In our regular Sunday feature, FIFA.com presents you with some of the biggest names from Planet Football who will be celebrating their birthdays over the coming week.
12. Roda Antar (30) spent almost eight years in the Bundesliga with Hamburg, Freiburg and most recently Cologne. The Lebanese midfielder moved to China with Shandong Luneng in March 2009, where he continues to rack up the goals.
13. Fabio Cannavaro (37), who captained Italy to FIFA World Cup™ glory in 2006, celebrates his big day on Monday. After lifting the most coveted trophy in world football into the Berlin sky, the central defender continued his career with Real Madrid and Juventus before joining Al Ahli of the United Arab Emirates in June.
14. Sunday Oliseh (36) played for a number of clubs in Belgium, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany before calling time on his career in 2006. The former Nigerian international's greatest success was a gold medal at the 1996 Olympic Football Tournament.
15. Marko Pantelic (32) was part of the Serbia squad that bowed out at the group stages of South Africa 2010. He recently agreed a deal with Greek outfit Olympiakos, having previously led the line for Crvena Zvezda, Hertha Berlin and Ajax.
16. Manuel Pellegrini (57) spent the entirety of his playing career with homeland club Universidad de Chile, making 451 league appearances. His most recent managerial post came at Spanish giants Real Madrid, where he was replaced by Jose Mourinho at the end of last season.
17. Bakary Kone (29) missed out on the Côte d'Ivoire squad for the 2010 FIFA World Cup despite appearing in five of his country's qualifying matches for the tournament. The former Marseille frontman recently joined Qatari club Lekhwiya.
18. Sol Campbell (36) was a mainstay in the England national team between 1996 and 2007. The towering defender has spent almost his entire career in the Premier League, first with Tottenham Hotspur and later with their North London rivals Arsenal. Campbell now plays for newly-promoted Newcastle United.