Germany squad announced to play England at Wembley Stadium
Germany WNT head coach Silvia Neid has announced her squad to face England at Wembley Stadium on 23 November, kick-off at 3pm local time.
Lena Goeßling returns to the squad after recovering from an ankle injury. For the first time Germany coach Silvia Neid has called up goalkeeper Meike Kämper who was part of the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup winning team this year. Nadine Angerer will not travel from her Australian club Brisbane Roar to participate in the international friendly.
The match will be played in front of a crowd of 55,000 – a record attendance for an England Women’s game.
The match forms part of England and Germany’s preparation for next summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup which takes place in Canada.
Germany squad to play England:
Laura Benkarth SC Freiburg
Meike Kämper MSV Duisburg
Almuth Schult VfL Wolfsburg
Lisa Weiß SGS Essen
Jennifer Cramer 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
Kathrin Hendrich 1. FFC Frankfurt
Josephine Henning Paris Saint-Germain
Tabea Kemme 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
Annike Krahn Paris Saint-Germain
Babett Peter VfL Wolfsburg
Bianca Schmidt 1. FFC Frankfurt
Luisa Wensing VfL Wolfsburg
Fatmire Alushi Paris Saint-Germain
Melanie Behringer Bayern München
Verena Faißt VfL Wolfsburg
Lena Goeßling VfL Wolfsburg
Simone Laudehr 1. FFC Frankfurt
Melanie Leupolz Bayern München
Dzsenifer Marozsán 1. FFC Frankfurt
Alexandra Popp VfL Wolfsburg
Pauline Bremer 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam
Anja Mittag FC Rosengard
Lena Petermann SC Freiburg
Celia Šašić 1. FFC Frankfurt
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