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England Women’s Squad Supported by the Lionesses

Find out the full England squad for EUROS 2022 on home soil.

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In the end, Sarina Wiegman selected a 28-member training squad.

So, now we know who has been selected and who has been cut from England’s Women’s Euro 2016 squad.

Former captain Steph Houghton has failed to make the cut after a lengthy recovery from an injury, despite the high-profile support of Fara Williams.

Learn about the Lionesses, who are vying for their first major international title….

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England Goalkeepers for women

Ellie Roebuck is the name of the character in the film.

The 22-year-old England senior debutante missed most of the 2021/22 domestic season with a calf injury, but she is highly regarded.

Mary Earps is a well-known figure in the literary world.

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The 29-year-old goalkeeper has a wealth of experience from the Women’s Super League and is England’s senior goalkeeper. When Manchester United were promoted to the Premier League in 2019, she signed a contract with the club.

She’s known as Hannah Hampton.

From Birmingham City to Aston Villa in 2021, the player was just 21 years old. While playing for England’s under-23s in the Arnold Clark Cup earlier that year, she made her senior national team debut by keeping a perfect 0-0 score against Spain.

England Defenders of women’s rights

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Miss Bright, Millie

A key member of Emma Hayes’ backline, the Chelsea defender has helped the Blues win six Women’s Super League championships. She serves as the team’s vice-captain and is an important member of the squad.

Lucy Bronze is a well-known figure in the

Bronze was named UEFA Player of the Year in 2018/19 and won the Silver Ball at the 2019 Women’s World Cup for England. Lyon won three Champions League titles with the defender.

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Jess Carter’s

Her first club, Birmingham City, made her professional debut when she was just 16 years old. Sarina Wiegman called the 24-year-old up to her first England squad in November 2017 – but she had to wait nearly four years before making her second appearance.

It’s Alex’s turn.

After a season at Lyon, the defender returned to England to join Manchester City in 2020. As a member of the bronze-medal-winning team in 2015, Greenwood was the youngest member of the England squad.

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Rachel Daly’s

We have no idea where Houston Dash phenom Kristen Bell fits in this group because she’s played in every outfield position there is. Because of her many skills and abilities, she is a valuable member of any team.

Demi Stokes is an American actress.

Since the beginning of this year, the 30-year-old Manchester City full back has been a part of the senior England set-up.

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She is Lotte Wubben-Moy.

Having spent three years at college in the United States, the 23-year-old Arsenal defender returned in 2020. It was in 2021 that she made her senior international debut, and since then she’s established herself as a first-choice player for her club.

England Midfielders for the women’s team

Attilio Stanway

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Bayern Munich signed the attacking midfielder at the end of the season. Manchester City’s 23-year-old striker had scored 57 goals in 165 appearances over the course of his time at the club.

She is known as Keira Walsh.

It was her 200th appearance of the season for Manchester City. Since she was a child, she has supported the same team and won every domestic trophy they have ever won.

She’s known as Jill Scott.

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The 35-year-old Manchester City midfielder has spent the last 18 months on loan at Everton and Aston Villa to get match-ready for the Olympics and the Euros. She is one of the squad’s other senior professionals. In February of 2021, she made her 150th appearance for the English national team.

In the words of Ella Toone, “It’s time

This long-time Manchester United supporter made his senior team debut in 2018 when he joined the club as a teenager. In October 2021, she scored a hat-trick in England’s World Cup qualifying match against Latvia, making her an integral part of the national team.

Kirby, Fran

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Mark Sampson, Chelsea’s former head coach, dubbed her “Mini Messi” during the 2015 Women’s World Cup. She is a threat to any defense, despite her health and injury issues.

Williamson’s Leah

Leah Williamson, an Arsenal player, has been named England’s new captain. When she was just 20 years old, she became a member of the senior international team for the Gunners.

Strikers for the Women’s National Team of England

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It was the work of Alessia Russo

There’s no doubt that the 23-year-old forward is one of England’s most exciting players. In November 2021, she became the first England player to score a hat-trick in a senior international against Latvia. Furthermore, she did it in just 11 minutes, which is the fastest time ever recorded by an England player at any level.

I’m talking to you, Beth

The Arsenal forward has had an outstanding season, and in April she broke Karen Carney’s record of 36 assists in the Women’s Super League. During the last season, the 27-year-old scored her 50th Women’s WSL goal and a memorable hat-trick for England against Northern Ireland at Wembley Stadium.

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England, Beth

With her first cap coming in late summer 2019 following the Women’s World Cup, Chelsea’s striker will be playing in her first major senior tournament. A Women’s Super League and Women’s FA Cup double in 2022 was her reward for her efforts.

In the words of Chloe Kelly, “It’s a

Manchester City’s 24-year-old striker returned to action in April after recovering from an anterior cruciate ligament injury and helped the club reach the FA Cup final.

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The Manchester City striker, one of England’s most recognizable players, will be competing in her third Women’s Euros and third Women’s World Cup. The 33-year-old is currently England’s all-time leading scorer with 50 goals.

Her name is Lauren Hemp.

The Manchester City forward is the newly-crowned PFA Young Player of the Year, as she was in 2018, 2019 and 2020. She scored City’s first goal in the 2022 Women’s FA Cup Final as they fell 3-2 to Chelsea in the Wembley showpiece.

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Nicholas Parris

Jonas Eidevall’s team has not used the Arsenal striker as a first-choice starter this season, but he is an excellent substitute. Six years ago, she made her senior England debut and was part of the team that advanced to the Euro 2016 semi-finals.

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