The Ukrainian women’s national team will play a qualifier for the 2023 World Cup with Scotland. Watch the live broadcast of the match with us!
Ukraine vs Scotland
Today, June 24, there will be a qualifier for the 2023 Women’s World Cup, in which the Ukraine national team will play against Scotland. The meeting will be held at the Stahl Stadium in Rzeszow, Poland. The fight will start Time 21:15 Kyiv Time |
We will mention that the Ukrainian men’s team in the 2022 World Cup semi-finals defeated Scotland with a 3:1 count.
A live video of the match between the Ukraine and Scotland women’s national teams will be broadcast on our website.
Ukraine – Scotland
The Ukrainian women’s national team is fighting for the second place in Group B and reaches the World Cup qualifiers. The Luis Cortes charges against Scotland were supposed to play on April 8, but due to Russian aggression, UEFA postponed the match to June.
And after four matches, the Ukrainians took fourth place in Group B with 4 points. Our girls competitions, the Scottish team took second place.
Ukraine only needs a win to keep fighting for a place in the playoffs from the preliminary round.
Composition of the women’s national team of Ukraine
- goalkeepers: Katerina Samson (ETO, Hungary), Katerina Boklach (Hurnyk, Poland), Irina Sanina (Kolos Kovalivka).
- Defenders: Lyubov Shmatko, Yana Derkas (both Fumjet, Turkey), Anna Petrik (Predablik, Iceland), Olga Bassanska (Hayasa, Armenia), Katerina Korsun (ETO, Hungary), Irina Podolska (ITC, Hungary), Daria Kravets Fiorentina (Italy), Tatiana Romanenko (Reims, France).
- Midfielders: Yulia Shevchuk, Daria Abanachenko (both Fumjit, Turkey), Tetiana Kitaeva (AEM, Spain), Natya Pantsulaya, Veronica Andrukhiv (both Henio, Romania), Irina Kutyash (Slavia, Czech Republic), Tamila Jhimio (Spain) Jirin (both) Deportivo, Spain), Nicole Kozlova (Keji, Denmark), Julia Kristiuk (Old Dominion University/Asheville, USA).
- Attackers: Nadia Konina (Linkoping, Sweden), Inna Glushenko (Slovakia, Czech Republic), Olga Ovidichuk (Fumjet, Turkey), Roksolana Kravchuk (Slavia, Czech Republic), Yana Kalinina (Olympia, Poland).
The rest of the remaining World Cup qualifiers.
- 06/24/2022 Ukraine – Scotland
- 06/28/2022 Ukraine – Hungary
- 02/09/2022 Faroe Islands – Ukraine
- 06/09/2022 Spain – Ukraine
Play-offs: 3-11 October 2022.
Final tournament (Australia, New Zealand): July 10 – August 20, 2023.