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Thirteen Chelsea players advance to the knockout stage of the Women’s World Cup in Australia.
- Updated: August 4, 2023
The group stage has concluded, and 13 members of the Chelsea squad will be participating in the next phase, which begins on Saturday.
Earlier today, Germany, represented by our German trio of Melanie Leupolz, Ann-Katrin Berger, and Sjoeke Nusken, drew with South Korea, resulting in their elimination from the tournament. Consequently, they will be returning home along with our three Canadian Blues, Jessie Fleming, Kadeisha Buchanan, and Ashley Lawrence.
Out of the 19 Chelsea players who were initially called up to represent nine different nations in the tournament’s starting stages last month, 13 will now be part of the remaining 16 teams competing for the title of world champions.