Many members of Erik ten Hag’s Manchester United team will soon represent their nations for the first time since the start of the 2023/24 campaign - including new recruit Sofyan Amrabat.

The upcoming international break sees players partake in a series of friendlies and qualifiers, with the vast amount of matches featuring Reds proving difficult for our supporters to keep a track of.

But don’t fret - we’ve broken them down so you don’t have to.

From Andre Onana’s Cameroon return to the first opportunity for our fans to follow how fellow summer arrivals such as Rasmus Hojlund (Denmark) and Amrabat (Morocco) get on for their nations, see our comprehensive guide below for how you can keep up with everything happening during the international break…


**England **begin the break with a UEFA Euro 2024 qualifier against Ukraine in Wroclaw, Poland on Saturday 9 September. The match takes place at 17:00 BST, with United’s **Harry Maguire **and **Marcus Rashford **in line to feature, having been called up to Gareth Southgate’s squad.

Three days later, on Tuesday 12 September (19:45 BST), the Three Lions face **Scotland **in a friendly at Hampden Park. Maguire and Rashford could come up against club team-mate **Scott McTominay, **who has been called up to the Scotland squad for this match and their away Euro 2024 qualifier against Cyprus on Friday 8 September.

Denmark **duo **Christian Eriksen and Hojlund have also been selected for the upcoming internationals, with the Scandinavians set for clashes with San Marino and Finland in Euro 2024 qualification group H. The game against San Marino will be played on Thursday 7 September, while the encounter with group leaders Finland is pencilled in for three days later.

Fresh from re-signing with United, Jonny Evans **is set to represent **Northern Ireland again, in Euro 2024 qualifiers against Slovenia and Kazakhstan. These matches will take place on Thursday 6 and Sunday 11 September, respectively.

Diogo Dalot and **Bruno Fernandes **also have European qualifiers to contend with over the next week, with **Portugal **travelling to Slovakia on Friday 8 September before hosting Luxembourg at Estadio Algarve three days later.

Rounding off our European representation are Sweden **captain Victor Lindelof and United’s new goalkeeper **Altay Bayindir, **who has been selected for **Turkey.

In Euro 2024 qualification group F, Victor takes on Estonia away on Saturday 9 September before Sweden host Austria on the evening of Tuesday 12 September.

Bayindir, on the other hand, has only one Euro 2024 qualifier, against Armenia on Friday. Following this, Turkey play a friendly against Japan - in Belgium - four days later (13:20 BST).


World Cup qualifiers await our South American Reds, with Argentina duo Alejandro Garnacho and Lisandro Martinez set to begin their campaign to reach the 2026 tournament against Ecuador and Bolivia. The first of these will take place in the early hours of Friday (01:00 BST), while the latter game is set for a 21:00 BST kick-off on Tuesday.

Upon joining up with the trophy holders, Martinez posted on social media: “Nada mas lindo que estar en casa! Feliz,” translated in English to “Nothing is more beautiful than being at home! Happy.”

For Brazil , Casemiro must also face Bolivia, at home, with an away trip to Peru rounding off the Selecao’s initial World Cup qualifiers. The clash with Bolivia, at Mangueirao, is scheduled for Saturday (01:45 BST), while the fixture against Peru on Wednesday 13 September is also an early morning one for UK fans (03:00 BST).

Facundo Pellistri is another Red in World Cup qualifying action, for Uruguay. The United winger will first take on Chile at home on Saturday (00:00 BST), before La Celeste finish the international break with a trip to Ecuador on Tuesday.


New signing Amrabat has travelled to link up with the Morocco squad for the Atlas Lions’ final African Cup of Nations qualifier, against Liberia, on Saturday. The 2022 World Cup semi-finalists face Burkina Faso in a friendly three days later.

**Onana **has made his return to the Cameroon squad following his initial international retirement, and has been selected for their African Cup of Nations qualifier against Burundi. Taking place on Tuesday, the match will begin at 20:00 BST.

Hannibal will be representing Tunisia during the upcoming internationals with an African Cup of Nations qualifier on the agenda for the young midfielder. The Carthage Eagles play Botswana tomorrow (Thursday) and will also face Egypt in a friendly on Tuesday 12 September.


Kick-offs are 19:45 BST unless stated.

Denmark v San Marino
Slovenia v Northern Ireland
Tunisia v Botswana (20:00 BST)

Argentina v Ecuador (01:00 BST)
Cyprus v Scotland
Slovakia v Portugal
Turkey v Armenia

Uruguay v Chile (00:00 BST)
Brazil v Bolivia (01:45 BST)
Ukraine v England (17:00 BST)
Estonia v Sweden (17:00 BST)
Morocco v Liberia (20:00 BST)

Kazakhstan v Northern Ireland (14:00 BST)
Finland v Denmark (17:00 BST)

Portugal v Luxembourg

Egypt v Tunisia (KO TBC)
Morocco v Burkina Faso (19:30 BST)
Scotland v England
Sweden v Austria
Japan v Turkey
Cameroon v Burundi (20:00 BST)
Bolivia v Argentina (21:00 BST)
Ecuador v Uruguay (22:00 BST)

Peru v Brazil (03:00 BST)