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Schedule & Results: NWSL on international duty
NWSL players on international duty in April

An overview of how and where to follow the players of the NWSL during the month of April .

The majority of countries are participating in qualifiers for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Canada, Mexico, Nigeria and the United States are playing key friendlies.

This page will be updated with results and highlights as they become available. Live scores are available on FIFA.com.

Countries are listed in alphabetical order.

 


 

Argentina

 

Argentina is in Group B for the Copa América Femenina, which serves as CONMEBOL’s qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The final stage of the tournament will run from April 16-22. (Full schedule) The top two teams automatically qualify the Women’s World Cup and the third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

 

Update — Argentina advanced to the final stage along with Brazil, Chile and Colombia. The four teams will play three games against their opponents. The top two teams in the final stage group will qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

Final Stage Results and schedule:
  • April 16 | Colombia 1 Argentina 3
  • April 19 | Brazil vs. Argentina at 3:45 p.m. ET
  • April 22 | Chile vs. Argentina at 3:45 p.m. ET

The tournament is being livestreamed on Facebook and CONMEBOL’s website

 

Group Stage Results:
  • April 5 | Brazil 3 Argentina 1 | Estefanía Banini scored on a free kick in the second half, but it wasn’t enough as Argentina fell 3-1 to Brazil. Watch: Highlights
  • April 7 | Argentina 3 Bolivia 0 
  • April 9 | Ecuador 3 Argentina 6 | Estefanía Banini scored again for Argentina in their 6-3 win over Ecuador

 

  • April 13 | Argentina 2 Venezuela 0

 

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Estefanía Banini (Washington Spirit)

 


 

Australia

 

Australia is in Group B of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, which serves as the qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The knockout rounds run from April 17-20. The top two teams from Group A and Group B will qualify for the Women’s World Cup. The two third-place teams in each group will play each other for the fifth spot in the World Cup.

 

  • April 7 | Australia 0 Korea Republic 0
  • April 10 | Australia 8 Vietnam 0  | Highlights
  • April 13 | Japan 1 Australia 1Sam Kerr scored in the 86th minute to send Australia through to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Recap

  • April 17 | Semifinal: Australia 2 Thailand 2 (Australia wins on penalties 3-1)
  • April 20 | Final: Japan vs. Australia at 1 p.m. ET

NWSL players on the roster:

Ellie Carpenter (Portland Thorns FC), Steph Catley (Seattle Reign FC), Katrina Gory (Utah Royals FC), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride), Sam Kerr (Chicago Red Stars), Hayley Raso (Portland Thorns FC), Kyah Simon (Houston Dash), Emily van Egmond (Orlando Pride) and Lydia Williams (Seattle Reign FC)

 


 

Brazil

 

Brazil is in Group B for the Copa América Femenina, which serves as CONMEBOL’s qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

 

The final stage of the tournament will run from April 16-22. (Full schedule) The top two teams automatically qualify the Women’s World Cup and the third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

 

Update — Brazil advanced to the final stage along with Argentina, Chile and Colombia. The four teams will play three games against their opponents. The top two teams in the final stage group will qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

Final Stage Results and schedule:
  • April 16 | Brazil 3 Chile 1
  • April 19 | Brazil vs. Argentina at 3:45 p.m. ET
  • April 22 | Colombia vs. Brazil at 6 p.m. ET

The tournament is being livestreamed on Facebook and CONMEBOL’s website

Results:
  • April 5 | Brazil 3 Argentina 1Debinha scored Brazil’s final goal in a 3-1 win over Argentina to open their tournament.

  • April 7 | Brazil 8 Ecuador 0 | Debinha and Andressinha scored and Marta assisted on a few as Brazil won 8-0 in their second game of the tournament.

  • April 11 | Brazil 4 Venezuela 0 | Brazil got goals from Marta and Monica as they beat Venezuela 4-0 in their third group stage game. Bia Zaneratto also added a brace for Brazil. Brazil is first in Group B and has advanced to the next round of the tournament. Recap
  • April 13 | Bolivia 0 Brazil 7

 

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Andressinha (Portland Thorns FC), Debinha (North Carolina Courage), Marta (Orlando Pride), Monica (Orlando Pride), Poliana (Orlando Pride) and Thaisa (Sky Blue FC)

 


 

Canada

 

Friendly:

 

  • April 9 | France 1 Canada 0 | Canada fell 1-0 on Monday evening in France. Recap

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Lindsay Agnew (Houston Dash), Janine Beckie (Sky Blue FC), Allysha Chapman (North Carolina Courage), Diana Matheson (Utah Royals FC), Nichelle Prince (Houston Dash), Rebecca Quinn (Washington Spirit), Desiree Scott (Utah Royals FC), Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns FC) and Shelina Zadorsky (Orlando Pride).

 


 

Chile

 

Chile is in Group A for the Copa América Femenina, which serves as CONMEBOL’s qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

 

The final stage of the tournament will run from April 16-22. (Full schedule) The top two teams automatically qualify the Women’s World Cup and the third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

 

Update — Chile advanced to the final stage along with Brazil, Argentina and Colombia. The four teams will play three games against their opponents. The top two teams in the final stage group will qualify for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The third place team will take part in a play-off with Concacaf.

