Women's international round-up

Several members of the Albion squad are on duty with their countries in the next few days.

By Heather Miller • 05 April 2023

Katie Robinson preparing with England for Thursday's Wembley date against Brazil.

England – Katie Robinson

Katie is beginning to establish herself as a regular selection for Serina Wiegman's senior Lionesses squad after receiving her third call-up.

The champions of Europe will face Brazil in the Women’s Finalissima and Australia in a friendly in their final preparations ahead of the World Cup this summer.

The 20-year-old gained her first start in an England shirt against Italy during their Arnold Clark Cup success back in February.

Thursday 6 April: Brazil, (Wembley)

Tuesday 11 April: Australia, (Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford FC)

England Under-23 – Jorja Fox and Poppy Pattinson

Jorja and Poppy have both been called up to Mo Marley’s young Lionesses squad for the second England camp of 2023.

The two defenders will face Portugal and Belgium in friendlies this week.

Thursday 6 April: Portugal, Estadio Municipal Da Marinha Grande.

Monday 10 April: Belgium, Cegeka Arena, Genk.

Greece – Veatriki Sarri

Vea has once again been called up for international duty and she has travelled to Athens with the Greek squad for a week of training, where they will face Croatia in two friendlies.

Friday 7 and Monday 10 April: Croatia (Georgios Kamaras Stadium, Athens)

Korea Republic - Ye-Eun Park and Geummin Lee

Ye-Eun and Lee have once again both been called up to the Korea Republic squad in two friendlies against Zambia over the next week.

Friday 7 and Tuesday 11 April: Zambia (Suwon World Cup Stadium, Suwon and Yongin Citizen Sports Park, Yongin)

Norway – Elisabeth Terland

Elisabeth has once again been called up to the Norwegian squad by Martin Sjogren for two friendlies this week.

They take on Spain on Thursday at the Swedbank Stadion before facing Sweden the following Tuesday at the Gamla Ullevi.

Thursday 6 April: Spain (Swedbank Stadion, Malmo)

Tuesday 11 April: Norway (Gamla Ullevi, Gothenberg)

Australia – Lydia Williams

The Matildas will continue their preparations for the World Cup with matches against Scotland on Friday at the Cherry Records Stadium in London before facing Albion teammate, Katie Robinson, in another friendly against England on Tuesday.

Friday 7 April: Scotland (Cherry Records Stadium, AFC Wimbledon FC)

Tuesday 11 April: England (Gtech Community Stadium, Brentford FC)

New Zealand – Rebekah Stott

Rebekah Stott has been called up to represent New Zealand in their second international camp of 2023.

The Football Ferns will face Iceland and Nigeria in two friendlies in Turkey this week.

Friday 7 April: Iceland (Mardan Sports Complex, Antalya)

Tuesday 11 April: Nigeria (Mardan Sports Complex)

Republic of Ireland – Megan Walsh and Megan Connolly

Both Walsh and Connolly have received another call-up to Vera Pauw’s Republic of Ireland squad as they travel to America for their camp where they face the USA in two friendlies as part of their final World Cup preparations.

Saturday 8 April: USA (Q2 Stadium, Austin, Texas)

Wednesday 12 April: USA (CITYPARK, St Louis, Missouri)

Sweden – Julia Zigiotti and Emma Kullberg

Both Emma and Julia have been consistent starters in recent weeks for Albion and have been rewarded with a call-up for international duty.

As part of their World Cup preparations, Peter Gerhardsson’s side will face Denmark and Norway in two friendlies during their international camp.

Friday 7 April: Denmark (Swedbank Stadion, Malmo)

Tuesday 11 April: Norway (Gamla Ullevi, Gothenberg)