Asia D’Amato, Angela Andreoli, Manila Esposito, Alice D’Amato, and Giorgia Villa
The UEG has released the nominative rosters for this year’s European Championships, to be held beginning April 11 in Antalya, Türkiye.
A full list of all teams is below, and we’ll change the “nominative” status to official once the rosters are announced by each federation.
Confirmed by the Austrian federation on March 24. Jasmin Mader is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Belgian federation on April 5. Yléa Tollet is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Bulgarian federation on April 10.
Confirmed by the Croatian federation on April 7.
Confirmed by the Cyprus federation on April 10.
Nominative. Klara Peterkova is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Danish federation on April 7. Hannah Lassen and Michelle Lauritsen are the alternates.
Confirmed by the Finnish federation on April 5.
Confirmed by the French federation on April 7. Léa Franceries and Sheyen Petit are the alternates.
Confirmed by the German federation on April 10.
Confirmed by the British federation on March 21. Ruby Evans is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Greek federation on April 8. Elvira Katsali was originally named to the team, but has since withdrawn due to injury and was replaced by Kiosi.
Confirmed by the Hungarian federation on April 8. Lilla Makai is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Icelandic federation on March 27.
Confirmed by the Irish federation on April 8.
Confirmed by the Israeli federation on April 10.
Confirmed by the Italian federation on April 6.
Confirmed by the Lithuanian federation on April 10. Agata Vostruchovaite was originally named to the team, but has since withdrawn.
Confirmed by the Luxembourg federation as of April 6.
Confirmed by the Dutch federation on April 3. Tisha Volleman was originally named to the team, but has since withdrawn due to illness and was replaced by van Pol. Mara Slippens is the alternate.
Confirmed by the Norwegian federation on April 10.
Confirmed by the Portuguese federation on April 6. Maria Calisto was originally named to the team, but was not included on the final list of competitors.
Confirmed by the Romanian federation on April 8.
Confirmed by the Slovakian federation on April 10.
Confirmed by the Slovenian federation on April 6.
Confirmed by the Spanish federation on April 5.
Confirmed by the Swedish federation on April 5. Maya Ståhl was originally named to the team, but was not included on the final list of competitors.
Confirmed by the Swiss federation on March 29. Lilli Habisreutinger was originally named to the team, but has since withdrawn due to injury and was replaced by Siegenthaler.
Confirmed by the Turkish federation on April 10.
Article by Lauren Hopkins
8 thoughts on “The 2023 European Championships WAG Master Team List”
Maisa!! SO looking forward to seeing her here! And super glad to see Sarah Voss back as well. Will be missing Carolann but I know Euros wasn’t part of her plan for the season. Super excited!!
I can’t wait for Maisa!! I hope we see Finland qualify to worlds again, and hope Maisa is back in the AA final!
No Gadirova, Ceplinsi, or maggio?
Jess Gadirova is there. Jenn sadly not selected, I don’t think she’s ready looking at her British champs results. Maggie I believe is injured.
I thought Sanne Wevers had retired
Paloma Mintcheva of Bulgaria is known in the US as Paloma Spiridonova and trains at WOGA. Her full last name is Spiridonova Mintcheva, from her parents’ names.
Yes, we know – we reported on this move in January!
Right, but you didn’t mention she would be using a different surname, so it isn’t clear without Google research it’s in fact the same person. (I had to confirm from her birth announcement in the San Diego Tribune!)