As many as 22 Arsenal Ladies player were involved in international games this week.

All three teams playing were captained by an Arsenal Ladies player: Jordan Nobbs for the seniors, Leah Williamson for the u19 and Chloe Kelly for the u17

Friendlies

England v China 2-1

Lianne Sanderson subbed in, played 11 minutes.

Jordan Nobbs started, captained the team and played 84 minutes  with one assist.

Casey Stoney subbed in, played 18 minutes.

Siobhan Chamberlain played 90 minutes.

Alex Scott played 90 minutes.

Spain v Ireland 1-0

Emma Byrne played 90 minutes.

Vicky Losada subbed in, played 14 minutes.

Natalia Pablos Sanchon came on as a sub at half time.

Scotland v Australia 1-1

Emma Mitchell subbed in, played 27 minutes.

Caroline Weir subbed in played, 18 minutes.

U19 Elite round

England u19 v Switzerland 3-1

Carla Humphrey played 80 minutes and was subbed.

Leah Williamson captained the team, played 90 minutes and scored one goal (penalty).

Leah also scored the decisive penalty that sent England to the u19 finals five days after the original one was denied for encroachment in England 2 Norway 2.

U17 Elite round (80 mins)

England u17 v Republic Of Ireland 0-2

Lucy Parker was an unused substitute.

Lotte Wubben-Moy played 80 minutes.

READ MORE:
Arsenal youngster shines as England u17 start Elite Round with win over Poland

Anna Patten played 80 minutes.

Taylor Hinds subbed in at half time, played 40 minutes.

Georgia Allen subbed in, played seven minutes.

Charlotte Devlin started the game, was subbed at half time after playing 40 minutes.

Chloe Kelly captained the team, played 80 minutes.

UEFA u16 Development tournament

England u16 v Switzerland 0-0  1-2 pso

Laura Hooper started the game.

Anna Filbey started the game.

SHARE
Previous articleBurnley manager aspires to be like Wenger
Next articleForward? Slowly does it
Following the Arsenal Ladies since 2004/05. Arsenal LFC season ticket holder since they appeared in 2006/07. Likely to be found watching women's football every week-end all over England... and the world. I am also a silver member