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Argentina Players with the Most Games Played in The World Cup

All-Time list of players with more matches played for the National Team of Argentina in the Soccer World Cups with detail of games played in each competition.

A total of 376 players represented the Nationa Team of Argentina in the Soccer World Cups. Of them, 300 played at least one game. Here you have a list with the players with most games played.

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Argentina Players with the Most Games Played
 
Player
Games Played
World Cups
Game Detail by World Cup
1. Argentina Diego Maradona 21 4 5 in 1982, 7 in 1986, 7 in 1990, 2 in 1994
2. Argentina Javier Mascherano 20 4 5 in 2006, 4 in 2010, 7 in 2014, 4 in 2018
3. Argentina Lionel Messi 19 4 3 in 2006, 5 in 2010, 7 in 2014, 4 in 2018
4. Argentina Mario Kempes 18 3 6 in 1974, 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982
5. Argentina Oscar Ruggeri 16 3 7 in 1986, 5 in 1990, 4 in 1994
6. Argentina Jorge Burruchaga 14 2 7 in 1986, 7 in 1990
Argentina Gonzalo Higuain 14 3 4 in 2010, 7 in 2014, 3 in 2018
8. Argentina Angel Di Maria 13 3 5 in 2010, 5 in 2014, 3 in 2018
Argentina Ubaldo Fillol 13 3 1 in 1974, 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982
10. Argentina Sergio Ag├╝ero 12 3 3 in 2010, 5 in 2014, 4 in 2018
Argentina Gabriel Batistuta 12 3 4 in 1994, 5 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Argentina Luis Galvan 12 2 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982
Argentina Rene Houseman 12 2 6 in 1974, 6 in 1978
Argentina Julio Olarticoechea 12 3 0 in 1982, 7 in 1986, 5 in 1990
Argentina Jorge Olguin 12 2 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982
Argentina Daniel Passarella 12 3 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982, 0 in 1986
Argentina Maxi Rodriguez 12 3 5 in 2006, 5 in 2010, 2 in 2014
Argentina Sergio Romero 12 2 5 in 2010, 7 in 2014
Argentina Alberto Tarantini 12 2 7 in 1978, 5 in 1982
20. Argentina Osvaldo Ardiles 11 2 6 in 1978, 5 in 1982
Argentina Sergio Batista 11 2 7 in 1986, 4 in 1990
Argentina Daniel Bertoni 11 2 6 in 1978, 5 in 1982
Argentina Americo Gallego 11 2 7 in 1978, 4 in 1982
Argentina Ricardo Giusti 11 2 7 in 1986, 4 in 1990
Argentina Ariel Ortega 11 3 3 in 1994, 5 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Argentina Diego Simeone 11 3 4 in 1994, 5 in 1998, 2 in 2002
Argentina Juan Veron 11 3 5 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 3 in 2010
28. Argentina Roberto Ayala 10 3 5 in 1998, 0 in 2002, 5 in 2006
29. Argentina Gabriel Calderon 9 2 4 in 1982, 5 in 1990
Argentina Claudio Caniggia 9 3 6 in 1990, 3 in 1994, 0 in 2002
Argentina Jose Chamot 9 3 4 in 1994, 4 in 1998, 1 in 2002
Argentina Nery Pumpido 9 3 0 in 1982, 7 in 1986, 2 in 1990
Argentina Marcos Rojo 9 2 6 in 2014, 3 in 2018
Argentina Jorge Valdano 9 2 2 in 1982, 7 in 1986
35. Argentina Jose Basualdo 8 2 7 in 1990, 1 in 1994
Argentina Lucas Biglia 8 2 7 in 2014, 1 in 2018
Argentina Nicolas Burdisso 8 2 3 in 2006, 5 in 2010
Argentina Hernan Crespo 8 3 1 in 1998, 3 in 2002, 4 in 2006
Argentina Martin Demichelis 8 2 5 in 2010, 3 in 2014
Argentina Gabriel Heinze 8 2 4 in 2006, 4 in 2010
Argentina Claudio Lopez 8 2 5 in 1998, 3 in 2002
Argentina Roberto Perfumo 8 2 4 in 1966, 4 in 1974
Argentina Roberto Sensini 8 3 2 in 1990, 3 in 1994, 3 in 1998
Argentina Carlos Tevez 8 2 4 in 2006, 4 in 2010
Argentina Javier Zanetti 8 2 5 in 1998, 3 in 2002
46. Argentina Abel Balbo 7 3 1 in 1990, 4 in 1994, 2 in 1998
Argentina Jose Brown 7 1 7 in 1986
Argentina Ezequiel Garay 7 1 7 in 2014
Argentina Silvio Marzolini 7 2 3 in 1962, 4 in 1966
Argentina Nicolas Otamendi 7 2 3 in 2010, 4 in 2018
Argentina Juan Simon 7 1 7 in 1990
Argentina Juan Sorin 7 2 3 in 2002, 4 in 2006
Argentina Pablo Zabaleta 7 1 7 in 2014
 
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