Cristiano Ronaldo and 29 other guys.
That's the Portugal World Cup preliminary squad announced by manager Paulo Bento on Tuesday -- the FIFA deadline for submitting 30 names that will need to be cut to 23 by June 2.
But Bento will not be waiting until June 2 to do it. According to the Portuguese federation web site, he'll name his 23 in less than a week, on May 19.
Portugal is one of three Group G opponents that the US national team will face in Brazil. After opening against Germany on June 16 in Salvador, Cristiano & Co. take on the USA in Manaus on June 22 before closing out against Ghana on June 26.
André Almeida (Benfica - Portugal / 23yrs)
Vitorino Antunes (Málaga - Spain / 27yrs)
Bruno Alves (Fenerbahce - Turkey / 32yrs)
Fábio Coentrão (Real Madrid - Spain / 26yrs)
João Pereira (Valencia - Spain / 30yrs)
Luis Neto (Zenit St. Petersburg - Russia / 25yrs)
Pepe (Real Madrid - Spain / 31yrs)
Ricardo Costa (Valencia - Spain / 33yrs)
Rolando (Inter Milan - Italy / 28yrs)
André Gomes (Benfica - Portugal / 20yrs)
João Mário (Vitória FC - Portugal / 21yrs)
João Moutinho (Mónaco - France / 27yrs)
Miguel Veloso (Dynamo Kiev - Ukraine / 28yrs)
Raul Meireles (Fenerbahce - Turkey / 31yrs)
Rúben Amorim (Benfica - Portugal / 29yrs)
William Carvalho (Sporting Lisbon - Portugal / 22yrs)
Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid - Spain / 29yrs)
Éder (SC Braga - Portugal / 26yrs)
Hélder Postiga (Lazio - Italy / 31yrs)
Hugo Almeida (Besiktas - Turkey / 29yrs)
Ivan Cavaleiro (Benfica - Portugal / 20yrs)
Nani (Manchester United - England / 27yrs)
Rafa (SC Braga - Portugal / 20yrs)
Ricardo Quaresma (FC Porto - Portugal / 30yrs)
Silvestre Varela (FC Porto - Portugal / 29yrs)
Vieirinha (Wolfsburg - Germany / 28yrs)