Lionesses are handed a HUGE boost ahead of next month's Women's World Cup
Englands World Cup hopes have been given a major boost after a club v country row threatened to disrupt their preparations.
The Lionesses will be able to begin their camp on June 19, four days earlier than the previously agreed date between FIFA and the European Club Association of June 23rd.
Clubs had been reluctant to release their players as early as June 19 due to concerns over a lack of rest both before and after the tournament.
England boss Sarina Wiegman had made her frustrations clear at her squad announcement last week and had suggested her team would not be able to play a warm-up game before they flew to Australia if players did not report for duty on June 19.