The full list of 49 International fixtures involving Spurs stars throughout June 

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The Premier League season might have come to an end but a whole host of Tottenham stars will be involved in international fixtures over the course of June.

The domestic season finished on a high for the Lilywhites as they managed to qualify for the Champions League after a two-year absence from the competition.

The attention for several Spurs stars now turns to their national sides, with competitive internationals and friendlies set to be played this month.

The likes of Harry Kane, Hugo Lloris, Ben Davies, Joe Rodon, Dejan Kulusevski, and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, will be taking part in the group stages of the Nations League for their respective countries. 

Giovani Lo Celso and Cristian Romero featured for Argentina in their 3-0 Finalissima win over Italy yesterday, with the pair, along with Tottenham’s other South American stars, also set to be involved in several international friendlies during June.

Tottenham’s Welsh duo also have an all-important World Cup qualifier against Ukraine to look forward to on Sunday.

Here’s a list of all the international fixtures that Spurs stars will be involved in this month (via the club’s official website):

Thursday, 2 June: 

Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Brazil – kick-off 12 pm

Maksim Paskotsi – Estonia home UEFA Nations League match against San Marino – kick-off 5 pm

Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden away UEFA Nations League match against Slovenia – kick-off 7.45 pm

Friday, 3 June:

Steven Bergwijn – Netherlands away UEFA Nations League match against Belgium – kick-off 7.45 pm

Hugo Lloris / Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – France home UEFA Nations League match against Denmark – kick-off 7.45 pm

Bryan Gil – Spain Under-21s away European Under-21 Championship qualifier against Northern Ireland – kick-off 1 pm

Saturday, 4 June:

Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland away UEFA Nations League match against Armenia – kick-off 2 pm

Harry Kane – England away UEFA Nations League match against Hungary – kick-off 5 pm

Pierluigi Gollini – Italy home UEFA Nations League match against Germany – kick-off 7.45 pm

Pape Matar Sarr – Senegal home Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Benin – kick-off 8 pm

Isak Solberg – Norway Under-19s European Under-19 Championship qualifier against the Netherlands in the Netherlands – kick-off 3 pm

Aaron Maguire – Republic of Ireland Under-19s home friendly against Iceland – kick-off 3 pm

Sunday, 5 June:

Ben Davies and Joe Rodon – Wales home 2022 FIFA World Cup play-off against Scotland or Ukraine – kick-off 5 pm

Davinson Sanchez – Colombia friendly against Saudi Arabia in Spain – kick-off 6 pm

Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso / Maksim Paskotsi – Argentina friendly against Estonia in Spain – kick-off 7 pm

Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden home UEFA Nations League match against Norway – kick-off 7.45 pm

Renaldo Torraj – Albania Under-19s friendly against Montenegro

Monday, 6 June:

Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Chile – kick-off 12 pm

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark away UEFA Nations League match against Austria – kick-off 7.45 pm

Hugo Lloris – France away UEFA Nations League match against Croatia – kick-off 7.45 pm

Tuesday, 7 June:

Pierluigi Gollini – Italy home UEFA Nations League match against Hungary – kick-off 7.45 pm

Harry Kane – England away UEFA Nations League match against Germany – kick-off 7.45 pm

Pape Matar Sarr – Senegal away Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda – kick-off 8 pm

Bryan Gil – Spain Under-21s home European Under-21 Championship qualifier against Malta – kick-off 7 pm

Isak Solberg – Norway Under-19s European Under-19 Championship qualifier against Serbia in the Netherlands – kick-off 6 pm

Renaldo Torraj – Albania Under-19s friendly against Montenegro

Wednesday, 8 June:

Ben Davies and Joe Rodon / Steven Bergwijn – Wales home UEFA Nations League match against the Netherlands – kick-off 7.45 pm

Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland home UEFA Nations League match against Ukraine – kick-off 7.45 pm

Thursday, 9 June:

Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden home UEFA Nations League match against Serbia – kick-off 7.45 pm

Kallum Cesay – Sierra Leone away Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Nigeria – kick-off 5 pm

Maksim Paskotsi – Estonia away UEFA Nations League match against Malta – kick-off 7.45 pm

Friday, 10 June:

Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Paraguay – kick-off 12 pm

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark home UEFA Nations League match against Croatia – kick-off 7.45 pm

Hugo Lloris – France away UEFA Nations League match against Austria – kick-off 7.45 pm

Saturday, 11 June:

Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso – Argentina friendly against Brazil in Australia – kick-off 12 pm

Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland home UEFA Nations League match against Scotland – kick-off 5 pm

Steven Bergwijn – Netherlands home UEFA Nations League match against Poland – kick-off 7.45 pm

Ben Davies and Joe Rodon – Wales home UEFA Nations League match against Belgium – kick-off 7.45 pm

Harry Kane / Pierluigi Gollini – England home UEFA Nations League match against Italy – kick-off 7.45 pm

Sunday, 12 June:

Dejan Kulusevski – Sweden away UEFA Nations League match against Norway – kick-off 5 pm

Monday, 13 June:

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – Denmark home UEFA Nations League match against Austria – kick-off 7.45 pm

Hugo Lloris – France home UEFA Nations League match against Croatia – kick-off 7.45 pm

Kallum Cesay – Sierra Leone home Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Guinea-Bissau – kick-off 5 pm

Maksim Paskotsi – Estonia away friendly against Albania – kick-off 5 pm

Tuesday, 14 June:

Heung-Min Son – South Korea home friendly against Egypt – kick-off 12 pm

Steven Bergwijn / Ben Davies and Joe Rodon – Netherlands home UEFA Nations League match against Wales – kick-off 7.45 pm

Pierluigi Gollini – Italy away UEFA Nations League match against Germany – kick-off 7.45 pm

Harry Kane – England home UEFA Nations League match against Hungary – kick-off 7.45 pm

Troy Parrott – Republic of Ireland UEFA Nations League match against Ukraine in Poland – kick-off 7.45 pm

Spurs Web Opinion

With the Premier League season now done and dusted, fans are certain to feel some withdrawal symptoms. That is particularly true of Spurs fans, given that the season finished on a high. 

So, it is perfect for supporters that there is so much international football to watch over the next couple of weeks, even though the schedule is quite hard on the players after a long and gruelling season. 

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