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England Lionesses Women's World Cup 2023 Team

Meet the Lionesses Representing England at the Women’s World Cup

England Lionesses  Women's World Cup 2023 Team

The full squad for England's women's national team at the 2023 FIFA World Cup is here, and there are plenty of female powerhouses to celebrate. This year's roster of Lionesses combines some of the veteran footballers and well-known faces who brought football home at last year's Euros with some of the best up-and-coming football talent the country has to offer.

The footballers heading to Australia and New Zealand for the tournament include captain Millie Bright (who stepped in after Leah Williamson suffered from a ruptured ACL), Alex Greenwood, and Ella Toone. Plus, you'll get to see the stars who are sure to make an impact on the field for years to come. Of the 23 players on the squad, six will be making their World Cup debuts, as well as the event being their first major tournament. At just 20 years old, Katie Robinson is the youngest member of England's World Cup squad.

The competition is sure to keep us on the edge of our seats. If the skills on the pitch are anything like the incredible French Women's World Cup advert, then we're in for one hell of a ride. Ahead of the Lionesses first game on 21 July, keep reading to get to know all the players representing England this year at the Women's World Cup.

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