How did our internationals perform?


This international break there are no less than 22 purple-white players who get to defend their country's honor. 


  • Jan Vertonghen
  • Zeno Debast
  • Thomas Delaney
  • Anders Dreyer
  • Kasper Dolberg
  • Kasper Schmeichel
  • Ludwig Augustinsson

The Red Devils played a 0-0 draw against Ireland last Saturday, the purple-white Red Devils, Jan Vertonghen and Zeno Debast did not play in this friendly international. For them, they are looking forward to Tuesday, when the Belgians will play a friendly against England, which is the first big test before the European Championship.

RSCA is with 4 players, the main supplier of the Danish national team. Thomas Delaney, Anders Dreyer, Kasper Dolberg and Kasper Schmeichel are part of its squad. They played 0-0 draw against Switzerland in a friendly international on Saturday. Schmeichel played the whole match, Delaney was substituted after an hour and Dolberg got 6 minutes to fully prove himself. Dreyer did not feature, Tuesday they play another international against Faroe Islands.

Thursday Sweden lost 5-2 in Portugal, Ludwig Augustinsson completed the 90 minutes. Tuesday they get to host Albania at home. 

U21 internationals:

  • Kristian Arnstad
  • Mario Stroeykens
  • Killian Sardella

Kristian Arnstad and the Norwegian U21 went on to win 1-2 in a friendly international in the Netherlands. On Tuesday they will play another qualifying match for the European Championship at home against San Marino.

In the U17,U18,U19 and U21 youth categories, Sporting delivered ten players. Starters Killian Sardella and Mario Stroeykens won with the Belgian U21 3-1 against Malta. Mario was allowed to play the whole match, Killian came on the pitch half an hour before time.

Internationals RSCA Futures:

The U19 lost 2-0 in France on Wednesday (Lars Montegnies and Tristan Degreef played half a game) but won at home against Lithuania on Saturday (Tristan Degreef played 64 minutes, Luca Monticelli and Lars Montegnies got 14 minutes of playing time). The U19 plays its third and final qualifying game of this international break on Tuesday against our northern neighbors. Ismaël Baouf, Michiel Haentjes, Kaïs Barry and Devon De Corte played with the U18 on Friday against the U19 of Wales, from which they won 1-0. Today, Monday they play again against this team. The youngest Purple and White International this break, is Nathan De Cat. He went on to win 1-0 with the Belgian U17 in Finland but they did lose 3-5 against Italy, he got to play 90 minutes each time. On Tuesday, they still play against the Netherlands.

Keisuke Goto has already played two games this break with Japan's U19. Thursday they went on to win 1-3 against Jordan U20 and Saturday they played out 2-2 draw against Syrian U20. Today, Monday they play again against Jordanian U20. 

Ali Maamar and Anas Tajaouart, were allowed to defend the honor of Moroccan U20 during the friendly internationals. Ali Maamar got to play 90 minutes in the tie against the English U19. Anas did not appear in action so far. On Tuesday, they will still play against the U.S. U19. Nassim Azaouzi was then allowed to play again with the U18. They are playing a friendly tournament. On Friday, he lost 0-2 against the Danish U18. Tomorrow is the last game for Nassim and they will play against the U19 from Georgia.