14 SC players away on international duty

First Team

14 SC players are off on international duty this week. Those not selected to represent their countries will play a friendly on Thursday against SCR Altach.

While Germany are playing two friendlies ahead of next year’s EURO 2024 at home, the other European nations will start their qualification campaign for that tournament. There are some exciting fixtures over the first two matchdays for the SC lads. Vincenzo Grifo and Italy will face England, meanwhile Mark Flekken’s Netherlands will travel to France. Overall, 14 SC players have been called up for international duty.

The players left at the club will play Austrian side SCR Altach on Thursday at 14:00 CET behind closed doors. Altach, currently coached by Miroslav Klose, are bottom of the Bundesliga, but did earn a point against league leaders RB Salzburg at the weekend.

Overview of SC players on international duty:

Matthias Ginter and Christian Günter | Germany

Sat, 25.03, 20:45 CET in Mainz | Germany - Peru | Friendly

Tue, 28.03, 20:45 CEST in Cologne | Germany - Belgium | Friendly

Mark Flekken | Netherlands

Fri, 24.03, 20:45 CET in Paris | France - Netherlands | European Championship qualifier

Mon, 27.03, 20:45 CEST in Rotterdam | Netherlands - Gibraltar | European Championship qualifier

Vincenzo Grifo | Italy

Thu, 23.03, 20:45 CET in Naples | Italy - England | European Championship qualifier

Sun, 26.03, 20:45 CEST in Ta' Qali | Malta - Italy | European Championship qualifier

Michael Gregoritsch | Austria

Fri, 24.03, 20:45 CET in Linz | Austria - Azerbaijan | European Championship qualifier

Mon, 27.03, 20:45 CEST in Linz | Austria - Estonia | European Championship qualifier

Roland Sallai | Hungary

Thu, 23.03, 19:30 CET in Budapest | Hungary - Estonia | Friendly

Mon, 27.03, 20:45 CEST in Budapest | Hungary - Bulgaria | European Championship qualifier

Ritsu Doan | Japan

Fri, 24.03, 11:30 CET | Japan - Uruguay

Tue, 28.03, 12:30 CEST | Japan - Colombia

Wooyeong Jeong | South Korea

Fri, 24.03, 12:00 CET | South Korea - Colombia

Tue, 28.03, 13:00 CEST | South Korea - Uruguay

Noah Atubolu, Yannik Keitel, Kenneth Schmidt, Noah Weißhaupt | Germany U21s

Fri, 24.03, 18:15 CET in Frankfurt | Germany - Japan | Friendly

Tue, 28.03, 18:00 CEST in Sibiu | Romania - Germany | Friendly

Merlin Röhl and Robert Wagner | Germany U20s

Wed, 22.03, 20:30 CET in Manchester | England - Germany | Friendly

Wed, 27.03, 15:00 CEST in Prato | Italy - Germany | Friendly

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