By 90Min
May 27, 2019

The 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup is now less than two weeks away and the final 23-player squads for all 24 competing countries have been finalised.

Ahead of the tournament kick-off in June, here's a rundown of every complete squad...


Group A


France

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Lyon forward Eugenie Le Sommer (pictured) will be France's chief goal threat as they look to match their male counterparts and seal a second World Cup in as many summers.


Goalkeepers: Sarah Bouhaddi (Lyon), Solene Durand (Guingamp), Pauline Peyraud-Magnin (Arsenal)
Defenders: Wendie Renard (Lyon), Mbock Bathy Nka (Lyon), Julie Debever (Guingamp), Sakina Karchaoui (Montpellier), Gridge, Eve Perisset (PSG), Marion Torrent (Montpellier), Aissatou Tounkara (Atletico Madrid)
Midfielders: Amandine Henry (Lyon), Charlotte Bilbault (Paris FC), Elise Bussaglia (Dijon), Maeva Clemaron (Fluery), Onema Grace Geyoro (PSG), Amel Majri (Lyon)
Forwards: Eugenie Le Sommer (Lyon), Gaetane Thiney (Paris FC), Viviane Asseyi (Bordeaux), Delphine Cascarino (Lyon), Kadidiatou Diani (PSG), Valerie Gauvin (Montpellier), Emelyne Laurent (Guingamp)

South Korea

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Chelsea's Ji So-yun (pictured) and West Ham's Cho Soh-yun are two of only three of the squad who play their club football outside South Korea. The other is Lee Min-a based in Japan.

Goalkeepers: Kang Ga-ae (Gumi Sportstoto), Kim Min-jung (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Jung Bo-ram (Hwacheon)
Defenders: Lee Eun-mi (Suwon), Jeong Yeong-a (Gyeongiu), Hwang Bo-ram (Hwacheon), Kim Do-yeon (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Lim Seon-joo (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Shin Dam-yeong (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Jang Sel-gi (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Kim Hye-ri (Hyundai Steel Red Angels)
Midfielders: Lee Min-a (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Cho Soh-yun (West Ham), Moon Mi-ra (Suwon), Kang Yu-mi (Hwacheon), Lee Young-ju (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Lee So-dam (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Kang Chae-rim (Hyundai Steel Red Angels)
Forwards: Ji So-yun (Chelsea), Jung Seol-bin (Hyudai Red Steel Angels), Yeo Min-ji (Suwon), Lee Geum-min (Gyeongiu), Son Hwa-yeon (Changnyeong)

Norway

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No Ada Hegerberg means that Norway will rely on Caroline Graham Hansen (pictured) and Isabell Herlovsen for goals and creativity in France this summer.

Goalkeepers: Ingrid Hjelmseth (Stabaek), Cecilie Fiskerstand (LSK), Oda Maria Hove Bogstad (Arna-Bjornar)
Defenders: Ingrid Moe Wold (LSK), Cecilie Redisch Kvamme (Sandviken), Maria Thorisdottir (Chelsea), Maren Mjelde (Chelsea), Stine Hovland (Sandviken)
Midfielders: Synne Skinnes Hansen (LSK), Kristine Minde (Wolfsburg), Frida Leonhardsen Maanum (Linkpoing), Vilde Bøe Risa (Kopparbergs/Goteborg), Ingrid Syrstad Engen (LSK), Amalie Vevle Eikeland (Sandviken), Guro Reiten (LSK), Karina Sævik (Kolbotn), Caroline Graham Hansen (Wolfsburg), Emilie Nautnes (Arna-Bjornar)
Forwards: Emilie Haavi (LSK), Therese Sessy Asland (LSK), Isabell Herlovsen (Kolbotn), Lisa-Marie Karlseng Utland (Rosengard), Elise Hove Thorsnes (LSK)

Nigeria

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Forward Asisat Oshoala (pictured) was named BBC Women's Footballer of the Year in 2015, has previously played for Liverpool and Arsenal, and is now playing for Barcelona.

