The head coach Dragan Jevtić and his assistants will work at the camp with the following 29 players:
Iman Šljivo (SFK 2000 Sarajevo), Indira Faković (Emina Mostar), Jovana Vasić (Banja Luka), Matea Topalović (Gradina), Ajla Zukić (Lokomotiva Brčko), Dušica Lukić (Radnik Bumerang), Frančeska Šimić (Emina Mostar), Vladana Barać (Banja Luka), Nikolina Vasiljević (Banja Luka), Dajana Vignjević (Radnik Bumerang), Helena Tomas (Čelik Doboj), Alma Šečić (Gradina), Asja Buljubašić (Gradina), Fadila Mujkić (SFK 2000 Sarajevo), Irma Jusanović (Lidkopings FK, Sweden), Selma Hasić (Gradina), Dejana Marković (Radnik Bumerang), Amila Čehajić (Wiener SC, Austria), Samra Bajrić (Iskra), Ena Pervan (Čelik Zenica), Elma Husić (Emina), Amila Purišić (Mladost Nević Polje), Amina Purišić (Mladost Nević Polje), Elma Sarajlić (Sana), Lorena Čondra (Mladost Nević Polje), Marija Doko (Brotnjo), Alma Krajnić (SFK 2000 Sarajevo), Sofija Krajšumović (Radnik Bumerang), Sajra Kulalić (Čelik Zenica).
“We are at the beginning of a new cycle, with the players born in 2001 and 2002. The weather conditions are not so well, but thanks to the people from the Training Centre, we have optimal conditions for work, on the main pitch and in the balloon hall”, says the head coach Jevtić and continues:
“Most girls are from the BH clubs, but we are glad that more and more players from the diaspora want to play for BH. We will give them a chance to show up. For this year we have already scheduled 6 control matches and we will have a ready team until qualifications in October.”