Women's Euro 2022 squads: England, Spain and every team's official tournament roster

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The 2022 UEFA Women's Euro kicks off on July 6, when England face Austria at Old Trafford for the opening game of what promises to be a thrilling month of football.

UEFA's deadline for each nation to submit its 23-player squad was Sunday June 26.

After that, teams are allowed to make unlimited changes to the rosters before their opening fixtures in the event of serious injury or illness, which includes Covid-19 or a player being a close contact.

Here, GOAL has all of the confirmed UEFA Women's Euro squads and the details you need to know.

  • Ellen White Millie Bright Fran Kirby Rachel Daly England Women 2022Getty

    England

    Hosts of the tournament, England announced a 28-player preliminary squad as early as May 17, with the final squad coming on June 15.

    Jordan Nobbs is a key absentee, the Arsenal midfielder ruled out for the summer with a knee injury.

    The provisional roster included Steph Houghton, the long-serving captain of this team, but a player who has not played since January. She was cut from the final squad, along with goalkeeper Sandy MacIver, Chelsea's Niamh Charles, plus Manchester United duo Lucy Staniforth and Katie Zelem.

    Fran Kirby, who has not played since February, is in the squad. The forward was an unused substitute in Chelsea's Women's FA Cup triumph in May, having made great progress from a fatigue-related issue.

    Goalkeepers: Mary Earps (Manchester United), Hannah Hampton (Aston Villa), Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City).

    Defenders: Millie Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Manchester City), Jess Carter (Chelsea), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Alex Greenwood (Manchester City), Demi Stokes (Manchester City), Lotte Wubben-Moy (Arsenal).

    Midfielders: Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jill Scott (Aston Villa, on loan from Manchester City), Georgia Stanway (Bayern Munich), Ella Toone (Manchester United), Keira Walsh (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal).

    Forwards: Beth England (Chelsea), Lauren Hemp (Manchester City), Chloe Kelly (Manchester City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Arsenal), Alessia Russo (Manchester United), Ellen White (Manchester City).

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    Austria

    Austria's squad for this summer's Euros was announced on June 27.

    Fourteen members of the Euro 2017 squad, which went all the way to the semi-finals, were chosen again, with star names such as Hoffenheim striker Nicole Billa, Bayern Munich midfielder Sarah Zadrazil and Arsenal goalkeeper Manuela Zinsberger among them.

    That number became 15 on July 4 when it was announced that Lisa Kolb and Maria Plattner, the two 21-year-olds who are among Austria's most exciting young talents, would miss the tournament. Kolb was ruled out due to Covid, while Plattner's absence was due to a broken collarbone.

    Virginia Kirchberger, the Eintracht Frankfurt defender who was on the roster at Euro 2017, and Annabel Schasching, the 19-year-old who is now the youngest member of the squad, took their places.

    Goalkeepers: Isabella Kresche (St. Polten), Jasmin Pal (FC Koln), Manuela Zinsberger (Arsenal).

    Defenders: Celina Degen (FC Koln), Marina Georgieva (Sand), Verena Hanshaw (Eintracht Frankfurt), Katharina Naschenweng (Hoffenheim), Katharina Schiechtl (Werder Bremen), Viktoria Schnaderbeck (Arsenal), Carina Wenninger (Roma), Laura Wienroither (Arsenal), Virginia Kirchberger (Eintracht Frankfurt).

    Midfielders: Barbara Dunst (Eintracht Frankfurt), Jasmin Eder (St. Polten), Laura Feiersinger (Eintracht Frankfurt), Julia Hickelsberger-Fuller (Hoffenheim), Marie-Therese Hobinger (Zurich), Sarah Puntigam (FC Koln), Sarah Zadrazil (Bayern Munich), Annabel Schasching (Sturm Graz).

    Forwards: Nicole Billa (Hoffenheim), Stefanie Enzinger (St Polten), Lisa Makas (Austria Wien).

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    Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland's women's national team will make their major tournament debut this summer, with their official roster revealed at a special event at Windsor Park on June 27.

