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Football - 11. July 2007.

UEFA Women's U19s Championship Finals, Iceland




The squad is similar to that of the second qualifying rounds but now includes Chelsea Weston from Birmingham FC and Remi Allen from Leicester City.

Natasha Dowie has been recalled to play upfront after her goal against the Czech Republic in April's thrilling qualifier. Since then Dowie has played in front of the biggest crowd for a domestic womens’ game at the 2007 FA Women’s Cup Final.

Leeds United defender Sophie Bradley, who was nominated woman of the match in The FA Women's Premier League Cup against Arsenal, has also been recalled, as has Lincoln's Jade Moore who scored goals against Austria and Ukraine in the previous round.

The squad now contains five Chelsea players, after the club announced that Sian Larkin, Danielle Buet and Clare Rafferty have all joined.

England will face Poland on 18 July at Fylkisvollur Stadium before playing France and Spain later in the month.

Squad:

Player

Club

Rebecca Spencer

Arsenal

Danielle Hill

Everton

Sophie Bradley

Leeds United

Jayne Eadie

Blackburn Rovers

Sian Larkin

Chelsea

Fern Whelan

Everton

Danielle Buet

Chelsea

Jade Moore

Lincoln City

Elizabeth Edwards

Chelsea

Sophie Walton

Leeds United

Jessica Clarke

Leeds United

Claire Rafferty

Chelsea

Ellen White

Chelsea

Faye McCoy

Everton

Kelly Lawrence

Indiana University

Chelsea Weston

Birmingham City

Natasha Dowie

Charlton Athletic

Remi Allen

Leicester City



18 Jul 07

Denmark v Germany

Vikingsvollur

UC

5pm

18 Jul 07

Iceland v Norway

Laugardalsvollur

UC

8.15pm

20 Jul 07

Norway v Germany

Fylkisvollur

UC

5pm

20 Jul 07

Iceland v Denmark

Kopavogsvollur

UC

8.15pm

23 Jul 07

Germany v Iceland

Grindavikurvollur

UC

5pm

23 Jul 07

Norway v Denmark

Akranesvollur

UC

5pm



18 Jul 07

Poland v England

Fylkisvollur

UC

5pm

18 Jul 07

Spain v France

Kopavogsvollur

UC

5pm

20 Jul 07

Poland v Spain

Grindavikurvollur

UC

5pm

20 Jul 07

England v France

Akranesvollur

UC

5pm

23 Jul 07

France v Poland

Vikingsvollur

UC

5pm

23 Jul 07

England v Spain

KR-vollur

UC

5pm


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