A glut of Everton players have reported for international duty ahead of representing their respective countries across the next 10 days.
Thirteen of the Club's stars will be in action around the globe in World Cup and European Under-21 Championship qualifiers before the Toffees return to Premier League action against Tottenham on Saturday 9 September.
Scroll down to see a full list of who is going where… and keep an eye on evertonfc.com for daily updates throughout the international break, as we bring you the latest on how our players perform.
Michael Keane is part of the England squad set to take on Malta in Attard on Friday night before returning home to face Slovakia at Wembley on Monday 4 September.
Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was forced to pull out of Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions party after suffering a muscle injury playing for the Blues.
Gylfi Sigurdsson’s Iceland team have an away fixture in Finland on Saturday and host Ukraine in capital city Reykjavik on Tuesday 5 September.
Ashley Williams is poised to skipper Wales in crucial games at home against Austria on Saturday and in Moldova three days later.
Everton Under-23s defender Gethin Jones has been placed on standby by Wales boss Chris Coleman for those two matches.
Idrissa Gana Gueye’s Senegal are bracing themselves for a double-header against Burkina Faso, with the Senegalese hosting their African counterparts on Saturday before the return encounter the following Tuesday in Burkina Faso's capital city, Ouagadougou.
Kevin Mirallas has been called up by former Everton manager Roberto Martinez for Belgium’s match against Gibraltar in Liege on Thursday and the subsequent trip to Piraeus to play Greece on Sunday 3 September.
Blues goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg is included in the Holland squad for a prestige contest against France in Paris on Thursday.
The Dutch then welcome Bulgaria to Amsterdam three days later on Sunday 3 September.
Young quintet Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Tom Davies, Jonjoe Kenny, Ademola Lookman and Kieran Dowell – currently shining on loan with Championship side Nottingham Forest – are with the England Under-21 team as they launch their bid to qualify for the 2019 European Championship finals in Italy.
Aidy Boothroyd’s side, semi-finalists in this year’s competition, play Holland in De Graafschap’s Stadion De Vijverberg on Friday evening and take on Latvia at Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth the following Tuesday.
Everton Under-23s defender Callum Connolly is on standby for both fixtures.
Harry Charsley is among the Republic of Ireland Under-21 party travelling to Azerbaijan for a Euro 2019 qualifying clash next Tuesday.
And forward Nathan Broadhead is with the Wales Under-21 squad for two tough games abroad. Broadhead and his national team colleagues play Switzerland in Biel on Friday and then must turn their attentions to a meeting with Portugal in the northern city of Chaves next Tuesday.