Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Arsenal Women July international round-up

Arsenal Women will have plenty of players during the absolutely ludicrously positioned July international window, with a full rounf of Euro 2025 qualifiers, as well as players who will be preparing for the Olympics, the women’s football tournament of which gets underway on July 25. Here is a full rundown of where Arsenal’s players will be and who they will be playing. With the exception of the Olympians, Arsenal’s first-team players will return for pre-season at the end of this month.

Euro 2025 qualifiers (all KO times BST)


Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and Alessia Russo are in the England squad for their Euro 2025 qualifying double header. England play Republic of Ireland at Carrow Road on Friday evening at 8pm, followed by a game against Sweden in Goteborg on Tuesday at 6pm. Lotte Wubben-Moy is absent due to a foot injury but is expected to be ok to return to pre-season training.


Frida Maanum is in the Norway squad for qualifiers against Finland in Turku at 5pm on Friday evening before they play at home to Netherlands in Bergen on Tuesday at 6pm.


Mariona Caldentey and Laia Codina are in the Spain squad, they play Czechia in Chomutov on Friday evening at 5pm before playing Belgium in Coruna on Tuesday evening at 6pm. Spain will also participate in the Olympics, they kickoff their tournament against Japan on 25 July in Nantes.


Kathrine Kuhl is in the Denmark squad for their Friday evening qualifier against Belgium in St. Trond, before they return home to Vejle to take on Czechia at 6pm on Tuesday.


Katie McCabe is suspended for Ireland’s qualifier against England at Carrow Road on Friday evening but returns to the team when they take on France in Cork on Tuesday at 6pm.


Manu Zinsberger and Laura Wienroither are part of the Austria squad as they play Poland in Altach at 5pm on Friday. They move onto Hannover to play Germany at 6pm on Tuesday. Zinsberger will win her 100th cap for Austria if she plays in either game.

As well as Lotte Wubben-Moy, Lia Wälti (Switzerland), Victoria Pelova (Netherlands) and Stina Blackstenius, Amanda Ilestedt and Lina Hurtig (Sweden) are unavailable for their countries.

Spain’s Euro qualifiers will form their Olympic preparation but some other Gunners will also be preparing for this summer’s games with some warmup fixtures.

Caitlin Foord, Steph Catley and Krya Cooney-Cross are in the Australia squad and they will play a warm-up friendly against Cloe Lacasse’s Canada in Marbella on Saturday evening at 8pm. Emily Fox and the USA play Mexico in New Jersey at 8.30pm on Saturday evening, before playing Costa Rica at 0030 on 17 July in Washington DC. Here are the group stage fixtures for the Arsenal players.


25 July v Germany, 6pm (Marseilles)
28 July v Zambia, 6pm (Nice)
31 July v USA, 6pm (Marseilles)


25 July v New Zealand, 4pm (St. Ettienne)
28 July v France, 8pm (St. Ettienne)
31 July v Colombia, 8pm (Nice)


25 July v Zambia, 8pm (Nice)
28 July v Germany, 8pm (Marseilles)
31 July v Australia, 6pm (Marseilles)


25 July v Japan, 4pm (Nantes)
28 July v Nigeria, 6pm (Nantes)
31 July v Brazil, 4pm (Bordeaux)

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Any idea when WSL fixtures come out ?


Its now less days until the start of the season than it was when the fixtures came out last year

Peter Story Teller

McCabe suspended? Surely not!


Yeah I was just as surprised as you 😁


I loved Tim’s piece (can’t remember where) where he said that Ben White was just an amateur compared with Katie when it comes to shithousery!

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