Netherlands National Team 2022 FIFA World Cup

by John Max Mon Jun,2022
Netherlands National Team 2022 FIFA World Cup

The Netherlands National Team symbolizes the men's Netherlands football team managed and supervised by the Royal Dutch Football Association. They are also renowned as "The Flying Dutchmen" in world football. The Dutch team is considered one of the best football teams globally. In their football record, the Netherlands succeeded in clung the title of UEFA European Championship in 1987 with West Germany.

Reportedly, they were the Bronze medalists of the 2014 Brazil World Cup. The squad is believed to be a high title challenger in the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, with some high-class footballers. It's the 11th time the dutch team making their appearance in this big event since 1934. They are in group 'A' with Senegal, Ecuador, and Qatar. The Flying Dutchmen's team now fibs in the 10th standing of the FIFA hierarchy with 1659 points.

The team is coached by Louis Van Gaal, with Virgil Vandaik as a captain. The former Arsenal forward Robin Van Persie is the highest goals scorer(50 goals), and Wesley Sneijder is the most dutch-capped earned player (134 caps).

Here are the recent Netherlands squads for the FIFA World Cup


Justin Bijlow (Goalkeeper)

Remko Pasveer(Goalkeeper)

Andries Noppert (Goalkeeper)


Virgil Van Dijk(C) (Defender)

Nathan Ake (Defender)

Daley Blind (Defender)

Jurrien Timber (Defender)

Denzel Dumfries (Defender)

Stefan de Vrij (Defender)

Matthijs de Ligt (Defender)

Tyrell Malacia (Defender)

Jeremie Frimpong (Defender)


Steven Berghuis (Midfielder)

Teun Koopmeiners (Midfielder)

Frankie de Jong (Midfielder)

Marten de Roon (Midfielder)

Davy Klassen (Midfielder)

Cody Gakpo (Midfielder)

Keeneth Taylor (Midfielder)

Xavi Simons (Midfielder)


Steven Bergwijn (Forward)

Memphis Depay (Forward)

Wout Weghorst (Forward)

Vincent Janssen (Forward)

Noa Lang (Forward)

Luuk de Jong (Forward)

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