Euro Qualifiers: Where Chelsea Players Can Be Seen on the International Break

Louis HamweyAnalyst IIISeptember 2, 2011

RUSTENBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 21: Frank Lampard and John Terry look on during the England training session at the Royal Bafokeng Sports Campus on June 21, 2010 in Rustenburg, South Africa.  (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
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The 2012 European Championship qualifiers get underway again tonight. There will be some groups with teams that have jumped out to leads no one will catch, like Germany, which seems to always be the case with them. But in Group B, D, F and H, most of the squads are very much alive.

With the high stakes that are on the line, FIFA has declared today and next Wednesday to be for international competitions. Likewise, top divisions all around Europe have suspended play this weekend as their top players head back home for their matches.

But don’t be alarmed, we can still watch all our favorite boys in blue competing for their countries. Here is a breakdown of who, when and where you can see all the Chelsea players impress the world in these matches.


England: Ashley Cole, John Terry, Frank Lampard

Friday, 2:15 ET                   Tuesday, 2:45 ET

@ Bulgaria                           vs. Wales


NELSPRUIT, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 23:  Branislav Ivanovic of Serbia tries to prevent the ball going over the line, under pressure from Marco Bresciano of Australia during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group D match between Australia and Serbia at Mbom
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Serbia: Branislav Ivanovic

Friday, 2:45 ET                   Tuesday, 2:30 ET

@ N. Ireland                       vs. Faroe Islands


France: Florent Malouda

Friday, 3:00 ET                   Tuesday, 2:30 ET

@ Albania                            @ Romania


Spain: Juan Mata, Fernando Torres

Friday, 2:45 ET                   Tuesday, 4:00 ET

vs. Chile (Friendly)          vs. Liechtenstein


Brazil: David Luiz

Monday, 2:45 ET

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - JUNE 21:  Fernando Torres of Spain walks off the pitch after being substituted for Juan Manuel Mata during the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Group H match between Spain and Honduras at Ellis Park Stadium on June 21, 2010 in
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@ London vs. Ghana (Friendly)


Belgium: Romelu Lukaku

Friday, 12:00 ET                 Tuesday, 2:30 ET

@ Azerbaijan                     vs. United States (Friendly)


Ivory Coast: Salomon Kalou

Saturday, 3:30

@ Rwanda (CAF)


Nigeria: John Obi Mikel

Sunday, 2:30 ET                                 Tuesday, 12:00 ET

@ Madagascar(CAF)                       in Bangladesh vs. Argentina (Friendly)