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An outline agreement between FIFA, the six continental football confederations, the European Club Association, and FIFPro outlines the dates that can be used for "official" and "friendly" international matches. This agreement is known as the FIFA International Match Calendar (also known as the FIFA Calendar or FIFA Days).

There are five time periods in which the current dates can be found: early spring (March), late spring (May or June), late summer (August or September), and fall (October and November). The match schedule also establishes the dates on which international events like the FIFA World Cup, CONCACAF Gold Cup, Copa América, AFC Asian Cup, and Africa Cup of Nations can be held.

Players may take up to four days off from club responsibilities to participate in national team obligations because official matches have a four-day release period. The release period is five days if a player competes in a legitimate match in a continent other than the one where his club is based. Friendly matches are given a lower priority and a 48-hour release period.

FIFA mandates that international and official competitions take precedence over national competitions. International friendlies that take place outside of the specified dates, on the other hand, are not, according to them.

FIFA maintains a calendar for women's international games that specifies when they should be played. It features six yearly windows, as opposed to the men's calendar's five. At the moment, they are scheduled for the following months: late winter (February or March), mid spring (April), mid summer (June or July), late summer (September), and fall (October and November).