Sweden – the squad for the WCh in Japan

photo: Filip Viranovski
Sweden – the squad for the WCh in Japan

Headcoach of the Swedish national team, Henrik Signell has announced his squad of 18 players (two reserves). The good news for Sweden is the Isabelle Gullden is back after maternity leave. Johanna Westberg is still out due to the same reasons, and some new faces will make their debut at the WCh. Jesicca Ryde, Martine Thörn, Melissa Petrén, and Emma Lindquist will play their first championship. Johanna Bundsen is pregnant.

Filippa Idéhn (Silkeborg-Voel KFUM)
Jessica Ryde (Herning-Ikast Håndbold)
Martina Thörn (Aarhus United)

Olivia Mellegård (København Håndbold)
Marie Wall (København Håndbold)

Jamina Roberts (Randers HK)
Mikaela Måassing (Thüringer HC)
Sabina Jacobsen (CSKA Moscow)

Isabelle Gulldén (Brest Bretagne Handball)
Carin Strömberg (Viborg HK)
Melissa Petrén – (HH Elite)

Hanna Blomstrand (København Håndbold)
Emma Lindqvist (H65 Höör)

Nathalie Hagman (Odense Håndbold)
Mathilda Lundström (Skuru IK)

Linn Blohm (København Håndbold)
Anna Lagerquist (Nykøbing Falster Håndboldklub)
Johanna Forsberg (IK Sävehof)

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