With the last round of Euro 2025 group qualifying matches imminent - which Blues are in action as the battle to reach next summer’s tournament in Switzerland continues?

After three round of fixtures thus far, the finale two matches of the group stages take place on Friday 12th July and Tuesday 16th with a number of Blues in contention to qualify for the tournament.

The nations in League A can confirm qualification if they finish in the top two of their respective groups, meanwhile those who finish third and fourth will contest a first round two-legged seeded play-off against the winners and three best runners-up from League C. 

In League B, the four group winners and the two best-ranked runners-up will be drawn in a play-off match against the two remaining runners-up and four of the third-placed teams. 

The 14 winners of the respective play-off matches will be drawn for seven two-legged seeded second-round play-off ties where the winners of those games will qualify for the finals.

In the tightly-contested Group A3, which has the most Blues representation, France, Sweden and England could all still top the group.

Reigning European Champions the Lionesses boast five Blues in their squad – Hannah Hampton, Millie Bright, Jess Carter, Niamh Charles, and Aggie Beever-Jones.

They face fourth-placed Republic of Ireland at Norwich City’s Carrow Road on Friday 12 July , before an away clash with Sweden the following Tuesday.

England currently sit third in their group level on seven points but with a one-goal disadvantage with the second-placed Swedes, who have called up Blues trio Zecira Musovic, Nathalie Bjorn and Johanna Rytting Kaneryd

Before hosting England, Sweden travel to Dijon to face current leaders France, who have nine points.

Both Eve Perisset and Chelsea’s latest addition Sandy Baltimore named in the Les Bleus squad. The French then face the Republic of Ireland in Cork in their final group match. 

With only three points separating first and fourth place in Group A1, it is all still to play for Guro Reiten’s Norway and teenager Wieke Kaptein, who spent last on loan at FC Twente, of the Netherlands. 

Norway currently sit in second place with five points ahead of an away clash to Finland, before hosting current leaders the Netherlands on Tuesday evening.

The Dutch have seven points and play Italy, who also have five points in third, in their first match of this window.

Katerina Svitkova, who spent the recent season on loan at Slavia Prague in her homeland, has been named in Czechia’s squad for their games against Spain at home, before a trip to face Denmark. The Czech’s currently sit bottom of Group A2 with one point from four games. 

The same pool features Belgium who have called up Blues goalkeeper Nicky Evrard - who spent last season on loan at Brighton. The Red Flames host Denmark in their first game before a trip to World Champions Spain.

Germany have already secured their place in Switzerland, as they are guaranteed a top-two finish in Group A4 ahead of the last round of matches.

Sjoeke Nusken’s side confirmed their qualification in May, but will be looking to maintain their 100 percent record when they travel to Iceland on Friday, before welcoming Austria to Hanover. 

Group B2 sees a battle of the Blues, with Erin Cuthbert’s Scotland and Jelena Cankovic’s Serbia set to meet in their final match of their group campaigns.

But before that clash at Firhill Stadium in Glasgow, the Scots will be looking to consolidate their place at the top of the table, currently sitting with 10 points, when face third-placed Slovakia away on Friday evening.  

But Serbia are hot on their heels, though, as they also have ten points, sitting in second having scored two fewer goals. Cankovic’s side host fourth-placed Israel before the showdown with Scotland.

After dropping valuable points during the last camp, Sophie Ingle’s Wales will be looking to reclaim top spot in Group B4. They currently sit second with 8 points, one behind leaders Croatia, who they face away on Friday evening, before hosting Kosovo on Tuesday. 

There are also Blues in friendly action during this international break, which will act as preparation for the upcoming Olympic Games tournament in Paris. 

Catarina Macario has been named in the United States’ roster for their matches against Mexico (Saturday 13 July) and Costa Rica (Wednesday 17 July), meanwhile Maika Hamano could feature for Japan when they host Ghana on Saturday morning in Kanazawa.

Elsewhere, Canadian duo Kadeisha Buchanan and Ashley Lawrence will face Australia in Spain (Saturday 13 July) and Mayra Ramirez's Colombia take on Ecuador (Saturday 13 July).