The November international break, like those preceding it, has some elite soccer games and some less elite ones. Once again, international soccer puts the club soccer game on hiatus. Much to the chagrin of soccer fans, the best soccer players in the world spread out across the globe to represent their home nations.
No, there is no Premier League, UEFA Champions League, or any other domestic competition at the top level. Instead, viewers get to watch Euro 2024 Qualifying, World Cup 2026 Qualifying, and the CONCACAF Nations League, which has major implications of its own.
In the past two international breaks, only CONMEBOL had active World Cup 2026 qualifying. That changes in November, as Africa and Asia begin their qualifying processes for the tournament in the United States, Mexico, and Canada in less than three years.
The November international break runs from Thursday, Nov. 16 to Tuesday, Nov. 21. Here are the five best games at your disposal from across the world during that week.
Best soccer games in the upcoming international break
All of the following times are US Eastern Time. Also, the broadcast and streaming information is exclusive to viewers in the United States.
5. Poland vs. Czechia
Friday, Nov. 17 — 2:45 p.m. — Fubo.
One of the first games in the November international break could also be one of the most important. Poland, which sits third in its Euro 2024 qualifying group, is playing its last game of the phase. It takes on Czechia, which is in second, and a single point above Poland.
This may be Robert Lewandowski’s last tournament with Poland, should it qualify. He has three goals in qualifying. Yet, he failed to get on the scoresheet when these two met in Prague, and the Czechs won, 3-1.
Czechia will have a game to play after its trip to Warsaw. Therefore, this is a crucial game that Poland, in all likelihood, has to win. Then, the Czechia game against Moldova could be paramount for how this group…
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Author : Kyle Fansler
Publish date : 2023-11-13 23:01:40
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