List of association football families

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This is a list of association football families. The countries are listed according to the national teams of the senior family member if the other family member played for a different country. If the senior members of the given member did not play international football, the family will be listed according to nationality (e.g., the Trézéguets).

Families included on the list must have
  1. at least, one member of the family is capped by a national team on the senior level or an important person in the game of football (e.g., notable coaches, referees, club chairmen, etc.)
  2. a second member must be a professional player or capped by a national team on the U-17 level or above.

Afghanistan[edit]

Albania[edit]

Andorra[edit]

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Armenia[edit]

Aruba[edit]

Australia[edit]

Austria[edit]

Azerbaijan[edit]

Barbados[edit]

Belarus[edit]

Belgium[edit]

Bermuda[edit]

Bolivia[edit]

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Cousins Edin Džeko and Emir Spahić both played for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Brazil[edit]

Brunei[edit]

Bulgaria[edit]

Burkina Faso[edit]

Cambodia[edit]

Canada[edit]

Chile[edit]

China[edit]

Colombia[edit]

Costa Rica[edit]

Croatia[edit]

Curaçao[edit]

Cyprus[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Denmark[edit]

Dominican Republic[edit]

Ecuador[edit]

Egypt[edit]

El Salvador[edit]

England[edit]

Estonia[edit]

Faroe Islands[edit]

Fiji[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

Georgia[edit]

Germany[edit]

East Germany[edit]

Ghana[edit]

Gibraltar[edit]

Greece[edit]

Grenada[edit]

Guam[edit]

Guatemala[edit]

Guinea[edit]

Guyana[edit]

Haiti[edit]

Honduras[edit]

Hong Kong[edit]

Hungary[edit]

Iceland[edit]

Arnór Gudjohnsen (left) with his son Eiður: both international forwards from Iceland

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Iran[edit]

Iraq[edit]

Ireland[edit]

Israel[edit]

Italy[edit]

Brothers Giuseppe (left) and Franco (right) Baresi face each other in the 1979–80 Milan derby

Jamaica[edit]

Japan[edit]

Jordan[edit]

Kazakhstan[edit]

Kenya[edit]

  • Austin Oduor, Arnold Origi (son), Mike Okoth (Cousin of Austin & Uncle of Arnold), Divock Origi (son of Mike, nephew of Austin & Cousin of Arnold), Gerald Origi (Cousin of Austin, Uncle of Arnold & Divock, Cousin of Mike) and Anthony Origi (Cousin of Austin Oduor & Mike Okoth, uncle of Arnold & Divock, Cousin of Mike & brother of Gerald)[705]

Kosovo[edit]

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Latvia[edit]

Lebanon[edit]

Liberia[edit]

Liechtenstein[edit]

Lithuania[edit]

Luxembourg[edit]

North Macedonia[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Malta[edit]

Martinique[edit]

Mexico[edit]

Moldova[edit]

Montenegro[edit]

Montserrat[edit]

Netherlands[edit]

Johan Cruyff with his young son Jordi in 1977. Jordi would emulate Johan in playing for Ajax (as a youth), Barcelona and the Netherlands.

New Caledonia[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

Northern Ireland[edit]

Norway[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Palestine[edit]

Panama[edit]

Paraguay[edit]

Papua New Guinea[edit]

Peru[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Poland[edit]

Portugal[edit]

Puerto Rico[edit]

Qatar[edit]

Romania[edit]

Russia[edit]

Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

Saint Lucia[edit]

Samoa[edit]

San Marino[edit]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Scotland[edit]

Serbia[edit]

Singapore[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Solomon Islands[edit]

Somalia[edit]

Soviet Union[edit]

South Korea[edit]

Spain[edit]

Suriname[edit]

Sweden[edit]

The Ravelli brothers, Thomas and Andreas, have a combined 184 caps for Sweden

Switzerland[edit]

Syria[edit]

Tahiti[edit]

Tajikistan[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

Turkey[edit]

Turkmenistan[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

United Arab Emirates[edit]

United States[edit]

Uruguay[edit]

Vanuatu[edit]

Venezuela[edit]

Vietnam[edit]

Wales[edit]