Goalkeepers: Tochukwu Oluehi (Rivers Angels), Chiamaka Nnadozie (Rivers Angels), Alaba Jonathan (Bayelsa Queens)
Defenders: Osinachi Ohale (Vaxjo), Ngozi Ebere (Arna-Bjornar), Onome Ebi (Henan Huishang), Faith Michael (Pitea), Chidinma Okeke (Robo)
Midfielders: Amarachi Okoronkwo (Nassarawa Amazons), Evelyn Nwabuoku (Rivers Angels), Rita Chikwelu (Kristianstads), Chinaza Uchendu (Braga), Ngozi Okobi (Eskilstuna United), Rasheedat Ajibade (Avaldsnes), Halimatu Ayinde (Eskilstuna United), Ogonna Chukwudi (Djurgardens)
Forwards: Anam Imo (Rosengard), Asisat Oshoala (Barcelona), Desire Oparanozie (Guingamp), Uchenna Kanu (Southeastern Fire), Francisca Ordega (Shanghai Shenhua), Chinwendu Ihezuo (Henan Huishang), Alice Ogebe (Rivers Angels)

Group B


Germany

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Lyon midfielder Dzsenifer Marozsan (pictured) is the standout name in a talented Germany squad ranked second in the world and looking to win a first World Cup since 2007.


Goalkeepers: Almuth Schult (Wolfsburg), Laura Benkarth (Freiburg), Merle Frohms (Freiburg)
Defenders: Carolin Simon (Lyon), Kathrin Hendrich (Frankfurt), Leonie Maier (Bayern Munich), Marina Hegering (Essen), Lena Goeßling (Wolfsburg), Johanna Elsig (Turbine Potsdam), Giulia Gwinn (Freiburg), Sara Doorsoun (Wolfsburg)
Midfielders: Lena Oberdorf (Essen), Svenja Huth (Turbine Potsdam), Dzsenifer Marozsan (Lyon), Sara Däbritz (Bayern Munich), Linda Dallman (Essen), Verena Schweers (Bayern Munich), Melanie Leupolz (Bayern Munich), Lina Magull (Bayern Munich), Turid Knaak (Essen)
Forwards: Lea Schüller (Essen), Alexandra Popp (Wolfsburg), Klara Bühl (Freiburg)

China

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Yang Li (pictured) kicked off her international career in 2014 as top goalscorer at the Asian Cup and is now one of the older and most established players in China's World Cup squad.

Goalkeepers: Xu Huan (Beijing BSU), Peng Shimeng (Jiangsu Suning), Bi Xaolin (Dalian Quinjian)
Defenders: Liu Shanshan (Beijing BSU), Lin Yuping (Wuhan Jiangda University), Wu Haiyan (Wuhan Jiangda University), Li Jiayue (Shanghai), Wang Yan (Beijing BSU), Wang Ying (Wuhan Jiangda University), Li Wen (Dalian Quanjian)
Midfielders: Han Peng (Guangdong Huijun), Tan Ruyin (Guangdong Huijun), Zhang Rui (Changchun Volkswagen), Yao Wei (Wuhan Jiangda University), Luo Guiping (Guangdong Huijun), Liu Yanqiu (Wuhan Jiangda University)
Forwards: Lou Jiahui (Henan Jianye), Wang Shuang (PSG), Yang Li (Jiangsu Huatai), Li Ying (Guangdong Huijun), Wang Shanshan (Dalian Quanjian), Song Duan (Dalian Quanjian), Gu Yasha (Beijing BSU)

Spain

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Midfielder Alexia Putellas (pictured) is one of nine Barcelona players in the Spain squad, with another five representing reigning Spanish champions Atletico Madrid.

