FIFA have released the squad lists for the 24 teams taking part in the World Cup and Arsenal have 11 players involved from five different countries.

FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 mascot Ettie80

These are the players as registered by FIFA. Some of them are on their way out of the club, while others will be coming in.

England (2)

BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND - MARCH 14: Beth Mead of Arsenal looks on during the The Football Association Women's Super League match between Arsenal Women and Bristol City Women at Meadow Park on March 14, 2019 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by James Chance/Getty Images)
BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND – MARCH 14: Beth Mead of Arsenal looks on during the The Football Association Women’s Super League match between Arsenal Women and Bristol City Women at Meadow Park on March 14, 2019 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by James Chance/Getty Images)

14. Leah Cathrine Williamson 29

22. Bethany Jane Mead 09.05.95

France (1)

21. Pauline Camille Peyraud-Magnin

Netherlands (4)

1 Sari van Veenendaal

9. Anna Margaretha Marina Astrid Miedema

10. Danielle van de Donk

20. Dominique Johanna Anna P Bloodworth

Scotland (2)

Kim Little opens the scoring against liverpool (photo via Arsenal)
Kim Little opens the scoring against liverpool (photo via Arsenal)

8. Kim Alison Little

11. Lisa Catherine Evans

Two players are on their way out, as already announced by the club: Sari van Veenendaal and Dominique Bloodworth, who will play for Wolfsburg.

There is one player called-up who has already signed:

19. Jill Jamie Roord for the Netherlands (she’ll be glad she didn’t get the 12 shirt)

And another signing soon to be announced:

4. Leonie Rebekka Maier (Germany)

There might be also a Scottish defender in the squad who could potentially join the club as she is a free agent, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

England, France and Germany all have a good chance to win the tournament, while the Netherlands will be a serious outsider after winning the ’17 Euros at home.

The World Cup will also act as the Tokyo Olympics qualifier for the UEFA teams.

The top three teams will qualify for the Olympics.

The BOC has named England, rather than Scotland, as the designated team that needs to finish in the top three UEFA to qualify Team GB for the Olympics. Otherwise, Team GB would have had an unfair advantage with two chances of qualification against one for the other European nations.