England will be one of the favourites to win this summer's Women's World Cup after triumphing at the Euros in 2022, beating Germany to lift their first major international title in front of a home crowd at Wembley.
It was a second successive triumph for head coach Sarina Wiegman, who lifted the same trophy with her native Netherlands in 2017. Two years after that, she led the country to a World Cup final.
Can she repeat the trick? The Lionesses will certainly believe they can help her to do as much - and even go one further - such is the confidence that Euros victory has given them.
With Ellen White and Jill Scott (now Queen of the Jungle as well as a champion of Europe) retiring after that success, there will be a few changes to the team Wiegman calls upon for this tournament.
But who has made her 23-player World Cup squad? GOAL takes a look...