The fresh-faced squad attributes nine players but to make their W-League debuts, which will make the tournament extremely fascinating viewing for these talent-spotters amongst us looking for the W-League’s subsequent major factor.

A best 3 finish will safe qualification for the FIFA U/20 Planet Cup, with Australia set to face Thailand, North Korea and Vietnam in Group A.

“I am seeking forward to acquiring this group of players into camp in early October as we ramp up our preparations for the forthcoming AFC U-19 Women’s Championship,” Blayney stated. 

“While I am fortunate to function with numerous players in the squad with the Future Matildas plan in Sydney, there are various players who will be joining us from other clubs and applications, so I am excited to see how all the players and employees gel with each other.”


Ayana AOYAGI (Gk), Morgan AQUINO (Gk), Chelsea BLISSETT, Isobel DAVY (Gk), Deborah DE LA HARPE, Shadeene EVANS, Ciara FOWLER, Mary FOWLER, Holly FURPHY, Evelyn GOLDSMITH (Gk), Charlotte GRANT, Abbey GREEN, Emily HODGSON, Angelique HRISTODOLOU, Princess IBINI, Leticia MCKENNA, Holly MCQUEEN, Lexi MORENO, Hollie PALMER, Susan PHONSONGKHAM, Indiah RILEY, Sofia SAKALIS, Tessa TAMPLIN, Julia VIGNES 


DPR Korea v Australia
Date: Sunday, 27 October 2019
Place: IPE Stadium, Chonburi, Thailand
Kick-off: four.00pm (neighborhood) eight.00pm (AEDT)

Australia v Thailand
Date: Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Place: Chonburi Stadium, Chonburi, Thailand
Kick-off: 7.00pm (neighborhood) 11.00pm (AEDT)

Australia v Vietnam
Date: Saturday, two November 2019
Place: IPE Chonburi Stadium, Chonburi, Thailand
Kick-off: four.00pm (neighborhood) eight.00pm (AEDT)

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