Goalkeepers: Lola Gallardo (Atletico Madrid), Sandra Panos (Barcelona), Mariasun Quinones (Real Sociedad)
Defenders: Ivana Andres (Levante), Mapi Leon (Barcelona), Irene Paredes (PSG), Marta Corredera (Levante), Marta Torrejon (Barcelona), Leila Ouahabi (Barcelona), Celia Jimenez (Reign FC), Andrea Pereira (Barcelona)
Midfielders: Vicky Losada (Barcelona), Alexia Putellas (Barcelona), Silvia Meseguer (Atletico Madrid), Amanda Sampedro (Atletico Madrid), Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona), Patri Guijarro (Barcelona), Virginia Torrecilla (Montpellier)
Forwards: Jennifer Hermoso (Atletico Madrid), Andrea Falcon (Atletico Madrid), Lucia Garcia (Athletic Bilbao), Nahikari Garcia (Real Sociedad), Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona)

South Africa

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This is the first time that South Africa have qualified for the World Cup and versatile 33-year-old Noko Matlou (pictured) will be crucial if they are to give a good account of themselves.

Goalkeepers: Mapaseka Mpuru (University of Pretoria), Andile Dlamini (Mamelodi Sundowns), Kaylin Swart (Golden Stars)
Defenders: Lebohang Ramalepe (Ma-Indies), Nothando Vilakazi (Gintra Universitetas), Noko Matlou (Ma-Indies), Janine Van Wyk (JVW), Karabo Dhlamini (Mamelodi Sundowns), Bambanani Mbane (Bloemfontein Celtic), Tiisetso Makhubela (Mamelodi Sundowns), Bongeka Gamede (University of the Western Cape)
Midfielders: Mamello Makhabane (JVW), Linda Motlhalo (Beijing Phoenix), Refiloe Jane (Unattached), Leandra Smeda (Vittsjo), Kholosa Biyana (University of KwaZulu Natal), Busisiwe Ndimeni (Tshwane University of Technology), Sibulele Holweni (Sophakama)
Forwards: Ode Fulutudilu (Malaga), Amanda Mthandi (University of Johannesburg), Thembi Kgatlana (Beijing Phoenix), Jermaine Seoposenwe (Gintra Universitetas), Rhoda Mulaudzi (Unattached)

Group C


Australia

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Sam Kerr (pictured) will be Australia's most dangerous player and is at her third World Cup already, despite still only being 25 years of age. This could be the last for Lisa de Vanna.

Goalkeepers: Lydia Williams (Reign FC), Mackenzie Arnold (Brisbane Roar), Teagan Micha (UCLA)
Defenders: Steph Catley (Reign FC), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride), Teigen Allen (Melbourne Victory), Laura Alleway (Melbourne Victory), Ellie Carpenter (Portland Thorns), Clare Polkinghorne (Houston Dash), Gema Simon (Newcastle Jets)
Midfielders: Katrina Gorry (Brisbane Roar), Amy Harrison (Washington Spirit), Elise Kellond-Knight (Reign FC), Chloe Logarzo (Washington Spirit), Aivi Luik (Levante), Emily van Egmond (Orlando Pride), Tameka Yallop (Klepp IL)
Forwards: Lisa de Vanna (Sydney FC), Sam Kerr (Chicago Red Stars), Caitlin Foord (Portland Thorns), Emily Gielnik (Melbourne Victory), Hayley Raso (Portland Thorns), Mary Fowler (Bankstown City Lions)

Italy

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Forwards Cristiana Girelli (pictured) of Juventus and Daniela Sabatino of AC Milan have scored close to a goal every other game for Italy during their international careers to date.

Goalkeepers: Laura Giuliani (Juventus), Chiara Marchitelli (Fiorentina), Rosalia Pipitone (Roma)
Defenders: Sara Gama (Juventus), Elena Linari (Atletico Madrid), Alia Guagni (Fiorentina), Laura Fusetti (AC Milan), Lisa Boattin (Juventus), Linda Tucceri (AC Milan)
Midfielders: Valentina Bergamaschi (AC Milan), Aurora Galli (Juventus), Martina Rosucci (Juventus), Alice Parisi (Fiorentina), Barbara Bonanesa (Juventus), Annamaria Serturini (Roma), Valentina Cernoia (Juventus), Manuela Giugliano (AC Milan)
Forwards: Daniela Sabatino (AC Milan), Cristiana Girelli (Juventus), Stefania Tarenzi (Chievo), Ilaria Mauro (Fiorentina), Valentina Giacinti (AC Milan)

Brazil

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This could be a last World Cup for Brazil superstar Marta (pictured). Veteran teammate Formiga is 41 years of age and incredibly about to play on this stage for the seventh time, a world record.

