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Complete list of MLS players called up to national teams

(Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports)

The first international window of the 2019 Major League Soccer season takes place over the next week and a half, and there are plenty of players heading to all parts of the world to represent their countries. 

In total, 21 nations will have MLS players on their respective rosters, with the majority of the teams playing international friendlies. Some MLS players will be involved in the Concacaf Nations League, which will help determine some of the participants for this summer’s Gold Cup.

Below is a complete look at the MLS players called up for international duty, beginning with the U.S. men’s national team and the MLS players called into the U.S. Under-20 camp as well. The rest of the countries are listed alphabetically and include only players called up to senior national teams.

United States

Games: March 21 vs. Ecuador; March 26 vs. Chile

Zack Steffen, Columbus Crew 

Sean Johnson, New York City FC 

Aaron Long, New York Red Bulls

Nick Lima, San Jose Earthquakes

Daniel Lovitz, Montreal Impact

Michael Bradley, Toronto FC 

Wil Trapp, Columbus Crew

Sebastian Lletget, LA Galaxy

Cristian Roldan, Seattle Sounders

Gyasi Zardes, Columbus Crew

Jordan Morris, Seattle Sounders

Paul Arriola, D.C. United

Christian Ramirez, LAFC

Corey Baird, Real Salt Lake

Jonathan Lewis, NYCFC


Trey Muse, Seattle Sounders

Aboubakar Keita, Columbus Crew

Jaylin Lindsey, Sporting Kansas City

Matthew Real, Philadelphia Union

Frankie Amaya, FC Cincinnati

Andrew Carleton, Atlanta United

Chris Durkin, D.C. United

Juan Pablo Torres, New York City FC

Ayo Akinola, Toronto FC 

Justin Rennicks, New England Revolution


Games: March 22 vs. Venezuela; March 26 vs. Morocco

Gonzalo “Pity” Martinez, Atlanta United 


Games: March 24 vs. French Guiana

Mark-Anthony Kaye, LAFC

Will Johnson, Orlando City

Jonathan Osorio, Toronto FC

Samuel Piette, Montreal Impact

Zachary Brault-Guillard, Montreal Impact 

Maxime Crepeau, Vancouver Whitecaps

Costa Rica 

Games: March 22 vs. Guatemala; March 26 vs. Jamaica

Francisco Calvo, Minnesota United 


Games: March 21 vs. USA; March 26 vs. Honduras

Romario Ibarra, Minnesota United 


Games: March 23 vs. Switzerland; March 26 vs. Republic of Ireland

Guram Kashia, San Jose Earthquakes

Vako, San Jose Earthquakes 


Games: March 23 vs. Italy; March 26 vs. Armenia

Rasmus Schuller, Minnesota United 


Games: March 23 vs. Belize

Warren Creavalle, Philadelphia Union 


Games: March 24 vs. Cuba

Zachary Herivaux, New England Revolution 


Games: March 23 vs. El Salvador; March 26 vs. Costa Rica

Andre Blake, Philadelphia Union

Cory Burke, Philadelphia Union 


Game: March 22 vs. Senegal

Romain Metanire, Minnesota United 


Games: March 22 vs. Chile; March 26 vs. Paraguay

Jonathan dos Santos, LA Galaxy 


Games: March 23 vs. Brazil

Michael Amir Murillo, New York Red Bulls 

Anibal Godoy, San Jose Earthquakes

Harold Cummings, San Jose Earthquakes 


Games: March 22 vs. Peru; March 26 vs. Mexico

Hector Villalba, Atlanta United 

Kaku, New York Red Bulls 


Games: March 22 vs. Paraguay; March 26 vs. El Salvador

Alexander Callens, New York City FC 


Games: March 23 vs. Sweden; March 26 vs. Faroe Islands

Alexandru Mitrita, New York City FC 


Games: March 21 vs. Hungary; March 24 vs. Wales

Jan Gregus, Minnesota United 


Games: March 23 vs. Romania; March 26 vs. Norway

Gustav Svensson, Seattle Sounders 


Games: March 22 vs. Iraq; March 24 vs. Jordan

Gabriel Somi, New England Revolution


Games: March 22 vs. Argentina,

Josef Martinez, Atlanta United 




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