McLaughlin called up to Ireland squad for Euro qualifiers

Erin McLaughlin

Erin McLaughlin has been added to the Ireland Women’s National Team squad.

The Peamount United midfielder who has three WNT caps – joined the squad for training at the FAI National Training Centre on Wednesday morning.

McLaughlin travels with the squad for the opening EURO 2025 qualifier away to France on Friday night in Metz and then the home game against England in the Aviva Stadium on Tuesday, April 9th.

She joins fellow Donegal players Amber Barrett and Tyler Toland in Eileen Gleeson’s squad.

Anna Patten

Anna Patten joined up with the Irish girls on Monday after receiving international clearance from FIFA.

Patten’s Irish roots connect back to her Grandfather Donald Coyle who hailed from Falcarragh in Donegal and her Grandmother Bridie Coyle (nee Conroy) who was from Lettermore in Galway.

The 24-year-old former England defender required a change of Association and has now been given the green light to be eligible for the qualifiers in a green jersey.