Final Stage Results and schedule:
  • April 16 | Brazil 3 Chile 1
  • April 19 | Colombia vs. Chile at 6 p.m. ET
  • April 22 | Chile vs. Argentina at 3:45 p.m. ET

The tournament is being livestreamed on Facebook and CONMEBOL’s website

Results:
  • April 4 | Chile 1 Paraguay 1 | Yanara Aedo scored the game-tying goal in Chile’s opening game draw vs. Paraguay.
  • April 6 | Chile 1 Colombia 1 | Recap
  • April 10 | Chile 1 Uruguay 0
  • April 12 | Chile 5 Peru 0Yanara Aedo scored twice as Chile beat Peru 5-0 and advanced to the knockout stages of the tournament.

 

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Yanara Aedo (Washington Spirit)


 

Denmark

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifier. Qualifying round standings

 

  • April 9 | Denmark 1 Ukraine 0

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Theresa Nielsen (Seattle Reign FC)


 

England

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Qualifying round standings

 

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Rachel Daly (Houston Dash) and Jodie Taylor (Seattle Reign FC)


 

Iceland

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Qualifying round standings

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Gunnhildur Jónsdóttir (Utah Royals FC)

 


 

Ireland

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Qualifying round standings

 

  • April 6 | Republic of Ireland 2 Slovakia 1 | Recap

  • April 10 | Republic of Ireland 0 Netherlands 2

 

NWSL players on the roster: Denise O’Sullivan (North Carolina Courage)


 

Japan

 

Japan is in Group B of the AFC Women’s Asian Cup, which serves as the qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The knockout rounds run from April 17-20. The top two teams from Group A and Group B will qualify for the Women’s World Cup. The two third-place teams in each group will play each other for the fifth spot in the World Cup.

 

  • April 7 | Japan 4 Vietnam 0Nahomi Kawasumi entered as a late substitute in Japan’s 4-0 opening game win.
  • April 10 | Korea Republic 0 Japan 0
  • April 13 | Japan 1 Australia 1 | Japan qualified for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup following a 1-1 draw with Australia. They are the first to qualify for all eight tournaments in FIFA Women’s World Cup history. Recap

 

  • April 17 | Semifinal: China PR 1 Japan 3
  • April 20 | Final: Japan vs. Australia at 1 p.m. ET

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Nahomi Kawasumi and Rumi Utsugi (Seattle Reign FC)


 

Mexico

 

Friendlies:

 

  • April 5 | United States 4 Mexico 1Katie Johnson scored Mexico’s only goal in their loss to the United States. Recap

  • April 8 | United States 6 Mexico 2 | Sky Blue FC draft pick Kiana Palacios scored for Mexico in their 6-2 loss to the United States. Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Bianca Henninger (Houston Dash), Katie Johnson (Sky Blue FC) and Kiana Palacios (Sky Blue FC 2018 NWSL College Draft pick)


 

Nigeria

 

Friendly:

 

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Francisca Ordega (Washington Spirit)


 

Norway

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifier. Qualifying round standings

 

  • April 10 | Northern Ireland 0 Norway 3

 

NWSL players on the roster: Elise Thorsnes (Utah Royals FC)

 


Scotland

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Qualifying round standings

 

  • April 5 | Switzerland 1 Scotland 0 | Lara Dickenmann scored the game’s only goal as Switzerland beat Scotland 1-0. Recap
  • April 10 | Scotland 3 Poland 0

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Rachel Corsie (Utah Royals FC)


Sweden

Orlando Pride defender Lotta Ökvist will be with Sweden’s U-23 team at the U-23 La Manga Tournament in Spain:

  • April 5 at 10 a.m. ET: vs. U-20 U.S. women’s national team
  • April 7 at 8 a.m. ET: vs. France
  • April 9 at 6 a.m. ET: vs. U-20 China

 


 

Switzerland

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Qualifying round standings

  • April 5 | Switzerland 1 Scotland 0 | Lara Dickenmann scored the game’s only goal as Switzerland beat Scotland 1-0. Recap

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (Portland Thorns FC)

 


 

United States

 

Friendlies:

 

  • April 5 | United States 4 Mexico 1Alex Morgan scored twice and the United States added goals from Mallory Pugh and Carli Lloyd. Lloyd’s goal is her 99th career international goal. Recap

  • April 8 | United States 6 Mexico 2Megan Rapinoe scored a goal and four assists in the USWNT’s 6-2 win over Mexico. Carli Lloyd scored her 100th international goal. Recap

 

NWSL players on the roster:

 

Jane Campbell (Houston Dash), Ashlyn Harris (Orlando Pride), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars), Abby Dahlkemper (North Carolina Courage), Sofia Huerta (Chicago Red Stars), Becky Sauerbrunn (Utah Royals FC), Emily Sonnett (Portland Thorns FC), Haley Hanson (Houston Dash), Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC), Carli Lloyd (Sky Blue FC), Allie Long (Seattle Reign FC), Andi Sullivan (Washington Spirit), Crystal Dunn (North Carolina Courage), Ashley Hatch (Washington Spirit), Savannah McCaskill (Sky Blue FC), Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride), Mallory Pugh (Washington Spirit), Megan Rapinoe (Seattle Reign FC), Lynn Williams (North Carolina Courage)

 


 

Wales

 

UEFA Women’s World Cup qualifier. Qualifying round standings

 

  • April 6 | England 0 Wales 0

 

NWSL players on the roster:

Jess Fishlock (Seattle Reign FC)

 

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