• Thursday Jul 10, 2014

    Guatemala women to resume training July 15

    Host Guatemala (pictured) acknowledges the crowd after defeating Honduras 3-2 on May 22, 2014, in a Central American Women's World Cup qualifier at the Estadio Mateo Flores in Guatemala City.

    GUATEAMALA City, Guatemala – The Guatemala women’s national team will return to training next week, the Federación Nacional de Fútbol de Guatemala announced Thursday.

    Head coach Benjamin Monterroso has called in 33 players for camps that will run July 15-16 and July 21-23.

    Guatemala is preparing for the 2014 CONCACAF Women’s Championship, which will be played later in the year with a spots at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup at stake.  The Chapinas secured a berth in the Confederation event after topping the Group I table in May’s Central American qualifying competition with a perfect 3-0-0 record.

    The roster is highlighted by the inclusion of Diana Barrera (3 goals) and Maria Monterroso (2 goals), who have combined to score five of Guatemala’s nine qualifying goals


    (Training camps: July 15-16 & July 21-23, 2014)

    Gloria Aguilar, Daniela Andrade Dougherty, Alida Maribel Argueta, Diana Barrera, Jennifer Barrios, Londy Waleska Barrios Castañeda, Marcela Johana Barrera Garcia, Karen Belteton, Mayari Caterin Cartagena, Kimberly Carolina De Leon Giron, Mia Espino, Sara Fetzer, Yoselin Franco, Angie Hidalgo, Susie Karley Jimenez Sazo, Cinthya Gabriela Lopez Soto, Katherine Mishell  Lopez Zamora, Kimberly Estefhanie Lopez Flores, Vilma Raquel Lopez De Paz, Ana Lucia Martinez, Kellyn Yubitza Mayen, Coralia  Monterroso, Dennisse Monterroso, Maria  Monterroso, Yoselin Morataya Paredes, Idania Perez, Alicia Navas, Andrea Rabanales, Katherine Smiley Ramos Carpio, Christian Recinos, Marilyn Gabriela Rivera Padilla, Mariana Rodríguez, Natalie Schaps, Aisha Solorzano

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