The 54 countries to have produced players for Hibs

Hibs have had players on their books from an astonishing 54 countries over the years.

Friday, 29th March 2019, 8:39 am
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 8:58 am
Current Australia internationals Mark Milligan, left, and Martin Boyle

From Algeria to West Germany, here's a look at some of the Hibs internationals...

Uncompromising left-back who made seven appearances for Hibs in 2008, and 22 for his country between 2003 and 2009 - including against Brazil, when he came up against Kaka
Martin Boyle and Mark Milligan are the two Australian caps in the current squad. Jamie Maclaren and Stuart Lovell also represented Australia during their Hibs careers

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Three Austrians have played for Hibs' first team but only Alen Orman was capped. Dietrich and Guggi appeared briefly during the 1998/99 season with Orman playing between 2001-05
The on-loan Genoa midfielder is currently part of Belgium U21 and should take part in Euro 2019 this summer.
Dreadlocked defender who played 29 times for Hibs and captained Benin. Currently runs football academy in Senegal co-founded with French legends Patrick Vieira and Bernard Lama
The midfielder, who joined Hibs in January 2019, represents Burundi, his father's homeland and has just helped them qualify for the Africa Cup of Nations for the first time
Played more than 30 games for Hibs, scoring one goal in a 3-2 win over Celtic. Capped once for Cameroon in 2004.
Paul Fenwick won the 2000 CONCACAF Gold Cup with Canada. Goalkeeper Mike Franks was capped at U20 and U23 level while Emilio Bottiglieri and Russell Huggon were also from Canada
Fans' favourite turned out for Congo after representing France at U19 level. Bagged 22 goals in 54 games for Hibs
Giant goalkeeper played 3 times for DR Congo, but was capped for Belgium at U23 level. Spent 3 years with Hibs and is now with Wycombe Wanderers
Current Cardiff defender has 44 caps for the Ivory Coast. Striker Franck Dja Djdj was capped at U23 level.
Goalkeeping duo were both capped at Under-19 and Under-21 level for the Czech Republic
Laursen was capped 5 times by Denmark, Madsen 20. Hyldgaard was capped at U21 level. Laursen scored one goal, in a 2-0 win over Latvia
Leipzig-born midfield destroyer who was never capped but played for Bochum, Fortuna Dusseldorf and Hibs in 23-year career
Signed in 2001 and Eduardo Hurtado followed. Scored twice in a derby win over Hearts and was capped 101 times. Now a politician. Hurtado, dubbed 'The Tank' scored 26 in 74 for Ecuador but struggled at Hibs
Despite viewing himself as Scottish, rules meant Baker represented England. Scored 3 in 8 but was left out of the 1966 World Cup squad
Well-travelled striker appeared briefly for Hibs in the Championship. Has 57 caps for Estonia
All 3 were capped while at Hibs, and have 221 caps and 43 goals between them for Finland
"Le God" scored nine goals in 39 international appearances. Hibs have had a raft of French players on their books but only Sauzee has been capped by Les Bleus
Well-travelled striker Agogo scored 12 goals in 27 appearances for the Black Stars. Dickoh made 13 appearances while Agyepong has 5 so far
The versatile Mavrias has 5 caps so far and was on the bench for Greece's 2-2 draw with Bosnia & Herzegovina in Euro 2020 qualifying.
Loanee during the Tony Mowbray era, Rocastle turned out 12 times for Grenada, scoring once against French Guiana
Bustling striker was born in France but has 16 caps for Guadeloupe. Played in the 2008 Caribbean Cup and 2009 CONCACAF Gold Cup
Defensive midfielder has made 83 appearances for Honduras, winning the Copa Centroamericana in 2011 and appearing at the 2014 World Cup.
The trio have 40 caps (and one goal, courtesy of Sowunmi) between them. While Rosa and Sownumi have retired, Bogdan could earn more caps
Palsson and Gottskalksson have both been capped by the senior side (ten caps each) while Larusson earned 10 U21 caps
Of the many Irishmen to turn out for Hibs, Stokes won 9 caps, Colgan 10 while Doherty and Horgan are on 5 and 6 respectively
The Ashdod-born 'keeper has been capped 11 times by his country
Former HIbs striker has 10 caps for Jamaica while the winger, who now plays for East Kilbride, has been capped 12 times by the Reggae Boyz
Midfielder has 31 caps, while "Big Dave" has played 33 times. Trakys, who played under Colin Calderwood, was capped 11 times.
Despite being dubbed the "Mali Magician" (albeit with a heavy dose of irony), the striker was never capped by his country. Remains the only Malian to have represented Hibs to date
Defender who joined on loan from his hometown side in the summer of 2007. Capped once by Germany U21s.
Moroccan duo helped Hibs to League Cup glory in 2007, with "Benji" scoring 5 goals in 24 matches for Morocco while Zemmama added 1 in 7. Rherras was capped once in 2016
Only Nelom has been capped by the Dutch side out of the three Netherlands-born players to turn out for Hibs. Defender was capped twice in 2013
League Cup-winning defender represented Netherlands Antilles 3 times before a territorial reorganisation saw him aligned with Curacao, with whom he won 10 caps
Kiwi striker scored 16 goals in 48 games for the All-Whites and represented New Zealand at the 2010 World Cup
The recently-departed centre-back has more than 50 caps for the Super Eagles. Won the Africa Cup of Nations in 2013 and was named in 2014 World Cup squad.
Hibs have had a series of Northern Ireland caps in their ranks, most recently ex-captain James McPake, with more than 150 caps between them all
Norwegian trio have more than 30 caps between them; Gunnarsson's coming just days after winning the Scottish Cup with Hibs
Diminutive winger in the Development Squad has recently been called up to the Filipino national team for the first time
Three Polish 'keepers, but only Szamotulski has been capped (to date). Shaven-headed goalie won 13 caps between 2006 and 2013
Vaz Te (No.17) was capped 19 times by the U21s and a couple of times at U23 level but never won a full cap. Morais played twice for the U21s.
Hibs have had 64 players capped by Scotland to date. Jim Leighton is the second most-capped player of all time (91 caps) while Lawrie Reilly is fourth in the top goalscorers list
Born in Somalia but capped by Scotland at underage level. Could still represent his homeland or other countries through family ties as he has not been capped at senior level
Neither player has any caps for Spain, but Luna sparked an astonishing comeback in the UEFA Cup against AEK Athens in 2001
Diminutive striker played 5 times for Hibs in 2000 but remains St Lucia's all-time top goalscorer.
Hero of the 2003/04 League Cup semi-final win over Rangers, Andersson was capped once by Sweden
Kamberi has four U21 caps so could still represent Kosovo - but has his heart set on representing Switzerland. Konde also has U21 caps to his name
Former Grazer AK left-back, who made 18 appearances for Hibs, has ten caps for his country
Latapy won 81 caps for T&T while Rougier and Andrews won more than 60 combined, Latapy featured at the 2002 World Cup - T&T's debut in the competition
Montvideo-born midfielder played seven times for Hibs but was never capped by his country
Spector has 36 caps for the US while Baker scored 2 in 7 and Hyndman is currently on 2 caps.
Tudur Jones won 7 caps for Wales while Antell was capped at U19 level. Atherton captained Hibs to Scottish Cup and league glory in 1902 and 1903, and won 9 caps.
Neither player represented their country but Lehmann and Schmugge are the only West Germans to have featured for Hibs over the years