The October window of FIFA World Cup Qualifying is just around the corner, meaning many MLS players will be back in action at the international level as their respective countries pursue their goal of qualifying for Qatar 2022.

This all follows the September window, where after the big five leagues in Europe, MLS players made more appearances than any other league around the world. Sixty-seven players from 23 different countries appeared in FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches for five of the six FIFA confederations.

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Below is a running list of players called up to their national teams for upcoming qualifiers. It will be updated as additional squads are announced.

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Austin FC logo
Austin FC

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Colorado Rapids logo
Colorado Rapids

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FC Dallas logo
FC Dallas
D.C. United logo
D.C. United
Houston Dynamo FC logo
Houston Dynamo FC

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Minnesota United FC logo
Minnesota United FC
Nashville SC logo
Nashville SC

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New England Revolution logo
New England Revolution
New York City FC logo
New York City FC

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Orlando City SC logo
Orlando City SC
Philadelphia Union logo
Philadelphia Union

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Seattle Sounders FC logo
Seattle Sounders FC

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Sporting Kansas City logo
Sporting Kansas City
Toronto FC logo
Toronto FC
Vancouver Whitecaps FC logo
Vancouver Whitecaps FC

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