The China national women's team will be playing in their eighth FIFA World Cup finals in July, which will be held in Australia and New Zealand.
Shui Qingxia's troops are the reigning Asian champions and qualified directly for the tournament.
In 1999, they finished as runners-up, which is their best performance to date and in this edition, they would like to create history by lifting the World Cup.
In the 2023 Women's World Cup, they have been drawn in Group D with Denmark, England and Haiti.
Who has made Qingxia's final 23-player World Cup squad? GOAL takes a look...