Goalkeepers: Aline (Granadilla), Barbara (Kindermann), Leticia (Corinthians)
Defenders: Camila (Orlando Pride), Erika (Corinthians), Fabiana (Internacional), Kathellen (Bordeaux), Leticia (Sand), Monica (Corinthians), Tamires (Fortuna Hjorring), Tayla (Benfica)
Midfielders: Adriana (Corinthians), Andressinha (Portland Thorns), Formiga (PSG), Thaisa (AC Milan)
Forwards: Andressa Alves (Barcelona), Bia Zaneratto (Hyundai Steel Red Angels), Cristiane (Sao Paulo), Debinha (NC Courage), Geyse (Benfica), Ludmila (Atletico Madrid), Marta (Orlando Pride), Raquel (Sporting Huelva)

Jamaica

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Jamaica will be looking to Khadija Shaw for goals at their first ever World Cup, partnered by 17-year-old prodigy Jody Brown, who is still a high school student in Florida.

Goalkeepers: Sydney Schneider (UNC), Nicole McClure (Sion Swift), Yazmeen Jamieson (Papakura City)
Defenders: Chanel Hudson-Marks (University of Memphis), Konya Plummer (UCF Knights), Marlo Sweatman (Szent Mihaly), Den-Den Blackwood (University of West Florida), Dominique Bond-Flasza (PSV Eindhoven), Allyson Swaby (Roma), Toriana Patterson (Pink Sport Time)
Midfielders: Lauren Silver (Trondheim/Orn), Chantelle Swaby (Rutgers University), Havana Solaun (Klepp), Chinyelu Asher (Stabaek ), Ashleigh Shim (Unattached), Sashana Campbell (Maccabi Kishronot Hadera)
Forwards: Jody Brown (Montverde Academy), Khadija Shaw (University of Tennessee), Tiffany Cameron (Stabaek), Trudi Carter (Roma), Cheyna Matthews (Washington Spirit), Olufolasade Adamolekun (United Soccer Alliance), Kayla McCoy (Houston Dash)

Group D


England

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England, captained by Steph Houghton (pictured), head into this World Cup ranked third in the world by FIFA and off the back of lifting the SheBelieves Cup earlier this year.

Goalkeepers: Carly Telford (Chelsea), Karen Bardsley (Man City), Mary Earps (Wolfsburg)
Defenders: Steph Houghton (Man City), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Demi Stokes (Man City), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Alex Greenwood (Man Utd), Millie Bright (Chelsea), Leah Williamson (Arsenal), Abbie McManus (Man City)
Midfielders: Jade Moore (Reading), Keira Walsh (Man City), Jill Scott (Man City), Karen Carney (Chelsea), Georgia Stanway (Man City), Lucy Staniforth (Birmingham)
Forwards: Toni Duggan (Barcelona), Ellen White (Birmingham), Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Nikita Parris (Man City), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Jodie Taylor (Reign FC)


Scotland

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Having qualified for a first ever major tournament in Euro 2017, Scotland are now at their first ever World Cup. Watch out for Chelsea youngster Erin Cuthbert (pictured).

Goalkeepers: Lee Alexander (Glasgow City), Jenna Fife (Hibernian), Shannon Lynn (Vittsjo)
Defenders: Chloe Arthur (Birmingham City), Jennifer Beattie (Man City), Rachel Corsie (Utah Royals), Nicola Docherty (Glasgow City), Sophie Howard (Reading), Hayley Lauder (Glasgow City), Joelle Murray (Hibernian), Kirsty Smith (Man Utd)
Midfielders: Lizzie Arnot (Man Utd), Leanne Crichton (Glasgow City), Kim Little (Arsenal), Jo Love (Glasgow City), Christie Murray (Liverpool), Caroline Weir (Man City)
Forwards: Fiona Brown (FC Rosengard), Lana Clelland (Fiorentina), Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea), Claire Emslie (Man City), Lisa Evans (Arsenal), Jane Ross (West Ham)

Argentina

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Argentina, who have qualified for the first time since 2007, have lost all six World Cup games they have played. Veteran Mariela Coronel (pictured) is a survivor from the 2003 tournament.

