Danel Sinani, Levi Colwill, Brodie Spencer & Conor Falls representing their countries
- A round-up of Town players on international duty
- First Team players Danel Sinani & Levi Colwill in important qualifiers
- Academy's Brodie Spencer & Conor Falls could make Northern Ireland U19 bows
Four Town players are heading away with their countries during the September 2021 international break.
Top of the list is midfielder Danel Sinani, who will be hoping to add to his existing 34 caps and six goals for the Luxembourg national team as they take part in important 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches.
His nation sits third in Group A after their first two games, losing to Portugal but winning 1-0 in the Republic of Ireland.
Danel and his teammates play at home to Azerbaijan on 1 September, with a 7.45pm UK kick-off at the Luxembourg Stadium. That is quickly followed up by another qualifier in Serbia on 4 September, with a 5pm UK kick-off at the Rajko Mitic Stadium.
There’s also a third game for Luxembourg – an international friendly against Qatar at the Luxembourg Stadium on 7 September, in another 7.45pm UK kick-off.
After his superb start to the season for the Terriers, 18-year-old Levi Colwill has earned his first summons to the England Under-21 squad under new boss Lee Carsley.
Having previously played for his country at Under-16 and Under-17 level, Levi is now part of the 24-man squad for the upcoming games against Romania and Kosovo.
The friendly in Romania takes place on 3 September at the Steaua Bucharest Stadium, with a 7pm UK kick-off. That is quickly followed by an UEFA U21 Euro qualifier against Kosovo on 7 September at stadiummk, 7pm UK time. You’ll be able to watch that game live on Sky Sports!
Town’s third international call-up comes from the B Team, with 17-year-old Brodie Spencer in line for a possible Northern Ireland Under-19 debut. Having been part of a recent training camp – and earning international honours at Under-16 level previously – right back Brodie could face the Faroe Islands in two games.
After a game on 1 September at Mourneview Park in Lurgan (a 3pm start), the second is at The Oval in east Belfast on 3 September in another 3pm start.
He's been joined in that squad by Academy striker Conor Falls, who received the call-up from the standby list over the weekend!
Unfortunately, Scott High cannot travel with the Scotland Under-21 squad for the first time. He earned his first call-up, but Scotland travel to Turkey – a country currently on England’s red travel list. As a result, Scott is one of 10 English-based players to drop out of the initial squad.
Academy winger Pat Jones also received a call-up to the Wales Under-19 squad but has withdrawn through injury.