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Schedule & Results: NWSL on international duty
UEFA, Concacaf/CONMEBOL play-offs for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup
(Left to right) Orlando Pride forward Chioma Ubogagu, Portland Thorns FC forward Ana-Maria Crnogorčević and Chicago Red Stars midfielder Danielle Colaprico (Photo credit: isiphotos.com)
(Left to right) Orlando Pride forward Chioma Ubogagu, Portland Thorns FC forward Ana-Maria Crnogorčević and Chicago Red Stars midfielder Danielle Colaprico (Photo credit: isiphotos.com)

An overview of how to keep up with and follow the players of the NWSL taking part in international games in the first two weeks of November. This page will be updated with results and highlights as they become available. Live scores are available on FIFA.com.

Twenty of 24 countries have booked their tickets to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France so far, with the Netherlands and Argentina qualifying on November 13. They join: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China PR, England, France (host nation), Germany, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Korea Republic, Norway, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Thailand and the United States. The remaining teams will be decided between now and December 1, with the draw for the tournament taking place on December 8.

 

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualifiers Schedule UEFA Play-Off

Netherlands qualifies for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

November 9: Netherlands 3 | Switzerland 0 — Recap

November 13: Switzerland 1 | Netherlands 1 — Recap

NWSL Players on roster:

Switzerland: Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (Portland Thorns FC) [Full Roster]

 

Concacaf/CONMEBOL Play-Off

Argentina qualifies for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup

November 8: Argentina 4 | Panama 0 Recap

November 13: Panama 1 | Argentina 1 Recap

NWSL players on roster:

Argentina: Estefanía Banini (Washington Spirit) [Full Roster]

 


The 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations, CAF’s qualifying tournament for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, and the 2018 OFC Women’s Nations Cup, OFC’s qualifying tournament, will begin on November 17 and November 18, respectively, and run through December 1. Three teams will qualify from CAF and one from OFC. We will share the full schedule and rosters for NWSL players in those tournaments later this week.


Additionally, a number of friendlies will take place over the first two weeks of November featuring NWSL players. Countries are listed in alphabetical order.

Australia

Schedule

  • November 9: Australia 2 | Chile 3Recap
  • November 13: Australia 5 | Chile 0Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Ellie Carpenter (Portland Thorns FC), Caitlin Foord (Portland Thorns FC), Elise Kellond-Knight (Seattle Reign FC), Alanna Kennedy (Orlando Pride), Sam Kerr (Chicago Red Stars), Clare Polkinghorne (Houston Dash), Emily van Egmond (Orlando Pride), Lydia Williams (Seattle Reign FC) [Full Roster]


Bosnia and Herzegovina

Schedule

  • November 13: Poland 4 | Bosnia and Herzegovina 0

NWSL players on the roster:

DiDi Haracic (Bosnia and Herzegovina) [Full Roster]


Brazil

Schedule

  • November 10: France 3 | Brazil 1 — Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Monica (Orlando Pride), Poliana (Orlando Pride), Andressinha (Portland Thorns FC), Camila (Orlando Pride), Debinha (North Carolina Courage) [Full Roster]


England

Schedule

  • November 8: Austria 0 | England 3 — Chioma Ubogagu made her international debut, and scored her first international goal to kick off the scoring in England’s 3-0 win over Austria. Rachel Daly scored the game’s final goal. Recap
  • November 11: England 0 | Sweden 2Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Rachel Daly (Houston Dash) and Chioma Ubogagu (Orlando Pride) [Full Roster]


Ghana

Schedule

  • November 3: Zambia 3 | Ghana 2  
  • November 7: Kenya 1 | Ghana 1
  • November 11: Ghana 1 | South Africa 0Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Elizabeth Addo (Seattle Reign FC)


Japan

Schedule

  • November 11: Japan 4 | Norway 1Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Rumi Utsugi (Seattle Reign FC) and Nahomi Kawasumi (Seattle Reign FC) [Full Roster]


Scotland

Schedule

  • November 13: Scotland 0 | United States 1Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Rachel Corsie (Utah Royals FC) [Full Roster]


South Africa

Schedule

  • November 11: Ghana 1 | South Africa 0Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Thembi Kgatlana and Linda Motlhalo (Houston Dash) [Full Roster]


United States

Schedule

  • November 8: Portugal 0 | United States 1Recap
  • November 13: Scotland 0 | United States 1Recap

NWSL players on the roster:

Adrianna Franch (Portland Thorns FC), Ashlyn Harris (Orlando Pride), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars), Abby Dahlkemper (North Carolina Courage), Crystal Dunn (North Carolina Courage), Merritt Mathias (North Carolina Courage), Becky Sauerbrunn (Utah Royals FC), Casey Short (Chicago Red Stars), Emily Sonnett (Portland Thorns FC), Danielle Colaprico (Chicago Red Stars), Julie Ertz (Chicago Red Stars), Lindsey Horan (Portland Thorns FC), Rose Lavelle (Washington Spirit), Allie Long (Seattle Reign FC), Samantha Mewis (North Carolina Courage), Andi Sullivan (Washington Spirit),  Carli Lloyd (Sky Blue FC), Jessica McDonald (North Carolina Courage), Alex Morgan (Orlando Pride), Mallory Pugh (Washington Spirit), Megan Rapinoe (Seattle Reign FC) [Christen Press and Tobin Heath were originally named to the roster, but withdrew due to a family commitment and a personal commitment, respectively, U.S. Soccer said last week. Following the win over Portugal, Lindsey Horan withdrew due to a personal commitment, U.S. Soccer said. Full Roster]

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