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10 July 2023

30 Sud Ladies Cup graduates will play the 2023 World Cup

The 2023 World Cup will be held from 20th July to 20th August in both Australia and New Zealand. Thirty players seen at the Sud Ladies Cup will have the privilege to compete in the World Cup.

Oceania will be the epicentre of the football world during a complete month : from 20th July to 20th August, thirty-two nations will compete in the World Cup co-organised by Australia and New Zealand.

Most successful nation in the competition’s history and current title holders, United States appear as the favourites for this edition. If the Americans will be led by their usual stars, several rising stars who played the  Sud Ladies Cup in 2018 are also part of the team like the forward Sophia Smith and the defender Naomi Girma.

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Other teams will try to challenge the American hegemony : for example, Germany of Klara Bühl or France led by its new wave with players like Selma Bacha or Laurina Fazer.

Also, the World Cup will be the opportunity to monitor the development of emerging teams like Haiti. The CONCACAF nation has used the Sud Ladies Cup (in both 2018 and 2019) to build its new generation guided by their captain and Montpellier forward Nérilia Mondésir. It should be noted that thirteen Haitian seen at the Sud Ladies Cup will play the World Cup this summer in Oceania !

The 30 Sud Ladies Cup graduates who will play the 2023 World Cup :

France : Élisa De Almeida, Selma Bacha, Maëlle Lakrar, Laurina Fazer, Naomie Feller, Vicki Bècho
Germany :
Sophia Kleinherne, Laura Freigang, Klara Bühl
Haiti : Nahomie Ambroise, Kerly Théus, Tabita Joseph, Betina Petit-Frère, Esthericove Joseph, Ruthny Mathurin, Dayana Pierre-Louis, Maudeline Moryl, Danielle Étienne, Sherly Jeudy, Darlina Joseph, Roseline Éloissaint, Nérilia Mondésir
Japan : Momoko Tanaka
Morocco : Kenza Chapelle
Panama : Deysiré Salazar
Switzerland : Marion Rey
United States : Naomi Girma, Ashley Sanchez, Savannah DeMelo, Sophia Smith


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