Ajax players on duty for international matches

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Alvarez 1420 2021 09 15 Sporting CP Ajax 0074

A number of Ajax players were headed on the road following the 3-2 win in the Klassieker against Feyenoord. The club's internationals are spread all over the world, playing matches for their national teams.


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Alongside many friendly international matches, there is a lot at stake for Edson Álvarez during this international break. The midfielder hopes to qualify with Mexico for the World Cup later this year in Qatar.

The Netherlands (Steven Berghuis, Daley Blind, Davy Klaassen, Jurriën Timber)
Netherlands – Denmark (Saturday, March 26, 8:45 PM, friendly)
Netherlands – Germany (Tuesday, March 29, 8:45 PM, friendly)

Mexico (Edson Álvarez)
Mexico – United States (March 25, 3:00 AM, World Cup qualifiers)
Honduras – Mexico (March 28, 1:05 AM, World Cup qualification)
Mexico – El Salvador (March 31, 3:05 AM, World Cup qualification)

Brazil (Antony)
Brazil – Chile (March 25, 12:30 AM, World Cup qualification)
Bolivia – Brazil (March 30, 1:30 AM, World Cup qualification)

Argentina (Nico Tagliafico)
Argentina – Venezuela (March 26, 12:30 AM, World Cup qualification)
Ecuador – Argentina (March 30, 1:30 AM, World Cup qualification)

Ivory Coast (Sébastien Haller)
France – Ivory Coast (March 25, 9:15 PM, friendly)
England – Ivory Coast (March 29, 8:45 PM, friendly)

Ghana (Muhammed Kudus)
Ghana – Nigeria (March 25, 8:30 PM, World Cup qualification)
Nigeria – Ghana (March 29, 7:00 PM, World Cup qualification)

Cameroon (Andre Onana)
Cameroon – Algeria (March 25, 6:00 PM, World Cup qualification)
Algeria – Cameroon (March 29, 9:30 PM, World Cup qualification)

Serbia (Dusan Tadic)
Hungary – Serbia (24 March, 7:30 PM, friendly)
Denmark – Serbia (March 29, 6:00 PM, friendly)

Netherlands U21 (Ryan Gravenberch, Devyne Rensch, Kenneth Taylor, Brian Brobbey)
Bulgaria U21 – Netherlands U21 (March 25, 6:45 PM, European Championship qualification)
Netherlands U21 – Switzerland U21 (March 29, 6:45 PM, European Championship qualification)

Denmark U21 (Mohamed Daramy)
Denmark U21 – Belgium U21 (March 29, 8:00 PM, European Championship qualification)

Iceland U21 (Kristian Hlynsson)
Portugal U21 – Iceland U21 (March 25, 9:15 PM, European Championship qualification)
Cyprus U21 – Iceland U21 (March 29, European Championship qualification)

Netherlands U19 (Kian Fitz-Jim, Naci Ünüvar, Youri Baas, Youri Regeer)
Australia U20 – Netherlands U19 (March 25, friendly)

England U20 (Charlie Setford)
Poland U20 – England 20 (March 25; 8:00 PM, friendly)
England U20 – Germany U20 (March 29, 8:30 PM, friendly)
England U20 – Norway U20 (March 31, friendly)

Denmark U19 (Christian Rasmussen)
Spain U19 – Denmark U19 (March 23, 4:00 PM, European Championship qualification)
Denmark U19 – Austria U19 (March 26, 2:00 PM, European Championship qualification)
Denmark U19 – Russia U19 (March 29, European Championship qualification)

Suriname (Joey Roggeveen)
Thailand - Suriname (March 27, 2:00 PM, friendly)

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