When and where will members of Liverpool’s men’s squad be playing during the international break? Read our preview of their September fixtures to find out.
Cody Gakpo and Virgil van Dijk have been included in the Netherlands’ squad for their Euro 2024 Group B qualifiers against Greece and the Republic of Ireland respectively.
They could meet clubmates Caoimhin Kelleher and Kostas Tsimikas in those matches, too, with Oranje’s home clash with Tsimikas’ Greece taking place on Thursday September 7 followed by a trip to Dublin to meet Kelleher’s Republic of Ireland three days later.
Kelleher and Ireland visit Parc des Princes for a game versus France – for whom Ibrahima Konate has withdrawn due to injury – on September 7 and, after their trip to Eindhoven, Tsimikas and Greece host Gibraltar on September 10.
Diogo Jota, Andy Robertson and Dominik Szoboszlai are also set to be involved in European Championship qualifying action.
Jota and Portugal visit Slovakia on September 8 and host Luxembourg on September 11, Robertson’s Scotland travel to Cyprus on September 8, and Szoboszlai’s Hungary travel to Serbia on September 7 and welcome Czechia to Budapest three days later.
After their match in Larnaca, Scotland host England in a friendly at Hampden Park on September 12. Trent Alexander-Arnold has withdrawn from England’s squad for that fixture and their Euros qualifier versus Ukraine due to injury.
Four Liverpool players are with their nations ahead of the opening rounds of CONMEBOL qualification fixtures for the 2026 World Cup.
Alisson Becker’s Brazil welcome Bolivia on September 8 and visit Peru four days later, while Luis Diaz and Colombia host Venezuela on September 7 and travel to Chile on September 12.
Alexis Mac Allister’s World Cup holders Argentina begin their qualifying campaign with a home clash with Ecuador on September 7 prior to a trip to Bolivia on September 12, and Darwin Nunez and Uruguay meet Chile at home (September 8) and Ecuador away (September 12).
Elsewhere, Mohamed Salah’s Egypt meet Ethiopia in Africa Cup of Nations qualifying in Cairo on September 8 and are then scheduled to face Tunisia in a friendly on September 11, while Wataru Endo’s Japan will play friendlies against Germany (September 9) and Turkey (September 12).
Three of Jürgen Klopp’s Reds are in their countries’ U21 squads.
Stefan Bajcetic is part of Spain’s party for their 2025 U21 Euros qualifiers versus Malta (September 8) and Scotland (September 11), with Ben Doak among the Scottish squad set to visit Jaen for the second of those matches.
Finally, Harvey Elliott is in England’s squad for their Euros qualifier away to Luxembourg on September 11.