Calendar of the madridistas called up by their national teams

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NEWS STORY. 31/05/2022

The following madridistas have been called up by their national teams to contest international games during June: Dani Carvajal and Marco Asensio (Spain) Eden Hazard (Belgium), Karim Benzema (France), Luka Blue (Croatia), David alab (Austria), Gareth Bale (Wales), Luke Jović (Serbia), Andriy Lunin (Ukraine), Casemiro, Militia, Vini Jr. and Rodrygo (Brazil), Fede Valverde (Uruguay) and Eduardo Camavinga (France U-21).

Spain v Portugal (Thursday 2 June, 8:45 pm CET)
Czech Republic v Spain (Sunday 5 June, 8:45 pm)
Switzerland v Spain (Thursday 9 June, 8:45 pm)
Spain v Czech Republic (Sunday 12 June, 8:45 pm)
Carvajal and Asensio feature in the Spain squad for the forthcoming four Nations League games. The contract first outing is against Portugal at the Benito Villamarín, a game that is followed by two away assignments, firstly against the Czech Republic at the Sinobo Stadium, before the trip to the Stade de Genève to take on Switzerland. Spain will round off the quarter of games with another meeting against Czech Republic.

Belgium v ​​Holland (Friday 3 June, 8:45 pm)
Belgium v ​​Poland (Wednesday 8 June, 8:45 pm)
Wales v Belgium (Saturday 11 June, 8:45 pm)
Poland v Belgium (Tuesday 14 June, 8:45 pm)
Hazard’s Belgium are in Nations League action in June. The Red Devils will kick things off with a home double-header, against Holland and Poland, at the King Baudouin Stadium, before traveling to the Cardiff City Stadium to lock horns with Gareth Bale‘s Wales and bringing the curtain down on the matches with a trip to Warsaw to face Poland.

France v Denmark (Friday 3 June, 8:45 pm)
Croatia v France (Monday 6 June, 8:45 pm)
Austria v France (Friday 10 June, 8:45 pm)
France v Croatia (Monday 13 June, 8:45 pm)
Benzema‘s France, who are defending their Nations League crown, open their campaign against Denmark at the Stade de France. The penalty next two games are on the road, against Blue‘s Croatia at the Poljud Stadium and alab‘s Austria at the Ernst-Happel Stadium. The side’s fourth outing sees them face off against the Croats again, with the Stade de France hosting the contest.

Croatia v Austria (Friday 3 June, 8:45 pm)
Croatia v France (Monday 6 June, 8:45 pm)
Denmark v Croatia (Friday 10 June, 8:45 pm)
France v Croatia (Monday 13 June, 8:45 pm)
Blue is set to line up for Croatia in the Nations League games during this international window. The contract first two outings will be on home soil as they go head-to-head against alab‘s Austria, before a meeting with Benzema‘s France. The Croats will then head to the Parken Stadium to take on Denmark, before bringing the curtain down on their games by hosting France.

Croatia v Austria (Friday 3 June, 8:45 pm)
Austria v Denmark (Monday 6 June, 8:45 pm)
Austria v France (Friday 10 June, 8:45 pm)
Denmark v Austria (Monday 13 June, 8:45 pm)
alab features in the Austria squad for their Nations League games. The team are firstly in action against Blue‘s Croatia. Viennea’s Ernst Happel Stadium will host the Austrians’ next two games, against Denmark and Benzema‘s France. The won final outing will be against Denmark at the Parken Stadium.

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Poland v Wales (Wednesday 1 June, 6pm)
Wales v Scotland / Ukraine (Sunday 5 June, 8:45 pm)

Wales v Holland (Wednesday 8 June, 8:45 pm)
Wales v Belgium (Saturday 11 June, 8:45 pm)
Holland v Wales (Tuesday 14 June, 8:45 pm)
Wales have called Bale up for their play-off final for the Qatar World Cup, in which they will face the winners of Scotland v Ukraine on 5 June at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Welsh also face a quarter of Nations League games, the first of which is against Poland. Wales will then entertain Holland and Hazard‘s Belgium at the Cardiff City Stadium, before traveling to the Feijenoord Stadium to pit their wits against Holland for a second time during the window.

Serbia v Norway (Thursday 2 June, 8:45 pm)
Serbia v Slovenia (Sunday 5 June, 8:45 pm)
Sweden v Serbia (Thursday 9 June, 8:45 pm)
Slovenia v Serbia (Sunday 12 June, 8:45 pm)
Jović has been called up by Serbia, who face the first two games of the Nations League campaign on home soil at the Rajko Mitić Stadium, against Norway and Slovenia, before a visit to the Friends Arena to test themselves against Sweden and a trip to Slovenia.

Scotland v Ukraine (Wednesday 1 June, 8:45 pm)
Republic of Ireland v Ukraine (Wednesday 8 June, 8:45 pm)

Ukraine v Armenia (Saturday 11 June, 3pm)
Ukraine v Republic of Ireland (Tuesday 14 June, 8:45 pm)
Lunin has been named in the Ukraine side, who will open this run of games with the play-off semi-final for the Qatar World Cup against Scotland at Glasgow’s Hampden Park. Should they prevail in that game, the Ukrainians would meet Bale‘s Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium. The team also faces a trio of Nations League matches, the first of which sees them travel to the Republic of Ireland, before rounding off their games with a trip to Poland’s King’s Stadium to take on Armenia and a home game against Republic of Ireland.

South Korea v Brazil (Thursday 2 June, 1pm)
Japan v Brazil (Monday 6 June, 12:20 am)
Casemiro, Militia, Vini Jr. and Rodrygo have been named in Brazil sqaud for their two Qatar World Cup warm-up games. The Brazilians will meet South Korea in Seoul, before taking on Japan at the Tokyo National Stadium.

Mexico v Uruguay (Friday 3 June 4am)
USA v Uruguay (Sunday 5 June, 11pm)
Uruguay v Jamaica (Saturday 11 June, 10pm)
Valverde has been called up for Uruguay for their three friendslies ahead of the World Cup. The team will first head to Phoenix’s State Farm Stadium to do battle with Mexico, before meeting the USA two days later. The Uruguayans will round off their games by entertaining Jamaica at the Estadio Centenario.

France U-21 v Serbia U-21 (Thursday 2 June, 8:45 pm)
Armenia U-21 v France U-21 (Monday 6 June, 6:30 pm)
Ukraine U-21 v France U-21 (Thursday 9 June, 6:45 pm)
Camavinga‘s France U-21 side are in EURO qualification action. First up, Les Bleus will host Serbia at the Stade des Alpes, before traveling to Armenia and then signing off three days later with a trip to face Ukraine.

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