Phil Neville has announced his England squad for their upcoming games against Germany and the Czech Republic.
Three Arsenal players have been selected with Beth Mead, Jordan Nobbs and Leah Williamson all called up.
Manchester City, however, are the the side most heavily represented with five players.
In total, Neville has called-up 21 players for the England squad who will meet up at their St George’s Park base next week in preparation for the visit of Germany to a sold-out Wembley Stadium on 9th November. The Lionesses are set to break the all-time attendance record for a women’s game in England at this match.
17 of the players called-up were included in the World Cup squad during the summer with Ellen White, Georgia Stanway and Gemma Bonne all joining them, the first two returning from injury.
England squad in full:
The squad is as follows: Milli Bright (Chelsea), Lucy Bronze (Lyon), Rachel Daly (Houston Dash), Toni Duggan (Atletico Madrid), Mary Earps (Manchester United), Bethany England (Chelsea), Alex Greenwood (Lyon), Lauren Hemp (Manchester City), Steph Houghton (Manchester City), Abbie McManus (Manchester United), Beth Mead (Arsenal), Jordan Nobbs (Arsenal), Nikita Parris (Lyon), Ellie Roebuck (Manchester City), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Lucy Staniforth (Birmingham City), Jodie Taylor (Reign FC), Carly Teford (Chelsea), Kiera Walsh (Manchester City), Leah Williamson (Arsenal).
Phil Neville said: “This is going to be a momentous occasion in the history of women’s football in England. To have sold out Wembley Stadium for the first time and to have potentially over 80,000 fans cheering on our team will not only be record-breaking, it will be an incredibly proud and humbling experience for myself and my players and staff.
“It will be a hugely significant landmark moment on our journey and we are all extremely honoured to be playing a part in that. But it will also be a moment for us to say thank you and show our enormous appreciation to all those players throughout the history of the women’s game in England whose hard work, determination and resilience in far tougher times has helped bring us to where we are today.
“The hairs will be standing up on the backs of our necks a week on Saturday when we walk out onto the Wembley pitch. I’m delighted that so many of England’s former players are able to join us for an occasion which celebrates the achievements of every one of them.
“There’s an incredible amount of work that goes on behind the scenes at The FA to help us attract huge crowds like this and I want to thank everyone for their tremendous support.
“On my recent travels around Europe to watch my players I can tell you that what’s happening in England – the way the Lionesses have connected with the nation and the attendances in the Barclays FAWSL and of course at Wembley – is attracting huge admiration from other nations.”
England play Germany at Wembley on 9 November, kick-off 5..30pm.
They then face Czech Republic on 12 November at the Stadion Stelecký ostrov, kick-off 7.45pm.