Russia Players with the Most Games Played in The World Cup

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

A total of 222 players represented the Nationa Team of Russia in the Soccer World Cups. Of them, 176 played at least one game. Here you have a list with the players with most games played.

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Russia Players with the Most Games Played
 
Player
Games Played
World Cups
Game Detail by World Cup
1. Lev Yashin 13 4 5 in 1958, 4 in 1962, 4 in 1966, 0 in 1970
2. Vladimir Bessonov 10 3 5 in 1982, 3 in 1986, 2 in 1990
3. Rinat Dassayev 9 3 5 in 1982, 3 in 1986, 1 in 1990
Anatoli Demyanenko 9 3 5 in 1982, 3 in 1986, 1 in 1990
Valentin Ivanov 9 2 5 in 1958, 4 in 1962
Albert Shesternyov 9 3 0 in 1962, 5 in 1966, 4 in 1970
Valeri Voronin 9 2 4 in 1962, 5 in 1966
8. Sergei Aleinikov 7 2 4 in 1986, 3 in 1990
Oleg Blokhin 7 2 5 in 1982, 2 in 1986
Igor Chislenko 7 2 3 in 1962, 4 in 1966
Oleg Kuznetsov 7 2 4 in 1986, 3 in 1990
Aleksandr Zavarov 7 2 4 in 1986, 3 in 1990
13. Andrei Bal 6 2 4 in 1982, 2 in 1986
Valeri Karpin 6 2 3 in 1994, 3 in 2002
Anzor Kavazashvili 6 2 2 in 1966, 4 in 1970
Murtaz Khurtsilava 6 2 3 in 1966, 3 in 1970
Yuri Nikiforov 6 2 3 in 1994, 3 in 2002
Leonid Ostrovski 6 3 0 in 1958, 4 in 1962, 2 in 1966
Sergei Rodionov 6 2 2 in 1982, 4 in 1986
20. Sergei Baltacha 5 1 5 in 1982
Anatoli Banishevski 5 1 5 in 1966
Aleksandr Chivadze 5 2 5 in 1982, 0 in 1986
Yuri Gavrilov 5 1 5 in 1982
Sergei Gorlukovich 5 2 3 in 1990, 2 in 1994
Anatoli Ilyin 5 1 5 in 1958
Vladimir Kesarev 5 1 5 in 1958
Galimzyan Khusainov 5 2 1 in 1962, 4 in 1966
Konstantin Krizhevski 5 1 5 in 1958
Boris Kuznetsov 5 1 5 in 1958
Eduard Malofeyev 5 1 5 in 1966
Igor Netto 5 2 1 in 1958, 4 in 1962
Viktor Onopko 5 2 2 in 1994, 3 in 2002
Vladimir Ponomaryov 5 1 5 in 1966
Ramaz Shengelia 5 1 5 in 1982
Nikita Simonyan 5 1 5 in 1958
Viktor Tsaryov 5 1 5 in 1958
Yuri Voinov 5 1 5 in 1958
Ivan Yaremchuk 5 2 3 in 1986, 2 in 1990
39. Valentin Afonin 4 2 1 in 1966, 3 in 1970
Kakhi Asatiani 4 1 4 in 1970
Igor Belanov 4 1 4 in 1986
Vladimir Beschastnykh 4 2 1 in 1994, 3 in 2002
Anatoly Bishovets 4 1 4 in 1970
Vasily Danilov 4 1 4 in 1966
Vitali Daraselia 4 1 4 in 1982
Aleksandr Ivanov 4 1 4 in 1958
Alexander Kerzhakov 4 2 1 in 2002, 3 in 2014
Vitali Khmelnitski 4 1 4 in 1970
Gennadi Litovchenko 4 2 1 in 1986, 3 in 1990
Anatoli Maslyonkin 4 2 0 in 1958, 4 in 1962
Vladimir Muntyan 4 1 4 in 1970
Viktor Ponedelnik 4 1 4 in 1962
Oleg Protasov 4 2 1 in 1986, 3 in 1990
Vasili Rats 4 2 3 in 1986, 1 in 1990
Yozhef Sabo 4 2 0 in 1962, 4 in 1966
Viktor Serebryanikov 4 3 0 in 1962, 2 in 1966, 2 in 1970
Tengiz Sulakvelidze 4 1 4 in 1982
Gennadi Yevryuzhikhin 4 1 4 in 1970