Women's February International Guide

By SFC Media time Fri 11 Feb International
Photo by Charles McQuillan | Laura Rafferty

Five Southampton FC Women players are in contention for international action this month, including a return to the Northern Ireland squad for Laura Rafferty.

Rafferty has been selected for the Green and White Army ahead of their trip to Spain at the end of the month.

Their tour will include games against Faroe Irelands (17th February - 15:00 GMT), Switzerland (20th February - 11:00 GMT) and Romania (23rd February - 11:00), all taking place at the Marbella Football Centre.

Fellow Northern Ireland international Ciara Watling has been selected as standby.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JULY 30: Lucia Kendall of England during a Women's U19's friendly match between England and Czech Republic at New Bucks Head Stadium on July 30, 2021 in Telford, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
Lucia Kendall in action for England

There have also been call-ups for England's Lionesses for a couple of Saints youngsters.

Lucia Kendall has been selected for England Women's Professional Development Phase, who will meet up on Sunday 13th February before also embarking on a tour in Spain.

The side will have fixtures against Germany U19s (19th February) and Switzerland U19s (22nd February) plus one other during the Marbella International Tournament in Estepona.

There is also a Lionesses spot for young defender Megan Collett this month for England Under-17s.

The Under-17s will have two fixtures against Norway U17s at St George's Park, between the dates of 17th and 23rd February.

TELFORD, ENGLAND - JULY 30: England line up during a Women's U19's friendly match between England and Czech Republic at New Bucks Head Stadium on July 30, 2021 in Telford, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling - The FA/The FA via Getty Images)
Lucia Kendall lines up for England U19s

Finally there's a further standby position for Wales International Alice Griffiths.

Marieanne Spacey-Cale's summer signing is currently on standby for the Wales Senior side ahead of their participation in the Pinatar Cup between 13th and 22nd February.

The club wishes all of the players mentioned well for the latest wave of internationals.

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