Goalkeepers: Vanina Correa (Rosario Central), Gabriela Garton (Unattached), Solana Pererya (Urquiza)
Defenders: Agustina Barroso (Madrid CFF), Eliana Stabile (Boca Juniors), Adriana Sachs (Urquiza), Aldana Cometti (Sevilla), Virginia Gomez (Rosario Central), Gabriela Chavez (River Plate), Natalie Juncos (Unattached)
Midfielders: Vanessa Santana (Logrono), Ruth Bravo (Tacon), Estefania Banini (Levante), Miriam Mayorga (Urquiza), Lorena Benitez (Boca Juniors), Mariela Coronel (Granada), Dalila Ippolito (River Plate)
Forwards: Yael Oviedo (Rayo Vallecano), Sole Jaimes (Lyon), Florencia Bonsegundo (Sporting Huelva), Maria Potassa (Urquiza), Mariana Larroquette (Urquiza), Milagros Menendez (Urquiza)

Japan

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Japan could set a new World Cup record if they reach a third consecutive final after previous appearances in 2011 and 2015. Lyon defender Saki Kumagai (pictured) leads from the back.

Goalkeepers: Sakiko Ikeda (Urawa Red Diamonds), Ayaka Yamashita (Nippon TV Beleza), Chika Hirao (Albirex Niigata)
Defenders: Aya Sameshima (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Rumi Utsugi (Reign FC), Saki Kumagai (Lyon), Shiori Miyake (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Risa Shimizu (Nippon TV Beleza), Nana Ichise (Mynavi Vegalta Sendai), Asato Miyagawa (Nippon TV Beleza), Moeka Minami (Urawa Red Diamonds)
Midfielders: Mizuho Sakaguchi (Nippon TV Beleza), Emi Nakajima (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Yuka Momiki (Nippon TV Beleza), Yui Hasegawa (Nippon TV Beleza), Hina Sugita (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Narumi Miura (Nippon TV Beleza)
Forwards: Yuika Sugasawa (Urawa Red Diamonds), Mana Iwabuchi (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Kumi Yokoyama (AC Nagano Parceiro), Rikako Kobayashi (Nippon TV Beleza), Riko Ueki (Nippon TV Beleza), Jun Endo (Nippon TV Beleza)

Group E


Canada

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Veteran captain Christine Sinclair (pictured) has scored 181 times for Canada and could finish the World Cup with a new world record for international goals, men or women.

Goalkeepers: Stephanie Labbe (NC Courage), Kailen Sheridan (Sky Blue), Sabrina D'Angelo, (Vittsjo)
Defenders: Lindsay Agnew (Houston Dash), Kadeisha Buchanan (Lyon), Allysha Chapman (Houston Dash), Jenna Hellstrom (KIF Orebro), Ashley Lawrence (PSG), Rebecca Quinn (Paris FC) Jayde Riviere (Markham), Shannon Woeller (Eskilstuna United), Shelina Zadorsky (Orlando Pride)   
Midfielders: Deanne Rose (University of Florida), Julia Grosso (University of Texas at Austin), Desiree Scott (Utah Royals , Sophie Schmidt (Houston Dash), Jessie Fleming (UCLA)  
Forwards: Janine Beckie, (Man City), Gabrielle Carle (Florida State University), Jordyn Huitema (PSG), Adriana Leon (West Ham), Nichelle Prince (Houston Dash), Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns)

Cameroon

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Gaelle Enganamouit (pictured) notably scored a hat-trick against Ecuador at the last World Cup and has played for clubs in Sweden, China, Norway and Spain since that tournament.

