Where do Atlanta United’s players come from?

If you haven't seen it, MLS produced this excellent graphic on the birth countries represented by its players.

There are 67 countries in the list.

Someone on twitter pointed out this Atlanta United has contributed to this. The MLS expansion team has 13 countries repped in its 30-man roster.

Here is the breakdown:

Argentina: Yamil Asad, Leandro Pirez and Hector Villalba

Chile: Carlos Carmona

England: Harrison Heath, Tyrone Mears and Anton Walkes

Germany: Julian Gressel and Kevin Kratz

Ghana: Jeffrey Otoo

Greece: Alexander Tambakis

Honduras: Bryan Rochez

Ireland: Chris McCann

Jamaica: Romario Williams

Paraguay: Miguel Almiron

Trinidad and Tobago: Kenwyne Jones

U.S.: Mike Ambrose (Texas), Mark Bloom (Georgia), Andrew Carleton (Georgia), Greg Garza (Texas), Chris Goslin (Georgia), Alec Kann (Georgia), Jeff Larentowciz (Pennsylvania), Zach Loyd (Oklahoma), Michael Parkhurst (Rhode Island), Jacob Peterson (Michigan), Kyle Reynish (California), Miles Robinson (Massachusetts), Brandon Vazquez (California) and Andrew Wheeler-Omiunu (Massachusetts).

Venezuela: Josef Martinez.