Who's going where during the upcoming international break

A breakdown of where our men's internationals are heading.

By BHAFC • 09 June 2023

By Nigel Keene
Moises Caicedo's Ecuador will take on Bolivia and Costa Rica.

Albion have 24 players appearing for their countries at various levels this international break.

It could have been 25 players had Lewis Dunk returned to the England squad after a near five year absence, but the Albion skipper was forced to withdraw from Gareth Southgate's squad due to a niggling injury issue which curtailed his season.

Facundo Buonanotte Argentina Senior Australia (A) 16 June, Indonesia (A) 19 June
Moises Caicedo & Pervis Estupinan Ecuador Senior Bolivia (H) 17 June, Costa Rica (H) 20 June
Julio Enciso Paraguay Senior Nicaragua (H) 18 June
Evan Ferguson Republic of Ireland Senior Greece (A) 16 June, Gibraltar (H) 19 June 
Billy Gilmour Scotland Senior Norway (A) 17 June, Georgia (A) 20 June
Tom McGill Canada Senior Concacaf group stage matches: Panama 16 June, Guatemala 2 July, Cuba 4 July
Kaoru Mitoma Japan Senior El Salvador (H) 15 June, Peru (H) 20 June
Andi Zeqiri Switzerland Senior Andorra (A) 16 June, Romania (H) 19 June
Cameron Peupion Australia Under-23 Togo (H) 9 June, Mexico (H) 12 June
Yasin Ayari & Casper Nilsson Sweden Under-21 Gibraltar (H) 19 June
Killian Cahill, James Furlong, Andrew Moran Republic of Ireland Under-21 Gabon (H) 13 June, Ukraine (H) 16 June, Kuwait (H) 19 June
Levi Colwill & Carl Rushworth England Under-21 Training camp
Kacper Kozlowski Poland Under-21 Finland (H) 15 June, Montenegro (A) 19 June
Kjell Scherpen & Jan Paul van Hecke Netherlands Under-21 U20 Euros group stage matches: Japan 14 June, Belgium 21 June, Portugal 24 June, Georgia 27 June
James Beadle & Imari Samuels England Under-20 Knocked out of U20 World Cup in last 16 in May
Samy Chouchane Tunisia Under-20 Knocked out of U20 World Cup in last 16 in May
Jack Hinshelwood England Under-18 International Tournament fixtures: Norway 9 June, Australia 11 June, Portugal 13 June