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In March, Liverpool’s senior squad is set to grace international stages across the globe, showcasing their talents and representing their respective countries. From England to Colombia, Argentina to Japan, let’s delve into where the Reds will be donning their national colors and the international matches they’ll be participating in throughout the month.

England’s Three Lions Roar

England’s Three Lions Roar as Joe Gomez’s resurgence catapults him into the limelight, securing an illustrious international call-up for the English squad. Set to grace the hallowed turf of the iconic Wembley Stadium, Gomez will proudly don the national colors as the Three Lions prepare to go head-to-head with football titans Brazil on March 23. Following this thrilling encounter, Gomez and his compatriots will brace themselves for another exhilarating showdown, as they lock horns with Belgium just three days later, promising an electrifying display of skill, determination, and national pride on the grand stage of international football.

Greece’s Quest for Euro 2024

Embarking on Greece’s thrilling journey towards Euro 2024 qualification, Kostas Tsimikas stands poised at the forefront of his nation’s footballing aspirations. With determination burning in his heart, the talented left-back eagerly joins forces with his compatriots as they brace themselves for the pivotal play-off semi-finals clash against Kazakhstan on March 21. Should fate smile upon them and Greece emerge triumphant, an exhilarating battle against either Georgia or Luxembourg looms on the horizon, scheduled for March 26.

With the weight of national pride on their shoulders, Tsimikas and his teammates are primed to showcase their skills, resilience, and unwavering spirit as they strive to secure a cherished berth in the Euro 2024 finals, igniting the hopes and dreams of an entire nation along the way.

Netherlands vs. Scotland: A Clash of Reds

In a highly anticipated clash of Reds, the Netherlands brace themselves to welcome Scotland’s formidable challenge, led by none other than the indomitable Andy Robertson, on March 22 in the vibrant city of Amsterdam. Spearheading the Dutch attack, the dynamic Cody Gakpo promises to dazzle the home crowd with his skill and flair, while defensive stalwart Virgil van Dijk marshals the backline with his trademark composure and authority.

As the echoes of anticipation reverberate through the iconic Johan Cruyff Arena, fans eagerly anticipate witnessing a spectacle unlike any other, where the camaraderie of Liverpool teammates is temporarily set aside in the pursuit of national glory. With the stage set for an enthralling encounter, both sides are poised to unleash their best, ensuring a match replete with drama, passion, and the electrifying spirit of international football.

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France’s Defensive Wall: Konate in international Action

As France prepares for a formidable test in their upcoming fixtures, the towering presence of Ibrahima Konate emerges as a beacon of defensive stability for Les Bleus. With his imposing stature and impeccable defensive prowess, Konate is poised to fortify the French backline in a series of crucial home matches.

On March 23, the stage is set for a thrilling showdown against traditional rivals Germany, where Konate’s commanding presence promises to thwart the attacking endeavors of Die Mannschaft. Three days later, as the French faithful gather once more, Konate’s defensive acumen will be put to the test against the formidable force of Chile, in a clash that embodies the essence of international football. With Konate anchoring the defense, France stands resolute, ready to repel any challenge that comes their way and reaffirm their status as one of the world’s footballing powerhouses.

Hungary’s Skipper Szoboszlai

Dominik Szoboszlai takes the armband for Hungary in home friendlies against Turkiye on March 22 and Kosovo on March 26. As captain, Szoboszlai leads his nation with determination and skill.

Republic of Ireland’s Goalkeeping Talent

Caoimhin Kelleher stands between the posts for the Republic of Ireland in back-to-back Dublin games against Belgium on March 23 and Switzerland on March 26. The Liverpool shot-stopper aims to showcase his goalkeeping prowess on the international stage.

Japan’s World Cup Qualifiers

Wataru Endo gears up for crucial World Cup qualifiers with Japan. Facing Korea DPR twice, first at home on March 21 and just then away on March 26, Endo aims to play a pivotal role in securing valuable points for his nation’s World Cup campaign.

Colombia’s Dynamic Winger: Luis Diaz

Luis Diaz joins Colombia’s quest for glory as they take on Spain in London on March 22 before traveling to Madrid to face Romania on March 26. The Liverpool winger adds flair and creativity to Colombia’s attacking lineup.

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Argentina’s South American Journey

Alexis Mac Allister embarks on a journey with Argentina as they travel to the USA for two challenging encounters. The world champions face El Salvador on March 22 and Costa Rica four days later, with Mac Allister aiming to make his mark on the international stage.

England U21s: Elliott and Quansah in Action

Harvey Elliott and Jarell Quansah represent England U21s in two European Championship qualifiers. They face Azerbaijan on March 22 and host Luxembourg on March 26, aiming to impress on the youth international scene.

Liverpool’s Rising Stars in Youth Competitions

Bobby Clark and Kaide Gordon showcase their talents for the Elite Squad (U20s) in fixtures against Poland on March 22 and Czechia on March 26. Meanwhile, Jayden Danns, Amara Nallo, and Trey Nyoni feature for the U18s group in the U18 Pinatar Super Cup, displaying Liverpool’s promising youth talent on the international stage.

Wales U21s: Koumas’ International Journey

Lewis Koumas receives an international call-up for Wales U21s, participating in a European Championship qualifier against Lithuania on March 22 and a friendly fixture against Morocco in Turkiye on March 26. Koumas aims to represent his country with pride and determination.


As March unfolds, Liverpool’s contingent of international stars ventures into the global footballing arena, ready to showcase their skills, represent their nations, and leave an indelible mark on the international stage. From World Cup qualifiers to youth championships, the Reds’ presence resonates across continents, highlighting the club’s rich diversity and talent pool. Stay tuned as Liverpool’s international stars aim for glory and success in the month ahead.

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By Abdulkadir Salim

Abdulkadir Salim Is content writer for Liverpool FC Times

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