All about Haiti Women’s Football Team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023

Haiti Women's football team will play their first-ever FIFA Women's Football World Cup 2023. Will it be another miracle for them or a failure?

Haiti Women’s football team is going to play their first-ever FIFA Women’s World Cup ever after securing their place when they defeated Chile by 2-1 in the inter-confederation playoff.

It is going to be a historical moment for a nation like Haiti because to get happiness in a nation like Haiti is quite hard for their people because of poverty, no solid infrastructure and a proper meal for most of the people in the nation, but still qualifying for the World Cup is such a huge achievement for them.

The Nation was stunned when its late president Jovenel Moise was assassinated in 2021, which clearly says what the nation is going through and why the nation has never been settled.

After all the crisis and crime, the Haiti Women’s football team did not back down and fought in the qualifiers to get their place in the world cup. Nicolas Delepine is the coach of the Haiti women’s football team after taking the job in 2022. He has great experience managing a few major women’s club teams in the French league.

One of their star players is Corventina, who plays for one of the top clubs in League 1, Lyon, after an amazing showcase of her skill. They are in Group D, which has England, China, and Denmark in their group, which is going to be a sure tough.

The Squad of the Haiti Women’s Football Team for the FIFA World Cup 2023

Goalkeepers: Gabrielle Emilien (Ottawa Gee-Gees), Kerly Theus (FC Miami City), Chelsea Surpris (Yzeure), Tabita Joseph (Brest), Betina Petit-Frere (Brest), Claire Constant (Torrense), Milan Pierre-Jerome (George Mason Patriots)Kethna Louis (Reims)Ruthny Mathurin (Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns)

Midfielders: Jennyfer Limage (Grenoble),Maudeline Moryl (Grenoble), Melchie Dumornay (Reims), Danielle Etienne (Fordham Rams), Sherly Jeudy (Grenoble), Noa Ganthier (Weston FC), Dayana Pierre-Louis (Issy), Deborah Bien-Aime (FIU Panthers)

Forwards: Batcheba Louis (Fleury), Nerilia Mondesir (Montpellier), Roseline Eloissaint (Nantes), Darlina Joseph (Grenoble), Shwendesky Joseph (Zenit)

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