These are from the most recent squads (23 players), be they Confederations Cup, International Friendlies or World Cup Qualifiers
- Spain - 12 from Spain; 23 from the Big 4
- Germany* - 17 from Germany; 21 from Big 4
- Columbia^ - 4 from Columbia; 9 from Big 4
- Argentina - 0 from Argentina; 17 from Big 4
- Netherlands% - 13 from Netherlands; 11 from Big 4
- Italy - 21 from Italy; 22 from Big 4
- Portugal - 8 from Portugal; 8 from Big 4
- Croatia - 4 from Croatia; 9 from Big 4
- Brazil* - 5 from Brazil; 10 from Big 4
- Belgium - 3 from Belgium; 16 from Big 4
15. England - 23 from England; 23 from Big 4
22. United States# - 8 from United States; 8 from Big 4
Bold indicates Big 4
#- US roster pulled from June Qualifiers, instead of Gold Cup (clubs as of July 1)
^- Indicates 26-man roster
*- Indicates 21-man roster
%- Indicates 25-man roster
Quite impressive that teams like Croatia and Columbia find themselves in the Top 10 with so little representation from the Big 4. Many of these teams also feature players at top class clubs that don't belong to the Big 4 like PSG, Benfica & Ajax, they may not compete against the class of Europe every week but they do play many of these squads in European play.
Very impressed with England going 100%, though we haven't seen many big English players in continental Europe, the only one I can think of over the past several years has been David Beckham. Even looking through their call-ups going through last September, the only non-English club represented is Celtic of Scotland.
How does the US look now that Landon Donovan is back in the fold and Clint Dempsey 7 Clarence Goodson have made their returns to the MLS? Looking pretty good for the Stars & Stripes moving forward.
New FIFA rankings come out on August 8th.