    Liverpool midfielder Rachel Furness will be the key player for Kenny Shiels' team, having scored five goals in qualifying and also helped the Reds seal promotion to the Women's Super League this season.

    After suffering an ACL injury in Northern Ireland's first game of the tournament, Simone Magill was ruled out of the rest of the competition.

    Goalkeepers: Jackie Burns (BK Hacken), Becky Flaherty (Brighouse Town), Shannon Turner (Wolverhampton Wanderers).

    Defenders: Kelsie Burrows (Cliftonville), Rebecca Holloway (Racing Louisville), Ashley Hutton (Linfield), Abbie Magee (Cliftonville), Sarah McFadden (Durham), Rebecca McKenna (Lewes), Julie Nelson (Crusaders Strikers), Laura Rafferty (Southampton), Demi Vance (Rangers).

    Midfielders: Nadene Caldwell (Glentoran), Joely Andrews (Glentoran), Chloe McCarron (Glentoran), Marissa Callaghan (Cliftonville), Louise McDaniel (Cliftonville), Rachel Furness (Liverpool).

    Forwards: Simone Magill (unattached), Caitlin McGuinness (Cliftonvillle), Kirsty McGuinness (Cliftonville), Lauren Wade (Glentoran), Emily Wilson (Crusaders Strikers).

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    Norway

    Norway have been one of the big stories in the build-up to this summer's Euros following the return of Ada Hegerberg, the 2018 Ballon d'Or winner.

    Hegerberg decided to stop representing her country in 2017 due a dispute over how the Norwegian Football Federation (NFF) was treating women's football, but came back in April after positive conversations with Lise Klaveness, the new NFF president.

    Head coach Martin Sjogren announce Norway's squad for the Euros on June 7, with the Lyon striker in there among a world-class winger in Caroline Graham Hansen and Guro Reiten, one of the stars of Chelsea's double-winning season.

    On June 26, it was announced that Lisa Naalsund would miss the tournament through injury. She was replaced in the squad by Thea Bjelde.

    Maren Mjelde, Reiten's club-mate, has been working her way back from injury over the last year and also makes the squad, but goalkeeper Cecilie Fiskerstrand sadly misses out after rupturing her ACL in May.

    Goalkeepers: Guro Pettersen (Valerenga), Sunniva Skoglund (Stabaek), Aurora Mikalsen (Brann).

    Defenders: Tuva Hansen (Brann), Maren Mjelde (Chelsea), Anja Sonstevold (Inter), Julie Blakstad (Manchester City), Maria Thorisdottir (Manchester United), Synne Skinnes Hansen (Rosenborg), Guro Bergsvand (Brann).

    Midfielders: Vilde Boe Risa (Manchester United), Amalie Eikeland (Reading), Ingrid Syrstad Engen (Barcelona), Frida Maanum (Arsenal), Elisabeth Terland (Brann), Guro Reiten (Chelsea), Thea Bjelde (Valerenga).

    Forwards: Anna Langas Josendal (Rosenborg), Karina Saevik (Avaldsnes), Sophie Roman Haug (Roma), Celin Bizet Ildhusoy (PSG), Caroline Graham Hansen (Barcelona), Ada Hegerberg (Lyon).

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    Denmark

    Runners-up at the 2017 edition of this tournament, Denmark are in the 'group of death' this time around with Finland, Germany and Spain.

    They have one of the best players in the world in their ranks to help them navigate the tricky phase, with Chelsea's Pernille Harder the captain and all-time top goalscorer for her country.

    Lars Sondergaard announced his squad for the tournament on June 16, with experienced forward Nadia Nadim making the cut after returning from an ACL injury earlier in the month.

    There was no place for Real Madrid winger Caroline Moller, though, while both West Ham's Emma Snerle and Everton's Nicoline Sorensen missed out due to injury - the latter's absence having been known for a while after she ruptured her ACL in September.

    Goalkeepers: Katrine Svane (AGF), Laura Nielsen (Odense Q), Lene Christensen (Rosenborg).

