Friday, July 19, 2024

Arsenal Women on International Duty: Round-Up

After winning the Conti Cup on Sunday against Chelsea, players were quickly jetting off to join their National Teams with the Gunners not back in action until 14 April at home to Bristol City. Here is a rundown of when and where Arsenal’s squad will be playing during this international period.

Manu Zinsberger and Laura Wienroither are in the Austria squad, the latter for the first time in a year following her ACL injury. Austria play at home to Germany in Linz on Friday night at 7.30pm, before travelling to Gdynia to play Poland on Tuesday at 5.30pm. Both these games are Euro 2025 qualifiers.

Emily Fox is in the USA squad for the SheBelieves Cup. They play Japan on Saturday at 5.30pm UK time in Atlanta. Depending on results, USA will play either Brazil or Canada on Tuesday.

Lotte Wubben-Moy, Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and Alessia Russo are all in the England squad for Euro 2025 qualifiers. They will play Sweden at Wembley at 8pm on Friday evening, followed by Republic of Ireland in Dublin on Tuesday night at 7.30pm.

Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord and Kyra Cooney-Cross are in the Matildas squad for Australia’s friendly against Mexico in San Antonio, the game kicks off at 1am UK time next Wednesday.

At time of writing it remains to be seen whether Frida Maanum will join up with the Norway squad, they play Euro 2025 qualifiers against Finland in Oslo at 5pm on Friday, followed by a trip to Breda to take on Netherlands on Tuesday at 7.45pm.

Sabrina D’Angelo and Cloe Lacasse are in the Canada squad for their SheBelieves Cup game against Brazil at 8.30pm on Saturday evening in Atlanta.

Katie McCabe will captain Ireland for Euro 2025 qualifiers against France in Metz at 8.10pm on Friday evening and England in Dublin at 7.30pm on Tuesday.

Victoria Pelova is in the Netherlands squad for their Euro 2025 qualifiers against Italy in Cosenza at 5.15pm on Friday and Norway in Breda on Tuesday at 7.45pm.

Stina Blackstenius is in the Sweden squad for Euro 2025 qualifiers against England at Wembley on Friday evening at 8pm and against France in Goteborg at 6pm on Tuesday.

Laia Codina is in the Spain squad for Euro 2025 qualifiers against Belgium in Heverlee at 7.45pm on Friday evening, followed by a game against Czechia in Burgos at 6pm on Tuesday.

Kim Little has retired from international duty for Scotland, Vivianne Miedema (knee) is injured for Netherlands’ games, Lia Walti (knee) is out of Switzerland’s games and Lina Hurtig (back) and Amanda Ilestedt (pregnancy) are out of the Sweden squad.

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Bruce

Come back safely

Gunner H

So many players are travelling such long distances – even the Americas! We can expect wildly different postcards Ha Ha!

Thankfully our inspirational Captain has no chance of picking up an injury.

Fun Gunner

Frida is not going to be joining the Norway squad, according to the Guardian. Still no news on what the problem is/was, though.

sumsang61

That is a big worry. You don’t just go down like that for nothing 😐

Iceman

I’m at least encouraged by the fact she travelled home with the team on the bus after the game. The worst case scenario (and our assumption when something like that happens) would’ve been a cardiac event but were that the case she would’ve been in the hospital, not on the bus.

I was wondering if it was some kind of exhaustion-induced faint or something.

Chrishgooner

I thought along the lines of exhaustion. Frida certainly put “on a shift” in the game. Would be interesting to see her activity statistics.

Iceman

It’ll be awkward for Fox next season when she goes off for an interlull to play for her nation team and finds Emma &%#ing Hayes.

Redwall

haha🤣

Fun Gunner

Good luck to all our international stars. And those who aren’t going away, have fun spreading all your stuff out in the changing room and eating the extra bowls of trifle after training…

Fun Gunner

Update on Frida Maanum from the Arsenal website here:

https://www.arsenal.com/news/update-frida-maanum

Sounds like it appeared to be a cardiac problem, but the doctors haven’t found an underlying cause. She’s being monitored and may or may not return to the squad this season.

Kodiwo

Suggestion: Maybe you should also include the players on loan (Freya, Kühl) and the academy players too (Viv Lia, Agyemang, Earl)?

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