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Scotland Squad Announced for Women's Under-19 European Championships

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Scotland Woman's Under 19 head coach Pauline Hammil has officially announced her squad for the UEFA Women's Under 19 European Championships this month.
 
Hammil's side go into the competition as tournament hosts and will begin their campaign on Tuesday 16th July against France at St. Mirren Park at 7:30pm. The Scots will then Face Norway at Firhill Stadium on Friday 19th before rounding of their group stage games against the Netherlands at St Mirren Park on Monday 22nd.
 
The final of the tournament will be played at St Mirren Park on the 28th July.
 
The full squad is as follows:
 
 
Sophie Allison - Glasgow City
 
Emily Mutch - Heart of Midlothian
 
Rachel Brown - Leicester City
 
Jenna Clark - Glasgow City
 
Rachel Conner - University of Stirling
 
Carly Girasoli - Glasgow City
 
Michaela McAlonie - Spartans
 
Robyn McCafferty - Spartans
 
Charlotte Newsham - Manchester United
 
Abby Callaghan - Motherwell
 
Kirstie McIntosh - Hamilton Academical
 
Amy Muir - Unattached
 
Rebecca McGowan - St Johnstone
 
Jamie-Lee Napier - Hibernian
 
Jennifer Smith - Heart of Midlothian
 
Emma Craig - Celtic
 
Lauren Davidson - Hibernian
 
Laura McCartney - Rangers
 
Kathleen McGovern - Celtic
 
Kirsty Morrison - Hibernian
 
 
Hammil said, ahead of the tournament, “We are all really looking forward to the Euros starting in just two weeks time.

“Preparations have gone well and we’ve got a young group of players desperate to do well on the big stage. We’re in a tough group but it’s a challenge I know the players will relish.

“Women’s football is thriving in Scotland and we want to be a part of that buzz this summer. The players can’t wait to play in front of a loud home crowd and hopefully the country gets behind us, like they did for the ‘A’ squad’s World Cup debut in France.

“Over the course of July we want to continue to help inspire the next generation and also provide a platform for these young players to take the next step in their careers and continue to progress."
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