    Defenders: Simone Boye Sorensen (Arsenal), Katrine Veje (Rosengård), Luna Gevitz (Hacken), Rikke Sevecke (Everton), Sara Holmgaard (Turbine Potsdam), Sara Thrige (Milan), Stine Pedersen (Valerenga).

    Midfielders: Sofie Svava (Real Madrid), Katherine Kuhl (Nordsjaelland), Janni Thomsen (Valerenga), Karen Holmgaard (Turbine Potsdam), Sanne Troelsgaard (Reading), Sofie Bredgaard (Rosengard), Sofie Junge Pedersen (Juventus).

    Forwards: Pernille Harder (Chelsea), Mille Gejl (Hacken), Nadia Nadim (Racing Louisville), Rikke Marie Madsen (Madrid CFF), Signe Bruun (Manchester United, on loan from Lyon), Stine Larsen (Hacken).

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    Finland

    The big underdogs of the 'group of death', Finland's final squad for the Euros was revealed on June 9.

    Despite the odds being stacked against Anna Signeul's team, the head coach has some fantastic players with top experience on her roster, including Tottenham goalkeeper Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Natalia Kuikka of the Portland Thorns and Tuija Hyyrynen, who has just left Juventus after five successful seasons.

    Real Sociedad striker Sanni Franssi hit double figures in the Spanish league for a second successive season in 2021-22, helping to fire her club into the Champions League for the first time.

    Goalkeepers: Katriina Talaslahti (Fleury 91), Anna Tamminen (Hammarby), Tinja-Riikka Korpela (Tottenham).

    Defenders: Elli Pikkujamsa (KIF Orebro), Tuija Hyyrynen (Juventus), Emma Koivisto (Brighton), Anna Auvinen (Sampdoria), Nora Heroum (Lazio), Natalia Kuikka (Portland Thorns), Anna Westerlund (Aland United).

    Midfielders: Ria Oling (Rosengard), Olga Ahtinen (Linkoping), Emmi Alanen (Kristiandstad), Essi Sainio (HJK) Eveliina Summanen (Tottenham).

    Forwards: Adelina Engman (Hammarby), Sanni Franssi (Real Sociedad), Juliette Kemppi (IFK Kalmar), Amanda Rantanen (KIF Orebro), Jutta Rantala (Vittsjo), Jenny Danielsson (AIK), Heidi Kollanen (KIF Orebro), Linda Sallstrom (Vittsjo).

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    Germany

    Germany will head to the Euros as one of the favourites, as always, given they have won this competition a record eight times.

    They will be without two key players in midfield, however, with Dzsenifer Marozsan having sustained an ACL injury while Chelsea's Melanie Leupolz is expecting her first child. Selina Cerci, the young forward who had an excellent season with Turbine Potsdam, will also miss out due to an ACL injury.

    There is still a wealth of talent to choose from though, with GOAL's 2020 NXGN winner Lena Oberdorf leading the next generation of stars while captain Alex Popp is among those to bring incredible top level experience.

    Martina Voss-Tecklenburg revealed her provisional squad for the tournament on May 31. The final roster was then confirmed on June 18, with Martina Tufekovic, Jana Feldkamp, Maximiliane Rall, Sjoeke Nusken and Chantal Hagel missing out.

    Goalkeepers: Merle Frohms (Eintracht Frankfurt), Almuth Schult (Wolfsburg), Ann-Katrin Berger (Chelsea).

    Defenders: Sophia Kleinherne (Eintracht Frankfurt), Kathrin Hendrich (Wolfsburg), Marina Hegering (Bayern Munich), Giulia Gwinn (Bayern Munich), Felicitas Rauch (Wolfsburg), Sara Doorsoun (Eintracht Frankfurt).

    Midfielders: Lena Lattwein (Wolfsburg), Lena Oberdorf (Wolfsburg), Sydney Lohmann (Bayern Munich), Svenja Huth (Wolfsburg), Sara Dabritz (Paris Saint-Germain), Linda Dallmann (Bayern Munich), Lina Magull (Bayern Munich).

