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4 Top Countries That Have Produced The Highest Numbers Of International Players

Leaving one's homeland to play football abroad is a common occurrence in the sport. As a result, the quantity of players a country exports can serve as a useful indicator of the quality of that country's talent pool.

In order of most international players, these four nations are at the top of the list.

Brazil

In terms of overall success, the Brazilian national team is among the very best in the world. They've participated in every World Cup in FIFA history. They've played in a lot of games and come out on top five times. Many of their European trophies have also been won by them.

They are one of the national teams with the most players who have gone on to represent their country in international competition. There have been approximately 1300 players who have gone on to represent their country at the international level.

France

France is another successful national team that has sent a large number of players. They have also produced a sizable number of internationally acclaimed football players. There have been about 867 players with international experience who have represented France.

Argentina

Argentina is another top squad that has a proven track record of producing stars on the international stage. The legendary players they've produced have all won their share of awards. As of right now, one of the greatest players in the history of the game is a member of the Argentine national team. Over the years, they have developed at least 820 professional athletes.

Serbia

The Serbia national team is another top side that has produced numerous stars on the international stage. Despite its lack of widespread recognition, the squad is actually one of the numerous that has produced renowned international players. On the international stage, they have contributed about 431 players.

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