Top Five Oldest Players In The 2022 FIFA World Cup In Qatar

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FIFA World Cup will begin on Sunday, November 20, 2022 with Qatar hosting Ecuador in the first opening match at the Al Bayt Stadium at 17:00.

Regardless of age, every football player has the desire of playing for his nation in the biggest international competition.

Several seasoned footballers will compete in what is probably their final World Cup. Five of the oldest players competing in the 2022 FIFA World Cup are examined by FutballNews.com below.

  1. Brazil’s Thiago Silva is 38 years, 1 month, and 29 days old.
Thiago Silva

Thiago Silva is still an important player for Chelsea and Brazil despite his advanced age. He will serve as Selecao’s captain throughout the World Cup, and his team will be one of the favorites to win it. At the center of the Brazilian defense, where he is anticipated to start with Marquinhos, Silva has the potential to be pivotal.

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Thiago Silva who has played a total number of 17 games for Chelsea this season, with two assists in all competitions, has also played 11 matches for his national team this year.

  1. Brazil’s Dani Alves is 39 years, 6 months, and 14 days old.
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Dani Alves

Dani Alves is expected to play in the 2022 FIFA World Cup as the oldest player from Brazil and the oldest Brazilian to have ever participated in a FIFA World Cup.

Djalma Santos, who participated in the 1966 World Cup while still playing at age 37, previously held the record. The legendary right-back had previously taken part in three World Cups, but an injury prevented him from joining the Selecao for the 2018 tournament.

  1. Eiji Kawashima, (Japanese national) age 39 years old.
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Eiji Kawashima

Eiji Kawashima, a seasoned goalie who will turn 40 in March 2023, has been selected to represent Japan at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

For 12 years, he has been Japan’s first-choice goalkeeper, and he performed well at the 2018 World Cup. Kawashima is now one of the oldest Japanese player in World Cup history and is most likely to be his country’s starting goalkeeper.

  1. Pepe ( Portugal) Age: 39 years, 8 months, and 25 days old.
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Pepe

Brazilian center-back Pepe will be an important member of Portugal at the next FIFA World Cup 2022 because of his distinguished club and national career. Remarkably, he is still Portugal’s first choice at this age.

Pepe has played seven matches for his club side ( Porto) this season and five games for Portugal. The star player was involved in their win over Nigeria a few days ago.

  1. Atiba Hutchinson (Canada). 39 years, 9 months, and 12 days old.
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Atiba Hutchinson

Atiba Hutchinson is the oldest player in the 2022 Qatar World Cup. He will represent Canada, a country with an abundance of young and talented team.

Hutchinson is the only player in the Canadian team who was alive in 1986, the last time Canada competed in the World Cup. With 97 appearances, Hutchinson now holds the Canadian record for most caps.

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