The Liga Iberdrola’s continued growth is reflected in the fact that 14 of the 16 clubs in the top division last season will have repesentatives at the Women’s World Cup in France.
An unprecedented 45 Liga Iberdrola players have been called up by 12 different national teams: Spain (20), France (1), England (1), Netherlands (3), Italy (1), Argentina (5), Brazil (4), Australia (1), Chile (6), South Africa (1), Nigeria (1) and Cameroon (2).
FC Barcelona lead the way with 15 players on duty with Lieke Martens and Asisat Oshoala going as leading lights in their national squads, Netherlands and Nigeria respectively, while unsurprisngly Spain is the country best represented from the Liga Iberdrola with 20 players.
- FC Barcelona (15): Sandra Paños (Spain), Van der Gragt (Netherlands), Mapi (Spain), Torrejón (Spain), Leila (Spain), Andrea Pereira (Spain), Vicky Losada (Spain), Mariona Caldentey (Spain), Alexia Putellas (Spain), Patri Guijarro (Spain), Aitana (Spain), Andressa Alves (Brazil), Toni Duggan (England), Oshoala (Nigeria), Martens (Netherlands).
- At. Madrid Femenino (7): Lola Gallardo (Spain), Tounkara (France), Amanda Sampedro (Spain), Silvia Meseguer (Spain), Andrea Falcón (Spain), Ludmila (Brazil), Jenni Hermoso (Spain), Elena Linari (Italy).
- Levante UD (4): Ivana (Spain), Aivi (Australia), Estefanía Banini (Argentina), Marta Corredera (Spain).
- Rayo Vallecano (3): Camila Sáez (Chile), Yael Oviedo (Argentina), Carla Guerrero (Chile)
- Sevilla FC (3): Aldana Cometti (Argentina), Francisca Lara (Chile), Karen Araya (Chile)
- Sporting Huelva (2): Flor Bonsegundo (Argentina), Raquel Fernandes (Brazil)
- UD Granadilla Tenerife Egatesa (2): Aline Reis (Brazil), Raissa Feudjio (Cameroon)
- Málaga CF (2): Gaelle Deborah Enganamouit (Cameroon), Ode Fulutudilu (South Africa)
- Real Sociedad (1): Sun Quiñones (Spain), Nahikari (Spain)
- Athletic Club (1): Lucía García (Spain)
- EDF Logroño (1): Vanesa Santana (Argentina)
- Madrid CFF (1): Agus Barroso (Argentina)
- R. Betis (1): Van Dongen (Netherlands)
- VCF Femenino (1): Yanara Aedo (Chile)
*According the 2018/19 Liga Iberdrola squads