The Denmark team finished the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup tour after losing the quarterfinal match against Australia, but they have proven themself to perform in this qualification and another international tournament. also, they have the highest-ranked home nation.
FIFA World is one of the biggest tournaments in the World. Denmark Squad have qualified 4times for the FIFA Women’s World Cup and best result in Quarter-finals (1991, and 1995). We can see the team is performing excellently in all the matches.
Lars Søndergaard revealed their squad but in the final matches, there were following 23 players were named in the Denmark squad for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup.
For one of the biggest tournaments, Denish’s side has injected some new faces into their roster and mixed with the experience of living in their ranks.
Denmark has been in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991, 1995, 1999, 2007, and 2023.
Denmark Squad: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup
Denmark: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Squad
|Goalkeeper||Laura Worsøe, Kathrine Larsen, Maja Bay Østergaard.|
|Defenders||Sara Thrige, Stine Ballisager Pedersen, Rikke Sevecke, Simone Boye Sørensen, Katrine Veje, Luna Gevitz.|
|Midfielders||Karen Holmgaard, Sanne Troelsgaard, Emma Snerle, Nicoline Sørensen, Kathrine Kühl, Janni Thomsen, Sofie Bredgaard, Sofie Svava, Josefine Hasbo, Frederikke Thøgersen.|
|Forwards||Amalie Vangsgaard, Rikke Marie Madsen, Stine Larsen, Mille Gejl, Olivia Holdt.|
Denmark XI (4-3-3): Christensen; Sevecke, Pedersen, Sorensen, Svava; Hasbo, Holmgaard, Thomson; Bruun, Harder, Vangsgaard.
Denmark: 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Matches
There is full detail about the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup matches.
|1.||Denmark||1-0||China||22 July 2023|
|2,||England||1-0||Denmark||28 July 2023|
|3.||Haiti||0-2||Denmark||1 August 2023|
|Denmark vs Australia Round of 16 Final Score|
|4.||Australia||2-0||Denmark||7 August 2023|
Denmark 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Jerseys
The wait is over Denmark Soccer and Hummel unveiled the new 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup Uniform that will be used in the upcoming FIFA World Cup officially in Australia and New Zealand.