Here’s how to watch Liverpool’s international matches on TV in September

Here's how to watch Liverpool's international matches on TV in September

Liverpool will have 32 representatives at international level in September, 12 of whom are Jurgen Klopp’s first choice.

As soon as the new session begins, there will be international action again, urging the national campaign to be put on hold.

Liverpool go into the undefeated second half with two wins and a draw but there is still plenty of room to improve and prove after a lack of work in the transfer window.

While some Reds have been banned because of the restrictions imposed by the pandemic, elsewhere there is a lot of action as World Cup qualifying takes center stage.

There will also be some youth games to watch, but the general hope is that each red team will return with a clean health certificate.

Here’s how you can watch Liverpool’s international action on UK TV this month.


Games & TV info

Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander Arnold (England)

Hungary (A) World Cup qualification Thursday, September 2 at 7.45 pm – ITV / ITV Hub
Andorra (at home), World Cup qualification – Sunday, September 5th, 5pm – ITV / ITV Hub
Poland (A), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 8 at 7.45 pm – ITV / ITV Hub

Andy Robertson (Scotland)

Denmark (A), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 1, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Main Event
Moldova (HK), World Cup qualification Saturday, September 4 at 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Football
Austria (A), World Cup qualification Tuesday, September 7, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Main Event

Virgil van Dijk (Netherlands)

Norway (A), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 1, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Main Event
Montenegro (at home), World Cup qualification – Saturday, September 4th, 7.45pm – Sky Sports Red Button
Turkey (HK) World Cup qualification – Tuesday, September 7, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Red Button

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Diogo Jota (Portugal)

Ireland (H), World Cup qualification Wednesday, September 1, 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Premier League
Qatar (A) World Cup qualification – Saturday, September 4th, 5:45 pm – Sky Sports Red Button
Azerbaijan (A), World Cup qualification Tuesday, September 7th, 5pm – Sky Sports Main Event


Costas Simikas (Greece)

– Switzerland (A) friendly – Wednesday, September 1, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Red Button
Kosovo (A), World Cup qualification – Sunday, September 5th, 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Red Button
Sweden (HK) World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 8 at 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Red Button

Sadio Mane (Senegal)

Togo (at home), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 1st at 5pm – FIFATV
Congo (A), World Cup qualification – Tuesday 7 September at 5:00pm – Not on UK TV

Prophet Keita (Guinea)

Guinea-Bissau (A) World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 1, 5pm – FIFATV
– Morocco (at home), World Cup qualification – Monday, 6 September, 5pm – Not on UK TV

Kawoman Kelleher (Ireland)

Portugal (A), World Cup qualification Wednesday, September 1, 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Premier League
– Azerbaijan (at home), World Cup qualification Saturday, September 4th, 5pm – Sky Sports Football
Serbia (H), World Cup qualification Tuesday, September 7, 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Football

Takumi Minamino (Japan)

– Oman (HK) World Cup qualification – Thursday, September 2, 11:14 am – Not on UK TV
– China (A), World Cup qualification – Tuesday, 7 September, 4pm – Not on UK TV

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Ben Woodburn (Wales)

Finland (A), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 1, 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Main Event
Belarus (outside), World Cup qualification – Sunday, September 5th, 2pm – Sky Sports Football
Estonia (at home), World Cup qualification – Wednesday, September 8 at 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Main Event

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Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott (England U21)

– Romania (A) friendly – Friday 3 September at 7pm – Not on UK TV
Kosovo U-21 EM-Qualification – Tuesday, September 7, 7 pm – Sky Sports Premier League

Cade Gordon, Oakley Cannoneer, Lee Jonas, Luke Chambers (England U18)

Wales U18 (away) friendly match – Friday, September 3rd at 1pm – FAW Facebook / FAW YouTube

Conor Bradley (Nordland)

Lithuania (A), World Cup qualification Thursday, September 2, 7:45 pm – Sky Sports Football
Estonia (A), World Cup qualification – Sunday, September 5th, 5pm – Sky Sports Football
Switzerland (H), World Cup qualification Wednesday, September 8 at 7.45 pm – Sky Sports Football

*All dates, times and TV information in the UK are accurate.

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