A maximum of nine Barcelona players can make their World Cup debut The World Cup is already underway in Qatar with the opening match between hosts Qatar and Ecuador scheduled for Sunday. Barcelona's first player in action was Frenkie de Jong in the Netherlands' 2-0 win over Senegal on Monday, the Dutchman's first appearance in the competition. (First Week Of World Cup) There will be many more opportunities for Barcelona players to make their debut in the competition over the next week. Monday In Orange On Monday, midfielder De Jong and forward Memphis played against Senegal. De Jong provided the cross for Cody Gakpo's header for the opening goal in a 2–0 win on his first World Cup appearance. The Barca midfielder played in Euro 2020 last summer in which the Netherlands reached the round of 16. He made his debut with the national team in a friendly match against Peru in September 2018, two months after the last World Cup in Russia. Another possible debut is on Tuesday France's Barca defender Jules Conde could have his first World Cup appearance for France against Australia on Tuesday. The versatile center-back played for France at last season's European Championships, but this is his first time for the team on the world stage. (First Week Of World Cup) Seven Possible On Wednesday On Wednesday, the Spanish team will play in Qatar for the first time with Eric Garcia, Pedri, Gavi, Ansu Fati, Ferran Torres, and Balde when Luis Enrique's side take on Costa Delicious. Alejandro Bald could make his international debut at the same time as his World Cup debut as a late call-up to the squad, something that had not happened since 2002 when Albert Luque and Coque Contreras played for Spain during the World Cup. Had his first performance. in that summer. German Mark ter Stegen will have the opportunity to enjoy his first minutes at the World Cup in his country's match against Japan. The Barcelona goalkeeper is in the squad for his second World Cup but is yet to set foot on the field in the tournament with Germany.