Sandy MacIver has been named in England’s provisional 28-player squad for this summer’s European Championship finals on home soil.
It’s set to be the 23-year-old’s first involvement in a senior tournament for the Lionesses, having previously participated in the training squad with England in their SheBelieves Cup success in 2019.
MacIver’s inclusion in Sarina Wiegman’s EURO squad marks a return to the senior camp, having continued her development with England Under-23s last season, enjoying back-to-back clean sheets against the Netherlands last month.
The Everton goalkeeper will look to build on her experience last summer as she was part of the Team GB side who participated in the delayed Tokyo Olympic Games.
MacIver appeared on 18 occasions for the Blues in the Barclays FA Super League last campaign, securing four clean sheets.
England are set to face Belgium, the Netherlands and Switzerland next month in preparation for their group stage opening against Austria on Wednesday 6 July at Old Trafford.