Brazil Women’s National Team Head Coach Márcio de Oliveira, has called up 23 players to take part in the first International training camp of 2013.

The team will train at Granja Comary from 25th February to 3rd March.

Brazil have two exciting International friendly matches lined up on the 6th and 9th March 2013 against France. France will be very tough opponents, over recent months the team have become a dominating force in Europe. At the London 2012 Olympics they just missed out on a medal after a defeat against Canada in the match for the Bronze. Brazil were overcome in the quarter-finals by World Champions Nadeshiko Japan.

Brazil Women’s National Team Squad for 2013 Training Camp:

 

Andréia Suntaque – Juventos/SP

Thaís Picarte – Centro Olímpico/SP

Nicole Nascimento – Team Chicago

Giovânna – Centro Olímpico/SP

Poliana – São José/SP

Danielli – São José/SP

Andressa Alves – Centro Olímpico/SP

Bagé – São José/SP

Andréia Rosa – Centro Olímpico/SP

Bruna Benites – São José/SP

Auinã – Vitória/PE

Mayara – Centro Olímpico/SP

Érika – Centro Olímpico/SP

Luana – Centro Olímpico/SP

Maria – Vitória/PE

Formiga – São José/SP

Marta – Tyresö/Suécia

Daiane Moretti – Foz Cataratas/PR

Debinha – Centro Olímpico/SP

Thaisinha – Vitória/PE

Fabiana – Rossiyanka/Rússia

Chu – Bluewings Football Club/Coreia

Giovânia – São José/SP

 

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4 Comments
  1. Sebastian Kanty 7 years ago

    @Gromit – as far as I know, there isn’t a fixed number of subs in friendlies. It’s an understanding between the two teams. A couple of years ago they used to say everytime I saw a friendly that the teams have agreed upon say 6 substitutes. No they hardly mention it, because 6 subs have become the standard. Standard, but NOT A RULE.

  2. Jean-Paul Abidogoun 8 years ago

    Two games at France and Brazil within four days will be tough fir both teams. You are welcome @Ange

  3. Ange Molony 8 years ago

    Oh well, I was hoping that it was going to be in Brazil as the girls are here training at the moment…

    Thanks for the replies! 

  4. Jean-Paul Abidogoun 8 years ago

    Hello all, The second game will be played at Rouen (Normandy) at the stadium “Robert Diochon”. D8 and the FFF have announced recently the first game at Nancy won’t be broadcast though.

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