keïta
13 Qatar DF Ibrahim Majid
No. Position Player
14 Qatar FW Khalfan Ibrahim
15 Qatar MF Talal Al-Bloushi
16 Qatar DF Taher Zakaria
17 Qatar FW Magid Mohamed
18 Qatar GK Mohamed Saqr
19 Qatar GK Muhannad Naim
20 Qatar FW Ali Afif
21 Qatar DF Abdulla Koni
25 Qatar MF Ali Asadalla
28 Qatar DF Nasser Nabeel
30 Qatar MF Abdelkarim Hassan

New Zealand Auckland City FC[edit]

Manager: Spain Ramon Tribulietx

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 New Zealand GK Jacob Spoonley
3 New Zealand DF Ian Hogg
4 New Zealand DF Sam Campbell
5 Spain DF Ángel Berlanga
6 New Zealand MF Chad Coombes
7 New Zealand DF James Pritchett
8 New Zealand MF David Mulligan
9 Spain FW Manel Expósito
10 Costa Rica FW Luis Corrales
11 Croatia FW Daniel Koprivcic
12 New Zealand GK Liam Little
No. Position Player
13 New Zealand MF Alex Feneridis
14 England FW Adam Dickinson
15 New Zealand MF Ivan Vicelich (Captain)
16 Spain MF Albert Riera
17 New Zealand MF Adam McGeorge
18 England GK Paul Gothard
20 Argentina FW Emiliano Tade
21 Spain MF Andreu Guerao
22 New Zealand DF Andrew Milne
23 New Zealand DF Simon Arms
27 New Zealand DF Thomas Doyle

Spain FC Barcelona[edit]

Manager: Spain Josep Guardiola

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Spain GK Víctor Valdés
2 Brazil DF Daniel Alves
3 Spain DF Gerard Piqué
4 Spain MF Cesc Fàbregas
5 Spain DF Carles Puyol (captain)
6 Spain MF Xavi Hernández
7 Spain FW David Villa
8 Spain MF Andrés Iniesta
9 Chile FW Alexis Sánchez
10 Argentina FW Lionel Messi
11 Spain MF Thiago Alcântara
13 Spain GK José Manuel Pinto
No. Position Player
14 Argentina MF Javier Mascherano
15 Mali MF Seydou Keita
16 Spain MF Sergio Busquets
17 Spain FW Pedro Rodríguez
18 Mexico MF Jonathan dos Santos
19 Brazil DF Maxwell
21 Brazil DF Adriano
22 France DF Éric Abidal
24 Spain DF Andreu Fontàs
25 Spain GK Oier Olazábal
27 Spain FW Isaac Cuenca

Tunisia Espérance ST[edit]

Manager: Tunisia Nabil Maaloul

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Tunisia GK Moez Ben Cherifia
2 Tunisia MF Zine El Abidine Souissi
3 Cameroon DF Yaya Banana
6 Mali DF Idrissa Coulibaly
7 Tunisia FW Khaled Ayari
8 Tunisia FW Edriss Mhirssi
9 Tunisia FW Aymen Ben Amor
10 Tunisia MF Oussama Darragi (Captain)
12 Tunisia DF Khalil Chemmam
13 Tunisia FW Taha Yassine Khenissi
15 Cameroon FW Yannick N'Djeng
16 Tunisia GK Arbi Mejri
No. Position Player
17 Tunisia MF Sameh Derbali
18 Tunisia MF Wajdi Bouazzi
19 Tunisia MF Khaled Mouelhi
20 Tunisia DF Mohamed Ben Mansour
21 Tunisia MF Mejdi Traoui
22 Tunisia GK Wassim Naouara
23 Tunisia MF Khaled Korbi
26 Ghana DF Harrison Afful
27 Tunisia MF Safouen Ben Salem
28 Tunisia MF Youssef Msakni
29 Tunisia DF Oualid Hicheri

