FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 All Teams and Players

মহিলা বিশ্বকাপ খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩,রেকর্ড, পরিসংখ্যান, চমক [FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 All Teams and Players]

ফিফা মহিলা ফুটবল বিশ্বকাপ ২০২৩ খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা বাংলাদেশের সময় অনুযায়ী। ফিফা মহিলা বিশ্বকাপ ২০২৩ খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা সালের প্রথম পর্বের খেলা ২০ শে জুলাই শুরু হতে যাচ্ছে। আমরা এই অনুচ্ছেদে ফিফা মহিলা বিশ্বকাপ ফুটবল ২০২৩ সময়সূচি সম্পর্কে তুলে ধরব । ২০২৩ সালের মহিলা বিশ্বকাপ ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা, FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 All Teams and Players আপনারা অনেকেই খোঁজাখুঁজি করছেন।

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ব্রাজিল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২২।ব্রাজিল জাতীয় ফুটবল দল, রেকর্ড, পরিসংখ্যান, চমক [Brazil team in FIFA world cup 2022]

আর্জেন্টিনার খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২২ । [Argentina team member 2022]

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উদ্বোধনী খেলাও ফাইনাল খেলা যে মাঠে হবে।

Woman FIFA Cup

ফিফা মহিলা বিশ্বকাপের শুরু থেকে শেষ পযর্ন্ত সকল ইতিহার তুলে ধরা হয়েছে এই সেকশনে। যে বাটনে ক্লিক করবেন সেই অনুযায়ী তত্ত্ব দেখতে পারবেন। 

DASHBOARD

GROUP A

New Zealand(H)

Norway

Philippines

Switzerland

নিউজিল্যান্ড মহিলা ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩[New Zealand Women Football Team 2023]

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  • Current Ranking >>  25
  • Highest Ranking >>  16
  • Lowest Ranking >>  25

The New Zealand Women’s national football team, also known as the “Football Ferns”, represents New Zealand in international women’s soccer. They have been active since 1979 and have primarily competed in the OFC (Oceania Football Confederation) region, where they have won several OFC Women’s Nations Cup titles. The team has not yet qualified for a FIFA Women’s World Cup. The current head coach is Jitka Klimková and the captain is Ali Riley.

Honours

*OFC Women’s Nations Cup

Champions: 1983, 1991, 2007, 2010, 2014,2018

– Runners-up: 1989, 1994, 1998, 2003

*AFC Women’s Championship

– Champions: 1975

 
Golkeeper

Erin Nayler

Current Club: IFK Norrkoping (Sweden)

Brianna Edwards

Current Club: Bankstwon City (Astralia)

Murphy Sheaff

Current Club: Jacksonville Dolphins (USA)

DEFENDER

Kate Taylor

Current Club: Wellington Phoneix

Claudia Bunge

Current Club: Melbourne Victory

CJ Bott

Current Club: Leicester City(England)

Melikayla moore

Current Club: Glasgow City(Scotland)

Ali Riley

Current Club: Angel City FC(USA)

Michaela Foster

Current Club: Wellington Phoenix

Katie Bowen

Current Club: Melbourne CIty(Australia)

Grace Nevile

Current Club:London City

Mackenzie Barry

Current Club: Wellington Phoenix

Elizabeth Anton

Current Club: Perth Glory

MIDFILDER

Malia Steinmetz

Current Club: Western Sydney (Australia)

Daisy Cleverley

Current Club: Koge (Denmark)

Olivia chance

Current Club: Celtic (Scotland)

Bestsy hassett

Current Club: Wellington Phoenix

Ava Collins

Current Club: JSt. John,s Red Stom (USA)

FORWARD

Gabi Rennie

Current Club: Arizona State Sun Devils (USA)

Frace Jale

Current Club: Canberra Uniited (Australia)

Paige Satchell

Current Club: Wellington Phoenix

Hannah Wilkinson

Current Club: Melbourne City (Australia)

Indiah Paige Riley

Current Club: Brisbane Roar(Australia)

  • head Coach >> Jitka Klimkova 
  • Assistant Coach
  • Goalkeeper Coach
  • Performance Coach
  • Technical Coach

নরওয়ে মহিলা ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩[Norway Women Football Team 2023]

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  • Current Ranking >>  12
  • Highest Ranking >>  2
  • Lowest Ranking >>  14

The Norway women’s national football team represents Norway in international women’s football competitions. Some key information about the team includes:

– Nickname: The Blue Ones

– Confederation: UEFA (Union of European Football Associations)

– Head coach: Hege Riise

– Captain: Guro Reiten

– Top scorer: Isabell Herlovsen (67)

– Home stadium: Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo

Norway has been successful in international competition, having won the 1995 FIFA Women’s World Cup and finishing as runners-up in 1991. They have also won the UEFA Women’s European Championship twice (1987, 1993) and have a strong record in the Algarve Cup, having won the tournament a record ten times.

