England have today announced all the call-ups for their youth sides over the international break, with a number of Arsenal players involved.

Eddie Nketiah celebrating his goal at the Toulon Tournament (Photo via Magali Ruffato / MemoPhoto)

Once again, the club fixtures are coming to halt at the end of the week for another break. Thankfully, there will be plenty of Arsenal players involved internationally, if you fancy putting some money on the games with Mobilebet.

There are a few to miss out with injury for this break, unfortunately, with Emile Smith Rowe out with a head injury, whilst Folarin Balogun has picked up a knock and Tyreece John-Jules has a hamstring problem.

Of those who will be fit and available for the next few weeks, let’s have a look at who received call-ups at each level. Skip to the bottom for a full chronological schedule of the matches Arsenal players could be involved in.

England u21s

Reiss Nelson, Joe Willock and Eddie Nketiah have all received call-ups. This is technically Willock’s second call, but last time he had to pull out with injury, so this would be his first time actually joining up with the u21s. The other two are regulars for the team.

  • Friday 11th October, 5pm: Slovenia vs England u21s
  • Tuesday 15th October, 7:45pm: England u21s vs Austria

England u20s

With Willock in the u21s and Smith Rowe injured, it’s no real surprise Arsenal don’t have any call-ups at this level. Perhaps Saka could realistically hope for a promotion very soon if he keeps playing as he has been.

England u19s

Bukayo Saka unsurprisingly made the cut for the u19s, after his strong form at senior level for Arsenal and five goal contributions in 340 minutes for the England youth side (one every 68 minutes).

  • Wednesday 9th October, 4pm: France vs England u19s
  • Saturday 12th October, 3pm: Belgium vs England u19s

England u18s

Miguel Azeez and Sam Greenwood will both join the England u18s over the break, with both having a good reputation for strong performances in international youth games.

  • Friday 11th October, 6pm: Poland vs England u18s
  • Monday 14th October, 2pm: Slovakia vs England u18s
  • Wednesday 16th October, 4:30pm: Austria vs England u18s

England u17s

Charlie Patino and Hubert Graczyk have both received their first call-ups at this level for the upcoming break. Graczyk has made two appearances in goal for the Arsenal u18s this season, despite still being just 16.

Patino has also been impressing with the younger age groups, and he joined the u18s for a few games in pre-season.

  • Thursday 10th October, 4pm: Germany vs England u17s
  • Saturday 12th October, 4pm: Germany vs England u17s
  • Sunday 14th October, 12pm: Spain vs England u17s

Other Youth International Call-ups

Robbie Burton is in the Wales u21 squad to face Moldova on Friday, Harry Jones is with the Wales u17s for their Euro qualifiers whilst Matteo Guendouzi joins the France u21s against Azerbaijan and Slovakia.

Full Chronological Schedule

  • Wednesday 9th October, 3pm: Wales u17s vs Slovenia
  • Wednesday 9th October, 4pm: France vs England u19s
  • Thursday 10th October, 4pm: Germany vs England u17s
  • Thursday 10th October, 8pm: France u21s vs Azerbaijan
  • Friday 11th October, 3pm: Moldova vs Wales u21s
  • Friday 11th October, 5pm: Slovenia vs England u21s
  • Friday 11th October, 6pm: Poland vs England u18s
  • Saturday 12th October, 3pm: Belgium vs England u19s
  • Saturday 12th October, 3pm: Netherlands vs Wales u17s
  • Saturday 12th October, 4pm: Germany vs England u17s
  • Monday 14th October, 12pm: Spain vs England u17s
  • Monday 14th October, 2pm: Slovakia vs England u18s
  • Tuesday 15th October, 6pm: Kosovo vs Wales u17s
  • Tuesday 15th October, 7:45pm: England u21s vs Austria
  • Tuesday 15th October, 8pm: Slovakia vs France u21s
  • Wednesday 16th October, 4:30pm: Austria vs England u18s