How to watch Liverpool FC’s internationals on TV in March

19 March 2018

Liverpool have 27 players on international duty in March, including some must-watch pre-World Cup friendlies. Here’s how you can watch them on TV.


The Reds have departed Melwood for warmup friendlies and European qualifiers, fresh off the back of an excellent 5-0 victory over Watford.

With their next clash not until March 31, when they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, the international break serves as a lengthy, and unwelcome, interval.

But while Jurgen Klopp will continue work on and off the training field with his remaining players, there is an opportunity to see a host of his key figures in action for their national teams.

Here’s how you can watch Liverpool’s internationals in action on TV in the UK.

Fixtures & TV Info

England's Jordan Henderson in action during the World Cup Qualifying Group F match at Wembley Stadium, London. Picture date October 8th, 2016 Pic David Klein/Sportimage via PA Images

Joe Gomez, Jordan Henderson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Adam Lallana (England)
Netherlands (A), Friendly – March 23, 7.45pm, ITV 1
Italy (H), Friendly – March 27, 8pm, ITV 1

Virgil van Dijk, Georginio Wijnaldum (Netherlands)
England (H), Friendly – March 23, 7.45pm, ITV 1
Portugal (N), Friendly – March 26, 7.30pm, Not on UK TV

Harry Wilson, Ben Woodburn (Wales)
China (N), China Cup – March 22, 11.35am, BBC Two Wales
Uruguay (N), China Cup – March 26, 11.35am, BBC One Wales

Simon Mignolet, Divock Origi (Belgium)
Saudi Arabia (H), Friendly – March 27, 7.45pm, Not on UK TV

Roberto Firmino (Brazil)
Russia (A), Friendly – March 23, 4pm, FreeSports
Germany (A), Friendly – March 27, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2

Sadio Mane (Senegal)
Uzbekistan (N), Friendly – March 23, 4pm, Not on UK TV
Bosnia & Herzegovina (N), Friendly – March 27, 7pm, Not on UK TV

Mohamed Salah, Egypt - John Walton/EMPICS Sport

Mohamed Salah (Egypt)
Portugal (N), Friendly – March 23, 7.45pm, Not on UK TV
Greece (N), Friendly – March 27, 7pm, Not on UK TV

Andrew Robertson (Scotland)
Costa Rica (H), Friendly – March 23, 7.45pm, Sky Sports Football
Hungary (A), Friendly – March 27, 7pm, BBC One Scotland

Emre Can (Germany)
Spain (H), Friendly – March 23, 7.45pm, BT Sport 3
Brazil (H), Friendly – March 27, 7.45pm, BT Sport 2

Ragnar Klavan (Estonia)
Armenia (A), Friendly – March 24, 2pm, Not on UK TV
Georgia (A), Friendly – March 27, 4pm, Not on UK TV

Marko Grujic (Serbia)
Morocco (N), Friendly – March 23, 7.30pm, Not on UK TV
Nigeria (N), Friendly – March 27, 8pm, Not on UK TV

Liam Millar (Canada)
New Zealand (N), Friendly – March 24, 3pm, Not on UK TV

Dominic Solanke (ENG), MAY 20, 2017 - Football / Soccer : 2017 FIFA U-20 Wolrd Cup Group A match between Argentina 0-3 England at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Suwon, South Korea. (Photo by Sho Tamura/AFLO SPORT)

Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ovie Ejaria, Dominic Solanke (England U21s)
Romania (H), Friendly – March 24, 5.15pm, BT Sport 2
Ukraine (H), Euro U21 Qualifier – March 27, 6pm, BT Sport 1

Caoimhin Kelleher, Corey Whelan (Republic of Ireland U21s)
Iceland (H), Friendly – March 22, 7.30pm, Not on UK TV
Azerbaijan (H), Euro U21 Qualifier – March 27, 7.30pm, Not on UK TV

Kamil Grabara (Poland U21s)
Lithuania (H), Euro U21 Qualifier – March 27, 5pm, Not on UK TV

Adam Lewis (England U19s)
Hungary (N), Euro U19 Qualifier – March 21, 1pm, FreeSports
Latvia (N), Euro U19 Qualifier – March 24, 1pm, FreeSports
Macedonia (A), Euro U19 Qualifier – March 27, 1pm, FreeSports

Elijah Dixon-Bonner, Curtis Jones (England U17s)
Brazil (N), Friendly – March 23, 2pm, Not on UK TV
Brazil (N), Friendly – March 26, 2pm, Not on UK TV

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