    Forwards: Jule Brand (Hoffenheim), Lea Schuller (Bayern Munich), Laura Freigang (Eintracht Frankfurt), Alexandra Popp (Wolfsburg), Nicole Anyomi (Eintracht Frankfurt), Tabea Wassmuth (Wolfsburg), Klara Buhl (Bayern Munich).

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    Spain

    Spain head coach Jorge Vilda revealed his provisional squad for the Euros on May 31, with the final roster confirmed on June 27.

    Ainhoa Vicente Moraza, Teresa Abelleira, Claudia Zornoza, Amaiur Sarriegi and Nerea Eizagirre were the five names cut, Sarriegi a shock in particular given the goals she could bring to a squad that will be without Barcelona forward Jenni Hermoso, who was ruled out of the tournament with a knee injury.

    Salma Paralluelo, the talented Villarreal forward, was a surprise inclusion, with this the first call-up to the senior squad for the 18-year-old. However, on June 29, she joined Hermoso on the injury list and was replaced in the squad by Teresa.

    Spain were then dealt a huge injury blow on the eve of the tournament, when Ballon d'Or winner Alexia Putellas ruptured her ACL. Her replacement was confirmed as Sarriegi on July 6.

    Goalkeepers: Sandra Panos (Barcelona), Lola Gallardo (Atletico Madrid), Misa Rodriguez (Real Madrid).

    Defenders: Irene Paredes (Barcelona), Maria Leon (Barcelona), Leila Ouahabi (Barcelona), Andrea Pereira (Barcelona), Ivana Andres (Real Madrid), Ona Batlle (Manchester United), Laia Aleixandri (Atletico Madrid), Olga Carmona (Real Madrid), Sheila Garcia (Atletico Madrid).

    Midfielders: Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona), Patri Guijarro (Barcelona), Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona), Irene Guerrero (Levante), Teresa Abelleira (Real Madrid).

    Forwards: Lucia Garcia (Athletic Club), Esther Gonzalez (Real Madrid), Marta Cardona (Real Madrid), Athenea del Castillo (Real Madrid), Claudia Pina (Barcelona), Amaiur Sarriegi (Real Sociedad).

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    Netherlands

    The reigning European champions, the Netherlands head into this tournament with a different head coach at the helm as Mark Parsons tries to help this team defend its title.

    The Englishman announced his squad on May 31 ahead of his first major tournament and it is packed with quality.

    Arsenal forward Vivianne Miedema, who has more international goals than any Dutch player in history, is the face of this side, which also includes Damaris Egurrola, the Spain-born midfielder who recently declared for the country of her mother. Esmee Brugts, who ranked at No.12 in this year's NXGN list, could also be included.

    Danielle van de Donk has not played since November due to injury, but has been an unused substitute for Lyon in recent weeks and is in the squad. One notable absentee is Shanice van de Sanden, with the Wolfsburg winger only on standby.

    Goalkeepers: Daphne van Domselaar (Twente), Barbara Lorsheyd (ADO Den Haag), Sari van Veenendaal (PSV).

    Defenders: Kerstin Casparij (Twente), Caitlin Dijkstra (Twente), Merel van Dongen (Atletico Madrid), Stefanie van der Gragt (Ajax), Dominique Janssen (Wolfsburg), Aniek Nouwen (Chelsea), Marisa Olislagers (Twente), Lynn Wilms (Wolfsburg).

    Midfielders: Danielle van de Donk (Lyon), Damaris Egurrola (Lyon), Jackie Groenen (Manchester United), Victoria Pelova (Ajax), Jill Roord (Wolfsburg), Sherida Spitse (Ajax).

    Forwards: Lineth Beerensteyn (Bayern Munich), Esmee Brugts (PSV), Renate Jansen (Twente), Romee Leuchter (Ajax), Lieke Martens (Barcelona), Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal).

