The seecond international break of the year is upon us in rather a shortened form. Euro 2022 qualifying resumes while England are meeting for a training camp and friendly with Germany.


Jayne Ludlow’s look to keep up the chase on Group C leaders, Norway, as they seek to qualify for their first major tournament.

Wales v Faroe Islands
Thursday 22 October
Rodney Parade, Newport
16:30 BST

Wales v Norway
Tuesday 27 October
Cardiff City Stadium, Cardiff
16:30 GMT


Republic of Ireland

In their penultimate Group I fixture, Vera Pauw’s side can secure at least a play-off place with a point in Kiev.

Ukraine v Republic of Ireland
Friday 23 October
Obolon, Kyiv
17:00 BST



After a 7-month break, Shelley Kerr’s side look to get their Euro 2022 qualifying campaign back underway with a bang.

Scotland v Albania
Friday 23 October
Tynecastle, Edinburgh
19:30 BST

Finland v Scotland
Tuesday 27 October
Helsinki Stadium, Helsinki
16:15 GMT


Northern Ireland

Kenny Shiels’ side looks to keep the pressure up in Group C in Minsk.

Belarus v Northern Ireland
Tuesday 27 October
Dinamo Stadium, Minsk
16:00 GMT



Phil Neville’s side meet up for another training game and friendly against Germany.

England Training XI v XI
Friday 23 October
St. George’s Park
17:00 BST

Germany v England
Tuesday 27 October
Brita-Arena, Wiesbaden
15:00 GMT


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