Yugoslavia[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Has been capped for Sweden's under-17, under-19, under-21 and under-23 sides.
  2. ^ a b c Was born in Switzerland and capped for their youth sides, before switching allegiance to Albania.
  3. ^ Was born in Croatia and capped for their youth sides, before switching allegiance to Albania.
  4. ^ Was born in Greece but represented Albania internationally.
  5. ^ a b Was born in Spain, but represented Andorra internationally.
  6. ^ Was born in Argentina, but represented Ecuador internationally.
  7. ^ Has been capped for Samoa's under-20 side.
  8. ^ a b Was born in Australia, but represented Samoa internationally.
  9. ^ a b Was born in England, but represented Australia internationally.
  10. ^ Was born in Nigeria, but represented Australia internationally.
  11. ^ Has been capped for Wales' under-21 side.
  12. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Croatia), but represented Austria internationally.
  13. ^ a b Was born in Zaire, but represented Belgium internationally.
  14. ^ Was born in Switzerland, was capped for their under-20 and under-21 and played 1 international senior match for Switzerland, before switching allegiance to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  15. ^ Was born in Switzerland and was capped for their under-15, under-17, under-18 and under-19 sides.
  16. ^ Played 1 international senior match for Croatia before switching allegiance to Bosnia and Hezegovina
  17. ^ Played 2 international matches for Yugoslavia before switching allegiance to Bosnia and Hezegovina
  18. ^ Born in Spain but has represented Bosnia and Hezegovina internationally
  19. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Croatia) but has represented German youth sides internationally.
  20. ^ Was born in Brazil, but represented Portugal internationally as a naturalized citizen.
  21. ^ Was born in Brazil, but represented Spain internationally.
  22. ^ Was born in Italy, but represented Spain internationally.
  23. ^ Has been capped for Spain's under-16, under-17 and under-19 sides.
  24. ^ Was born in Belgium but represents Brazil
  25. ^ Was born in Guyana but represented Canada internationally.
  26. ^ Was born in Canada, capped by Canada's under-17 and under-20 sides before switching allegiance to the United States.
  27. ^ Was born in the United States, but represented Canada internationally.
  28. ^ Was born in Canada, but represented the United States internationally.
  29. ^ Was born in Canada, capped by Singapore's under-21 side before switching allegiance back to Canada.
  30. ^ Was born in Japan but represented Canada internationally.
  31. ^ Was born in Brazil, but represented Costa Rica internationally.
  32. ^ Niko and Robert Kovač were born in Germany, but represented Croatia internationally.
  33. ^ Played 11 international matches for Yugoslavia before the split and then played 2 international matches for Croatia.
  34. ^ Was born in Germany, but represented Croatian youth sides internationally.
  35. ^ Tomislav and Marijo Marić were born in Germany, but represented Croatia internationally.
  36. ^ Was born in Kosovo, but represented Croatia internationally.
  37. ^ Was born in Kosovo, but switched allegiance to Albania, swearing he would not play for any other country.
  38. ^ Was born in Germany, but represented Croatia internationally.
  39. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Croatia), but represented Australia internationally.
  40. ^ Was born in Netherlands and capped for their under-19 and under-21 sides, but represented Curaçao internationally.
  41. ^ Was born in Netherlands and capped for their under-18, under-20 and under-21 sides, but represented Curaçao internationally.
  42. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Serbia), but represented Cyprus internationally.
  43. ^ a b c Played international football for Czechoslovakia, before it became two republics
  44. ^ Played 38 international matches Czechoslovakia, before it became two republics and then played 26 international matches for the Czech Republic
  45. ^ Played 2 international matches before Czechoslovakia, before it split into two republics and then played 19 international matches for Slovakia
  46. ^ Played 19 international matches Czechoslovakia, before it became two republics and then played 12 international matches for Slovakia
  47. ^ Was born in Austria, but represented Denmark internationally.
  48. ^ Was born in Italy, but represented Denmark youth sides internationally.
  49. ^ Was born in Spain, but represented Denmark youth sides internationally.
  50. ^ Benji and Fran were born in Spain but represented the Dominican Republic internationally.
  51. ^ a b Was born in the United States but represented El Salvador internationally.
  52. ^ Was born in El Salvador but represented Nicaragua internationally.
  53. ^ Was born in Germany, but represented Iceland internationally.
  54. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Kosovo) but represented Finland internationally.
  55. ^ Was born in Yugoslavia (Kosovo) but has represented both Finland and Kosovo internationally.
  56. ^ Was born in France, capped by France's under-20 side before switching allegiance to Republic of Congo.
  57. ^ Was born in Guadeloupe but represented France internationally.
  58. ^ Was born in France, called up by France's under-20 and under-21 football sides and under-21 futsal squad before switching allegiance to Guadeloupe.
  59. ^ Born in Italy but represented France internationally.
  60. ^ Was born in France, attained Spanish citizenship in 2006, capped by Spain's under-15 side in 2009, before switching allegiance to France.
  61. ^ Ulf Kirsten played 49 international senior matches for East Germany before the reunification with West Germany and then played 51 matches for re-unified Germany
  62. ^ Was born in Germany, but represented Austria internationally.
  63. ^ Was born in Germany, capped by Germany's under-19 side before switching allegiance to Turkey.
  64. ^ Matthias Sammer played 23 international senior matches for East Germany before the reunification with West Germany and then played 51 matches for re-unified Germany
