Which Arsenal players will you be watching at the Women’s World Cup?

In less than 30 days, the Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand kicks off on July 20. By now, I know you already have your favourite team — the one you want to be crowned world champions.

As a Gooner, I am sure you’ll be on the lookout for our Arsenal Women, who are set to feature greatly in the one-month tournament. And to make it easy to track them, here’s a list of Gunner women who are expected to feature in this year’s Women’s World Cup:

Australia: Steph Catley and Caitlin Foord are in the provisional World Cup squad, but it is almost certain they’ll make the 23-woman squad once officially announced.

England: With Beth Mead and Leah Williamson out due to injury, only Lotte Wubben-Moy made it to Sarina Weigman’s squad. Alessia Russo, who is also tipped to join Arsenal on a free transfer after leaving Manchester United, is also part of Sarina’s squad.

Ireland: As Ireland’s skipper, Katie McCabe is tipped for a big performance.

Denmark: Katherine Kuhl is set to continue her resurgence, representing her country.

Netherlands: Victoria Pelova, Eidevall’s 2022–23 super signing, is set to dazzle the Netherlands squad in the absence of Vivianne Miedema.

Sweden: Stina Blackstenius and Lina Hurtig have made it to Peter Gerhardsson’s squad. Besides the two, Amanda Ilestedt, who is being packaged as Rafaelle’s replacement in Eidevall’s squad, is part of the Swedish squad.

Canada: Sabrina D’Angelo is set to feature for the Canadian team. Other than D’Angelo, Cloe Lacasse is also in the Canadian squad. Lacasse is heavily linked with a switch to the Emirates in a record bid.

Norway: Frida Maanum is set to represent her country “down under,” and the hope is that she takes her WSL form to the World Cup.

Switzerland: Lia Wälti and Noelle Maritz are also in the Switzerland provisional squad, but like the Australian duo, it is almost certain they’ll make the 23-woman World Cup squad.

Those are some Gunners set to make the club proud, and I’m sure all Gooner Women will be following them closely to see who performs the best….

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  1. Beth Mead. I support England
    But will love watching the other ladies also

    Looking forward to it sooooo much

    1. Beth will not be at this world cup Stephanie. She’s still not fully recovered from her ACL injury that laid her up for much of last season.

  2. Big shame that Beth & Leah, the two best players at Euro, won’t be there and I think England will underperform because of this.
    I won’t follow any of the other teams but best of luck to all Arsenal women players, and please come back in one piece, we’ve had far, far too many injuries.

  3. Does anyone actually watch women’s football? It’s terrible. Them wanting equal wages to the men is an insult, when comparably, when overall revenue is taken into account, they actually earn more than the men do as a percentage.

    I am in now way asserting that women shouldn’t be allowed to play it, or any nonsense like that, I am just being brutally honest and not sucking up to the woketards by pretending it is even good. It’s not. The best women in the world have repeatedly lost to young boys and retired men. It’s bad. Why would anyone watch it.

  4. Not watching it.

    And frankly, it’s about time the women’s game get their own page. I am a little tired of all these ‘articles’ on their game infiltrating my news reading. Everywhere. I watch women’s tennis and they have their news pages. Should be the same.

    1. I’m tired of these “comments” that are intinsically sexist and are “infiltrating” my website.
      the ARSENAL WOMEN play for Arsenal, and this site is called JUST ARSENAL. We are ALWAYS going to write about ALL the ARSENAL teams and players….

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