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Suzann Pettersen made the winning putt on Gleneagles' final green to beat the US by 14-13
For the defense of the Solheim Cup against America in September, Mel Reid, Charley Hull, and Georgia Hall from England are all part of Europe's team.
Hall and Hull were automatically qualified, while Reid was one of six captain's choices made by Catriona Mattew.
After being selected by Matthew, Leona Maguire from Ireland makes her debut.
"Leona is a great player and shows a lot of grit. Matthew said that she is a solid match player and one of those players who never gives up.
Maguire is an ex-world amateur number one and the first Irishwoman to be selected for the Solheim Cup team. Maguire, 26, finished joint 13th in last week's Womens Open.
Matthew also picked Madelene Sagstrom and Matilda Castren as his captain's choice.
Europe's other four automatic qualifiers include Women's Open champion Anna Nordqvist, who will make her seventh consecutive appearance, and last year's winner Sophia Popov, who will be playing in her first Solheim Cup.
Denmark's Emily Kristine Pedersen (who was last year's top points scorer on Ladies European Tour) and Spain's Carlota Cigánda are both in.
Hall, 25 years old, was the runner-up in this year's Women's Open. She will be making her third appearance. Hull will, like Ciganda will be participating for the fifth consecutive time.
The US Challenge will be led by Nelly Korda, world number one, which will take place at Inverness Club in Toledo (Ohio) from 4-6 September.
After winning her first major at Women's PGA in June, and then adding gold at the Tokyo Olympic Games, the 23-year old is now the rising star of women's golf.
Her sister Jessica, Ally Ewing and Austin Ernst will join her, as well as Ally Ewing, Ally Ewing and Lizette Salas.
Pat Hurst, the US captain, will announce her three selections Monday at 15:00 BST
Europe won the 2019 Solheim Cup 14-13 in Gleneagles, Scotland. Suzann Pettersen was the winner of the putt on the last green.