French Women’s National team will play two friendly matches against England (Saturday, October 20 at 20:50 at the stage Charléty in Paris) and the Netherlands (24 October at 19:00 in January Louwers Stadium in Eindhoven).

 

Goalkeepers

Sarah Bouhaddi – Olympique Lyonnais 
Laëtitia Philippe – Montpellier H.S.C.

Defenders:

Laure Boulleau – Paris Saint-Germain F.C. 
Corine Franco  – Olympique Lyonnais 
Laura Georges – Olympique Lyonnais 
Ophélie Meilleroux – Montpellier H.S.C. 
Wendie Renard – Olympique Lyonnais 
Julie Soyer – FCF Juvisy

 


Midfielders:

Camille Abily – Olympique Lyonnais 

Camille Catala  – FCF Juvisy 

Kheira Hamraoui – Paris-SGNOUVEAU

Louisa Necib – Olympique Lyonnais 

Sandrine Soubeyrand – F.C.F. Juvisy 

Gaëtane Thiney – F.C.F. Juvisy

 

Forwards:

Marie-Laure Delie – Montpellier H.S.C. 

Eugénie Le Sommer – Olympique Lyonnais 

Marina Makanza  SC Fribourg 

Elodie Thomis – Olympique Lyonnais

 

England squad to face France

Squad:

Goalkeepers:

Karen Bardsley (Linköping),

Rachel Brown (Everton)

Siobhan Chamberlain (Bristol Academy)

Defenders:

Laura Bassett (Birmingham City)

Sophie Bradley (Lincoln Ladies)

Steph Houghton (Arsenal)

Claire Rafferty (Chelsea)

Alex Scott (Arsenal)

Casey Stoney (Lincoln Ladies)

Dunia Susi (Chelsea)

Midfielders:

Anita Asante (Göteborg)

Jess Clarke (Lincoln Ladies)

Karen Carney (Birmingham City)

Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal)

Jill Scott (Everton)

Fara Williams (Everton)

Rachel Yankey (Arsenal)

Forwards:

Eniola Aluko (Birmingham City)

Toni Duggan (Everton)

Kelly Smith (Arsenal)

Rachel Williams (Birmingham City),

Ellen White (Arsenal)

 

4 Comments
  1. gromit 6 years ago

    Shinoooo ! A goal for Patrice Lair ! ;o)

  2. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    England will be without injured Kelly Smith, Claire Rafferty and Rachel Brown in this international friendly fixture. Here is the preview of Saturday’s match.

  3. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    This match will also be broadcast on BBC Three (England)

  4. gromit 7 years ago

    Laetitia Philipe being still injured, Bruno Bini called PSG’s GK Karina Benameur as a replacement for the two friendly matches against England and Holland.

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