Reds called up for the Lionesses' internationals

Tuesday 14 May 2024 11:52

Manchester United Women will be represented by five Reds when England Lionesses link up for the UEFA Women's EURO 2025 qualifiers this summer.

Mary Earps, Maya Le Tissier, Ella Toone, Millie Turner and Grace Clinton - on loan at fellow Women's Super League side Tottenham Hotspur - have been named in Sarina Wiegman's 28-player squad for the upcoming matches against France, Republic of Ireland and Sweden. 

The squad is initially made up of 24 players, with Le Tissier joining Liverpool’s Missy Bo Kearns, Tottenham's Jess Naz and Southampton’s Kayla Rendell on the four-player standby list. They remain part of the collective. who will report to St George’s Park on Monday 27 May.

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Wiegman's team will play Les Bleus twice and Republic of Ireland and Sweden once each, with the players named on Tuesday in with a shout of representing the Lionesses in these games.

England first take on France on Friday 31 May, at Newcastle United's St James' Park, before travelling to Saint-Etienne for the return fixture on Tuesday 4 June.

There is then a month-long gap, before the Lionesses meet up again for fixtures against Republic of Ireland (12 July) and Sweden (16 July).

It will be further cause for celebration for our players, who won the Adobe Women's FA Cup for the very first time on Sunday, beating Tottenham 4-0 at Wembley.

Clinton was ineligible for Spurs due to being on loan at the club from United.

Congratulations on your call-ups, Reds!


United Women have just one game left to play this season, and it will be at Old Trafford, as we host Emma Hayes's title-chasing Chelsea in the Women's Super League. Kick-off is scheduled for 15:00 BST on Saturday,18 May.

Whatever happens on the pitch between the two great rivals, it promises to be a special day as the FA Cup will be paraded in front of the home fans by our Wembley winners.

You can buy your tickets for this historic occasion here now.