ALL Strikers’ Names (2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil)

Strikers names - FIFA World Cup in Brazil June-July

2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: ALL strikers’ names with the squad numbers, team and the club for which the player last played a competitive match prior to the tournament.

GROUP A:

Hulk (no. 7, – Brazil, – Zenit St. Petersburg)
Fred (no. 9, – Brazil, – Fluminense)
Neymar (no. 10, – Brazil, – Barcelona)
Bernard (no. 20, – Brazil, – Shakhtar Donetsk)
Jô (no. 21, – Brazil, – Atlético Mineiro)

Benjamin Moukandjo (no. 8, – Cameroon, – Nancy)
Samuel Eto’o (no. 9, – Cameroon, – Chelsea)
Vincent Aboubakar (no. 10, – Cameroon, – Lorient)
Maxim Choupo-Moting (no. 13, – Cameroon, – Mainz 05)
Pierre Webó (no. 15, – Cameroon, – Fenerbahçe)
Fabrice Olinga (no. 19, – Cameroon, – Zulte Waregem)

Nikica Jelavic (no. 9, – Croatia, – Hull City)
Ante Rebic (no. 16, – Croatia, – Fiorentina)
Mario Mandžukic (no. 17, – Croatia, – Bayern Munich)
Ivica Olic (no. 18, – Croatia, – VfL Wolfsburg)
Eduardo (no. 22, – Croatia, – Shakhtar Donetsk)

Raúl Jiménez (no. 9, – Mexico, – América)
Giovani dos Santos (no. 10, – Mexico, – Villarreal)
Alan Pulido (no. 11, – Mexico, – UANL)
Javier Hernández (no. 14, – Mexico, – Manchester United)
Oribe Peralta (no. 19, – Mexico, – Santos Laguna)

GROUP B:

Tim Cahill (no. 4, – Australia, – New York Red Bulls)
Mathew Leckie (no. 7, – Australia, – FSV Frankfurt)
Adam Taggart (no. 9, – Australia, – Newcastle Jets)

Alexis Sánchez (no. 7, – Chile, – Barcelona)
Mauricio Pinilla (no. 9, – Chile, – Cagliari)
Eduardo Vargas (no. 11, – Chile, – Valencia)
Esteban Paredes (no. 22, – Chile, – Colo-Colo)

Robin van Persie (no. 9, – Netherlands, – Manchester United)
Dirk Kuyt (no. 15, – Netherlands, – Fenerbahçe)
Jeremain Lens (no. 17, – Netherlands, – Dynamo Kyiv)
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar (no. 19, – Netherlands, – Schalke 04)

David Villa (no. 7, – Spain, – Atlético Madrid)
Fernando Torres (no. 9, – Spain, – Chelsea)
Pedro (no. 11, – Spain, – Barcelona)
Diego Costa (no. 19, – Spain, – Atlético Madrid)

GROUP C:

Teófilo Gutiérrez (no. 9, – Colombia, – River Plate)
Carlos Bacca (no. 17, – Colombia, – Sevilla)
Adrián Ramos (no. 19, – Colombia, – Borussia Dortmund)
Jackson Martínez (no. 21, – Colombia, – F.C. Porto)

Giorgos Samaras (no. 7, – Greece, – Celtic)
Kostas Mitroglou (no. 9, – Greece, – Fulham)
Dimitris Salpingidis (no. 14, – Greece, – PAOK)
Theofanis Gekas (no. 17, – Greece, – Konyaspor)

Mathis Bolly (no. 6, – Ivory Coast, – Fortuna Düsseldorf)
Salomon Kalou (no. 8, – Ivory Coast, – Lille)
Gervinho (no. 10, – Ivory Coast, – Roma)
Didier Drogba (no. 11, – Ivory Coast, – Galatasaray)
Wilfried Bony (no. 12, – Ivory Coast, – Swansea City)
Max Gradel (no. 15, – Ivory Coast, – Saint-Étienne)
Giovanni Sio (no. 21, – Ivory Coast, – Basel)

Shinji Okazaki (no. 9, – Japan, – Mainz 05)
Yoichiro Kakitani (no. 11, – Japan, – Cerezo Osaka)
Yoshito Okubo (no. 13, – Japan, – Kawasaki Frontale)
Yuya Osako (no. 18, – Japan, – 1860 München)
Manabu Saito (no. 20, – Japan, – Yokohama F. Marinos)

GROUP D:

Joel Campbell (no. 9, – Costa Rica, – Olympiacos)
Bryan Ruiz (no. 10, – Costa Rica, – PSV)
Randall Brenes (no. 14, – Costa Rica, – Cartaginés)
Marco Ureña (no. 21, – Costa Rica, – Kuban Krasnodar)

Daniel Sturridge (no. 9, – England, – Liverpool)
Wayne Rooney (no. 10, – England, – Manchester United)
Danny Welbeck (no. 11, – England, – Manchester United)
Rickie Lambert (no. 18, – England, – Southampton)

Mario Balotelli (no. 9, – Italy, – Milan)
Antonio Cassano (no. 10, – Italy, – Parma)
Alessio Cerci (no. 11, – Italy, – Torino)
Ciro Immobile (no. 17, – Italy, – Torino)
Lorenzo Insigne (no. 22, – Italy, – Napoli)

