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Three Seattle Reign FC players called up for the 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup

Alana Cook, Jordyn Huitema, and Quinn will play in the inaugural CONCACAF W Gold Cup tournament later this month.

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Seattle Reign FC defender Alana Cook takes a selfie with fans after a match.
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The 2024 CONCACAF W Gold Cup kicks off in a couple of weeks and Seattle Reign FC will have three players in the tournament. Alana Cook (USA), Jordyn Huitema (Canada), and Quinn (Canada) have been called up by their respective national teams to take part in the tournament, which begins on Tuesday, February 20 and sees a champion crowned on Sunday, March 10. Broadcast details for the tournament are still to be announced.

Eight teams from CONCACAF and four from CONMEBOL make up the field for the first iteration of this tournament, which is effectively a Women's CONCACAF Nations League competition, with matches held across four stadiums: Snapdragon Stadium (San Diego), Dignity Health Sports Park (Carson, CA), BMO Stadium (Los Angeles), and Shell Energy Stadium (Houston).

Cook called up for the United States

United States interim coach Twila Kilgore called up Cook for the tournament, which sees the United States in group A with Mexico, Argentina, and the winner of the Guyana vs. Dominican Republic qualification match. The United States begin their CONCACAF campaign on Tuesday, February 20 against either Guyana or the Dominican Republic.

UPDATE: On February 13, U.S. Soccer announced that Cook was being replaced by Becky Sauerbrunn due to a "minor knee injury" suffered during preseason training with the Reign. Cook traveled with the Reign to Costa Rica but didn't feature in the club's friendly against the Costa Rica women's national team.

GK Jane Campbell / Houston Dash
GK Casey Murphy / North Carolina Courage
GK Alyssa Naeher / Chicago Red Stars
D Alana Cook / Seattle Reign FC
D Abby Dahlkemper / San Diego Wave FC
D Tierna Davidson / Gotham FC
D Crystal Dunn / Gotham FC
D Emily Fox / Arsenal FC
D Naomi Girma / San Diego Wave FC
D Casey Krueger / Washington Spirit
D Jenna Nighswonger / Gotham FC
M Korbin Albert / Paris Saint-Germain
M Sam Coffey / Portland Thorns FC
M Lindsey Horan / Olympique Lyonnais
M Rose Lavelle / Gotham FC
M Olivia Moultrie / Portland Thorns FC
M Emily Sonnett / Gotham FC
F Mia Fishel / Chelsea FC
F Midge Purce / Gotham FC
F Trinity Rodman / Washington Spirit
F Jaedyn Shaw / San Diego Wave FC
F Sophia Smith / Portland Thorns FC
F Lynn Williams / Gotham FC

Huitema and Quinn called up for Canada

Canada begins their CONCACAF campaign in Group C, with Costa Rica, Paraguay and the winner of the El Salvador vs. Guatemala qualification match. The first match for Bev Priestman's squad will be on Thursday, February 22 at Shell Energy Stadium in Houston, against either El Salvador or Guatemala.

GK Sabrina D’Angelo / Arsenal FC ​
​GK Lysianne Proulx / Melbourne City FC ​
​GK Kailen Sheridan / San Diego Wave FC ​
​D Kadeisha Buchanan / Chelsea FC ​
​D Vanessa Gilles / Olympique Lyonnais ​
​D Jade Rose / Harvard University ​
​D Shelina Zadorsky / West Ham United FC ​
​D Sydney Collins / NC Courage ​
​D Gabrielle Carle / Washington Spirit ​
​D Ashley Lawrence / Chelsea FC ​
​D Jayde Riviere / Manchester United FC ​
​M Simi Awujo / University of Southern California ​
​M Jessie Fleming / Portland Thorns ​
​M Julia Grosso / Juventus FC ​
​M Quinn / Seattle Reign FC ​
​M/F Olivia Smith / Sporting CP ​
​F- Jordyn Huitema / Seattle Reign FC ​ ​
​F Cloé Lacasse / Arsenal FC ​
​F Clarissa Larisey / BK Häcken FF ​
​F Adriana Leon / Aston Villa FC ​
​F Nichelle Prince / Kansas City Current ​
​F Deanne Rose / Leicester City FC ​
​F Evelyne Viens / AS Roma

Seattle Reign FC will kick off their 2024 NWSL season on Sunday, March 17, hosting Washington Spirit with a 3 PM PT kickoff.

Best of luck to the Reign's trio heading off to the CONCACAF W Gold Cup!