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“England Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad Revealed for Maiden Women’s Finalissima 2023 Clash with Brazil”

England Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad: Latest Announcements and Updates

The England women’s national football team is gearing up for the Women’s World Cup 2023 and the excitement is building up. Manager Sarina Wiegman has recently announced the latest 25 players who will be playing in the first-ever Women’s Finalissima against Brazil at Wembley on Thursday, 6th April.

The Women’s Finalissima will see the reigning champions of Europe and South America come face-to-face, giving England yet another opportunity for more silverware, just a couple of months after successfully defending their title at the Arnold Clark Cup. Furthermore, England will also play against Australia to aid the FA’s charity partner, the Alzheimer’s Society.

With their success at Euro 2022 and comfortably confirming their participation at the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand later this year, England is looking to add some further confidence to their side before heading Down Under.

England Women’s World Cup 2023 squad

England Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad: Team Announced for Women’s Finalissima

The England Women’s World Cup 2023 squad includes:

  • GK: Mary Earps (Manchester United)
  • GK: Sandy MacIver (Manchester City)
  • GK: Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City)
  • GK: Hannah Hampton (Aston Villa)
  • DF: Millie Bright (Chelsea)
  • DF: Lucy Bronze (Barcelona) 
  • DF: Jess Carter (Chelsea)
  • DF: Niamh Charles (Chelsea)
  • DF: Rachel Daly (Aston Villa)
  • DF: Alex Greenwood (Manchester City)
  • DF: Maya Le Tissier (Manchester United)
  • DF: Leah Williamson (Arsenal)
  • DF: Lucy Parker (West Ham)
  • MF: Laura Coombs (Liverpool)
  • MF: Fran Kirby (Chelsea)
  • MF: Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich)
  • MF: Ella Toone (Manchester United)
  • MF: Keira Walsh (Barcelona)
  • MF: Jessica Park (Everton)
  • FW: Lauren Hemp (Manchester City)
  • FW: Lauren James (Chelsea)
  • FW: Chloe Kelly (Manchester City)
  • FW: Jessica Park (Everton)
  • FW: Katie Robinson (Brighton)
  • FW: Alessia Russo (Manchester United)

Hannah Hampton, Esme Morgan, and Lucy Parker make a return to the side, while Emily Ramsey, Lotte Wubben-Moy, Katie Zelem, and Ebony Salmon are dropped from the squad.

England manager

Who is England’s Manager for Women’s World Cup 2023?

Sarina Wiegman is set to lead England women’s team at the Women’s World Cup, just a year after guiding the nation to the European Championships victory at Wembley against Germany. The Dutchwoman boasts a stunning record of 26 games as England manager, without experiencing any defeats – winning 22 and drawing just four.

In 2019, Wiegman managed at the Women’s World Cup, reaching the final with the Netherlands, but losing 2-0 to the USA in Lyon.

England Women’s World Cup 2023: Countdown Begins

With the Women’s World Cup scheduled to commence on July 20th in Auckland, New Zealand, excitement levels are at an all-time high. While FIFA has rejected calls to allocate 26-player squads to the teams, the England women’s World Cup 2023 squad will likely be announced a few weeks before the actual tournament.

England is allowed to bring only 23 players to the Women’s World Cup 2023.

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