International week schedule
17 players from Paris Saint-Germain's women's team have joined up with their respective national teams for the current international break. Check out their schedule below (all times given in CET).
SAKINA KARCHAOUI / GRACE GEYORO / SANDY BALTIMORE / KADIDIATOU DIANI / MARIE-ANTOINETTE KATOTO - FRANCE
Over the international break, the Parisian quintet of Sakina Karchaoui, Grace Geyoro, Sandy Baltimore, Kadidiatou Diani and Marie-Antoinette Katoto will take part in France's next two qualifiers for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup to be held in Australia and New Zealand. Les Bleues, who currently top Group I with six wins from as many games, will be looking to extend their excellent run against Wales at 20:45 this Friday at Parc y Scarlets, then against Slovenia four days later at 21:10 at the MMArena in Le Mans.
AMANDA ILESTEDT - SWEDEN
Amanda Ilestedt's Sweden will also be playing two World Cup qualifiers over the international break. The Blågult, who lead Group A with five wins from as many games, will be looking to continue their perfect run against Georgia at 18:00 this Thursday at Tengiz Burjanadze Stadium in Gori, then against the Republic of Ireand five days later at 18:30 at Gamla Ullevi in Gothenburg.
BARBORA VOTIKOVÁ - CZECH REPUBLIC
Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Barbora Votiková will take part in the Czech Republic's upcoming World Cup qualifier over the international break. The Národní tým, who are currently third in Group C with five points from four games, will come up against Iceland, who sit four points ahead of them in the standings, at 20:45 next Tuesday at Na Stínadlech in Teplice.
CELIN BIZET ILDHUSØY - NORWAY
Two World Cup qualifiers are on the agenda for Paris Saint-Germain striker Celin Bizet Ildhusøy over the international break. The Gresshoppene, who are currently top of Group F with 16 points from six games, will face Kosovo this Thursday at 18:00 at Sandejford Arena in Sandejford, then Poland five days later at 19:00 at Ullevaal Stadion in Oslo.
PAULINA DUDEK - POLAND
Paulina Dudek's Poland will also be playing two World Cup qualifiers over the international break. The Biało-czerwoni, who sit third in Group F, will take on Armenia at 20:15 this Thursday at the Stadion Miejski w Gdyni in Gdynia before the capital club's number 4 crosses paths with teammate Celin Bizet Ildhusøy in Oslo five days later.
RAMONA BACHMANN - SWITZERLAND
Two World Cup qualifying matches are on the menu for Ramona Bachmann's Switzerland over the international break. La Nati, who lead Group G with six wins from as many games, will come up against Romania at 18:45 this Friday at the Stadionul Arcul de Triumf in Bucharest, then Italy four days later at 17:45 at Stockhorn Arena in Thun.
ASHLEY LAWRENCE / JORDYN HUITEMA - CANADA
Ashley Lawrence's and Jordyn Huitema's Canada will play a double header of friendlies against Nigeria over the international break. The first encounter will take place at 19:30 this Friday at BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, with the second one set for three days later at the same time at Starlight Stadium in Langford.
LUANA - BRAZIL
Luana will head to Spain to take part in Brazil's two friendlies over the international break. The Seleção Feminina will take on La Roja this Thursday at the Estadio Rico Pérez in Alicante, then Hungary four days later at Pinatar Arena in San Pedro del Pinatar.
ÉLISA DE ALMEIDA / LÉA KHELIFI - FRANCE U23
A double header of friendlies against Belgium is on the agenda for Élisa De Almeida and Léa Khelifi with France's U23s over the international break. The two teams will face each other on Wednesday 6th and Saturday 9th April, with both games taking place at 16:00 at Proximus Basecamp in Tubize.
JADE LE GUILLY - FRANCE U20
Together with Paris Saint-Germain's U19 players Magnaba Folquet and Océane Hurtré, Jade Le Guilly will take part in France U20s' friendly against Sweden over the international break. Les Bluettes and the Blågult will face each other this Friday at the Stade Omnisports du Chemin de Ronde in Croissy-sur-Seine.
LAURINA FAZER - FRANCE U19
Together with Paris Saint-Germain's U19 players Océane Toussaint and Manssita Traoré, Laurina Fazer will take part in the second round of qualifying for the 2022 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship in the Czech Republic. There, Les Bluettes will face Greece on Wednesday 6th April and the Republic of Ireland three days later at 15:00 at Bazaly in Ostrava before taking on the host country another three days later at the same time at Stovky in Frýdek-Místek.