We have taken each of the 32 World Cup teams’ 30 man squads to see which football league clubs have the most players selected.
As some clubs have only named a 30-man squad, those to have named a 23-man squad plus reserves, have had their reserves included in the figures.
For players out on loan, their parent club has been used.
Manchester United and Chelsea have the most players selected with 16 each heading for the big kick-off next month.
Eden Hazard, Romelu Lukaku, Thorgan Hazard and Thibaut Courtois will be representing outside bet Belgium in Brazil.
Four Blues stars will be playing for the host nation as David Luiz, Ramires, Willian, Oscar fly the flag for Brazil.
Samuel Eto’o will play for Cameroon, Andre Schurrle will be running riot for Germany while John Mikel Obi and Victor Moses have been picked for Nigeria.
Gary Cahill and Frank Lampard will be roaring for England’s Three Lions and Cesar Azpilicueta and Fernando Torres are hoping for glory in the Spanish side.
Man City, Liverpool and Arsenal each have 12 players in World Cup squads.
Six Newcastle players are in the 30 man squads.
Five Fulham players are in the 30 man squads.
Two Middlesbrough players are included, as are four Swansea players
A searchable table of all players is included at the bottom of this bulletin’s visualisations section
Squads sourced from BBC.