Scotland Women’s squad announced for Pinatar Cup

Jamie-Lee Napier of London City Lionesses
Jamie-Lee Napier could win her first cap for Scotland. (Photo by Alex Davidson/Getty Images)

Pedro Martinez Losa has named his first squad of 2023 as the Scotland begin preparations for the forthcoming UEFA Nations League at the Pinatar Cup.

The 25-strong group will fly to the team’s base camp at La Finca, where they will prepare to face Iceland, Philippines and Wales in the tournament, reports

Lisa Evans, Christy Grimshaw and Emma Mukandi return after missing the last squad, while Jamie-Lee Napier will be hoping to earn her first senior cap having been involved with the senior squad previously.

Scotland squad:

Chloe Arthur – Crystal Palace
Fiona Brown – FC Rosengård
Jenna Clark – Glasgow City
Kelly Clark – Celtic
Rachel Corsie – Aston Villa
Eartha Cumings – Liverpool
Erin Cuthbert – Chelsea
Lauren Davidson – Glasgow City
Nicola Docherty – Rangers
Claire Emslie – Angel City
Lisa Evans – West Ham United
Jenna Fife – Rangers
Lee Gibson – Glasgow City
Christy Grimshaw – AC Milan
Kirsty Hanson – Aston Villa*
Abi Harrison – Bristol City
Brogan Hay – Rangers
Sophie Howard – Leicester City
Jamie-Lee Napier – London City Lionesses
Sam Kerr – Rangers
Emma Mukandi – Reading
Christie Murray – Birmingham
Kirsty Smith – West Ham United
Martha Thomas – Manchester United
Caroline Weir – Real Madrid

* on loan from Manchester United


15 February: Iceland v Scotland, Wales v Philippines

18 February: Scotland v Philippines, Iceland v Wales

21 February: Scotland v Wales, Philippines v Iceland

All at Pinatar Arena – KO 2PM UK time

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