    Reserves: Jill Baijings (Essen), Kayleigh van Dooren (Twente), Kika van Es (Twente), Chasity Grant (Ajax), Fenna Kalma (Twente), Shanice van de Sanden (Wolfsburg), Katja Snoeijs (Bordeaux), Jacintha Weimar (Feyenoord).

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    Portugal

    Portugal's place at the Euros was only confirmed on May 2, following the suspension of Russia, but Francisco Neto was the second coach to confirm his final squad for the tournament, on May 30.

    Twenty of the 23 names on the official list play their club football in their homeland, including striker Jessica Silva, who has played in five different countries in her career.

    Those plying their trade abroad include goalkeeper Ines Pereira, who impressed plenty with her performances for Servette in the Champions League this season, and Tatiana Pinto of Levante.

    On July 5, Andreia Jacinto, the 20-year-old midfielder who secured a big move to Real Sociedad just ahead of the tournament, was ruled out through injury. Suzane Pires was called up as her replacement, who also plays her football abroad, with Ferroviaria in Brazil.

    Goalkeepers: Ines Pereira (Servette), Patricia Morais (Braga), Rute Costa (Famalicao).

    Defenders: Alicia Correia (Sporting CP), Carole (Benfica), Catarina Amado (Benfica), Diana Gomes (Braga), Joana Marchao (Sporting CP), Mariana Azevedo (Famalicao), Silvia Rebelo (Benfica).

    Midfielders: Andreia Norton (Braga), Andreia Faria (Benfica), Dolores Silva (Braga), Fatima Pinto (Sporting CP), Kika Nazareth (Benfica), Tatiana Pinto (Levante), Vanessa Marques (Braga), Suzane Pires (Ferroviaria).

    Forwards: Ana Borges (Sporting CP), Carolina Mendes (Braga), Diana Silva (Sporting CP), Jessica Silva (Benfica), Telma Encarnacao (Maritimo).

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    Sweden

    Olympic silver medallists last summer, Sweden are certainly one of the fancied nations for this year's Euros.

    Peter Gerhardsson revealed his squad for this tournament on June 7, featuring 19 of the 22 players that went to the Games in Tokyo 12 months ago.

    Many of Europe's top clubs are represented on the roster, with players from clubs in seven different countries included.

    Goalkeepers: Jennifer Falk (Hacken), Hedvig Lindahl (Atletico Madrid), Zecira Musovic (Chelsea).

    Defenders: Magdalena Eriksson (Chelsea), Hanna Glas (Bayern Munich), Jonna Andersson (Hammarby), Nathalie Bjorn (Everton), Amanda Ilestedt (Paris Saint-Germain), Emma Kullberg (Brighton), Amanda Nilden (Juventus), Linda Sembrant (Juventus).

    Midfielders: Caroline Seger (Rosengard), Filippa Angeldahl (Manchester City), Hanna Bennison (Everton), Kosovare Asllani (Real Madrid), Elin Rubensson (Hacken), Johanna Rytting Kaneryd (Hacken).

    Forwards: Lina Hurtig (Juventus), Fridolina Rolfo (Barcelona), Stina Blackstenius (Arsenal), Sofia Jakobsson (San Diego Wave), Rebecka Blomqvist (Wolfsburg), Olivia Schough (Rosengard).

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    Switzerland

    Switzerland's squad for the tournament was announced on June 21, as the country prepares to make just its second appearance at the UEFA Women's Euro.

    Fourteen members of Nils Nielsen's roster were part of that team that went to the Netherlands five years ago. Among them are many stars of Europe's top clubs, such as Arsenal's Lia Walti, Paris Saint-Germain's Ramona Bachmann and Barcelona's Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic.

    The Danish head coach, however, is without Aston Villa winger Alisha Lehmann, who has said she does not feel "mentally ready" for the competition, and Ella Touon, the teenage defender who was ruled out of the tournament through injury on June 27. Zurich's Nadine Riesen is her replacement.

    Goalkeepers: Gaelle Thalmann (Real Betis), Seraina Friedli (FC Aarau), Livia Peng (FC Zurich).

