Arsenal Women international call-ups
It is that time again when Arsenal Women international call-ups see players join up with their National Team and at least one of them comes back with an injury so they can miss a number of club games.
Luckily (?) enough this time, some players have not been called up due to a number reasons and, therefore, the training ground at Walthamstow should be busier than usual during an international break.
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Australia
Eligible: Lydia Williams, Steph Catley, Caitlin Foord
No training camp, Steph Catley is currently injured.
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Austria
Eligible: Manuela Zinsberger, Viktoria Schnaderbeck
Austria will play a friendly tournament in Malta, the Visit Malta Women’s Trophy. Viki Schnaderbeck is currently injured, Manuela Zinsberger was called up but cannot attend due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Arsenal Women international call-ups – England
Eligible: Leah Williamson, Beth Mead, Anna Patten, Lotte Wubben-Moy, Jordan Nobbs, Fran Stenson
The Lionesses will play their first game in nearly a year with a behind closed door friendly at St George’s Park against Northern Ireland on February 23rd at 12.30pm.
The new manager, Hege Riise, has called up Leah Williamson, Lotte Wubben-Moy and Jordan Nobbs. Beth Mead has been left out due to lack of form. Anna Patten and Fran Stenson do not seem to be in the manager’s thoughts.
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Netherlands
Eligible: Danielle van de Donk, Jill Roord, Vivianne Miedema
All three have been called up for the three nations, one goal tournament.
— OranjeLeeuwinnen (@oranjevrouwen) February 9, 2021
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Scotland
Eligible: Lisa Evans, Jennifer Beattie, Kim Little
Scotland are out of the Euros and have two remaining qualifier games to play. Both will take place in Larnaca, Cyprus due to the Covid regulations.
Here is your #SWNT squad to face Cyprus and Portugal this month in our final UEFA EURO 2022 Qualifiers.
🇨🇾 v 🏴 Friday 19 February 2021
🏴 v 🇵🇹 Tuesday 23 February 2021 pic.twitter.com/UMKFTxt8kJ
— Scotland National Team (@ScotlandNT) February 8, 2021
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Switzerland
Eligible: Malin Gut, Lia Walti and Noelle Maritz
All three have all been called up for the double-header against France in Metz, following the cancellation of the Tournoi de France with Norway and Iceland pulling out late.
Aufgebot / Sélection / Convocazione
🇨🇭🆚 🇳🇴 (17.2, 19h00)
🇨🇭🆚 🇫🇷 (20.2, 21h10)
🇨🇭🆚 🇮🇸 (23.2, 19h00)
— 🇨🇭 Nati (@SFV_ASF) February 3, 2021
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Germany
Eligible: Leonie Maier
Germany will play a tri-nations tournament as part of their World Cup 2027 bid alongside the Netherlands and Belgium. Like all FA WSL German players, the Arsenal full-back has not been called up due to Covid-19 restrictions which would see the players have to quarantine on their return.
Aufgrund der Verordnung der Bundesregierung für Länder mit mutierten Coronavirus-Varianten, stehen Melanie Leupolz, Ann-Katrin Berger und Leonie Maier nicht im Aufgebot. Martina Voss-Tecklenburg verzichtet außerdem auf Turid Knaak und Lena Petermann. ➡️ https://t.co/1AlwIc6zcJ
— DFB-Frauenfußball (@DFB_Frauen) February 8, 2021
Arsenal Women international call-ups – Republic of Ireland
Eligible: Katie McCabe
No training camp for ROI who are out of the Euros 2022.