Goalkeepers: Annette Ngo Ndom (Amazone Fap), Isabelle Mambingo (Green City Filles), Marthe Ongmahan (AWA Yaoundé)
Defenders: Christine Manie (Nancy), Yvonne Leuko (Strasbourg), Augustine Ejangue (Arna-Bjornar), Estelle Johnson (Sky Blue), Aurelle Awona (Dijon), Claudine Meffometou (Guingamp), Ysis Sonkeng (Amazone Fap)
Midfielders: Raissa Feudjio (Tenerife), Jeannette Yango (Saint Malo), Charlene Meyong (Louves Minproff), Ninon Abena (Louves Minproff), Marlyse Ngo Ndoumbouk (Nancy), Genevieve Ngo Mbeleck (Amazone Fap)
Forwards: Ajara Nchout (Valerenga), Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene (CSKA Moscow), Madeleine Ngono Mani (Ambilly), Gaelle Enganamouit (Unattached), Henriette Akaba (Besiktas), Alexandra Takounda (Eclair), Michaela Abam (Paris FC)

New Zealand

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Chelsea defender Ali Riley (pictured) is one six players in an experienced New Zealand squad with 100 or more international caps, while five more have at least 70 appearances.

Goalkeepers: Erin Nayler (Bordeaux), Victoria Esson (Avaldsnes), Nadia Olla (Western Springs)
Defenders: CJ Bott (Vittsjo), Ali Riley (Chelsea), Rebekah Stott (Avaldsnes), Abby Erceg (NC Courage), Anna Green (Miramar Rangers), Meikayla Moore (Duisburg), Sarah Morton (Western Springs), Stephanie Skilton (Papakura City)
Midfielders: Katie Bowen (Utah Royals), Olivia Chance (Everton), Ria Percival (West Ham), Daisy Cleverley (UC Berkeley), Katie Duncan (Onehunga Sports), Annalie Longo (Unattached), Betsy Hassett (KR Reykjavik), 
Forwards: Paige Satchell (Three Kings United), Sarah Gregorius (Miramar Rangers), Emma Kete (Unattached), Rosie White (Unattached), Hannah Wilkinson (Unattached)

Netherlands

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Vivianne Miedema (pictured) has just set a WSL goal record in England with Arsenal after a 2018/19 season during which she scored 22 goals and was named PFA Player of the Year.

Goalkeepers: Sari van Veenendaal (Arsenal), Loes Geurts (Kopparbergs/Goteborg), Lize Kop (Ajax)
Defenders: Desiree van Lunteren (Freiburg), Anouk Dekker (Montpellier), Danique Kerkdijk (Bristol City), Stefanie van der Gragt (Barcelona), Merel van Dongen (Real Betis), Kika van Es (Ajax), Dominique Bloodworth (Arsenal), Liza van der Most (Ajax)
Midfielders: Danielle van de Donk (Arsenal), Sherida Spitse (Valerenga), Jackie Groenen (Frankfurt), Inessa Kaagman (Everton), Victoria Pelova (ADO Den Haag), Jill Roord (Bayern Munich)
Forwards: Lieke Martens (Barcelona), Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal), Shanice van de Sanden (Lyon), Lineth Beerensteyn (Bayern Munich), Ellen Jansen (Ajax), Renate Jansen (Twente)

Group F


USA

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The United States are looking to retain the World Cup for the first time after triumphing in 2015. There are many returning faces, but Lindsey Horan (pictured) also represents a new generation.

Goalkeepers: Adrianna Franch (Portland Thorns), Ashlyn Harris (Orlando Pride), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars)
Defenders: Abby Dahlkemper (NC Courage), Tierna Davidson (Chicago Red Stars), Crystal Dunn (NC Courage), Ali Krieger (Orlando Pride), Kelley O'Hara (Utah Royals), Becky Sauerbrunn (Utah Royals), Emily Sonnett (Portland Thorns)
Midfielders: Morgan Brian (Chicago Red Stars), Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars), Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns), Rose Lavelle (Washington Spirit), Allie Long (Reign FC), Samantha Mewis (NC Courage)
Forwards: Tobin Heath (Portland Thorns), Carli Lloyd (Sky Blue), Jessica McDonald (NC Courage), Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride), Christen Press (Utah Royals), Mallory Pugh (Washington Spirit), Megan Rapinoe (Reign FC)

Thailand

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Only two of the Thai squad play for clubs outside Thailand - American-born pair Miranda Nild (pictured) and Tiffany Sornpai, both of whom play college soccer in the United States.

