Women's World Cup 2023: 50 players to watch in Australia & New Zealand

Women's World Cup 50 Players to Watch GFXGOAL

This summer’s Women’s World Cup is set to be the biggest and best yet, with more teams involved than ever before. It means there are to be eight debutantes in Australia and New Zealand, with some nations appearing in a World Cup for the first time at any level, on both the men’s and women’s side.

As always, it’s a huge stage for players to announce themselves on, with plenty of new faces sure to rise to the fore over the next few weeks. There are, though, plenty of well-known names ready for a big summer, too, some of whom will be playing at their final World Cup.

GOAL picks out 50 players to keep an eye on across the tournament…

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