It may be the height of summer but there's no shortage of action for our international Bees over the coming weeks. Here's who is involved, when and where, around the globe.
John Egan and Alan Judge
France vs Republic of Ireland, Stade de France, Paris, Monday 28 May, kick-off 8pm
Republic of Ireland vs USA, Aviva Stadium, Dublin, Saturday 2 June, kick-off 8pm
John Egan and Alan Judge will be looking to add to their two caps each when The Boys in Green take on France and the USA this week. A trip to Paris to take on Didier Deschamps' World Cup bound Les Bleus will provide a tough test before a return to Dublin to take on the USA.
Andreas Bjelland and Henrik Dalsgaard
Sweden vs Denmark, Stockholm Olympic Stadium, Stockholm, Saturday 2 June, kick-off 6.45pm
Denmark vs Mexico, Brondby Stadium, Brondby, Saturday 9 June, kick-off 8pm
Places on the plane to Russia are up for grabs as Denmark play their final preparation games ahead of this summer's World Cup. Andreas and Henrik were mainstays in Denmark's qualification campaign and will be looking to cement their spot in Age Hareide's final 23 man squad, which will be named next Monday.
Wales vs Mexico, Rose Bowl, California, Tuesday 29 May, kick-off 2am
After earning his first cap under Ryan Giggs in March, 20-year-old Chris has been called up for the Red Dragons' game against Mexico in the USA. After making his first-team debut in September, Chris has passed test after test with flying colours but will face a tough assignment against a side hoping to have a good run in Russia this summer.
Marcus Forss and Jaakko Oksanen
Finland Under-19 vs Montenegro Under-20, Eerikkilä Sports Complex, Eerikkilä, Saturday 2 June, kick-off 6.30pm
Finland Under-19 vs Montenegro Under-20, Eerikkilä Sports Complex, Eerikkilä, Monday 4 June, kick-off 2pm
Finland continue the build-up to July's Under-19's European Championships, which will be held on home soil, with a brace of games against Montenegro next month. The draw for this summer's tournament, featuring holders England and Ellery Balcombe, France, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Turkey, Ukraine and The Finns, will be made on Wednesday with Marcus and Jaakko looking to impress ahead of the finals.
Latvia Under-19 vs Estonia Under-19, Šiauliai, Wednesday 6 June
Latvia Under-19 vs Lithuania Under-19, Panevežysi, Friday 8 June
Latvia Under-19 vs Finland Under-18, Šiauliai, Saturday 9 June
After earning his first cap for Latvia in March, David Titov was named in Aleksandrs Basovs for this summer's Baltic Cup. Latvia are the most successful nation in the Cup's history and will be looking for a sixth triumph in 11 years next week in Lithuania
(All kick-off times in UK time)