Which MLS team has the most international players?

The summer international break has arrived, with countless warm-up matches before the main events: the Copa America and the European Championships.

The American Football League will continue to play during these two tournaments on the continent, but the first division of American Football stopped for at least two weeks at the beginning of June. during this period More than 100 MLS players will be on international duty with their countriesWhether in age group competitions or representing the first team.

Among these are internationals 28 of them will pull the stars and stripes During the coming weeks. Four MLS stars are on the USMNT's top roster for pre-tournament friendlies: Shawn Johnson (Toronto FC), Myles Robinson (FC Cincinnati), Shaq Moore (Nashville SC), Timothy Tillman (Los Angeles).

Which MLS team has the most international call-ups?

One of the surprising packages of the 2024 MLS season so far has been the incredible form of Minnesota United, is thriving under new coach Eric Ramsey. Minnesota failed to qualify for the playoffs in 2023 but now sits in third place in the Western Conference, with two games in hand on leaders Real Salt Lake.

Minnesota also boasts the most international call-ups in the month of June of any MLS team, with Nine players participated in this month's event. Surprisingly, all these players will represent the top teams in their countries. Here's the list…

Minnesota international calls

  • Kervin Arriaga (Honduras)
  • Alejandro Bran (Costa Rica)
  • Carlos Harvey (Panama)
  • Robin Lode (Finland)
  • Tani Oluwasyi (Canada)
  • Teemu Pukki (Finland)
  • Joseph Rosales (Honduras)
  • Dane St. Clair (Canada)
  • Zarick Valentin (Puerto Rico)

Following closely behind are the Loons Orlando City and Philadelphia Union, who each have eight international call-ups On their list. The only team that doesn't have a single representative for June is Sporting Kansas City. As they currently sit bottom of the Western Conference standings with just 11 points from 16 games, coach Peter Vermes might be happy to get some extra time on the training pitch with his side.

Inter Miami has four players leaving this month: Benjamin Cremaci (USA U23), Lionel Messi (Argentina), Matías Rojas (Paraguay), David Ruiz (Honduras). The Hirons likely have more but injuries to Federico Redondo and Diego Gomez have robbed the young midfielders of their places in June's squads.


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