Draw a 2 friendly with Denmark in preparation for the European Cup

Ciudad del Fútbol 29 Jun 2013
Two goals from Veronica Boquete have allowed the female Spanish team is tied at two with Denmark in friendly played in the Scandinavian country

The team led by Ignacio Quereda dominated the first half, the result of which went to descando with 0-1 on the scoreboard, both Veronica Boquete in the 23rd minute.

In the second half things were equal. The Danes tied the game thanks to a penalty might even be ahead.

But again appeared Boquete to make it 2-2 at the 63 minute final.

To prepare European refocuses team from July 2. To that quote has already been given the list of players called, that is:
 

ATHLETIC CLUB:                                   Ainhoa Tirapu de Goñi
Elisabeth Ibarra Rabancho 
Leire Landa Iroz
Irene Paredes Hernández
Erika Vázquez Morales
C ATLÉTICO DE MADRID FEMINAS:      Nagore Calderón Rodríguez,
Dolores Gallardo Núñez “Lola”,
Amanda Sampedro Bustos
Priscila Borja Moreno
FC BARCELONA: 
 
Sonia Bermúdez Tribano,
Miriam Diéguez de Oña,
Melisa Nicolau Martín,
Virginia Torrecilla Reyes
Mª Victoria Losada Gómez “Vicky”
Alexia Putellas Segura
 
RCD ESPANYOL DE BARCELONA SAD:   María José Pons Gómez,
Marta Torrejón Moyá,
Silvia Meseguer Bellido
Sandra Vilanova Tous
RCD ESPANYOL DE BARCELONA SAD: 
 
María José Pons Gómez,
Marta Torrejón Moyá,
Silvia Meseguer Bellido
y  Sandra Vilanova Tous
 
LEVANTE UD SAD:                                       Ruth García García
TYRESÖ FF (SUECIA):                              Verónica Boquete Giadans
y Jennifer Hermoso Fuentes
NEW  YORK:                                  Adriana Martin Santamaría

The Women's National squad (10 to July 28), after 16 years of absence. In his only and last appearance, in 1997, took the bronze medal, with Ignacio Quereda on the bench.

Spain is in Group C and will debut on July 12 against England, reigning European silver medalist in Linköping. France will be his second opponent, with that face on July 15 in Norrkoping. And qualifying closed on July 18 also in Norrkoping to Russia:

Group A:

Sweden, Italy, Denmark and Finland (headquarters of Gothenburg and Halmstad)

Group B:

Germany, Norway, Holland and Iceland (headquarters of Vaxjo and Kalmar)

Group C:

France, England, Russia and Spain (headquarters of Norrkoping and Linkoping)

The top two from each group and the two best third achieved their place in the quarterfinals. The first two meetings will be held on July 21 in Halmstad and Vaxjo, and the other two in Kalmar and Linkoping tomorrow.

The semifinals will be held on July 24 in Gothenburg and Norrkoping next day. The final will be on Sunday July 28 at the new Friends Arena in Solna located near Stockholm.