The ESFA have concluded their search for this season’s most talented schools’ footballers to represent their country in the U-15 Girls’ squad in the 2018-2019 season.
The selectors chose the final 18 players following the final national trials held on Sunday 9th December.
Trialists from the North, Midlands, South East and South West of England came together at Stafford Town FC’s Evans Park for their final opportunity to earn a place in the 2018-19 U-15 Schoolgirls England squad last weekend.
The girls, who were first nominated for trials by their own counties, had been whittled down to four regional squads who played against each other and those successful players will now have the opportunity to represent England in the forthcoming girls’ international programme.
The U-15 England Schoolgirls squad
|Amelie Darey||Surrey||South East|
|Elizabeth Way||Norfolk||South East|
|Saffron O’Brien||Gloucestershire||South West|
|Emily Wilson-White||Dorset||South West|
|Brooke Aspin||Somerset||South West|
|Talia Sanders||Oxfordshire||South West|
|Georgia Jenkins||Hampshire||South West|
|Ellie-May Bell||Somerset||South West|
|Megan Harper||Berkshire||South West|
|Emily Edwards||Somerset||South West|
The chosen squad will now go on to represent England playing against their UK counterparts in the 2019 SAFIB Bob Docherty Cup in Salou, Spain, in April 2019. The girls will also enjoy a week of warm weather training in February, courtesy of inspiresport.