Some notable players from the Norway women’s national football team include Ada Hegerberg, who won the first-ever Ballon d’Or Féminin in 2018, and Maren Mjelde, who is known for her strong leadership skills and successful career

Golkeeper

Guro Pettersen

Current Club: Valerenga (Norway)

Sunniva Skoglund

Current Club: Stabaek (Norway)

Aurora Mikalsen

Current Club: Brann (Norway)

DEFENDER

Anja sonstevokd

Current Club: Inter Milan(Italy)

Mathilde Harvien

Current Club: Rosenborg (Norway)

Maren Mjelde (Captain)

Current Club: Chelsea(England)

Marit Braterg Lund

Current Club: Brann (Norway)

Malin Brenn

Current Club: como (Italy)

Tuva Hansen

Current Club: Bayern Munich

MIDFILDER

Ingrid Syrstad Engern

Current Club: Barcelona (spain)

Vilde Boe Risa

Current Club: Manchester United(England)

Guro Reiten

Current Club: Chelsea (England)

Thea Bjelde

Current Club: Valerenga()Norway

Analie Eikeland

Current Club: Reading (England)

Julie Balakstad

Current Club: Manchester City(England)

Frida Maanum

Current Club: Arsenal (England)

Elisabeth Terland

Current Club: Brighton and Hove Albion

Cesilie Andreassen

Current Club: Rosenborg(Norway)

FORWARD

Karina Saevik

Current Club: Avaldsenes (Norway)

Ada Hegerberg

Current Club: Lyon (Italy)

Emilie Haavi

Current Club: Roma (Italy)

Anna Josendal

Current Club: Rosenborg (Norway)

  • head Coach      ——– Hege Riise
  • Assistant Coach  —— Monica Kundsen
  • Goalkeeper Coach —- Jon Kundsen
  • Performance Coach
  • Technical Coach

ফিলিপাইন মহিলা ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩[PHILIPPINES Women Football Team 2023]

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  • Current Ranking >>  49
  • Highest Ranking >>  49
  • Lowest Ranking >>  92

The Philippines women’s national football

team, nicknamed the Filipinas, represents the Philippines in international women’s football. The team is controlled by the Philippine Football Federation (PFF), the governing body for football in the Philippines.

The Filipinas have qualified for the FIFA Women’s World Cup once, in 2023. They have also qualified for the AFC Women’s Asian Cup once, in 2018.

The Filipinas are currently ranked 49th in the FIFA Women’s World Rankings. Their most famous player is probably Hali Long, who plays for the Portland Thorns in the NWSL.

The Filipinas are a popular team in the Philippines, and they have a large following of fans. They are a force to be reckoned with on the international stage, and they are always a contender for major trophies.

The Filipinas have had a recent resurgence in form, and they are now considered to be one of the best teams in Asia. They are led by head coach Alen Stajcic, who has helped to turn the team around since his appointment in 2021.

Golkeeper
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DEFENDER
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MIDFILDER
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FORWARD
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  • head Coach      ——– Alen Stajcic
  • Assistant Coach  —— Nahuel Arrarte
  • Goalkeeper Coach —- David Plowright
  • Performance Coach—Anna Liza Demegillo
  • Technical Coach——Red sajonia

সুইজারল্যান্ড মহিলা ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩[Switzerland Women Football Team 2023]

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  • Current Ranking >>  20
  • Highest Ranking >>  15
  • Lowest Ranking >>  31

key information about the team includes:

  • Nickname: Die Schweizerinnen – Confederation: UEFA (Union of European Football Associations)
  • Head coach: Inka Grings

Captain: Lia Wälti

  • Top scorer: Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (67)

  • Home stadium: Stade de Suisse, Bern

Switzerland has been competitive in international women’s football, though they have yet to reach the later stages of a major tournament. They have participated in the UEFA Women’s European Championship three times, and have also qualified for the World Cup once, in 2019.

Golkeeper
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DEFENDER
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MIDFILDER
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FORWARD
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  • head Coach      ——– Inka Grings
  • Assistant Coach  —— 
  • Goalkeeper Coach —- 
  • Performance Coach—
  • Technical Coach——

GROUP B

Australia (H)

Republic of Ireland

Nigeria

Canada

সুইজারল্যান্ড মহিলা ফুটবল খেলোয়াড়দের নামের তালিকা ২০২৩[Switzerland Women Football Team 2023]

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  • Current Ranking >>  20
  • Highest Ranking >>  15
  • Lowest Ranking >>  31

key information about the team includes:

  • Nickname: Die Schweizerinnen – Confederation: UEFA (Union of European Football Associations)
  • Head coach: Inka Grings

Captain: Lia Wälti

  • Top scorer: Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (67)

  • Home stadium: Stade de Suisse, Bern

Switzerland has been competitive in international women’s football, though they have yet to reach the later stages of a major tournament. They have participated in the UEFA Women’s European Championship three times, and have also qualified for the World Cup once, in 2019.

Golkeeper
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DEFENDER
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MIDFILDER
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FORWARD
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  • head Coach      ——– Inka Grings
  • Assistant Coach  —— 
  • Goalkeeper Coach —- 
  • Performance Coach—
  • Technical Coach——

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