Women's Team

Women's international break: Who's going where?

With 12 first team players called up by their country, it will be a busy women's international break for City.

But who is going where? And when will our players be playing?

Here is our guide to the fortnight ahead with all kick-off times according to UK time...



City have seven representatives in Sarina Wiegman's 23-player squad list for the Lionesses' World Cup qualifiers against Austria and Latvia, as the team target qualification for the 2023 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Alex GreenwoodLauren HempJill ScottGeorgia StanwayDemi StokesKeira Walsh and Ellen White have all been selected with Ballon d'Or nominee and England Player of the Year White set to make her 100th cap for her country, while she is also three goals away from breaking the Lionesses' all-time goalscoring record.

England sit top of Group D with a 100% record from their opening four games - comprehensive victories over North Macedonia, Luxembourg, Northern Ireland and Latvia, including two 10-0 triumphs.

Wiegman's side host Austria at the Stadium of Light on Saturday 27 November before welcoming Latvia to the Keepmoat Stadium the following Tuesday.

England v Austria
12:30, Saturday 27 November
Stadium of Light, Sunderland
World Cup qualifier

England v Latvia
19:00, Tuesday 30 November
Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster
World Cup qualifier


Caroline Weir will return to the Scotland squad for November's games against Ukraine and Spain.

Pedro Martinez Losa's side entertain Ukraine on Friday 26 November at Hampden Park before travelling to the Estadio de La Cartuja on Tuesday 30 November.

Scotland currently are joint top of the table with Spain on nine points from their two wins over Hungary, as well as the Faroe Islands.

Ukraine (who have played one game less) have three points and sit level on points with Hungary, who have one win from their four games.

Scotland v Ukraine
19:35, Friday 26 November
Hampden Park, Glasgow
World Cup qualifier

Spain v Scotland
20:00, Tuesday 30 November
Estadio de La Cartuja, Sevilla
World Cup qualifier


Filippa Angeldahl will feature for Sweden in their World Cup qualifiers against Finland (Thursday 25 November) and Slovakia (Tuesday 30 November).

The Olympic silver medallists top the group with three wins from three, while Finland and Slovakia sit second and third respectively.

Sweden v Finland
17:30, Thursday 25 November
Gamla Ullevi, Gothenburg
World Cup qualifier

Sweden v Slovakia
18:00, Tuesday 30 November
Eleda Stadium, Malmo
World Cup qualifier


Alanna Kennedy and Hayley Raso will also be in action for Australia as the Matildas prepare for a two-match series with the United States.

Kennedy racked up a century of appearances in the previous break, when Australia faced Brazil in a similar format, while Raso returns to the squad after missing October's camp through injury; fresh from scoring her first City goals in Saturday's 5-0 triumph over Aston Villa.

The Matildas will lock horns with the Women’s World Cup champions at Stadium Australia in Sydney (27 November) and Newcastle International Sports Centre (30 November).

Australia v USWNT
04:00, Saturday 27 November
Stadium Australia, Sydney

Australia v USWNT
09:05, Tuesday 30 November
Newcastle International Sports Centre, Newcastle, Australia

England Under-23s

Jess Park has been called-up by Mo Marley for England Under-23s' friendly against Estonia on Tuesday 30 November.

Last month, the Young Lionesses were 1-0 winners away to Belgium.

England U23s v Estonia
Tuesday 30 November
13:30, St George's Park

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