What our internationals are up to

This week, Paris Saint-Germain have no matches scheduled due to the international break. However, several capital club players will be on duty with their respective national teams in Euro 2024 qualifying action.


France and its Parisians (Luka Karabatic and Elohim Prandi) will try to confirm their good start to the qualification campaign. Winners in their first two matches (against Latvia and Italy), they will have the tough task of playing a double-headers against one of their Rouge et Bleu teammates: Kamil Syprzak. Our Polish pivot will first host his Parisian teammates in Gdansk (Wednesday 8 March), before facing France on their home turf, in Aix-en-Provence (Saturday 11 March).


The Netherlands are in Group 5, with one win (over Belgium) and one loss (to Greece) so far. The objective for Luc Steins and his teammates will be to turn their record into a winning one as they play two games against Croatia (winners of their first two matches). The matches will take place in Eindhoven on Wednesday and in Osijek on Sunday. 


Finally, after being away from the court for a year, Dominik Mathé is getting back into form. Following his excellent debut with Paris Saint-Germain (which saw win a place in the EHF Champions League Best 7 for Matchday 14), Dom' is back with the Hungarian national team. In a Group 6 where they have already won their first two matches, Hungary will look to continue the series against Switzerland (in Schaffhausen on Thursday, then Tatabanya on Sunday).

(Credits: J. Azouze/PSG)