Social Hammers - International duty

A number of Hammers have spent the last week away with their national sides, representing them all over the world at both senior and youth level.

We take a look at the social media posts of the many working hard while training with their countries, as well as those still training at West Ham United's Rush Green base.


Hammers U23 skipper Declan Rice, who was named the Republic of Ireland's 2017 U17 Player of the Year recently, enjoyed a superb U19s victory over Italy.


Angelo Ogbonna, still recovering from an operation he underwent earlier this year, offered his support to his international teammates.


Darren Randolph kept a clean sheet in Ireland's goalless draw against Wales.


⭐️Never let small minds convince you your dreams are too big ⭐️

A post shared by ??Darren Randolph ?? (@randzofficial) on


While Alvaro Arbeloa enjoyed a trip to the Harry Potter Studios during the short break from Premier League fixtures.


Aquí me han traído y yo es que de magos siempre he sido más de Gandalf.. ?

A post shared by Á L V A R O A R B E L O A (@17arbeloa) on


Josh Cullen was proud captain for the Boys in Green's U21s as they beat Kosovo 1-0.


Reece Oxford, currently on loan at Championship promotion hopefuls Reading, spent time away with England U19s.


I'm giving all my love 2 the game ⚽️?

A post shared by Reece Oxford (@reeceoxford) on


As Jose Fonte celebrated a 3-0 thrashing of Hungary with Portugal.


Edimilson Fernandes was called up to the Switzerland senior squad for the second time following his international debut in November.


And finally, Robert Snodgrass was left relieved when Scotland kept their FIFA World Cup qualification hopes alive with a late winner to beat Slovenia at Hampden Park.