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Europes FIFA Womens World Cup hopefuls: Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland

We profile Europes 11 confirmed FIFA Womens World Cup contenders ahead of the draw.

The 2023 FIFA Womens World Cup runs from 20 July to 20 August in Australia and New Zealand with 11 European teams already assured of their places.

Qualifying group winners Denmark, England, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain and Sweden have been joined by play-off winners Republic of Ireland and Switzerland. The play-off winners with the third best record, Portugal, will hope to be the 12th UEFA nation at the finals by beating either Cameroon or Thailand in the inter-confederation play-offs on 22 February in Hamilton, New Zealand.

Group A: New Zealand (hosts),Norway, Philippines,Switzerland

Group B: Australia (hosts),Republic of Ireland, Nigeria, Canada

Group C:Spain, Costa Rica, Zambia, Japan

Group D:England, Winner Group B play-off,Denmark, China PR

Group E: United States (holders), Vietnam,Netherlands, Winner Group A play-off

Group F:France, Jamaica, Brazil, Winner Group C play-off

Group G:Sweden, South Africa,Italy, Argentina

Group H:Germany, Morocco, Colombia, South Korea

A ten-team tournament will be held from 18 to 23 February in New Zealand to decide the last three finalists (the winners of each of the three group finals).

Saturday 18 FebruarySemi-final:Cameroon vs Thailand (Hamilton)Wednesday 22 FebruaryFinal:Portugalvs Cameroon/Thailand (Hamilton)

Semi-final:Saturday 18 FebruarySenegal vs Haiti (Auckland)Final: Wednesday 22 FebruaryChile vs Senegal/Haiti (Auckland)

Semi-finals: Sunday 19 FebruaryChinese Taipei vs Paraguay (Hamilton)Papua New Guinea vs Panama (Auckland)

Final: Thursday 23 FebruaryChinese Taipei/Paraguay vs Papua New Guinea/Panama (Hamilton)

Group D opponents: China PR, England, Winner Group B play-offs

Previous World Cup appearances:4Best result: Quarter-finals (1991, 1995)Qualifying group record:W8 D0 L0 F40 A12 (Group E winners)Top scorer: Signe Bruun 13Womens EURO 2022: Group stage

• Finished 13 points clear of the runners-up in their section, a record for any UEFA womens qualifying group.

Group D opponents: Winner Group B play-offs, Denmark, China PR

Previous finals appearances:4Best result: Third place (2015)Qualifying group record:W10 D0 L0 F80 A0(Group D winners)Top scorer: Beth Mead 13Womens EURO 2022: Winners

• The most goals scored in any UEFA womens qualifying group, in addition to winning their first major tournament in July with the home EURO. Have reached last two World Cup semi-finals and got past group stage each time they have qualified.

Group F opponents: Jamaica, Brazil, Winner Group C play-offs

Previous finals appearances:4Best result: Fourth place (2011)Qualifying group record:W10 D0 L0 F54 A4 (Group I winners)Top scorer: Marie-Antoinette Katoto 10Womens EURO 2022: Semi-finals

• At Womens EURO reached their first semi-final since the 2012 Olympics and 2011 World Cup.

Group H opponents: Morocco, Colombia, South Korea

Previous finals appearances: 8 (maximum)Best result:Winners (2003, 2007)Qualifying group record: W9 D0 L1 F47 A5 (Group H winners)Top scorer: Lea Schller 15Womens EURO 2022: Runners-up

• Only the United States (50) have played more World Cup finals games than Germany (44).

Group G opponents: Argentina, Sweden, South Africa

Previous finals appearances:3Best result: Quarter-finals (1991, 2009)Qualifying group record:W9 D0 L1 F40 A2 (Group G winners)Top scorer: Cristiana Girelli 8Womens EURO 2022: Group stage

• Reached two straight World Cups for the first time.