Mexico C.F. Monterrey[edit]

Manager: Mexico Víctor Manuel Vucetich

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Mexico GK Jonathan Orozco
2 Mexico DF Severo Meza
4 Mexico DF Ricardo Osorio
5 Mexico DF Dárvin Chávez
6 Mexico DF Héctor Morales
7 Mexico MF Jesús Manuel Corona
8 Mexico MF Luis Ernesto Pérez (Captain)
9 Mexico FW Aldo de Nigris
11 Mexico FW Sergio Santana
12 Mexico GK Jesús Dautt
13 Mexico FW Abraham Darío Carreño
14 Mexico MF César de la Peña
No. Position Player
15 Argentina DF José María Basanta
16 Mexico MF Luis Madrigal
17 Mexico MF Jesús Zavala
18 Argentina MF Neri Cardozo
19 Argentina FW César Delgado
20 Ecuador MF Walter Ayoví
21 Mexico DF Hiram Mier
22 Mexico FW Marcelo Cazaubón
23 Mexico GK Juan de Dios Ibarra
24 Mexico DF Sergio Pérez
26 Chile FW Humberto Suazo

Brazil Santos FC[edit]

Manager: Brazil Muricy Ramalho

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Brazil GK Rafael
2 Brazil DF Edu Dracena (captain)
3 Brazil DF Léo
4 Brazil DF Danilo
5 Brazil MF Arouca
6 Brazil DF Durval
7 Brazil MF Henrique
8 Brazil MF Elano
9 Brazil FW Borges
10 Brazil MF Ganso
11 Brazil FW Neymar
12 Brazil GK Aranha
No. Position Player
13 Brazil DF Bruno Aguiar
14 Brazil DF Bruno Rodrigo
15 Brazil MF Anderson Carvalho
16 Brazil DF Vinicius Simon
17 Brazil MF Felipe Anderson
18 Brazil MF Ibson
19 Brazil FW Alan Kardec
20 Colombia FW Wason Rentería
21 Brazil DF Pará
22 Brazil FW Diogo
23 Brazil GK Vladimir

Japan Kashiwa Reysol[edit]

Manager: Brazil Nelsinho Baptista

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Japan GK Kazushige Kirihata
2 Japan DF Takanori Nakajima
3 Japan DF Naoya Kondo
4 Japan DF Hiroki Sakai
5 Japan DF Tatsuya Masushima
6 South Korea DF Park Dong-Hyuk
7 Japan MF Hidekazu Otani (captain)
8 Japan MF Masakatsu Sawa
9 Japan FW Hideaki Kitajima
10 Brazil MF Leandro Domingues
11 Japan FW Ryohei Hayashi
13 Japan MF Akihiro Hyodo
No. Position Player
15 Brazil MF Jorge Wagner
16 Japan GK Koji Inada
17 North Korea MF An Yong-Hak
18 Japan MF Junya Tanaka
19 Japan FW Masato Kudo
20 Japan MF Akimi Barada
21 Japan GK Takanori Sugeno
22 Japan DF Wataru Hashimoto
28 Japan MF Ryoichi Kurisawa
29 Japan MF Koki Mizuno
32 Japan MF Ryosuke Yamanaka

References[edit]

  1. ^ Atkins, Christopher (29 October 2011). "Santos announce initial squad for Club World Cup". Samba Foot. Retrieved 14 November 2011. 
  2. ^ "Regulations - FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011" (PDF). FIFA.com. 
  3. ^ Mira, Luis (28 October 2011). "Neymar & Ganso included in Santos' provisional 30-man squad for Fifa Club World Cup". Goal.com. Retrieved 14 November 2011. 
  4. ^ "Auckland name squad for Japan". Auckland City. 24 November 2011. Retrieved 24 November 2011. 
  5. ^ "¡Rayados listos para Japón!". C.F. Monterrey. 30 November 2011. Retrieved 30 November 2011. 

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