Sporting Kansas City's Kei Kamara and Teal Bunbury have been called up by their respective national teams. (Getty Images)

It will be a fairly slow week around these parts, seeing how MLS is pretty much off this weekend (except for two games). With a FIFA fixture on the calendar this weekend there are a full slew of MLSers involved in friendlies and even some World Cup qualifiers.

MLS released this list of players and I felt it was worth putting up here as well. A total of 51 players representing 17 different countries from 17 MLS clubs. Only San Jose failed to have anyone called up.

Chicago Fire
Marco Pappa (Guatemala)

Chivas USA
Ante Jazic (Canada)
Michael Umaña (Costa Rica)

* Heath Pearce was called by USA but withdrew because of injury

Colorado Rapids
Steward Ceus (Haiti)
Omar Cummings (Jamaica)
Jeff Larentowicz (USA)
Sanna Nyassi (Gambia)

Columbus Crew
Julius James (Trinidad and Tobago)
Robbie Rogers (USA)

D.C. United
Dwayne De Rosario (Canada)
Bill Hamid (USA)
Dejan Jakovic (Canada)
Andy Najar (Honduras)
Chris Pontius (USA)

FC Dallas
Marvin Chávez (Honduras)
Brek Shea (USA)

* Zach Loyd was called by USA but withdrew because of injury

Houston
Carlo Costly (Honduras)
Andre Hainault (Canada)
Jermaine Taylor (Jamaica)
Je-Vaughn Watson (Jamaica)

LA Galaxy
Landon Donovan (USA)
Robbie Keane (Ireland)
Chris Birchall (Trinidad and Tobago)

New England
Kenny Mansally (Gambia)

New York
Juan Agudelo (USA)
Bouna Coundoul (Senegal)
Rafa Márquez (Mexico)
Roy Miller (Costa Rica)
Tim Ream (USA)
Dane Richards (Jamaica)

Philadelphia
Keon Daniel (Trinidad and Tobago)

Portland
James Marcelin (Haiti)
Lovel Palmer (Jamaica)
Steve Purdy (El Salvador)
Rodney Wallace (Costa Rica)

Real Salt Lake
Jean Alexandre (Haiti)
Arturo Alvarez (El Salvador)
Kyle Beckerman (USA)
Will Johnson (Canada)
Álvario Saborío (Costa Rica)

Seattle
Terry Boss (Puerto Rico)

Sporting KC
Teal Bunbury (USA)
Roger Espinoza (Honduras)
Kei Kamara (Sierra Leone)
Shavar Thomas (Jamaica)

Toronto FC
Julian de Guzman (Canada)
Terry Dunfield (Canada)
Ryan Johnson (Jamaica)
Javier Martina (Curaçao)

Vancouver
Nizar Khalfan (Tanzania)
Mustapha Jarju (Gambia)