Argentina National Team 2018 FIFA World Cup

Thu Nov,2017
Argentina National Team 2018 FIFA World Cup Soccer

Argentine national football team represents Argentina in the international football competitions and is handled by Argentine Football Association. Estadio Monumental Antonio Vespucio Liberti in Buenos Aires is the home stadium of the team. They are also known by the nickname La Albiceleste (The White and Sky Blue).

Argentina has played 17 worlds cups and is the champions twice. They won the world cup in 1978 and 1986 and are the finalists on three more occasions. Argentina played the final of the first world cup 1930 where they lost to Uruguay. Moreover, they are also the finalists of the 2014 World Cup in which they lose against Germany. They have won Copa America 14 times making an appearance on 41 occasions.

Argentina currently ranks 4th in the FIFA ranking. They have held the top spot on three occasions and their lowest ever rank is 24th. Javier Zanetti has played 143 games for the team and is the highest capped player. Current team captain and five times Balon d’Or winner Messi is the highest scorer with 61 goals. The team is currently managed by Jorge Sampaoli.

Argentina qualified for the FIFA world cup 2018 as the second runner-up of the CONMEBOL qualification.

List of players with most possible chance to be included in the final squad of the Argentina Team for the FIFA World Cup 2018.


Sergio Romero
Nahuel Guzmán
Agustín Marchesín
Gerónimo Rulli


Gabriel Mercado
Federico Fazio
Germán Pezzella
Nicolás Otamendi
Javier Mascherano
Emanuel Mammana
Jonatan Maidana
Milton Casco


Lucas Biglia
Ángel Di María
Éver Banega
Marcos Acuña
Matías Kranevitter
Enzo Pérez
Fernando Gago
Javier Pastore
Augusto Fernández
Guido Pizarro
Eduardo Salvio
Diego Perotti


Sergio Agüero
Mauro Icardi
Lionel Messi
Paulo Dybala
Gonzalo Higuaín