• Friday Jul 11, 2014

    Mexico women open training camp

    Alina Garciamendez (pictured) was of 21 players called into the Mexico women's national team training camp, July 10-20, 2014. (Photo: FIFA via Getty Images)

    MEXICO CITY -- The Mexico women's national team convened at the Mexico Football Federation’s High Performance Center on Thursday evening for a camp that will last through July 20. 

    The squad is preparing for the 2014 CONCACAF Women's Championship, which will determine the Confederation’s representatives at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.

    Head coach Leonardo Cuellar’s training schedule for the 21 invited players calls for 13 morning and evening workouts, two friendly matches and recovery treatments.

    Mexico has qualified for two of the six all-time Women’s World Cups.


    (Training Camp: July 10-20, 2014)

    GOALKEEPERS: Esthefanny Barreras, Brissa Rangel

    DEFENDERS: Monica Alvarado, Zamara Casamayor, Guadalupe Cruzaley, Alina Garciamendez, Anisa Guajardo, Amber Hernandez, Nahomi Martinez, Valeria Miranda

    MIDFIELDERS: Larissa Campo, Crystal Cisneros, Erika Garcia, Lucero Lara, Stephany Mayor, Liliana Mercado, Nayeli Rangel

    FORWARDS: Jackie Acevedo, Lizbeth Angeles, Renae Cuellar, Jazmin Ponce

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