Ji So-yeon and Park Eun-sun will compete in the Women’s World Cup…16-year-old mixed-race Casey Fair joins in

Women’s soccer ace Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC), veteran Park Eun-sun (Seoul City Hall), and mixed-race player Casey Fair (PDA) will compete in the 메이저놀이터추천 2023 FIFA (Korea Football Association) Australia and New Zealand Women’s World Cup, which will open on the 20th.

The Korea Football Association announced the final 23 entries and two preliminary lists for the Women’s World Cup on the 5th.

Major members such as Ji So-yeon, Park Eun-sun, Cho So-hyun (Tottenham), and Lee Geum-min (Brighton) were named. Lee Min-ah and Jang Chang (hereinafter Incheon Hyundai Steel) failed to go to Australia due to injuries. Earlier, the national team convened at Paju NFC (National Training Center) on the 18th of last month and continued high-intensity training in the heat and rainy season. Six of the 31 were excluded from the list after training on the 4th.

Casey Fair, born in June 2007, became the youngest Korean male and female soccer team player to participate in the World Cup. The youngest record was held by Park Eun-sun, who was 16 years and 9 months old during the 2003 U.S. World Cup. Casey Fair, who has an American father and a Korean mother, was called up to the Korean U-17 national team in April and played five goals in two matches.

Lee Eun-young (Korea University) and Ko Yu-na (Hwacheon KSPO) will accompany Australia as prospective members. According to the rules of the competition, if an injured player comes out, he can be replaced 24 hours before the team’s first game.

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