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    Roma call-ups for 2023 Women's World Cup

    Thirteen Giallorosse players are set to be involved at the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup.

    The tournament is taking place in Australia and New Zealand from 20 July to 20 August.

    Roma are the Italian team with the most players called up for the showpiece event – and are contributing over a third of Milena Bertolini's Azzurre squad.

    Several of the Giallorosse players are World Cup veterans, with Norway's Emilie Haavi and Japan captain Saki Kumagai both expected to appear at their fourth tournament.

    Kumagai is one of ten Japan players who have won the competition before – and could become the first World Cup winner to play in Serie A when the new season begins.

    Eseosa Aigbogun featured for Switzerland at Canada 2015, scoring her country's first ever World Cup goal.

    Meanwhile Elisa Bartoli, Valentina Giacinti, Manuela Giugliano, Elena Linari and Annamaria Serturini will be representing Italy for the second consecutive tournament after helping the Azzurre reach the quarter-finals at France 2019.

    Though no longer a Giallorosse player, Andressa Alves has returned to the Brazil fold thanks to an impressive 2022-23 campaign with Roma.

    Haavi and Haug (Norway/Group A)

    New Zealand v Norway – 20 July, 9:00
    Switzerland v Norway – 25 July, 10:00
    Norway v Philippines – 30 July, 9:00

    Aigbogun (Switzerland/Group A)

    Philippines v Switzerland – 21 July, 7:00
    Switzerland v Norway – 25 July, 10:00
    Switzerland v New Zealand – 30 July, 9:00

    Kumagai and Minami (Japan/Group C)

    Zambia v Japan – 22 July, 9:00
    Japan v Costa Rica – 26 July, 7:00
    Japan v Spain – 31 July, 9:00

    Bartoli, Di Guglielmo, Giacinti, Giugliano, Glionna, Greggi, Linari and Serturini (Italy/Group G)

    Italy v Argentina – 24 July, 8:00
    Sweden v Italy – 29 July, 9:30
     South Africa v Italy – 2 August, 9:00

    *All times are CEST