Woman U18

Goalkeepers NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
1 Anna Alpatova 07.07.2002 169 62
17 Daria Gredzen 23.03.2004
18 Eva Gubareva 30.04.2002
24 Yekaterina Lazurenko 05.07.2002
Defensemen NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
8 05.03.2001 157 67
10 Sofya Sycheva 27.03.2001 160 59
12 Alena Shmikova 04.03.2002 156 59
13 Karina Ahmetova 01.05.2003 167 61
20 Irina Zhigulina 29.08.2002
21 Daria Kovalenko 06.09.2003
22 Aleksandra Kokorina 03.04.2001
27 Anastasiya Petina 02.08.2002
29 Angelina Mahmutova 02.08.2004
Forwards NAME BIRTH DATE HEIGHT WEIGHT
2 Varvara Boriskova 30.06.2002 160 53
3 Veronika Korzhakova 09.06.2003 155 47
4 Polina Luchnikova 30.01.2002 168 69
5 Ilona Markova 18.01.2002 166 55
7 Elena Mezentseva 14.03.2001 164 57
9 Alina Narudinova 26.10.2001 165 63
11 Elizaveta Shkaleva 22.10.2002 162 48
14 Viktoria Butorina 02.02.2003
15 Nadezhda Volf 24.01.2001 174 65
16 Kristina Gluhareva 25.08.2003
19 Valeriya Drindina 29.06.2002
23 Aleksandra Lidskaya 07.01.2003
25 Sofiya Lifatova 27.03.2003
26 Anastasiya Neshlyaeva 24.01.2001
28 Polina Tarasova 03.12.2002


Game schedule


Date Tournament Game
23.08.2018 13:00 Four nations cup
Woman U18
Switzerland
0:4
Women U18
24.08.2018 14:00 Four nations cup
Woman U18
Germany
0:1
Women U18
25.08.2018 11:00 Four nations cup
Woman U18
Women U18
2:1
Sweden

About

Women U18

Created in 2006, the under 18 Russian women's national team won the 2011 World Championship First Division title at home. At the 2015 World Championship, Russia WU18 earned a bronze medal. The team competes in the strongest World Championship division, while one of the Four Nations tournaments takes place in Russia every year. The country's most talented young female players represent the team. Head coach - Evgeny Bobariko.

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