Here's the rundown of who is playing where, and when, across the globe this June.
Christian Eriksen, Christian Nørgaard, and Mathias Jensen
France vs Denmark: Nations League A1, Stade De France, Paris, Friday 3 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Austria vs Denmark: Nations League A1, Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna, Monday 6 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Denmark vs Croatia: Nations League A1, Parken, Copenhagen, Friday 10 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Denmark vs Austria: Nations League A1, Parken, Copenhagen, Monday 13 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Our Danish trio get their Nations League A campaign underway with four games in ten days later this month. Starting off with the reigning Champions, Denmark also face Austria twice and Croatia as the bulk of the 2022/23 Nations League campaign is played this summer. Mads Bech and Mads Roerslev were also called up as part of the initial training squad and are on standby for the above fixtures.
Spain vs Portugal: Nations League A2, Estadio Benito Villamarín, Seville, Thursday 2 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Czech Republic vs Spain: Nations League A2, Sinobo Stadium, Prague, Sunday 5 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Switzerland vs Spain: Nations League A2, Stade de Genève, Geneva, Thursday 9 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Spain vs Czech Republic: Nations League A2, La Rosaleda, Malaga, Sunday 12 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Fresh from making his Spain debut back in March, David Raya is once again among the goalkeepers called up by Luis Enrique. Spain begin with an Iberian derby before working their way through Central Europe and returning to home soil to take on Czech Republic.
DR Congo vs Gabon: AFCON Qualifying, Stade des Martyrs de la Pentecôte, Kinshasa, Saturday 4 June, 5pm kick-off
Sudan vs DR Congo: AFCON Qualifying, Al Hilal Stadium, Omdurman, Wednesday 8 June, 8pm kick-off
It’s the beginning of 2023 African Cup of Nations Qualifying for Yoane Wissa and DR Congo this month. Mauritania also make up Group I with the top two sides guaranteeing their spot in Cote D’Ivoire next summer.
Finland vs Bosnia and Herzegovina: Nations League B3, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Saturday 4 June, 5pm kick-off
Finland vs Montenegro: Nations League B3, Helsinki Olympic Stadium, Helsinki, Tuesday 7 June, 5pm kick-off
Romania vs Finland: Nations League B3, Stadionul Rapid-Giulești, Bucharest, Saturday 11 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Bosnia and Herzegovina vs Finland: Nations League B3, Bilino Polje, Zenica, Tuesday 14 June, 7.45pm kick-off
A final-day defeat to Wales denied Finland promotion to Group A during the last Nations League cycle. Now they are back to begin their Group B campaign with a pair of games on home soil before heading to the Balkans for their next two games.
Egypt vs Guinea: AFCON Qualifying, Cairo International Stadium, Cairo, Sunday 5 June, 8pm kick-off
Guinea vs Malawi: AFCON Qualifying, General Lansana Conté Stadium, Conakry, Thursday 9 June, 8pm kick-off
Julian returns to the international fold after nearly two-years out through injury as Guinea begin their march towards Cote D’Ivoire 2023. First up it’s the beaten finalists in 2021, Egypt, before a home game against Malawi. Ethopia make up the quartet in D.
Turkey vs Faroe Islands: Nations League C1, Başakşehir Fatih Terim Stadium, Istanbul, Saturday 4 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Lithuania vs Turkey: Nations League C1, LFF Stadium, Vilnius, Tuesday 7 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Luxembourg vs Turkey: Nations League C1, Stade de Luxembourg, Luxembourg City, Saturday 11 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Turkey vs Lithuania: Nations League C1, Gürsel Aksel Stadium, Göztepe, Tuesday 14 June, 7.45pm kick-off
Turkey were relegated to Group C last time out but will be looking for a quick return. Halil was last called up by his nation back in November but returns for this Nations League cycle with four goals in nine international appearances to his name.
Denmark Under-21 vs Kazakhstan: European Championship Qualifying, Vejle Stadion, Velje, Saturday 4 June, 2pm kick-off
Denmark Under-21 vs Scotland: European Championship Qualifying, Vejle Stadion, Velje, Friday 10 June, 5pm kick-off
Denmark Under-21 vs Turkey: European Championship Qualifying, Vejle Stadion, Velje, Tuesday 14 June, 5pm kick-off
A strong finish to their Under-21 European Championship Qualifying campaign could secure Denmark an automatic route through to Romania and Georgia next summer. At the very least, Mads and his teammates need four points from these games to secure a Play-Off place.
Australia Under-23 vs Kuwait: AFC Asian Cup, Markaziy Stadium, Qarshi, Wednesday 1 June, 2pm kick-off
Australia Under-23 vs Iraq: AFC Asian Cup, Markaziy Stadium, Qarshi, Saturday 4 June, 2pm kick-off
Australia Under-23 vs Jordan: AFC Asian Cup, Lokomotiv Stadium, Tashkent, Tuesday 7 June, 2pm kick-off
Lachlan Brook and Australia are in Uzbekistan for the latest Under-23 AFC Asian Cup. Australia enter as one of the top four seeds, having finished third last time round, and will be looking to make a deep run this month.
Wales Under-21 vs Netherlands: European Championship Qualifying, Parc-Y-Scarlets, Llanelli, Saturday 11 June, 5pm kick-off
Wales Under-21 vs Gibraltar: European Championship Qualifying, Parc-Y-Scarlets, Llanelli, Tuesday 14 June, 5pm kick-off
It’s all about finishing strong for Wales in Under-21 European Championship Qualifying. While Qualification is out of the question, Wales can still finish third and grab themselves a more favourable group for the next round of qualifying which begins in the autumn.