Netherlands women’s national football team will play France at the Jan Louwers Stadium (home of FC Eindhoven), on Wednesday 24th October 2012 at 19:00 CET.

 

This will be the first international friendly match the Netherlands have competed in since qualifying for the UEFA Euro 2013 Women’s Championship.

 

The Netherlands squad are: Mandy van den Berg (Vittsjö GIK), Angela Christ (PSV/FC Eindhoven), Daniëlle van de Donk (PSV/FC Eindhoven), Nangila van Eyck (SV Meppen), Loes Geurts (Vittsjö GIK), Claudia van den Heiligenberg (sc Telstar), Maayke Heuver (FC Twente), Anouk Hoogendijk (Ajax), Daphne Koster (Ajax), Desiree van Lunteren (Ajax), Lieke Martens (FCR 2001 Duisburg), Manon Melis (Linköpings FC), Tessel Middag (Ajax), Marloes Pieëte (FC Twente), Mirte Roelvink (FSV Gütersloh), Renée Slegers (Djurgården IF), Sylvia Smit (PEC Zwolle), Sherida Spitse (FC Twente), Leonne Stentler (Ajax), Sari van Veenendaal (FC Twente), Kirsten van de Ven (Tyresö FF), Mandy Versteegt (Ajax), Siri Worm (FC Twente)

 

Bruno Bini will be taking the same squad to the Netherlands as the one who faced England last Saturday 20th October 2012. The French squad to face Netherlands are, Goalkeepers: Karima Benameur (PSG), Sarah Bouhaddi (Lyon). Defenders: Laure Boulleau (PSG), Sabrina Delannoy (PSG), Corine Franco (Lyon), Laura Georges (Lyon), Ophelie Meilleroux (Montpellier), Julie Soyer (Juvisy). Midfielders: Camille Abily (Lyon), Kheira Hamraoui (PSG), Louisa Necib (Lyon), Melissa Plaza (Montpellier), Sandrine Soubeyrand (Juvisy), Gaetane Thiney (Juvisy). Forwards: Camille Catala (Juvisy), Marie-Laure Delie (Montpellier), Eugenie Le Sommer (Lyon), Elodie Thomis (Lyon).

 

 

Netherlands Starting Line-up France Starting Line-up

Geurts,
Stentler,
Koster,
van den Berg,
van den Heiligenberg,
Hoogendijk,
Spitse,
Smit,
van de Ven,
Martens,
Melis

Bouhaddi,
Boulleau,
Delannoy,
Georges,
Franco,
Abily,
Soubeyrand (c),
Thiney,
Necib,
Le Sommer,
Delie.

 

Officials:
To be announced

 

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Full-time:

Netherlands 1-1 France (Spitse 61′, Le Sommer 89′)

 

Highlights:


 

 

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4 Comments
  1. gromit 6 years ago

    Well, nothing to say, Germany was superior. It’s FIFA ranked #2, Japan #3, and that’s correct. Germany with 6 key players missing remains monstruous. Too many Nadeshiko had a poor performance (Tanaka, Iwashimizu, Sakaguchi mainly). The rest was average, except Ogimi and Ohno. All Germans were excellent, some exceptionnal (da Mbabi, Kessler). And that’s it.
    I’ll come back later with my individual notes. I have to eat, then desperately try to find a link for France-Norway….

  2. Author
    Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Hope practice went well :):)

    Lol, well the Dutch supporters sounded great!

     

    It was a pretty level match, chances at both ends. Both teams should have been awarded a penalty. 

  3. Deborah Bakker 7 years ago

    No I was on the field myself..Practice.

    ooh and we dutch people are loud people 😉

  4. Author
    Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    @Debs, you were not able to watch? 🙁

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