After an incredible month in the Women's Super League and the UEFA Women's Champions League, our Gunners will now splinter off to join their national teams for the April break.
England's Leah Williamson and Lotte Wubben-Moy will go head-to-head with fellow centre-back Rafaelle Souza in the very first women's Finalissima on April 6. A sold-out Wembley Stadium crowd will watch on as Leah and Rafa captain their respective sides, with the match kicking off at 7:45pm (UK time).
Lotte and Leah then travel to Brentford's Gtech Community Stadium for a clash with Australia (April 11). Neither Steph Catley nor Caitlin Foord will be in action for the Matildas as both of our Aussies have been ruled out through injury. Brazil's Rafaelle, meanwhile, will take on Germany - the side beaten by the Lionesses in last summer's Euro 2022 final - on April 11.
Frida Maanum joins up with her Norwegian teammates for two international friendlies this month. First up on April 6 is a Spain side missing much of its top talent, including Aitana Bonmati, Mapi Leon and Ona Batlle, due to an ongoing dispute with the Spanish FA.
Maanum will then face her teammate Stina Blackstenius as Norway go up against Sweden on April 11. Blackstenius will also take on fellow Gunner Kathrine Kuhl in another Scandinavian affair as Sweden play Denmark on April 7. Denmark's opponents for their following friendly on April 11 are Japan.
Switzerland, who have just won the bid to host the next UEFA Women's European Championships, have fixtures against China (April 6) and Iceland (April 11) this month. Lia Walti and Noelle Maritz are both expected to be in action there.
Elsewhere, Victoria Pelova and the Netherlands host Germany on April 7 and Poland on April 11. Austria's Manuela Zinsberger and Laura Wienroither, meanwhile, have Belgium (April 7) and Czechia (April 11) as their opponents for this international break.
Sabrina D'Angelo received her call-up for the Canadian national side ahead of their friendly against France and Katie McCabe travels stateside to lead out her Ireland teammates in a double-header against the US Women's National Team (April 8, April 12).