- Find out who will be the oldest and youngest at Russia 2017
- Why history doesn't bode well for the tournament's four foreign coaches
- What makes Mexico and Marquez stand out from the crowd
38 years and four months is the age that makes Rafa Marquez the oldest player at Russia 2017. If fielded, the Mexico stalwart will become the second-oldest player in Confederations Cup history, behind Ali Boumnijel, who took to the field at the age of 39 years and two months in 2005. Marquez is also the only player at Russia 2017 who has already lifted this trophy.
36 years and 98 days old is the age at which Anthony Hudson will become the Confederations Cup's youngest-ever coach when he takes charge of the All Whites in their opening match. The record currently belongs to former Nigeria coach Shaibu Amodu, who was 36 years and 263 days old when he managed the Super Eagles at the 1995 edition.
29 years and one month is the average age of the Chile squad, making it the oldest ever seen at a Confederations Cup. Germany have taken a different approach altogether, selecting Russia 2017's most youthful squad with an average age of just 24 years and four months.
18 years old Dane Ingham could become the second-youngest player ever seen at a Confederations Cup. His New Zealand team-mate at Russia 2017, Chris Wood, holds the record, having played at South Africa 2009 six months after turning 17.
7 editions of the Confederations Cup is the milestone Mexico will reach in Russia, taking them level with Brazil's record tally. El Tri are the only previous winners among the eight teams vying for the title this year.
4 Confederations Cup titles (1997, 2005, 2009, 2013) have comfortably established Brazil as the tournament's most successful team. France, winners in 2001 and 2003, are the only other team to have won the competition more than once. Brazil have also won far more Confederations Cup matches than any other team, with 23 victories putting them 14 clear of second-placed Mexico and France.
3 European teams will compete at Russia 2017: the hosts, world champions Germany and UEFA EURO winners Portugal. This is the first Confederations Cup to involve three teams from the same confederation.
3 of the nine Confederations Cups to date have been won by the host nation: Mexico in 1999, France in 2003 and Brazil in 2013. Can Russia make it four from ten?
0 foreign coaches have led their country to glory at the Confederations Cup. Half of the men in charge at Russia 2017 - not to mention the fans of Cameroon, Chile, Mexico and New Zealand - will be hoping to see that statistic consigned to the rubbish bin on 2 July.