Goalkeepers: Waraporn Boonsing (Bundit Asia), Sukanya Chor Charoenying (Air Force Central), Tiffany Sornpao (Kennesaw State University)
Defenders: Kanjanaporn Saenkhun (Bundit Asia), Natthakarn Chinwong (Bundit Asia), Duangnapa Sritala (Bangkok), Ainon Phancha (Chonburi), Warunee Phetwiset (Chonburi), Sunisa Srangthaisong (Bundit Asia), Sudarat Chuchuen (Srisaket), Phonpirun Philawan (Bundit Asia)
Midfielders: Pikul Khueanpet (Bundit Asia), Silawan Intamee (Chonburi), Orathai Srimanee (Bundit Asia), Orapin Waenngoen (Bundit Asia), Khwanrudi Saengchan (Bundit Asia), Wilaiporn Boothduang (Bangkok), Kanjana Sung-Ngoen (Bangkok), 
Forwards: Miranda Nild (UC Berkeley), Rattikan Thongsombut (Bundit Asia), Saowalak Pengngam (Chonburi), Taneekarn Dangda (Bangkok), Pitsamai Sornsai (Chonburi), 

Chile

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Chile are first-time qualifiers for the World Cup and will hope they have enough to sneak into the last 16. Watch out for Spain-based Yanara Aedo (pictured).

Goalkeepers: Claudia Endler (PSG), Natalia Campos (Universidad Catolica), Ryan Torrero (Unattached)
Defenders: Rocio Soto (Real Zaragoza), Carla Guerrero (Rayo Vallecano), Francisca Lara (Sevilla), Valentina Diaz (Sporting Huelva), Daniela Pardo (Santaigo Morning), Su Helen Galaz (Zaragoza CFF), Javiera Toro (Santiago Morning), Camila Saez (Rayo Vallecano)
Midfielders: Claudia Soto (Santos), Karen Araya (Sevilla), Yanara Aedo (Valencia), Yessenia Lopez (Sporting Huelva), Ana Gutierrez (Femenino Caceres), Rosario Balmaceda (Sporting Huelva), Elisa Duran (Sporting Huelva)
Forwards: Maria Jose Rojas (Slavia Prague), Maria Urrutia (3B Amazonia), Javiera Grez (Curico Unido), Yessenia Huenteo (Femenino Cacares), Daniela Zamora (Universidad de Chile),

Sweden

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After surprisingly failing to win a game at the 2015 World Cup, Sweden will be looking to build on a silver medal performance at the 2016 Olympics, where Stina Blackstenius (pictured) starred.

Goalkeepers: Hedvig Lindahl (Chelsea), Jennifer Falk (Kopparbergs/Goteborg), Zecira Musovic (Rosengard)
Defenders: Joanna Andersson (Chelsea), Linda Sembrant (Montpellier), Hanna Glas (PSG), Magdalena Eriksson (Chelsea), Nilla Fischer (Wolfsburg), Nathalie Bjorn (Rosengard), Amanda Ilestedt (Turbine Potsdam)
Midfielders: Caroline Seger (Rosengard), Kosovare Asllani (Linkoping), Elin Rubensson (Kopparbergs/Goteborg), Anna Anvegard (Vaxjo DFF), Lina Hurtig (Linkoping), Julia Roddar (Kopparbergs/Goteborg)
Forwards: Sofia Jakobsson (Montpellier), Stina Blackstenius (Montpellier), Fridolina Rolfo (Bayern Munich), Olivia Schough (Djurgardens), Madelen Janogy (Pitea), Mimmi Larsson (Linkoping), Julia Zigiotti Olme (Kopparbergs/Goteborg)

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