On the back of the FIFA FIFPro World XI team being announced this week, FIFPro, the world players' union, has revealed four reserve teams.

By 90Min
September 25, 2018

On the back of the FIFA FIFPro World XI team being announced this week, FIFPro, the world players' union, has revealed four reserve teams, made up of 44 players, who did not receive enough votes to be included in the World XI team.

The reserve squads were formed based upon votes of 25,000 professional footballers, and include eight former World XI players. World cup winners Paul Pogba and Toni Kroos join PSG teammates Thiago Silva and Neymar in the second team, which also features the Premier League quartet of Kyle Walker, Kevin De Bruyne, Harry Kane and Mohamed Salah.

Meanwhile, a heavy Barcelona contingent from last season (Jordi Alba, Ivan Rakitic, Gerard Pique, Luis Suarez and Andres Iniesta) make up the spine of the third team.

Legendary goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon, last year’s World XI goalkeeper, is the stopper in the fourth team, alongside former teammates Giorgio Chiellini and Paulo Dybala, as well as his new striker in Paris, Edinson Cavani.

Keep scrolling to find the full squad lists for all four FIFPro reserve teams from the 2017/18 season.


SECOND TEAM

Goalkeeper

Thibaut Courtois - Belgium, Chelsea/Real Madrid

Defenders

Daniel Carvajal – Spain, Real Madrid 

Thiago Silva – Brazil, PSG

Samuel Umtiti – France, FC Barcelona

Kyle Walker – England, Manchester City

Midfielders

Kevin De Bruyne – Belgium, Manchester City 

Toni Kroos – Germany, Real Madrid

Paul Pogba – France, Manchester United

Forwards

Harry Kane – England, Tottenham

Neymar – Brazil, PSG

Mohamed Salah – Egypt, Liverpool


THIRD TEAM

Goalkeeper

Keylor Navas – Costa Rica, Real Madrid

Defenders

Jordi Alba – Spain, Barcelona

Diego Godin – Uruguay, Atletico Madrid

Joshua Kimmich – Germany, Bayern Munich

Gerard Pique – Spain, Barcelona

Midfielders

Andres Iniesta – Spain, Barcelona/Vissel Kobe

Isco – Spain, Real Madrid 

Ivan Rakitic – Croatia, Barcelona

Forwards

Antoine Griezmann – France, Atletico Madrid

Romelu Lukaku – Belgium, Manchester United

Luis Suarez – Uruguay, Barcelona


FOURTH TEAM

Goalkeeper

Gianluigi Buffon – Italy, Juventus/PSG

Defenders

Giorgio Chiellini – Italy, Juventus

Dejan Lovren – Croatia, Liverpool

Benjamin Pavard – France, Stuttgart

Kieran Trippier – England, Tottenham

Midfielders

Sergio Busquets – Spain, Barcelona

Casemiro – Brazil, Real Madrid 

Philippe Coutinho – Brazil, Liverpool/Barcelona

Forwards

Edinson Cavani – Uruguay, PSG

Paulo Dybala – Argentina, Juventus

Sadio Mane – Senegal, Liverpool


FIFTH TEAM

Goalkeeper

Marc-Andre ter Stegen – Germany, Barcelona

Defenders

Virgil van Dijk – Netherlands, Southampton/Liverpool

Mats Hummels – Germany, Bayern Munich

Yerry Mina – Colombia, Barcelona/Everton

Sime Vrsaljko – Croatia, Atletico Madrid/Inter

Midfielders

Nemanja Matic – Serbia, Manchester United

David Silva – Spain, Manchester City 

Arturo Vidal – Chile, Bayern Munich/Barcelona

Forwards

Karim Benzema – France, Real Madrid 

Robert Lewandowski – Poland, FC Bayern Munich

Mario Mandzukic – Croatia, Juventus

You May Like

HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
OUT
HOLE YARDS PAR R1 R2 R3 R4
IN
Eagle (-2)
Birdie (-1)
Bogey (+1)
Double Bogey (+2)