Abel Hernández (no. 8, – Uruguay, – Palermo)
Luis Suárez (no. 9, – Uruguay, – Liverpool)
Diego Forlán (no. 10, – Uruguay, – Cerezo Osaka)
Christian Stuani (no. 11, – Uruguay, – Espanyol)
Edinson Cavani (no. 21, – Uruguay, – Paris Saint-Germain)

GROUP E:

Felipe Caicedo (no. 11, – Ecuador, – Al-Jazira)
Enner Valencia (no. 13, – Ecuador, – Pachuca)
Jaime Ayoví (no. 17, – Ecuador, – Tijuana)

Rémy Cabella (no. 7, – France, – Montpellier)
Olivier Giroud (no. 9, – France, – Arsenal)
Karim Benzema (no. 10, – France, – Real Madrid)
Loïc Rémy (no. 20, – France, – Newcastle United)

Jerry Palacios (no. 9, – Honduras, – Alajuelense)
Jerry Bengtson (no. 11, – Honduras, – New England Revolution)
Carlo Costly (no. 13, – Honduras, – Real España)
Rony Martínez (no. 16, – Honduras, – Real Sociedad)

Haris Seferovic (no. 9, – Switzerland, – Real Sociedad)
Mario Gavranovic (no. 17, – Switzerland, – Zürich)
Admir Mehmedi (no. 18, – Switzerland, – SC Freiburg)
Josip Drmic (no. 19, – Switzerland, – 1. FC Nürnberg)

GROUP F:

Gonzalo Higuaín (no. 9, – Argentina, – Napoli)
Lionel Messi (no. 10, – Argentina, – Barcelona)
Rodrigo Palacio (no. 18, – Argentina, – Internazionale)
Sergio Agüero (no. 20, – Argentina, – Manchester City)
Ezequiel Lavezzi (no. 22, – Argentina, – Paris Saint-Germain)

Vedad Ibiševic (no. 9, – Bosnia-Herzegovina, – VfB Stuttgart)
Edin Džeko (no. 11, – Bosnia-Herzegovina, – Manchester City)
Edin Višca (no. 19, – Bosnia-Herzegovina, – Istanbul Basaksehir)

Alireza Jahanbakhsh (no. 9, – Iran, – NEC)
Karim Ansarifard (no. 10, – Iran, – Tractor Sazi)
Reza Ghoochannejhad (no. 16, – Iran, – Charlton Athletic)

Ahmed Musa (no. 7, – Nigeria, – CSKA Moscow)
Peter Odemwingie (no. 8, – Nigeria, – Stoke City)
Emmanuel Emenike (no. 9, – Nigeria, – Fenerbahçe)
Uche Nwofor (no. 19, – Nigeria, – Heerenveen)
Michael Uchebo (no. 20, – Nigeria, – Cercle Brugge)
Shola Ameobi (no. 23, – Nigeria, – Newcastle United)

GROUP G:

Lukas Podolski (no. 10, – Germany, – Arsenal)
Miroslav Klose (no. 11, – Germany, – Lazio)

Asamoah Gyan (no. 3, – Ghana, – Al-Ain)
Kevin-Prince Boateng (no. 9, – Ghana, – Schalke 04)
Jordan Ayew (no. 13, – Ghana, – Sochaux)
Majeed Waris (no. 18, – Ghana, – Valenciennes)

Cristiano Ronaldo (no. 7, – Portugal, – Real Madrid)
Hugo Almeida (no. 9, – Portugal, – Besiktas)
Éder (no. 11, – Portugal, – Braga)
Hélder Postiga (no. 23, – Portugal, – Lazio)

Clint Dempsey (no. 8, – United States, – Seattle Sounders FC)
Aron Jóhannsson (no. 9, – United States, – AZ)
Jozy Altidore (no. 17, – United States, – Sunderland)
Chris Wondolowski (no. 18, – United States, – San Jose Earthquakes)

GROUP H:

Nabil Ghilas (no. 9, – Algeria, – Porto)
Islam Slimani (no. 13, – Algeria, – Sporting CP)
El Arbi Hillel Soudani (no. 15, – Algeria, – Dinamo Zagreb)

Romelu Lukaku (no. 9, – Belgium, – Everton)
Dries Mertens (no. 14, – Belgium, – Napoli)
Divock Origi (no. 17, – Belgium, – Lille)

Maksim Kanunnikov (no. 6, – Russia, – Rubin Kazan)
Aleksandr Kokorin (no. 9, – Russia, – Dynamo Moscow)
Aleksandr Kerzhakov (no. 11, – Russia, – Zenit St. Petersburg)
Yuri Zhirkov (no. 18, – Russia, – Dynamo Moscow)
Aleksandr Samedov (no. 19, – Russia, – Lokomotiv Moscow)
Aleksei Ionov (no. 21, – Russia, – Dynamo Moscow)

Son Heung-min (no. 9, – South Korea, – Bayer Leverkusen)
Park Chu-young (no. 10, – South Korea, – Watford)
Lee Keun-ho (no. 11, – South Korea, – Sangju Sangmu)
Kim Shin-wook (no. 18, – South Korea, – Ulsan Hyundai)
Ji Dong-won (no. 19, – South Korea, – FC Augsburg)

One response

  1. the ones who shines. i believe would be messi, neymar and suarez.

    spain my fav…

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