  65. ^ Dirk Schuster played 4 international senior matches for East Germany before the reunification with West Germany and then played 3 matches for re-unified Germany
  66. ^ Was born in Australia, but represented Greece internationally
  67. ^ a b Was born in England, but represented Grenada internationally.
  68. ^ Was born in England but represented Montserrat internationally.
  69. ^ a b c d e Was born in the United States, but represented Guam internationally.
  70. ^ Was born in England, capped by England's under-21 side before switching allegiance to Guyana.
  71. ^ Was born in England but represented Guyana internationally.
  72. ^ Was born in England, but represented the Republic of Ireland u-21 at national level
  73. ^ Was born in England, capped by England's under-16 side before switching allegiance to Wales.
  74. ^ a b Was born in England, but represented the Republic of Ireland internationally.
  75. ^ a b Born in England, but represented Jamaica internationally
  76. ^ a b Was born in the United States, but represented Jamaica internationally
  77. ^ Was born in the Soviet Union, was capped for Germany's under-20 and under-21 and played 2 international senior matches for Germany, before switching allegiance to Russia.
  78. ^ Was capped for Germany's under-19 and under-20 sides, before changing allegiance to Kosovo.
  79. ^ Played for the Norway youth national teams and 18 games for the senior team before changing his allegiance to Kosovo.
  80. ^ a b c Was born in Sierra Leone, but represented Lebanon internationally.
  81. ^ Was born in Sweden, capped by Sweden's under-19 and under-21 sides before switching allegiance to Lebanon.
  82. ^ Was born in Sweden, but represented Lebanon internationally.
  83. ^ Was born in Brazil, but represented Lebanon internationally.
  84. ^ a b Was born in Germany, but represented Lebanon internationally.
  85. ^ Was born in Switzerland, but represented Liechtenstein internationally.
  86. ^ Played two international matches for Yugoslavia before it split, and then played 23 international matches for Macedonia.
  87. ^ Played 4 international matches for Yugoslavia before the split and then played 7 international matches for Macedonia.
  88. ^ Played 6 international matches for Yugoslavia before the split and then played 3 international matches for Macedonia.
  89. ^ Was born in Croatia, was capped for their youth sides and played 3 international senior matches for Croatia, before switching allegiance to Macedonia.
  90. ^ Monica and Sabrina were born in the United States, but represented Mexico internationally.
  91. ^ Was born in Ukraine but was Moldova's Golden Player at the UEFA Jubilee Awards in 2004.
  92. ^ Was born in Ukraine but represented Moldova internationally.
  93. ^ a b c d Was born in Suriname but represented Netherlands internationally.
  94. ^ The John brothers were born in Liberia but represented Netherlands internationally.
  95. ^ a b c Was born in Switzerland but represented Netherlands internationally.
  96. ^ Was born in Canada, but represented Netherlands internationally.
  97. ^ Was born in Suriname, but represented Netherlands internationally.
  98. ^ Was born in Northern Ireland, but represented both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland internationally at schoolboy level.
  99. ^ a b Was born in Morocco, but represented Norway internationally.
  100. ^ Was born in Germany, but represented Norway internationally.
  101. ^ a b Was born in the United States, but represented Puerto Rico internationally.
  102. ^ Represented Brazil initially before switching allegiance to Russia
  103. ^ a b Was born in the Soviet Union but represented Finland internationally.
  104. ^ Was born in Russia but represented Finland internationally.
  105. ^ a b c Was born in Canada, but represented Saint Kitts and Nevis internationally.
  106. ^ Was born in the United States, but represented Saint Kitts and Nevis internationally.
  107. ^ a b Was born in Australia, but represented New Zealand internationally.
  108. ^ Ahmed and Mohamud were born in the Netherlands, but represented Somalia internationally.
  109. ^ Cha Du-Ri was born in Germany when his father played there
  110. ^ Was born in the Netherlands, but represented Suriname internationally.
  111. ^ Though born in Yugoslavia (modern day Bosnia) the Kujović brothers have represented Sweden internationally.
  112. ^ Was born in France when his father played there, but represented Sweden internationally.
  113. ^ a b Was born in England, capped by England youth sides before switching allegiance to Trinidad and Tobago.
  114. ^ a b Was born in Germany, but represented Turkey internationally.
  115. ^ The Brown family also had two relatives who represented the Scotland national rugby union team, Peter Brown and Gordon Brown.
  116. ^ Born in Romania, Kapp gained U.S. citizenship and represented the USA Men's national team
  117. ^ Was born in Costa Rica, capped by the United States' under-23 side before switching allegiance to Costa Rica.
  118. ^ Born in England, Dwyer moved to the United States in 2009 and gained U.S. citizenship in March 2017. Dwyer débuted for the USMNT on 1 July 2017.
  119. ^ Born in Northern Ireland, Quinn moved to the United States in 1981 and gained U.S. citizenship before playing for the USMNT in 1991.
  120. ^ Was born in Brazil, but represented Uruguay internationally.
  121. ^ Was born in Spain, but represented Uruguay internationally.
  122. ^ Was born in Spain, played for England's under-16 and under-17 teams, before switching allegiance to Uruguay.
  123. ^ Rolf and Frank were born in Switzerland, but represented Venezuela internationally.
  124. ^ a b c Was born in England, but represented Wales internationally.
  125. ^ Was born in England and capped for their under-15 and under-16 sides, before switching allegiance to Wales.
  126. ^ Was born in Singapore, but represented Wales internationally.
  127. ^ Played 54 international matches for Yugoslavia before it split, and then played 2 international matches for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  128. ^ Has been capped for Belgium's under-18 and under-19 sides.

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