SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 11: Tazuni takes part in the Unity Beat during the FIFA Women's World Cup 100 Days To Go launch event at Sydney Football Stadium on April 11, 2023 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Hanna Lassen/Getty Images for FIFA)

2023 FIFA Women's World Cup Countdown Day 37: Latest Squads Update

The calendar races towards the FIFA Women's World Cup, with slightly more than five weeks remaining to ignite the drama on the football field. On Day 37 of Edge of the Crowd's 70-Day FIFA WWC Countdown, we have painstakingly gathered information about the teams as they stand today.

More than a handful of teams that'll grace the shores of Australia and New Zealand next month have begun to give fans an insight into their squads for the FIFA Women's World Cup.

Many of these line-ups, however, should be regarded as provisional, acting merely as a glimpse into the potential formation of the final rosters. These train-on squads will inevitably face a rigorous process of refinement and reduction as we inch closer to FIFA's definitive deadline for the submission of the final teams - a date set in stone for July 9.

As the tournament's clock keeps ticking, the suspense and speculation will continue to mount, fostering an intoxicating blend of excitement and anticipation that only the world's most popular sport can deliver. Stay tuned as we guide you through the journey to this global football fiesta.

Here are the latest squads to be announced.


Goalkeepers: Cata Coll (Barcelona), Elene Lete (Real Sociedad), Misa Rodriguez (Real Madrid), Enith Salon (Valencia) 

Defenders: Ivana Andres (Real Madrid), Ona Batlle (Manchester United), Olga Carmona (Real Madrid), Laia Codina (Barcelona), Jana Fernandez (Barcelona), Rocio Galvez (Real Madrid), Sheila Garcia (Atletico Madrid), Oihane Hernandez (Athletic Club), Irene Paredes (Barcelona)

Midfielders: Teresa Abelleira (Real Madrid), Fiamma Benitez (Valencia), Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona), Irene Guerrero (Levante UD), Jenni Hermoso (CF Pachuca), Maite Oroz (Real Madrid), Maria Perez (Barcelona), Alexia Putellas (Barcelona), Claudia Zornoza (Real Madrid)

Forwards: Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona), Marta Cardona (Atletico Madrid), Athenea del Castillo (Real Madrid), Inma Gabarro (Sevilla), Esther Gonzalez (Real Madrid), Eva Navarro (Atletico Madrid), Salma Paralluelo (Barcelona), Alba Redondo (Levante UD)


Goalkeepers: Ayaka Yamashita (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Momoko Tanaka (Tokyo Verdy Beleza), Chika Hirao (Albirex Niigata)

Defenders: Risa Shimizu (West Ham), Moeka Minami (Roma), Saki Kumagai (Bayern Munich), Shiori Miyake (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Kiko Seike (Urawa Reds), Miyabi Moriya (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Rion Ishikawa (Urawa Reds), Hana Takahashi (Urawa Reds)

Midfielders: Fuka Nagano (Liverpool), Hinata Miyazawa (MyNavi Sendai), Hikaru Naomoto (Urawa Reds), Jun Endo (Angel City FC), Yui Hasegawa (Manchester City), Hina Sugita (Portland Thorns), Honoka Hayashi (West Ham), Aoba Fujino (Tokyo Verdy Beleza)

Forwards: Riko Ueki (Tokyo Verdy Beleza), Mina Tanaka (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Maika Hamano (Hammarby), Remina Chiba (JEF United Chiba)


Goalkeepers: Tove Enblom (Orebro), Jennifer Falk (Hacken), Zecira Musovic (Chelsea)

Defenders: Jonna Andersson (Hammarby), Nathalie Bjorn (Everton), Magdalena Eriksson (Bayern Munich), Amanda Itestedt (Paris Saint-Germain), Hanna Lundkvist (Atletico Madrid), Anna Sandberg (Hacken), Linda Sembrant (Juventus)

