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International action for Spurs Women in June/July - World Cup places up for grabs

Wed 15 June 2022, 15:00|Tottenham Hotspur

Rosella Ayane kicks-off a busy international schedule for our women’s players over the next few weeks - including crucial qualifying tournaments for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

The forward is part of the Morocco squad for friendlies against Zambia tomorrow (18 June) and Ivory Coast (23 June) in preparation for the Africa Women Cup of Nations, hosted by Morocco in July - a tournament that doubles-up as a final qualifier for the World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand in August next year.

Morocco face Burkino Faso (2 July), Uganda (5 July) and Senegal (8 July) in the group stage of the Women’s AFCON. The top four teams from the tournament will progress to the World Cup.

Becky Spencer and Shelina Zadorsky will also have the World Cup in their sights when they compete in the CONCACAF W Championship in Mexico in July. The ‘W’ has two groups of four and the top two from each group will not only go into the tournament’s knockout stage, but also go straight through to the World Cup.

Shelina, Olympic gold medallist with Canada last year, will warm-up with a friendly against So-hyun Cho’s South Korea in Toronto on 26 June before facing Trinidad & Tobago (5 July), Panama (8 July) and Costa Rica (11 July) in Mexico. Becky’s Jamaica take on hosts Mexico (4 July), USA (7 July) and Haiti (11 July).

Back in Europe, Tinja-Riikka Korpela and Eveliina Summanen prepare for the UEFA Women’s European Championship - staged in England - next month with friendlies against Japan (27 June) and Holland (2 July). They then face Spain (8 July), Denmark (12 July) and Germany (16 July) in Group B of the Euros - all matches at Stadium MK.

Saturday 18 June

Rosella Ayane - Morocco friendly against Zambia, Rabat - kick-off 9pm (all times UK)

Thursday 23 June

Rosella Ayane - Morocco friendly against Ivory Coast, Rabat - kick-off 9pm

Sunday 26 June

Shelina Zadorsky, So-hyun Cho - Canada friendly against South Korea, Toronto - kick-off 8pm

Monday 27 June

Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Eveliina Summanen - Finland friendly against Japan, Turku - kick-off 4.15pm

Saturday 2 July

Rosella Ayane - Morocco v Burkino Faso, AFCON, Rabat - kick-off 9.30pm

Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Eveliina Summanen - Finland friendly against Holland, Enschede - kick-off 5pm

Monday 4 July

Becky Spencer - Jamaica v Mexico, CONCACAF W Championship, Nueva Leon - kick-off 9pm

Tuesday 5 July

Rosella Ayane - Morocco v Uganda, AFCON, Rabat - kick-off 9pm

Shelina Zadorsky - Canada v Trinidad & Tobago, CONCACAF W Championship, Guadalupe - kick-off 9pm

Thursday 7 July

Becky Spencer - Jamaica v USA - CONCACAF W Championship, Guadalupe – kick-off 6pm

Friday 8 July

Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Eveliina Summanen - Finland v Spain, UEFA Euro 2022, Milton Keynes - kick-off 5pm

Rosella Ayane - Morocco v Senegal, AFCON, Rabat - kick-off 9pm

Shelina Zadorsky - Canada v Panama, CONCACAF W Championship, Nueva Leon - kick-off 9pm

Monday 11 July

Shelina Zadorsky - Canada v Costa Rica, CONCACAF W Championship, Guadalupe - kick-off 6pm

Becky Spencer - Jamaica v Haiti, CONCACAF W Championship, Guadalupe - kick-off 9pm

Tuesday 12 July

Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Eveliina Summanen - Finland v Denmark, UEFA Euro 2022, Milton Keynes - kick-off 5pm

Saturday 16 July

Tinja-Riikka Korpela, Eveliina Summanen - Finland v Germany, UEFA Euro 2022, Milton Keynes - kick-off 8pm