The women’s football tournament at this summer’s Olympic Games gets under way on July 21, with squads of 22 players to be selected by the 12 participating nations.
The rosters for the Games are usually of 18, but have been increased in size this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Unlike in the men’s tournament, the squads have no age restrictions, which means the Olympics are recognised as second only to the World Cup when it comes to major international tournaments in the women’s game.
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Goal brings you all the confirmed squads as they are announced.