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

Spain Women's Football Team will be going to fight with all their might in the upcoming FIFA Women's World Cup 2023.

The Spain Women’s football team will be eager to go all out in the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 as they have one of the strongest teams and the best player Alexia Putellas.

Spain’s team is in top form, winning 10 matches since their exit in the Euro 2022 quarter-finals when England knocked them out. They also had an amazing World Cup Qualifiers in which they won every match of it.

Esther Gonzalez has been in magnificent form in the World Cup qualifiers and friendlies in 2023 as she scored 11 goals and gave 5 assists in her 10 appearances, making him one of the most dangerous strikers for the opposition team.

The Barcelona Women’s star striker Mariona Caldentey is another pace forward who can score on a quick counter-attack. She scored 8 goals and gave 5 assists in just 6 appearances. Hermoso is another experienced player from Spain who is just two goal shots to get her 50-goal in her international carrier.

Alexia Putellas is known as one of the greatest footballers ever because she won every major club trophy and individual trophy in Europe. She played 101 matches for Spain in which she scored 28 goals. She is the heart of Spain’s forward and midfield line as she is the one who connects both to provide the team much more stability.

Salma Paralluelo is one of the best talents for the Spain team and can be a surprising factor for her side because when she made her debut against Argentina, she scored a hat trick in that game to show the world why she is so special.

Spain is in Group C with Costa Rica, Zambia, and Japan. They will be favorites to top the group stage, and their strongest opponent in the group is Japan, which can give them a hard time.

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

Goalkeepers: Misa Rodriguez (Real Madrid), Enith Salon (Valencia), Cata Coll (Barcelona)

Defenders: Irene Paredes (Barcelona), Ivana Andres (Real Madrid), Ona Batlle (Barcelona), Laia Codina (Barcelona), Olga Carmona (Real Madrid), Rocio Galvez (Real Madrid), Oihane Hernandez (Athletic Bilbao)

Midfielders: Teresa Abelleira (Real Madrid), Irene Guerrero (Atletico Madrid), Aitana Bonmati (Barcelona), Maria Perez (Barcelona), Alexia Putellas (Barcelona), Claudia Zornoza (Real Madrid)

Forwards: Mariona Caldentey (Barcelona), Alba Redondo (Levante), Eva Navarro (Atletico Madrid), Salma Paralluelo (Barcelona), Athenea del Castillo (Real Madrid), Esther Gonzalez (Real Madrid), Jennifer Hermoso (Pachuca)

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