- Each footballer player/manager can only represent one national team;
- The main criteria of choice is the greatness level of the individual peak of the player/manager in his best years (two great years at least). NT achievement and /or importance are not key factors in selection criteria.
- A footballer can represent other country different of his nationality if:
- (I) The player does not played any International Game. In that point the Player must have ancestry with that country (Jus Soli and/or Jus Sanguinus);
- (II) For the case of a player that played for a defunt and/or altered National Team, the player is rated by his birthplace, however it is not the main criteria: Depending of the National Team, some players are rated highly by their ethnic origins, other players are rated highly by the actual country that they lived his peak years.
- (III) The player is reconized by official organizations as one of the best of that country, he is legible to represent that country;
- All the previous points are explained at the end of posts;
- If the footballer played for two National Teams, the nationality of the footballer is considered by the National Team that he played in his peak years. If the player is considered by two National Teams, he should be considerer by the team that he played more games.
- The number of players should be 23 (with 3 goalkeepers);
- Each National Team can have up 2 managers;
- The Golden Star (★) indicate the Best Player of the Squad.
UEFA (46 National Teams) :
CONMEBOL (10 National Teams) :
OFC (4 National Teams) :
(1) – Israel and Kazakhstan are, originally, former members of AFC;
(2) – Countries and territories divided by cold war context are united in this blog. The united teams are: Korea (North Korea and South Korea) and China (RP China and Taiwan). To see North Korea Team click here;
(3) – Australia is, originally, former member of OFC;