The FA WSL season is now over but there is a FIFA international window coming up featuring World Cup qualifiers and, as usual, the Arsenal Women players will be busy.

Here are all the international call-ups:

1. England

Jordan Nobbs

Jordan Nobbs, Bethany Mead

England will play Russia away in Moscow on 8th June.

England are currently top of qualifying group 1 and unbeaten.

2. Scotland

LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 08: Danielle Van De Donk celebrates with Emma Mitchell after scoring her sides first goal during the Women’s Super League 1 match between Arsenal and Bristol City at Meadow Park, Boreham Wood on October 8, 2017 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

Emma Mitchell, Kim Mitchell, Lisa Evans

Scotland will be at home to Belarus on 7th June in Falkirk and then away to Poland in Kielce on 12th June.

Scotland are currently second in qualifying group 2 and will try to get a play-off place.

3. Netherlands

Dominique Janssen

Danielle Van De Donk, Dominique Janssen, Sari Van Veenendaal.

Anna Miedema misses out due to injury.

The Netherlands will be away to Northern Ireland in Portadown on 8th June and then at home to Slovakia in Heereenven on 12th June.

They are top of qualifying group 3 and looking at automatic qualification for France 2019.

4. Ireland

SAN DIEGO, CA – JANUARY 23: Katie McCabe #15 of Ireland is defended by Meghan Klingenberg #7 (L) and Heather O’Reilly #9 (R) of the United States as the United States won 5-0 at Qualcomm Stadium on January 23, 2016 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Todd Warshaw/Getty Images)

Katie McCabe, Louise Quinn

Ireland will be at home to Norway in a must win game at the Tallaght Stadium on 8th June and then away to the same team four days later in Stavanger.

Ireland are currently second in the qualifying group 3.

5. Wales

via Wales FA

Tamsyn Sibanda

Wales will be at home to Bosnia in Swansea on 8th June and and home to Russia on 12th June.

Wales are currently second and unbeaten in qualifying group 1 and need two wins to keep their chance of automatic qualifying for the World Cup alive.

6. Austria

Austria’s defender Viktoria Schnaderbeck looks on during press conference during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 football tournament in Breda on August 2, 2017. / AFP PHOTO / TOBIAS SCHWARZ

Viktoria Schnaderbeck

Austria will be away to Finland on 8th June in Helsinki and then away to Israel in Ramat-Gan on 12th June.

Austria are second in qualifying group 7 and will look to secure a play-off place with two needed wins.

Schnaderbeck is the captain of her country and recently signed for Arsenal from Bayern Munich.

7. England u23

No squad list released by the FA for the away friendly to be played on 9th June at the Sävstaås IP, Sweden.

8. England u20

No squad list released by the FA of the squad that will prepare for the FIFA u20 WWC that will take place in August.