A number of Arsenal Ladies have been called up to represent their countries during the international break.

You can find out about all the call ups and how they performed here:

Jordan Nobbs
Alex Scott, Casey Stoney, Jordan Nobbs, Fara Williams
Thursday, March 3, USA 1-0 England 
Sunday, March 6, England 1-2 Germany 
Wednesday, March 9 England 0-0 France
Fara Williams and Jordan Nobbs started England Lionesses’ defeat to the USA in their SheBelieves Cup opener.
Fara Williams claimed her 150th cap in England’s 2-1 defeat against Germany in the SheBelieves Cup. Toni Duggan opened the scoring before Gilly Flaherty’s own goal levelled the scores. Babett Peter scored the decisive goal from the penalty spot. Alex Scott and Jordan Nobbs also played. 
Jordan Nobbs, Casey Stoney, Fara Williams and Alex Scott all started in England’s 0-0 draw against France. The result saw them finish third in the SheBelieves Cup. 

Danielle Van de Donk
Sari Van Veenendaal, Dominique Janssen, Danielle Van de Donk
Wednesday, March 2, Switzerland 3-4 Netherlands
Saturday, March 5, Norway 4-1 Netherlands
Wednesday, March 9, Netherlands 1-1 Sweden
Sari Van Veenendaal, Dominique Janssen and Danielle Van de Donk all started the Netherlands' 4-3 win against Switzerland in their Olympic qualifier. Dominique Janssen, Sari Van Veenendaal and Danielle Van de Donk all started the Netherlands' 4-1 defeat to Norway in their Olympic qualifier. The hosts scored twice to take the lead before Manon Melis pulled one back. Norway scored twice more to seal the win. 
Danielle Van de Donk, Dominique Janssen and Sari Van Veenendaal all started in the Netherlands’ 1-1 draw against Sweden in their Olympic qualifier. Vivianne Miedemma opened the scoring before the visitors equalised before the break.  
 

Vicky Losada
Vicky Losada, Marta Corredera
Friday, March 4, Romania 0-0 Spain
Tuesday, March 8, Scotland 1-1 Spain
Marta Corredera came on as a second-half substitute in Spain’s 0-0 friendly draw against Romania. 
Marta Corredera and Vicky Losada started in Spain's 1-1 friendly draw against Scotland. Emma Mitchell opened the scoring but Virginia Torrecilla cancelled out the hosts’ goal in added time.

Emma Mitchell
Emma Mitchell
Tuesday, March 8, Scotland 1-1 Spain
Emma Mitchell scored in Scotland’s 1-1 friendly draw against Spain. The defender opened the scoring but Virginia Torrecilla cancelled out the hosts’ goal in added time. 

Emma Byrne
Emma Byrne, Katie McCabe
Wednesday, March 2, Austria 2-0 Ireland
Friday, March 4, Italy 1-1 Ireland
Monday, March 7, Ireland 0-1 Hungary
Tuesday, March 8, Ireland 2-0 Finland
Katie McCabe scored a brilliant solo goal in Ireland’s 1-1 draw against Italy in the Cyprus Cup. Katie McCabe and Emma Byrne started in Ireland's 1-0 defeat to Hungary in the Cyprus Cup. 
Emma Byrne and Katie McCabe started Ireland’s 2-0 win against Finland in their final game of the Cyprus Cup. Ruesha Littlejohn and Louise Quinn’s goals were enough to put the game beyond doubt.  

Josephine Henning
Josephine Henning
Thursday, March 3, Germany 1-0 France
Sunday, March 6, England 1-2 Germany
Wednesday, March 9, USA 2-1 Germany
Josephine Henning came on in the 66th minute of Germany’s 1-0 win against France in their SheBelieves Cup opener. 
Josephine Henning started Germany’s 2-1 win against England in the SheBelieves Cup. Toni Duggan opened the scoring before Gilly Flaherty’s own goal levelled the scores. Babett Peter scored the decisive goal from the penalty spot.   
Josephine Henning was an unused substitute in Germany’s 2-1 defeat against USA in the SheBelieves Cup. Anja Mittag put Germany in front before Alex Moragan equalised minutes later. Samantha Lewis scored the deciding goal to secure the win and the cup.   

Dan Carter
Dan Carter
Wednesday, March 2, England U-23s 1-0 Germany U-20s
Friday, March 4, England U-23s 0-1 USA U-20s
Dan Carter started England Under-23s’ 1-0 win against Germany in the La Manga tournament. Nikita Perris scored the only goal of the game in the 71st minute to wrap up the win.
England Under-23s lost 1-0 to the USA in their second game in the La Manga tournament. 

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11 Mar 2016