Cymru squad announced for FIFA Women's World Cup Play-Off round
International
27 September 2022

Cymru squad announced for FIFA Women's World Cup Play-Off round

Gemma Grainger has chosen her 26-player squad for her side’s key FIFA Women’s World Cup Qualification Play-Off fixtures in October.

FIFA Women's World Cup Play-Offs

Cymru v Bosnia & Herzegovina

  • 19:15 Thursday 6 October
  • Cardiff City Stadium
  • Tickets available here

For the first time in history Cymru have advanced to the Play-Off stages to reach a FIFA Women’s World Cup. Grainger’s side face Bosnia & Herzegovina at the Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday 6 October (KO 19:15) in the First Round. A win for Cymru would see them advance to the Second Round where they will take on Switzerland at Stadion Letzigrund, Zurich on October 11 (KO 19:00).

Grainger has an almost full-strength squad available, with the only omission being Natasha Harding who is unavailable due to personal reasons.

More than 9,000 tickets have been sold for the match against Bosnia & Herzegovina, with the team hoping to see another record-breaking crowd for the third time in this campaign. Tickets for the match start at only £2 (group bookings) and £4 (individual bookings) for kids, available at faw.cymru/tickets.

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Cymru: Laura O’SULLIVAN (Cardiff City Ladies), Olivia CLARK (Bristol City), Safia MIDDLETON-PATEL (Manchester United), Rhiannon ROBERTS (Liverpool), Josie GREEN (Leicester City), Hayley LADD (Manchester United), Gemma EVANS (Reading), Rachel ROWE (Reading), Lily WOODHAM (Reading), Sophie INGLE (Chelsea), Anna FILBEY (Crystal Palace), Angharad JAMES (Tottenham Hotspur), Georgia WALTERS (Sheffield United), Charlie ESTCOURT (Birmingham City), Jess FISHLOCK (OL Reign), Carrie JONES (Leicester City - on loan from Manchester United), Ffion MORGAN (Bristol City), Megan WYNNE (Southampton), Elise HUGHES (Crystal Palace), Kayleigh GREEN (Brighton & Hove Albion), Helen WARD (Watford), Ceri HOLLAND (Liverpool), Maria FRANCIS-JONES (Sheffield United – on loan from Manchester City), Chloe Williams (Blackburn Rovers – on loan from Manchester United), Morgan ROGERS (Watford), Chloe BULL (Bristol City).