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England name squad for Wembley date
 Women's Football News 13 Nov 2014
Mark Sampson has selected his 23-player squad for England's historic match against Germany at Wembley Stadium connected by EE next week. 
Karen Carney is in line to make her 100th international appearance. The Birmingham City captain made her England debut against Italy in 2005 and has scored 23 times for the Lionesses.
Eight of the Team GB side that beat Brazil at Wembley in the London Olympics feature in the squad including captain Steph Houghton, who scored Team GB's goal in the 1-0 win.
England take on the European Champions on Sunday 23rd November (3pm KO) and the match is live on BBC Two, with coverage starting at 2.45pm. The match will be played in front of a crowd of 55,000 - a record attendance for an England Women's game.
Mark Sampson said: "To play Germany at Wembley Stadium is a special moment for not only the team but the women's game in England. So many people have worked incredibly hard in recent times and over the years to grow the women's game in this country and the match on 23 November will be a real showcase to the football world that England is a proud women's football nation.
"I speak on behalf of the players when I thank every supporter for their backing, it's incredible to have 55,000 fans at Wembley cheering on the England women's team. We face a big challenge against a great opponent but I know this team will give their all to make all our supporters proud.
"Karen is a great person and incredible football talent, in my eyes one of the best in the world. It will be a great moment if she can take the field to win her 100th cap. The team are very proud to have Karen as a team mate."
The match forms part of England's preparation for next summer's FIFA Women's World Cup which takes place in Canada. England qualified for the tournament with a perfect record of ten wins out of ten.
England squad: 
 Karen BARDSLEY   Manchester City   39   0 
 Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN   Arsenal   31   0 
 Carly TELFORD   Notts County   4   0 
 Laura BASSETT   Chelsea   42   2 
 Lucy BRONZE   Liverpool   15   2 
 Alex GREENWOOD   Everton   5   1 
 Steph HOUGHTON   Manchester City   50   7 
 Claire RAFFERTY   Chelsea   7   0 
 Alex SCOTT   Arsenal   116   12 
 Demi STOKES   University of Florida   9   1 
 Karen CARNEY   Birmingham City   99   23 
 Jade MOORE   Birmingham City   12   1 
 Jordan NOBBS   Arsenal   15   3 
 Jo POTTER   Birmingham City   13   2 
 Jill SCOTT   Manchester City   85   13 
 Fara WILLIAMS   Liverpool   132   37 
 Eniola ALUKO   Chelsea   85   30 
 Jess CLARKE   Notts County   46   10 
 Toni DUGGAN   Manchester City   23   14 
 Francesca KIRBY   Reading FC Women   2   1 
 Lianne SANDERSON   Boston Breakers   40   13 
 Kelly SMITH   Arsenal   117   46 
 Jodie TAYLOR   Washington Spirit   2   0 

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