The Korean women’s soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, is ahead of the launch ceremony for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
The women’s national soccer team will play an evaluation match against Haiti at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 5:00 pm on the 8th. It is the last evaluation match to be played in Korea ahead of the Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup, which opens on the 20th (Korean time), and after this game, the national team will depart for Australia on the 10th.
The national team has announced a 23-member entry and reserve list to play in the World Cup. They conducted their final training at Paju NFC on the 7th ahead of the match against Haiti. The training time disclosed to the media was about 20 minutes, and after that, the players trained privately for about an hour.
Since the game against Haiti is a game that also serves as a launching ceremony, there seems to be no reason to overdo it. After the training session on the 7th, coach Val hinted that he would not overdo Park Eun-sun by saying, “Park Eun-sun had a small problem with her ankle,” and “The World Cup finals are more important than the Haiti match.”
Regarding Casey Eugene Fair, who became the youngest player ever to participate in the World Cup at the age of 16, he said, “This is my first call to the A national team,” and said, “It is important to learn, and I will decide on appointment based on the game situation.”안전놀이터추천
After the match against Haiti on this day, Korea will train until the morning of the 9th and 10th before boarding a plane to Australia. Australia will play an evaluation match against the Netherlands on the 16th. However, the evaluation match will be conducted in a completely private manner.
Korea, which belongs to Group H, will begin its World Cup group stage schedule starting with the game against Colombia on the 25th. Then, on the 30th of next month, Morocco and on the 3rd of next month, Germany will face each other in turn.