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NWSL players at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Every NWSL player who will be competing in France
(Top Row, L-R): Brazil forward Marta and United States Crystal Dunn and England forwards Jodie Taylor and Rachel Daly. (Bottom Row, L-R): Canada forward Christine Sinclair and Australia forward Sam Kerr. (Photo credit: isiphotos.com)
(Top Row, L-R): Brazil forward Marta and United States Crystal Dunn and England forwards Jodie Taylor and Rachel Daly. (Bottom Row, L-R): Canada forward Christine Sinclair and Australia forward Sam Kerr. (Photo credit: isiphotos.com)

Fifty-eight NWSL players have been named to the rosters for 11 countries at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Every player currently on a roster for the tournament is listed below. Countries are in alphabetical order.

MORE | Full Women’s World Cup rosters for every country

MORE | Group Stage Schedule

 

Australia

Lydia Williams | Reign FC

Clare Polkinghorne | Houston Dash

Chloe Logarzo | Washington Spirit

Steph Catley | Reign FC

Elise Kellond-Knight | Reign FC

Caitlin Foord | Portland Thorns FC

Emily van Egmond | Orlando Pride

Alanna Kennedy | Orlando Pride

Hayley Raso | Portland Thorns FC

Sam Kerr | Chicago Red Stars

Ellie Carpenter | Portland Thorns FC

Amy Harrison | Washington Spirit

 

Brazil

Andressinha | Portland Thorns FC

Debinha | North Carolina Courage

Marta | Orlando Pride

Camila | Orlando Pride

 

Cameroon

Estelle Johnson | Sky Blue FC

 

Canada

Stephanie Labbé | North Carolina Courage

Allysha Chapman | Houston Dash

Shelina Zadorsky | Orlando Pride

Desiree Scott | Utah Royals FC

Christine Sinclair | Portland Thorns FC

Sophie Schmidt | Houston Dash

Nichelle Prince | Houston Dash

Kailen Sheridan | Sky Blue FC

 Lindsay Agnew | Houston Dash

 

England

Jodie Taylor | Reign FC

Rachel Daly | Houston Dash

 

Jamaica

Cheyna Matthews | Washington Spirit

*Houston Dash forward Kayla McCoy was originally named to Jamaica’s 23-player roster, but was replaced this week due to injury.

 

Japan

Rumi Utsugi | Reign FC

 

New Zealand

Katie Bowen | Utah Royals FC

Abby Erceg | North Carolina Courage

 

Scotland

Rachel Corsie | Utah Royals FC

Claire Emslie* | Orlando Pride

*Claire Emslie was recently signed by the Orlando Pride and will make her NWSL debut after the Women’s World Cup.

 

Spain

Celia Jiménez Delgado | Reign FC

 

United States

Adrianna Franch | Portland Thorns FC

Ashlyn Harris | Orlando Pride

Alyssa Naeher | Chicago Red Stars

Abby Dahlkemper | North Carolina Courage

Tierna Davidson | Chicago Red Stars

Crystal Dunn | North Carolina Courage

Ali Krieger | Orlando Pride

Kelley O’Hara | Utah Royals FC

Becky Sauerbrunn | Utah Royals FC

Emily Sonnett | Portland Thorns FC

Morgan Brian | Chicago Red Stars

Julie Ertz | Chicago Red Stars

Lindsey Horan | Portland Thorns FC

Rose Lavelle | Washington Spirit

Allie Long | Reign FC

Samantha Mewis | North Carolina Courage

Tobin Heath | Portland Thorns FC

Carli Lloyd | Sky Blue FC

Jessica McDonald | North Carolina Courage

Alex Morgan | Orlando Pride

Christen Press | Utah Royals FC

Mallory Pugh | Washington Spirit

Megan Rapinoe | Reign FC

 

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