Vauxhall Women’s International Challenge Matches
Scotland v Switzerland
Sunday 21st August 2011, kick-off 1 pm
Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk

Scotland v Belgium
Tuesday 23rd August 2011, kick-off 7 pm
Falkirk Stadium, Falkirk

 

Tickets available on the gate, adult £5, child £2

 

Anna Signeul has named her squad to face Switzerland and Belgium in the first home matches of 2011, with seven players coming from Scottish champions Glasgow City, who are currently playing in the Champions League Qualifying Round in Serbia.

 

Four Women’s Super League players have also been called up, with three from Arsenal, and one from Doncaster Rovers. Two players ply their trade out in Cyprus with Apollen, and another with Boston Breakers in the WPS.

 

The double-header at the Falkirk Stadium is a crucial test ahead of the UEFA Women’s Euro 2013 qualifiers, which kick-off in October.

 

Scotland:

 

Goalkeepers

Gemma Fay – Celtic
Shannon Lynn – Hibernian

 

Defenders
Jennifer Beattie – Arsenal
Frankie Brown – Apollon
Rachel Corsie – Glasgow City
Ifeoma Dieke – Boston Breakers
Emma Fernon – Glasgow City
Rhonda Jones – Doncaster Rovers Belles
Emma Mitchell – Glasgow City
Rachael Small – Forfar Farmington

 

Midfield
Hayley Lauder – Apollon
Kim Little – Arsenal
Joanne Love – Glasgow City
Leanne Ross – Glasgow City
Megan Sneddon – Celtic

 

Forwards
Julie Fleeting – Arsenal
Suzanne Grant – Celtic
Christie Murray – Glasgow City 
Jane Ross – Glasgow City

4 Comments
  1. Women's Soccer United 7 years ago

    Bardsley has been England’s saviour tonight

  2. Asa 8 years ago

    Thank you Gareth

  3. Author

    I’m looking forward to seeing Kim and Christie playing together. That could be scary. They’re both fantastic players.

     

    Hayley Lauder is having a fantastic Champions League so far with Apollen, think she has 5 goals in 2 games, and that’s without the rest of the Glasgow City girls in there too.

  4. Women's Soccer United 8 years ago

    Great post thanks Gareth 🙂

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