OFFICIAL | Training camp in Las Rozas and Murcia to get set for the World Cup

Ciudad del Fútbol 12 Mayo 2015
The Spanish Women's National Team, under the direction of Ignacio Quereda, will be on duty starting May 20th to June 4th in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas, first, and later in Murcia to prepare the World Championship in Canada
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Ignacio Quereda, Women's National squad manager, announced on Monday the  23 players who will represent for the first time in history, the Spanish team in a Women's World Cup. 

This key tournament will take place from June 6th to July 5th 2015. The first chapter will take place from May 20th to June 4th and the players will carry out training sessions from May 20th to June 4th, first in the Ciudad del Fútbol of Las Rozas and later in Murcia. 

Women's National Team Agenda for the Canada 2015 World Cup

Our internationals will be on duty in Madrid, starting Wednesday 20th May, at 9:30am, at the Gran Hotel Las Rozas, where they will be staying. 
From Sunday 24th May until June 2nd they look to train in Murcia. 

The Women's National Team will travel to Montreal (Canada) on Friday 5th June, from Terminal 2 in Madrid-Barajas' Adolfo Suárez Airport and will play its first match in Montreal against Costa Rica on June 9th 2015. 

On June 13th, the squad led by Quereda will play its second match against Brazil, once again in Montreal. The following day, on Sunday 14th June, they look to travel to Ottawa where the final group stage match will be held on the 17th against South Kore. The first two to qualify in each group, as well as the top four third places, will access the knock out stages of the World Cup.