Mexican under 20 team is armed for the World Cup with players from the local League

Photo: Alejandra Suarez / Imago7

The U20 women’s team of Mexico that is getting ready to play in Costa Rica the tenth edition of the World Cup of the categorywill have 17 soccer players who play in the local League, three who play in clubs in the United States, and one more who does not have a team.

Ana Galindo, new coach of the sub’20 team, summoned 21 players this Tuesdayamong which the midfielder of América Natalia Mauleón and the defender of Tigres Jana Gutiérrez stand out for their experience.

Mexico in Group B

The U20 Women’s World Cup will be played by ten countries in the cities of Alajuela and San José from August 10 to 28.

Mexico’s under-20 team was paired in Group B along with Germany, Colombia and New Zealand.

The debut of the Mexicans will take place on August 10 with the New Zealanders.

The trainer Galindo, who had been directing the U17 team, replaced Maribel Domínguezwho was removed from office after a disciplinary investigation by the Federation (FMF).

List of summoned by Mexico for the U20 World Cup

Goalkeepers: Celeste Espino (Guadalajara), Paola Manrique (Pachuca) and Natalia Acuña (Tijuana).

Defenses: Daniela Monroy (Cruz Azul), Kimberly Guzmán (Guadalajara), Fernanda Canseco (Pachuca), Samantha López (Pumas), Alexxandra Ramírez (Santos Laguna), Jana Gutiérrez (Tigres) and Carol Cazares (without team).

Midfielders: Natalia Mauleón (America), Anette Vázquez (Guadalajara), Blanky Serrano and Alice Soto (Pachuca), Bridgette Marín (PSV Union FC-USA), Paola Chavero (Pumas), Daniela Delgado (Santos Laguna), Isabella Gutiérrez (East Carolina University-USA) and Maritza Maldonado (Querétaro).

Forwards: Alexia Villanueva (Santos Laguna) and América Frías (Bay Area Surf-USA).

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