    Defenders: Eseosa Aigbogun (Paris FC), Luana Buhler (Hoffenheim), Viola Calligaris (Levante), Rahel Kiwic (FC Zurich), Noelle Maritz (Arsenal), Lara Marti (Bayer Leverkusen), Rachel Rinast (FC Koln), Julia Stierli (FC Zurich), Nadine Riesen (Zurich).

    Midfielders: Sandy Maendly (Servette), Sandrine Mauron (Eintracht Frankfurt), Géraldine Reuteler (Eintracht Frankfurt), Coumba Sow (Paris FC), Riola Xhemaili (Freiburg), Lia Walti (Arsenal).

    Forwards: Ramona Bachmann (Paris Saint-Germain), Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic (Barcelona), Svenja Folmli (Freiburg), Fabienne Humm (FC Zurich), Meriame Terchoun (FC Zurich).

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    Belgium

    Belgium head coach Ives Serneels announced a provisional 33-player squad for this summer's Euros on May 18, with the final roster revealed on June 20.

    Both Elena Dhont and Kassandra Missipo are back after injuries, while the headline names in the team are Janice Cayman, a two-time European champion with Lyon; Tine De Caigny, the 24-year-old shining with Hoffenheim; and Tessa Wullaert, who made a real name for herself during spells abroad with both Wolfsburg and Manchester City.

    On June 15, it was announced that Jarne Teulings, Shari Van Belle, Marie Detruyer and Zenia Mertens had left the preparation camp for the tournament.

    Femke Bastiaen, Isabelle Iliano, Chloe Vande Velde, Lenie Onzia, Jassina Blom and Jill Janssens were then the six further names to be cut from the provisional squad upon the announcement of the final 23.

    Goalkeepers: Nicky Evrard (Gent), Diede Lemey (Sassuolo), Lisa Lichtfus (Dijon).

    Defenders: Davina Philtjens (Sassuolo), Amber Tysiak (OH Leuven), Laura De Neve (Anderlecht), Sari Kees (OH Leuven), Laura Deloose (Anderlecht), Jody Vangheluwe (Club YLA), Charlotte Tison (Anderlecht).

    Midfielders: Justine Vanhaevermaet (Reading), Marie Minnaert (Club YLA), Julie Biesmans (PSV), Feli Delacauw (Gent), Kassandra Missipo (Basel).

    Forwards: Ella Van Kerkhoven (Anderlecht), Sarah Wijnants (Anderlecht), Tine De Caigny (Hoffenheim), Tessa Wullaert (Fortuna Sittard), Janice Cayman (Lyon), Hannah Eurlings (OH Leuven), Davinia Vanmechelen (Standard), Elena Dhont (Twente).

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    France

    France head coach Corinne Diacre was the first to announce her squad for this summer's tournament on May 30.

    The 47-year-old's time in charge of the national team has not been without controversy and that continued with this squad reveal. Amandine Henry, player of the match in the 2021/22 Women's Champions League final, is not included, nor is fellow Lyon team-mate Eugenie Le Sommer, an eight-time European champion. Viviane Asseyi, the Bayern Munich forward, is also a surprise absentee.

    Paris Saint-Germain's Kheira Hamaroui is another notable name that is missing, albeit in much different circumstances after a season of controversy herself in the French capital.

    Despite those headline-grabbing omissions, this is still a squad packed with talent, be it in the form of form of Lyon defenders Selma Bacha, Griedge Mbock Bathy and captain Wendie Renard, or PSG's scintillating forwards Sandy Baltimore and Kadidiatou Diani.

    Marie-Antoinette Katoto would be another name to add to the latter list, but sadly her tournament was cut short by injury on July 15 after France's second fixture.

    Goalkeepers: Mylene Chavas (Bordeaux), Justine Lerond (Metz), Pauline Peyraud-Magnin (Juventus).

    Defenders: Selma Bacha (Lyon), Hawa Cissoko (West Ham), Sakina Karchaoui (Paris Saint-Germain), Griedge Mbock Bathy (Lyon), Eve Perisset (Bordeaux), Wendie Renard (Lyon), Marion Torrent (Montpellier), Aissatou Tounkara (Atletico Madrid).

