The Korean women’s national soccer team will have its last domestic evaluation match.
The Korea Football Association (KFA) announced on the 30th that the Korean women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell, will play an evaluation match against Haiti on July 8, which also serves as a World Cup match. The venue and time of the match have yet to be determined.
This is the first time they have faced Haiti in an A match. Haiti, currently ranked 53rd in the FIFA Women’s Rankings, secured their first ticket to the Women’s World Cup by defeating Senegal and Chile consecutively in the intercontinental playoffs.
In the World Cup, they are tied to Group D and will face England, Denmark and China.
The Korean national team participated in the Arnold Clark Cup in England earlier this year and faced England, Belgium and Italy. In April, they played two domestic warm-up matches against Zambia.
The national team is preparing for the call-up training for the World Cup in June. After an evaluation match against Haiti, the next day, on the 9th, after a ceremony with fans, they will go to Australia on the 10th. There will also be an additional evaluation match in Australia.
Korea is in Group H in this World Cup. Coming July 25, we will play our first group stage match against Colombia in Sydney, then we will face Morocco in Adelaide on the 30th, and then Germany in Brisbane on August 3. 메이저놀이터
Colin Bell, head coach of the women’s national team, said, “The match against Haiti is the last step for our national team, which has been preparing for the World Cup.” It is also the last chance for the players to be included in the final roster of 23 players. We look forward to a great farewell match in a stadium full of fans.”