Anna Moorhouse receives her first Lionesses call-up

Orlando Pride's Anna Moorhouse gets first England call-up
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An England squad update has been issued as they arrive in the Netherlands today for a training camp ahead of important UEFA EURO 2025 qualifiers.

Orlando Pride’s 6′ 1” goalkeeper Anna Moorhouse will join the squad back at St. George’s Park in a week’s time, after completing club commitments in the States.

The 29-year-old had spells with Everton, Durham, Doncaster Rovers Belles, Arsenal, West Ham and then Bordeaux before heading to the US.
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Mary Earps and Niamh Charles will travel to continue their rehab to full fitness within the England set-up, while Kayla Rendell, Lotte Wubben-Moy and Lauren James remain at their respective clubs to recover from injury.

Georgia Stanway will link up with the Lionesses later, due to Bayern Munich’s pre-season preparations already being underway.

There is a behind-closed-doors match with the Netherlands on Thursday 4 July, as part of the five-day camp of 25 players, in preparation for Euro qualifiers against Ireland and Sweden.

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