    Midfielders: Charlotte Bilbault (Bordeaux), Kenza Dali (Everton), Grace Geyoro (Paris Saint-Germain), Ella Palis (Bordeaux), Sandie Toletti (Levante).

    Forwards Sandy Baltimore (Paris Saint-Germain), Delphine Cascarino (Lyon), Kadidiatou Diani (Paris Saint-Germain), Marie-Antoinette Katoto (Paris Saint-Germain), Melvine Mallard (Lyon), Clara Mateo (Paris FC), Ouleymata Sarr (Paris FC).

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    Iceland

    Iceland will compete at its third Women's Euro this summer and there are a lot of talented youngsters in Thorsteinn Halldorsson's final squad, which was announced on June 11.

    Among them is Sveindis Jonsdottir, Wolfsburg's 20-year-old winger who has made a serious impression with her performances in the Champions League in particular in the last few months.

    Those talented youngsters are complemented by tons of players with vast experience at the highest level, from Champions League-winning midfielder Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir to Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir of the Orlando Pride.

    On July 9, the day before Iceland's first game, teenage goalkeeper Cecilia Ran Runarsdottir was ruled out of the tournament with a broken finger. Audur Scheving Sveinbjornsdottir, only 19 years old herself, was called up in her place.

    Goalkeepers: Sandra Sigurdardottir (Valur), Telma Ivarsdottir (Breidablik), Audur Scheving Sveinbjornsdottir (Afturelding).

    Defenders: Aslaug Munda Gunnlaugsdottir (Breidablik), Elisa Vidarsdottir (Valur), Ingibjorg Sigurdardottir (Valerenga), Gudny Arnadottir (Milan), Gudrun Arnardottir (Rosengard), Sif Atladottir (Selfoss), Hallbera Gudny Gisladottir (IFK Kalmar).

    Midfielders: Alexandra Johannsdottir (Eintract Frankfurt), Dagny Brynjarsdottir (West Ham), Karolina Lea Vilhjalmsdottir (Bayern Munich), Selma Sol Magnusdottir (Rosenborg), Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir (Orlando Pride), Sara Bjork Gunnarsdottir (Lyon), Agla Maria Albertsdottir (Hacken), Amanda Andradottir (Kristianstads).

    Forwards: Svava Ros Gundmundsdottir (Brann), Berglind Bjorg Thorvaldsdottir (Brann), Elin Metta Jensen (Valur), Sveindis Jane Jonsdottir (Wolfsburg).

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    Italy

    Italy head coach Milena Bertolini confirmed her final squad for this summer's tournament on June 26.

    After enjoying a best-ever World Cup campaign in 2019, the Azzurre will be looking to follow that up with an excellent Euros. It has already been a breakthrough season for the women's game in Italy, too, Juventus reaching the quarter-finals of the Champions League.

    Many of the players involved in that success for the Bianconere will be involved in England, such as star striker Cristiana Girelli and fellow forward Barbara Bonansea, the pair linking up so well for club and country.

    Goalkeepers: Francesca Durante (Inter), Laura Giuliani (Milan), Katja Schroffenegger (Fiorentina).

    Defenders: Elisa Bartoli (Roma), Valentina Bergamaschi (Milan), Lisa Boattin (Juventus), Lucia Di Guglielmo (Roma), Maria Luisa Filangeri (Sassuolo), Sara Gama (Juventus), Martina Lenzini (Juventus), Elena Linari (Roma).

    Midfielders: Arianna Caruso (Juventus), Valentina Cernoia (Juventus), Aurora Galli (Everton), Manuela Giugliano (Roma), Martina Rosucci (Juventus), Flaminia Simonetti (Inter).

    Forwards: Barbara Bonansea (Juventus), Agnese Bonfantini (Juventus), Valentina Giacinti (Fiorentina), Cristiana Girelli (Juventus), Martina Piemonte (Milan), Daniela Sabatino (Fiorentina).