Argentina finished third in the CONMEBOL standings, reaching the tournament on the final match day.
The 2018 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to be held in Russia from 14th June to 15th July. All teams have qualified for the tournament and these teams are required to register a squad of 23 players, which includes three goalkeepers. Only players from this squad can play in the tournament.
The 32 teams will be divided into eight groups of four teams each – Group A to Group H. The four teams in Group D are: Argentina, Croatia, Iceland and Nigeria.
Argentina finished third in the CONMEBOL standings, reaching the tournament on the final match day. Their FIFA ranking is 5. Let’s look at Argentina’s official squad for FIFA World Cup, 2018.
Coach: Jorge Sampaoli
- Nahuel Guzmán - Goalkeeper - 32 years old - 6 caps
- Gabriel Mercado - Defender - 31 years old - 20 caps
- Nicolás Tagliafico - Defender - 25 years old - 4 caps
- Cristian Ansaldi - Defender - 31 years old - 5 caps
- Lucas Biglia - Midfielder - 32 years old - 57 caps
- Federico Fazio - Defender - 31 years old - 9 caps
- Éver Banega - Midfielder - 29 years old - 62 caps
- Marcos Acuña - Defender - 26 years old - 10 caps
- Gonzalo Higuaín - Forward - 30 years old - 71 caps
- Lionel Messi (captain) - Forward - 30 years old - 124 caps
- Ángel Di María - Midfielder - 30 years old - 94 caps
- Franco Armani - Goalkeeper - 31 years old - 0 caps
- Maximiliano Meza - Midfielder - 25 years old - 2 caps
- Javier Mascherano - Defender - 34 years old - 143 caps
- Enzo Perez - Midfielder - 32 years old - 23 caps
- Marcos Rojo - Defender - 28 years old - 56 caps
- Nicolás Otamendi - Defender - 30 years old - 54 caps
- Eduardo Salvio - Defender - 27 years old - 9 caps
- Sergio Agüero - Forward - 30 years old - 85 caps
- Giovani Lo Celso - Midfielder - 22 years old - 5 caps
- Paulo Dybala - Forward - 24 years old - 12 caps
- Cristian Pavón - Midfielder - 22 years old - 5 caps
- Wilfredo Caballero - Goalkeeper - 36 years old - 3 caps