Group E opponents: Winner Group A play-offs, United States, Vietnam

Previous finals appearances:2Best result: Runners-up (2019)Qualifying group record:W6 D2 L0 F31 A3 (Group C winners)Top scorer:Vivianne Miedema 8Womens EURO 2022: Semi-finals

• Sealed a finals spot with an Esmee Brugts goal deep in added time to snatch a 1-0 win against Iceland in their group decider when it seemed the 2017 European champions were headed to the play-offs (from which they qualified in 2015 and 2019).

Group A opponents: New Zealand, Switzerland, Philippines

Previous finals appearances: 8 (ever-present)Best result: Winners (1995)Qualifying group record: W9 D1 L0 F47 A2 (Group F winners)Top scorer:Lisa-Marie Utland 6Womens EURO 2022: Group stage

• Were the first European team to win the trophy in 1995.

Group B opponents: Australia, Nigeria, Canada

Previous appearances:DebutQualifying group record: W5 D2 L1 F26 A4 (Group A runners-up)Play-off round 2: W1-0 (a) vs ScotlandTop scorer: Katie McCabe 7Womens EURO 2022: Did not qualify

• Irelands first major tournament, though coach Vera Pauw has led her native Netherlands to the EURO 2009 semi-finals and South Africa at the 2016 Olympics.

Group C opponents: Costa Rica, Zambia, Japan

Previous finals appearances:2Best result: Round of 16 (2019)Qualifying group record:W8 D0 L0 F53 A0 (Group B winners)Top scorer: Amaiur Sarriegi 11Womens EURO 2022: Quarter-finals

• Won the 2022 FIFA U-20 Womens World Cup and 2018 FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup.

Group G opponents: South Africa, Italy, Argentina

Previous finals appearances:8 (ever-present)Best result: Runners-up (2003)Qualifying group record:W7 D1 L0 F32 A2 (Group A winners)Top scorers: Lina Hurtig, Fridolina Rolfö 5Womens EURO 2022: Semi-finals

• Took bronze in the 2019 World Cup and silver at the 2021 Olympics.

Group A opponents: Philippines, Norway, New Zealand

Previous appearances:1Best result: Group stage (2015)Qualifying group record: W8 D1 L1 F44 A4 (Group I runners-up)Play-off round 2: W2-1aet vs WalesTop scorers: Anna-Maria Crnogorčević, Coumba Sow 8Womens EURO 2022: Group stage

• Their debut World Cup in 2015 included a 10-1 win against Ecuador with a Ramona Bachmann hat-trick.

Potential Group E opponents: Netherlands, Vietnam, United States

Previous appearances:DebutQualifying group record: W7 D1 L2 F26 A9 (Group H runners-up)Play-off round 1: W2-1 (h) vs BelgiumPlay-off round 2: W4-1aet (h) vs IcelandTop scorers: Diana Silva 5Womens EURO 2022: Group stage

• Had never reached a major tournament before EURO 2017 but now hope to reach their third.

2019: United States 2-0Netherlands; Lyon, France2015: United States 5-2 Japan; Vancouver, Canada2011: Japan 2-2 United States (aet, 3-1 pens); Frankfurt, Germany2007:Germany2-0 Brazil; Shanghai, China2003:Germany1-0Sweden(aet, golden goal); Carson, United States1999: United States 0-0 China (aet, 5-4 pens); Pasadena, United States1995:Norway2-0Germany; Stockholm, Sweden1991: United States 2-1Norway; Guangzhou, China

2021: Canada (gold),Sweden(silver), United States (bronze); Yokohama, Japan (postponed from 2020, final moved from Tokyo)2016:Germany(gold),Sweden(silver), Canada (bronze); Rio de Janeiro, Brazil2012: United States (gold), Japan (silver), Canada (bronze); London, United Kingdom2008: United States (gold), Brazil (silver),Germany(bronze); Beijing, China2004: United States (gold), Brazil (silver),Germany(bronze); Athens, Greece2000:Norway(gold), United States (silver),Germany(bronze); Sydney, Australia1996: United States (gold), China (silver),Norway(bronze); Atlanta, United States

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