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Galaxy of star names for Good Friday at our stadium

Watch Australia Women take on Scotland at the Cherry Red Records Stadium

2 April 2023

Club News

Galaxy of star names for Good Friday at our stadium

Watch Australia Women take on Scotland at the Cherry Red Records Stadium

2 April 2023

The countdown is on until the FIFA Women's World Cup - and you don't have to travel far for a taste of what's coming up later this year.

That's because we are delighted to host an international fixture at our stadium on Good Friday with Australia Women (Commbank Matildas) taking on Scotland.

It means that a host of star names will be strutting their stuff on our hallowed turf at the Cherry Red Records Stadium, including Chelsea's Erin Cuthbert, who represents Scotland against her club team-mate Sam Kerr.

For those not planning to attend our first-team fixture at Harrogate on Friday, it's an alternative way to get your football fix. With a 1.15 pm kick-off, the game will be over just after the Dons get underway so there'll still be time to catch almost every kick on iFollow. 

Ticket prices have been set at family friendly prices, starting at £5 for children and £12 for adults.

Buy your ticket for the international fixture from our online ticket shop.

Scotland manager Pedro Martinez Losa named his squad for the friendly on Thursday, and the full list is as follows:

Fiona Brown (FC Rosengård), Jenna Clark (Glasgow City), Eartha Cumings (Liverpool), Erin Cuthbert (Chelsea), Lauren Davidson (Glasgow City), Nicola Docherty (Rangers), Claire Emslie (Angel City FC), Sarah Ewens (London City Lionesses), Jenna Fife (Rangers), Lee Gibson (Glasgow City), Christy Grimshaw (AC Milan), Kirsty Hanson (Aston Villa, on loan from Manchester United), Brogan Hay (Rangers), Kathryn Hill (Rangers), Sophie Howard Leicester City, Samantha Kerr (Rangers), Rachel McLauchlan (Rangers), Amy Muir (Glasgow City), Emma Mukandi (Reading), Christie Murray (Birmingham City), Kirsty Smith (West Ham United), Martha Thomas (Manchester United), Emma Watson (Rangers), Caroline Weir (Real Madrid). 

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The picture above shows Erin Cuthbert celebrating scoring for Scotland versus Argentina at the last World Cup in 2019 (Credit:Anna Gowthorpe/BPI/Shutterstock).

The Australia Women's squad for the fixture is as follows: Mackenzie Arnold (West Ham), Ellie Carpenter (Lyon), Alex Chidiac (Racing Louisville), Kyra Cooney-Cross (Hammarby IF), Larissa Crummer (Brisbane Roar), Caitlin Foord (Arsenal WFC), Mary Fowler (Manchester City), Katrina Gorry (Vittsjo GIK), Charlotte Grant (Vittsjo GIK), Clare Hunt (Western Sydney Wanderers), Alanna Kennedy (Manchester City), Sam Kerr (Chelsea WFC), Aivi Luik (BK Hacken), Holly McNamara (Melbourne City), Teagan Micah (FC Rosengard), Courtney Nevin (Leicester City, on loan from Hammarby IF), Clare Polkinghorne (Vittsjo GIK), Hayley Raso (Manchester City), Emily Van Egmond (San Diego Wave FC), Cortnee Vine (Sydney FC), Clare Wheeler (Everton WFC), Jada Whyman (Sydney FC), Lydia Williams (Brighton & Hove Albion), Tameka Wallop (SK Brann). 

With the FIFA Women’s World Cup coming up later this year in Australia and New Zealand, it’s the perfect time to watch some of the finest players on the planet in live action.

 


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