The schedule for Paris Saint-Germain's internationals
With 15 players from Paris Saint-Germain’s women’s team having joined up with their respective national sides for the current international break, check out their schedules below (all times given in CET).
ELISA DE ALMEIDA / SAKINA KARCHAOUI / GRACE GEYORO / MARIE-antoinette katoto - FRANCE
The French national team, which features Paris's Elisa De Almeida, Sakina Karchaoui, Grace Geyoro and Marie-Antoinette Katoto, will be playing the final two games of their UEFA Women's Nations League group-stage campaign over the next two weeks. Currently top of Group A2 with ten points from four games, Les Bleues will face second-placed Austria at 21:10 on Friday at Rennes's Roazhon Park before taking on third-placed Portugal at 21:00 at the Estádio Dr. Magalhães Pessoa in Leiria four days later.
JACKIE GROENEN / LIEKE MARTENS - NETHERLANDS
Two UWNL fixtures are also on the agenda for Jackie Groenen's and Lieke Martens's Netherlands over the international break. De Leeuwinnen, who lead Group A1 with nine points, will travel to London to face third-placed England at 20:45 on Friday at Wembley Stadium before welcoming second-placed Belgium to the Koning Willem II Stadion in Tilburg four days later, also at 20:45.
AMALIE VANGSGAARD - DENMARK
Another team with two Nations League games ahead of them is Amalie Vangsgaard's Denmark. De rød-hvide, who sit in pole position in Group A3 with four wins from as many matches, are set to take on second-placed Germany at 20:30 on Friday at Rostock's Ostseestadion before entertaining third-placed Iceland at 19:30 three days later at Viborg Stadion.
VIOLA CALLIGARIS / RAMONA BACHMANN - SWITZERLAND
A Nations League double header also lies in store for Viola Calligaris's and Ramona Bachmann's Switzerland over the next fortnight. La Nati, who are currently languishing at the bottom of Group A4 with four defeats from as many games, will host second-placed Sweden at 20:00 on Friday at Lucerne's Swissporarena before crossing swords with third-placed Italy at 19:00 four days later at Parma's Stadio Ennio Tardini.
KATARZYNA KIEDRZYNEK - POLAND
Katarzyna Kiedrzynek's Poland will also be in UWNL action over the current international break, as the Biało-czerwone, who are currently top of Group B3 with ten points, take on third-placed Ukraine at 18:00 on Friday in Stalowa Wola before facing fourth-placed Greece at 19:00 four days later in Sosnowiec.
CLARE HUNT - AUSTRALIA
A double header of friendlies against Canada is what's on the menu for Clare Hunt's Australia over the international break, with the first game taking place at 19:30 on Friday at the Starlight Stadium in Langford, British Columbia, and the second being played at 19:00 four days later at BC Place in Vancouver.
KORBIN ALBERT - UNITED STATES
Korbin Albert's United States also have two friendlies lined up over the next two weeks, this time against China. The first of the two fixtures will be held at 15:00 on Saturday at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while the second will take place at 20:00 three days later at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. Could this be the Rouge et Bleu player's chance to earn her first-ever senior cap with The Stars and Stripes?
JADE LE GUILLY / THINIBA SAMOURA / LAURINA FAZER - FRANCE U23
Finally, Jade Le Guilly, Thiniba Samoura and Laurina Fazer will also be playing a pair of friendlies over the international break after being called up to France's U23s. Les Bleuettes will firstly take on their English counterparts at 16:00 on Thursday at the Parc des Sports Nelson Mandela in Montmorency, just north of central Paris, before facing Norway at 15:00 four days later in Mealhada, Portugal.