Another international break is here, unfortunately... Although we miss out on cheering on Liverpool, we can still watch some of the Reds in action.
16 Reds have been called up to play for their respective countries. Take a look below to see which LFC players are off this International break and who and when they'll be playing.
Andy Robertson - Scotland 🏴 - Games against Spain and France on October 12th and 17th
Trent Alexander-Arnold - England 🏴 - Games against Australia and Italy on October 13th and 17th
Ibrahima Konate - France 🇫🇷 - Games against Netherlands and Germany on October 13th and 17th
Virgil van Dijk - Netherlands 🇳🇱 - Games against France and Ireland on October 13th and 16th
Kostas Tsimikas - Greece 🇬🇷 - Games against Ireland and Netherlands on October 13th and 16th
Dominik Szoboszlai - Hungary 🇭🇺 - Games against Serbia and Lithuania on October 14th and 17th
Diogo Jota - Portugal 🇵🇹 - Games against Slovakia and Bosnia-Herzegovina on October 13th and 16th
Mohamed Salah - Egypt 🇪🇬 - Games against Zambia and Algeria on October 12th and 16th
Wataru Endo - Japan 🇯🇵 - Games against Canada and Tunisia on October 13th and 17th
Alisson Becker - Brazil 🇧🇷 - Games against Venezuela and Uruguay on Octocber 12th and 17th
Darwin Núñez - Uruguay 🇺🇾 - Games against Colombia and Brazil on October 12th and 17th
Luis Díaz - Colombia 🇨🇴 - Games against Uruguay and Ecuador on October 12th and 17th
Alexis Mac Allister - Argentina 🇦🇷 - Games against Paraguay and Peru on October 12th and 17th
Harvey Elliott - England U21 🏴 - Games against Serbia and Slovakia on October 12th and 16th
Jarell Quansah - England U21 🏴 - Games against Serbia and Slovakia on October 12th and 16th
Ben Doak - Scotland U21 🏴 - Games against Hungary and Malta on October 13th and 17th
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Article by Matthew Taylor
Matthew has been with the Anfield Shop since October 2021. Matt loves everything football, and everything Liverpool! He attended Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, where he played football while also achieving an undergraduate degree in Marketing and a master's in Interactive Digital Media & Communications.