With the men’s World Cup just around the corner, a long and tumultuous soccer season for fans around the world isn’t over yet. The Women’s World Cup will open on Thursday 20 July with co-hosts New Zealand and Australia playing the first matches of their respective groups. promise It will be the biggest tournament in the history of women’s soccer.
The Dutch team will hope to do even better than last time. The Netherlands, who reached the final in France in 2019 but lost 2-0 to the USA, will be aiming for the title. too bad Fight back in the Euro 2021 campaign and start the tournament on a high note.
National team captain Sherida Spitse said she sees the tournament as an opportunity to “show the world and our little country something beautiful”. NOS before going to New Zealand.
Frisian Sherida Spitse leads the team
Spice, the player with the most caps for both men and women in Dutch football history, will captain his team in a major tournament for the first time in his career.currently playing 216 Spitze, who is from Sneek, Friesland and plays in the Netherlands, is unrivaled when it comes to women’s games in the Netherlands.
In 2006, the historic midfielder made his debut for the national team at just 16 years old when he was still playing for VV Sneak’s men’s team.she played in the opener Eredivisie Vrouwen He finished the season with SC Heerenveen in 2007 and continued to break ceilings as he moved through his career.
In 2013, after a successful run with FC Twente, she became the first female player acquired by the Netherlands. I participated Norwegian Team LSK Kubiner. Now back in the Netherlands, where she captains the Ajax team, she hopes the club will make waves in the women’s game as it normally does in the men’s division.
One of the most decorated players in the entire tournament, Spitze has played in every World Cup and Euro campaign for the Netherlands since 2006. Her experience, of course, playmaking abilityWill be key for a country wanting to forget the World Cup Misery.
the history of Leewinen
The Netherlands are now one of the mainstays of international women’s football, but until recently that wasn’t the case. Ten years ago, they had yet to qualify for the World Cup, having played in just two Euros since 1984.
Their fortunes changed after they were appointed full-time. Salina Wigman as a head coach. A member of the coaching staff since 2014, she finally got the job just six months before Euro 2017 in the Netherlands that year.
lots of everyone’s surprise, Leewinen (The lioness) seized the chance to lift the trophy as host nation, ending Germany’s record of six defending champions in the process.
They took that momentum to the 2019 World Cup in France, where they advanced to the finals against the strong American team.As a result, although it was regrettable, the women’s team inspired Football-hungry nation tired of watching men’s teams go out far below expectations.
Orange Since their historic run to the European title and World Cup final, they’ve taken a hit, and that’s at least in part. Weigmanndeparture of Appointed coach of the England women’s national team. The Lionesses were again defeated by the United States in the quarter-finals of their debut at the 2021 Olympics, and were eliminated by France in the quarter-finals of the 2022 Euros in England.
The tournament is set to start this Thursday, with a new manager Andrew Jonker Things look stable for the time being ahead of the first match on Sunday 23 July.
Mr. Orange run to the final
The Dutch lioness begins marching for the trophy in a World Cup debut against Portugal. The Netherlands will then take on two-time defending champions USA in a rematch of the 2019 final on July 27 that everyone has circled on their calendars since the group stage draw. They will round out the group on August 1 against another tournament newcomer Vietnam.
Dutch team may not be considered favorite, But they’ve shocked the world before. lifted 2017 European Championship. looks high in camp and Orange We are ready to inspire our country with another strong performance at the World Cup.
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