Nickname: Women’s national team
Best result in the Women’s European ChampionshipSemi-finalists (2017)
UEFA Women’s European Cup 2017: semi-finals
Why could Austria win the 2022 FIFA Women’s European Championship?
EM 2017 showed that Austria is up for surprises. ÖFB-Elf reached the semi-finals and failed there only on penalties against Denmark. The team has since been revamped but still has high standards for itself.
Who is in the Austria squad?
Goal: Isabella Krish (St. Polten), Jasmine Ball (Cologne), Manuela Zinsberger (Arsenal)
defenseSelina Degen (Cologne), Marina Georgieva (Sand), Verina Hanshaw (Eintracht Frankfurt), Katharina Nachenweing (Hoffenheim), Katharina Schechtel (Werder Bremen), Victoria Schnaerbeck (Tottenham Hotspur), Karina Weininger (AS Roma, on loan from Bayern) Munich). ), Laura Weinrother (Arsenal)
MidlineBarbara Dunst (Eintracht Frankfurt), Jasmine Eder (St. Pölten), Laura Versinger (Eintracht Frankfurt), Julia Heckelsberger-Füller (Hoffenheim), Marie-Therese Hoppinger (Zurich), Maria Plattner (Turbin Potsdam), Sarah Bontegam (Cologne) Sarah Zadrazil (Bayern Munich)
attacks: Nicole Bella (Hoffenheim), Stephanie Enzinger (St. Polten), Lisa Kolb (Freiburg), Lisa Mackas (Austria Vienna)
Who is the coach of Austria?
Erin Foreman. The 41-year-old started 2020 as an assistant coach, but was subsequently promoted. The former midfielder played 22 caps for Austria.
Who is the captain of Austria?
Victoria Schneanderbeck. She played her first international match at the age of 16 and in 2013 she captained Austria for the first time. Vicki is not only one of the most famous footballers in her country, she thinks outside the box too. The midfielder has a bachelor’s degree in sports management and a master’s degree in business psychology.
My favorite moment in EURO
Finals 2017. The stadiums were full, the level was very high and some underdogs were making waves.
what are you smiling about
Austria captain Victoria Schnaerbeck has lived in London since 2018 and was loaned to Tottenham from Arsenal last season. The final takes place on July 31 in their neighborhood roughly: “I can see Wembley from my living room.”
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