The Norway national women's team is set to play in their ninth FIFA Women's World Cup finals in July which is going to be held in Australia and New Zealand.
The Grasshoppers qualified for the marquee international tournament by topping Group F in the UEFA Qualifiers. They went unbeaten throughout their qualifying campaign and won nine of their 10 matches.
However, their recent form is slightly concerning as they have won only once in five matches in 2023.
They were champions in 1995 and coach Hege Riise would hope to turn around their fortunes and bring back the cup to the European nation.
They will compete with hosts New Zealand, the Philippines and Switzerland in Group A of the Women's World Cup.
Elisabeth Terland, Emma Stolen Godo, and Malin Brenn registered for the 2023 Women's World Cup finals as reserve players, Riise's final 23-player squad was announced on June 19. GOAL takes a look...