The local women’s national team will be launching their 2023 Women’s World Cup qualification campaign with a trip to Denmark on September 16!
Then, on September 21, Mark Gatt’s first home game will take place when Malta will host Bosnia-Herzegovina, who were in Pot 3.
Meanwhile, in Group E, Malta was pitted alongside 2022 EUFA Women’s Euro participants Denmark and Russia, Bosnia, Azerbaijan, and Montenegro.
Malta will then face two away games in October when they meet Russia on October 21st, before taking on Azerbaijan 5 days later.
The final game will be a home game against Montenegro on November 26th and an away game at Bosnia-Herzegovina on November 30th. Qualifiers will resume in April of 2022, with Malta hosting Denmark and Russia on the 8th and 12th.
Gatt’s final two qualifiers will be against Azerbaijan on September 2 and on September 6, Malta will finish off the campaign with an away game at Montenegro.