Brazil squad announced for Copa América Femenina 2018
Brazil women’s national team head coach Vadão has announced his squad to participate in next month’s Copa América Femenina 2018.
Cristiane is back in the squad after coming out of early retirement and will take part in the eigth edition of the CONMEBOL Copa América Femenina.
The Copa América Femenina is a crucial tournament for the competing teams as it provides two qualifying places and a play-off place (against 4th place from CONCACAF) for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, one qualifying place and a play-off place (against 2nd place from CAF) for the 2020 Olympic Games women’s football tournament, and three (teams finishing third to fifth) for the 2019 Pan American Games.
The 2018 Copa América Femenina will run from 4 to 22 April, hosted in Chile.
Brazil squad for 2018 Copa América Femenina
Bárbara – Kindermann
Aline – CBF
Letícia Izidoro – Corinthians
Rilany – Grindavik (Island)
Poliana – Orlando Pride (USA)
Tamires – Fortuna Hjorring (Denmark)
Mônica – Orlando Pride (USA)
Rafaelle – Changchun FC (China)
Erika – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Daiane – Avaldsnes (Norway)
Andressinha – Portland Thorns FC (USA)
Formiga – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
Andressa Alves – Barcelona (Spain)
Thaisa – Sky Blue (USA)
Aline Milene – Baylor University (USA)
Millene Karine – Corinthians
Raquel – Ferroviária
Thaís – Hyundai Steel Red Angels WFC (Korea Republic)
Bia Zaneratto – Hyundai Steel Red Angels WFC (Korea Republic)
Marta – Orlando Pride (USA)
Cristiane – Changchun FC (China)
Débora – North Carolina Courage (USA)
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