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Six Reign players called up by national teams

The Reign will still be involved in this window's USWNT games, but on the opposite side.

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Seattle Reign midfielder Ji So-yun signs autographs for South Korea fans after a game.
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While the NWSL takes a two-week hiatus for an international window, six Seattle Reign players will report to their respective national teams for matches.


Defender Lily Woodham and Midfielders Jess Fishlock and Angharad James-Turner will continue their UEFA Euros Qualifying journey as they take on Ukraine in two group-stage games on May 31 and June 4. Wales currently leads group B4 after two of six group-stage matches. All three players have been deeply involved in Cymru’s scoring success so far this year, collectively tallying five goals. Fishlock, who recently celebrated her 150th cap, has contributed three assists. 

South Korea 

Midfielder Ji So-Yun will remain stateside as she and the South Korean National Team will play two friendlies against the USWNT on June 1 and June 4. Ji has started 4 games and scored two goals for her country in 2024. She appeared in both matches in 2021 when Korea Republic last faced the US, drawing the first and losing the second.


Forward Jordyn Huitema took the pitch for the Reign on Saturday for the first time since sustaining a back injury in the SheBelieves Cup final in April. She will return to the Canadian national team for their Olympic send-off series against Mexico on June 1 in Montreal and June 4 in Toronto. Midfielder Quinn was not called up as they recover from a knee injury suffered during the Reign’s 1-0 loss at North Carolina on April 27th.

USA U-20 

Fresh off her first professional goal, forward Emeri Adames will travel to Carson, California with the US U-20 Youth National Team. They will face the Korea Republic U-20 team as both sides prepare for the 2024 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup, which will take place in Colombia later this year. The friendlies with Korea will be played on May 31st and June 3rd and are free and open to the public. 

Broadcast schedule 

(all times Pacific; some broadcasts may be geoblocked.)

Friday, May 31

11:15 am - Wales vs. Ukraine 
Parc-Y-Scarlets, Llanelli, Wales
Broadcast: BBC One Wales, BBC iPlayer

3:00 pm - USA U-20 vs. Korea Republic U-20
Dignity Health Sports Park Track & Field Stadium, Carson, CA
Broadcast: TBD

June 1

11:00 am - Canada vs. Mexico
Stade Saputo, Montreal
Broadcast: OneSoccer Canada

2:00 pm - USA vs. Korea Republic
Dicks Sporting Goods Park, Commerce, CO
Broadcast: TNT, Universo, Max, Peacock

June 3

3:00 pm - USA U-20 vs. Korea Republic U-20
Dignity Health Sports Park Track & Field Stadium, Carson, CA
Broadcast: TBD

June 4

11:00 am - Ukraine vs. Wales
Rodan-Groklin Stadium, Grodzisk Wielkopolski, Poland
Broadcast: BBC One Wales

4:30 pm - Canada vs. Mexico
BMO Field, Toronto
Broadcast: FS2

5:00 pm - USA vs. Korea Republic
Allianz Field, St. Paul, Minnesota
Broadcast: TruTV, Universo, Max, Peacock