Brazil Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad : Pia Sundhage Released the Roster of 23 Players

The final list of 23-players squad was announced on Tuesday (27 June) for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Brazil Women’s World Cup 2023 squad have blend of both young and experience players, with Tainara, Angelina, and Aline Gomes being named as reserve players. The players along with the substitute headed to the tournament which Australia and New Zealand will co-host.

Brazil Women's World Cup 2023 Squad

The South American team, led by Pia Sundhage of Sweden, She is the Head coach of the Brazilian team since 2019, The 2023 Edition will mark the coaching debut of Pia Sundhage at a World Cup. Brazil team is a part of Group F for the competition, along with France, Jamaica, and Panama.

Brazil has not missed a World Cup since the inaugural edition in 1991. It will be aiming to redeem itself this time around as it has never won the main event. The team’s best performance come in 2007 when they finish as runners-up. Marta, a six-time FIFA Best Player winner, will serve as the captain of the Selecao.

The 37-year-old Marta is widely considered one of the best players in the history of women’s football but has yet to lift the World Cup trophy in five previous attempts. Everyone is pining their hope on forward Marta, the highest scorer ever in the World Cup tournament history, including the Men’s FIFA World Cup for the turn around this time. 2023 edition of the World Cup will mark Marta sixth and final appearance in the event. As she’s announced retirement after the tournament

After recently holding European champion England to a 1-1 draw and going on to defeat Euro runner-up Germany 2-1, Sundhage’s team enters the World Cup in strong form.

With youthful talents like Kerolin and Geyse plus the experience and undeniable talent of Marta and Debinha, the Selecao might end up being a bit of a surprise. Together, those two have appeared in over 300 times for the national team, scoring 173 goals throughout that time.

Who is Brazil’s Manager for the Women’s World Cup 2023 ?

Pia Sundhage took over as Brazil’s head coach in July 2019 following the World Cup that summer. She previously worked as the manager for Sweden and the USA for five years, during which time she won three Olympic medals and finished second in the 2011 World Cup. Former professional footballer herself. Sundhage won the 1984 Women’s Euros with Sweden in addition to scoring 71 goals in 141 games for her country.

Brazil Women’s World Cup 2023 Squad – Final Roster

PositionPlayerDate of Birth (age)CapsGoalsClub
GoalkeeperLetícia Izidoro13 August 1994 (age 28)160Corinthians
GoalkeeperCamila2 January 2001 (age 22)00Santos
GoalkeeperBárbara4 July 1988 (age 34)690Flamengo
DefenderTamires10 October 1987 (age 35)1407Corinthians
DefenderRafaelle18 June 1991 (age 32)828Arsenal
DefenderAntônia26 April 1994 (age 29)250Levante
DefenderKathellen26 April 1996 (age 27)211Real Madrid
DefenderLauren13 September 2002 (age 20)100Madrid CFF
DefenderBruninha16 June 2002 (age 21)80Gotham FC
DefenderMônica21 April 1987 (age 36)426Madrid CFF
MidfielderAdriana17 November 1996 (age 26)4312Orlando Pride
MidfielderKerolin17 November 1999 (age 23)335North Carolina Courage
MidfielderLuana2 May 1993 (age 30)321Corinthians
MidfielderAry Borges28 December 1999 (age 23)285Racing Louisville
MidfielderAna Vitória6 March 2000 (age 23)141Benfica
MidfielderDuda Sampaio18 May 2001 (age 22)81Corinthians
ForwardMarta19 February 1986 (age 37)175115Orlando Pride
ForwardDebinha20 October 1991 (age 31)13458Kansas City Current
ForwardBia Zaneratto17 December 1993 (age 29)11037Palmeiras
ForwardAndressa Alves10 November 1992 (age 30)10621Roma
ForwardGeyse27 March 1998 (age 25)436Barcelona
ForwardGabi Nunes10 March 1997 (age 26)203Madrid CFF
ForwardNycole Raysla26 March 2000 (age 23)61Benfica

Brazil’s Group-F Fixtures

24 July 2023 (Monday) – Brazil vs Panama (at 20:30; Adelaide, Australia)

29 July 2023 (Saturday) – Brazil vs France (at 20:00; Brisbane, Australia)

2 August 2023 (Wednesday) – Brazil vs Jamaica (at 20:00; Melbourne, Australia)

What is the squad size for the 2023 Women’s World Cup?

The 32 national teams involved in the 2023 Women’s World Cup tournament must register a squad of 23 players which must include three goalkeepers. The Women’s World Cup 2023 Squads final list of 23 players per national team should be submitted by July 9, 2023 to FIFA. 

Which is the most successful team at FIFA Women’s World Cup?

USA has been the most succesful team right now. As In all eight edition of the tournament, 36 teams have played till now, Of which United states have won record four Women’s World Cups. Germany have 2 times, while Norway and Japan have won 1 each respectively.

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