Chelsea Women players are set to feature at the upcoming Olympics after being called-up by their respective nations.

The 2024 Paris Olympics get underway next month, with the women's football tournament kicking off on July 25. Twelve countries will contest the group stages, before the knock-out rounds, with the gold-medal match set to be played on August 10.

Seven cities will host the women's football tournament: Paris, Marseille, Lyon, Bordeaux, Saint-Etienne, Nice and Nantes.

Hosts France have named our summer signing Sandy Baltimore in their 18-player squad, while Chelsea defender Eve Perisset has been named as a reserve. France are in Group A alongside Colombia, Canada, and New Zealand.

Reigning gold medalists Canada named their squad, with Chelsea defenders Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence both included.

The Blues duo's inclusions means they are set to feature at their third consecutive Olympics, having won bronze in Rio in 2016 before scooping gold in Tokyo three years ago.

Elsewhere in Group A, Mayra Ramirez is set to make her Olympics debut as she has been named in Colombia's 18-player squad.

Blues midfielder Sjoeke Nusken will be travelling to her first Olympics after being selected for Germany's 18-player squad. The Germans will come up against the United States, Zambia and Australia in Group B.

Former Chelsea manager Emma Hayes has named Blues forward Catarina Macario in the United States' 18-player squad. The USA are in Group B alongside Zambia, Germany and Australia.

This will be the second Olympics where Macario has represented her country. The 24-year-old was in the squad for the delayed games in Tokyo three years ago when the USA claimed a bronze medal.

Blues forward Maika Hamano could make her debut at the Olympics after being named in Japan's squad for Paris. The 20-year-old and her compatriots will come up against Spain, Nigeria and Brazil in Group C.