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:
Emma Byrne IrelandEmma Byrne, Katie McCabe
Thursday, April 7, Montenegro 0-5 Ireland
Tuesday, April 12, Spain 3-0 Ireland
Emma Byrne made history for Ireland by earning her 125th cap during Ireland’s 5-0 win against Montenegro in their Uefa European Championship qualifier. Louise Quinn put the visitors ahead before Katie McCabe assisted Aine O’Gorman for the visitors’ second. Ruesha Littlejohn then added a third from the penalty spot, before Denise O’Sullivan and Stephanie Roche rounded off the scoring.
Emma Byrne played the full 90 minutes of Ireland’s 3-0 defeat against Spain in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Katie McCabe played 79 minutes of the fixture.
Danielle Van de Donk NetherlandsDanielle van de Donk, Sari van Veenendaal, Dominique Janssen
Thursday, April 7, Netherlands v New Zealand
Sunday, April 10, Netherlands 1-2 Canada
Dominique Janssen and Danielle van de Donk started Netherlands' 2-0 friendly win against New Zealand. Shanice van de Sanden scored twice to give the hosts the victory.
Danielle van de Donk earned her 50th cap for the Netherlands in their 2-1 friendly defeat to Canada. The visitors took the lead courtesy of Christine Sinclair’s fine strike before Janine Beckie doubled their advantage. Stefanie van der Gragt pulled one back for the hosts.
Josephine Henning GermanyJosephine Henning
Friday, April 8, Turkey 0-6 Germany
Tuesday, April 12, Germany 2-0 Croatia
Josephine Henning did not play in Germany’s 6-0 win against Turkey in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier.
Josephine Henning was an unused substitute in Germany’s 2-0 defeat against Croatia in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Dzsenifer Marozsan opened the scoring and Anja Mittag doubled their advantage.
Vicky Losada SpainMarta Corredera, Vicky Losada
Friday, April 8, Portugal 1-4 Spain
Tuesday, April 12, Spain 3-0 Ireland
Marta Corredera and Vicky Losada played in Spain’s 4-1 win against Portugal in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Virginia Torrecilla opened the scoring before Alexia Putellas doubled their advantage. Dolores Silva pulled one back, but Putellas struck again and Sampedro was on target to cap off an impressive performance.
Vicky Losada and Marta Corredera came on as second-half substitutes as Spain beat Ireland 3-0 in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Veronica Boquete scored a brace before Jenifer Hermoso secured the win.
Jordan Nobbs EnglandJordan Nobbs, Casey Stoney, Alex Scott, Fara Williams
Friday, April 8, England 1-1 Belgium
Tuesday, April 12, Bosnia and Herzegovina 0-1 England
Jordan Nobbs, Alex Scott, Casey Stoney and Fara Williams all played the full 90 minutes of England Lionesses’ 1-1 draw with Belgium in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Janice Cayman opened the scoring before Jill Scott equalised.
Jordan Nobbs played the full 90 minutes of England Lionesses’ 1-0 win against Bosnia-Herzegovina in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Karen Carney got the winning goal four minutes before the end. Alex Scott, Casey Stoney and Fara Williams were substituted in the second half.
Emma Mitchell ScotlandEmma Mitchell
Friday, April 8, Scotland 3-1 Slovenia
Emma Mitchell played the full 90 minutes of Scotland’s 3-1 win against Slovenia in their Uefa Women’s Championship qualifier. Jane Ross opened the scoring before Kaja Erzen equalised. Ross struck again before Kim Little secured the win.
Asisat Oshoala NigeriaAsisat Oshoala
Friday, April 8, Senegal 1-1 Nigeria
Tuesday, April 12, Nigeria 2-0 Senegal
Asisat Oshoala played in Nigeria’s 1-1 draw with Senegal in their Women’s African Cup of Nations qualifier. Woju Chioma gave the hosts the lead before Senegal equalised. Asisat Oshoala missed a penalty during Nigeria’s 2-0 win over Senegal in their Africa Women’s Cup of Nations qualifier. The Arsenal striker couldn’t score from the spot but Rita Chikwelu found the net before Igbinovia Osarenoma secured the Super Falcons’ qualification.
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