I believe its Tottenham, in fact I heard a stat saying that Tottenham has the most internationals than any team in Europe! I count 26 internationals in their squad (not including Under 21s, U17s, etc)
25 players- and I think british players under twenty one do not have to registered but are still eligible to play
There are 87 not including the England squad.
The football team with the largest squad is either Real Madrid or Manchester United.
The collective nouns are a squad of football players or a team of football players.
Including reserves, there are 44 players on the Liverpool squad.
A matchday squad is 18 players.
only 40% are English as of march 2006 - ie. 20 clubs * 25 per squad average / 40% = 200 players
26 for friendlies, 23 for international tournaments
No money is involved with the internation England Football Squad. Alternivatly players get Caps, hence the name used 'International Caps', proving you played for your country, including the date and team name.
Each team is allowed a squad of twenty-three, three of which must be goalkeepers.
You will need to be playing regular club football at the very top level, then your international manager will give you a call up to the squad. You will have to be considered in the top 24 players in your country to get a call up, realistically.