Midfielders: Filippa Angeldahl (Manchester City), Kosovare Asllani (AC Milan), Hanna Bennison (Everton), Lina Hurtig (Arsenal), Elin Rubensson (Hacken), Johanna Rytting Kaneryd (Chelsea), Olivia Schough (Rosengard), Caroline Seger (Rosengard)

Forwards: Stina Blackstenius (Arsenal), Sofia Jakobsson (San Diego Wave), Madelen Janogy (Hammarby), Rebecka Blomqvist (Wolfsburg), Fridolina Rolfo (Barcelona)


Goalkeepers: Kiara Fontanila (Central Coast Mariners), Kaiya Jota (Stanford Cardinal), Olivia McDaniel (Milwaukee Panthers), Inna Palacios (Kaya-Iloilo)

Defenders: Maya Alcantara (Georgetown Hoyas), Alicia Barker (Illinois Fighting Illini), Angela Beard (Western United), Reina Bonta (Santos), Malea Cesar (Blacktown City), Jessika Cowart (IFK Kalmar), Sofia Harrison (Werder Bremen), Hali Long (Kaya-Iloilo), Dominque Randle (por/KA)

Midfielders: Tahnai Annis (por/KA), Ryley Bugay (FC Saarbrucken), Anick Castaneda (Mt Druitt Town Rangers), Sara Eggesvik (KIL/Hemne), Kaya Hawkinson (Central Coast Mariners), Eva Madarang (Blacktown Spartans), Jessica Miclat (Eskilstuna United), Isabella Pasion (Lebanon Trail High School), Quinley Quezada (Red Star Belgrade), Jaclyn Sawicki (Western United)

Forwards: Sarina Bolden (Western Sydney Wanderers), Isabella Flanigan (West Virginia Mountaineers), Carleigh Frilles (Blacktown Spartans), Katrina Guillou (Pitea IF), Chandler McDaniel (Milwaukee Panthers), Meryll Serrano (Stabaek)


Goalkeepers: Catherine Musonda (Tomiris-Turan-Kazakhstan), Eunice Sakala (Nkwazi Queens), Hazel Nali (Fatih Vatan Sport-Turkey), Chitete Munsaka (Elite Ladies), Letisha Lungu (ZESCO Ndola Girls)

Defenders: Margaret Belemu (Shanghai Shengli), Martha Tembo (BIIK Kazygurt Shymkent), Lushomo Mweemba (Green Buffaloes), Agness Musesa (Green Buffaloes), Esther Siamfuko (Green Buffaloes), Pauline Zulu, Esther Banda (BUSA), Judith Soko (YASA), Jackline Nkole (Indeni Roses), Mary Mulenga (Red Arrows), Vast Phiri (ZESCO Ndola Girls)

Midfielders: Comfort Selemani (Elite Ladies), Misozi Zulu (Hakkarigucu Spur), Ireen Lungu (BIIK Kazygurt Shymkent), Hellen Chanda (BIIK Kazygurt Shymkent), Evarine Susan Katongo (ZISD Women), Mary Wilombe (Red Arrows), Susan Banda (Red Arrows), Rhoda Chileshe (Indeni Roses), Prisca Chilufya (Fatih Karagumruk), Avell Chitundu (ZESCO Ndola Girls)

Forwards: Xiomara Mapepa (Elite Ladies), Ochumba Oseke Lubanji (Red Arrows), Regina Chanda (ZANACO Ladies), Hellen Mubanga (Zaragoza CFF), Rachael Nachula (Zaragoza CFF), Grace Chanda (Madrid CFF), Rachael Kundananji (Madrid CFF), Barbra Banda (Shanghai Shengli), Maylan Mulenga (Green Buffaloes)

To Be Announced

New Zealand, Norway, Switzerland, Australia, Nigeria, China, Denmark, Haiti, USA, Brazil, Jamaica, Panama, Argentina, Italy, Colombia, South Korea, and Morrocco.

Discover the comprehensive list of previously announced squads we've extensively covered. Click here to unveil the exciting lineups!

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