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Saudi Arabia has launched its third women’s national team – the Under-17 squad – with 28 players already underway for a training camp in Riyadh this weekend.

The formation of the new team represents the latest sign of the rapid transformation of the women’s game in Saudi Arabia since the inception of a dedicated women’s football department at the Saudi Arabian Football Federation (SAFF) in 2019. The squad will hope to follow in the footsteps of their senior counterparts who were recently crowned champions on their international friendly tournament debut and are well on their way to officially entering the FIFA Rankings List next month.


The 26-year-old, who has five caps, joins the club with interim head coach Leanne Ross' side top of the SWPL table and in the Scottish Cup fifth round.

She is the second arrival in two weeks, with South Africa winger Linda Motlhalo joining after leaving Djurgardens.

"I'm so excited to have signed with Glasgow City," said Oscarsson, who can also play in defence.


Vera Pauw's side will take part in their first major tournament in Australia and New Zealand.

The Football Association of Ireland explored playing the game at the Aviva Stadium but redevelopment work on the pitch meant it was not possible.

The Republic's first World Cup match is against co-hosts Australia on 20 July.


The Arsenal defender missed November's fixtures with Japan and Norway due to injury but is included along with uncapped goalkeeper Emily Ramsey.

The Lionesses play South Korea in Milton Keynes on 16 February and Italy in Coventry on 19 February.

Their concluding fixture is against Belgium in Bristol on 22 February.


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