The SheBelieves Cup 2023 gives soccer fans around the world a glimpse of what’s to come in this year’s 2023 FIFA World Cup.
Four ladies football the powerhouses battle it out in a round robin tournament this month.
As every year, the United States will host the women’s friendly tournament on home soil.
The USWNT is joined by fierce rivals and Tokyo 2020 gold medalists Canada, as well as Brazil and Japan.
Here are the most important things you need to know, including schedule and live stream information.
When is the 2023 SheBelieves Cup?
This year’s SheBelieves Cup is scheduled to run from Thursday, February 16 to Wednesday, February 22, with two matches per matchweek.
The meetings will be held in three different cities: Orlando, Nashville, and Frisco, in that order.
Japan vs Brazil will start the action while USA vs Brazil will finish the action and whoever sits at the top of the table will be crowned champion.
W?tako Andonowski The USWNT team won the trophy last year, edging out New Zealand, Iceland and the Czech Republic for the title ahead of their home fans.
SheBelieves Cup 2023: Full schedule
Here’s what the schedule for the eighth SheBelieves Cup currently looks like…
Thursday 16 February
Japan vs. Brazil, 16:00 ET (21:00 GMT, 22:00 CET)
USA vs. Canada, 19:00 ET (00:00 GMT, 01:00 CET)
Sunday February 19
USA vs Japan, 14:30 CT (20:30 GMT, 21:30 GMT)
Brazil vs. Canada, 17:30 CT (23:30 GMT, 00:30 CET)
Wednesday February 22
Canada vs Japan, 15:00 CT (21:00 GMT, 22:00 CET)
US vs. Brazil, 18:00 CT (00:00 GMT, 01:00 CET)
SheBelieves Cup 2023: How to watch live
The good news for fans who can’t be there in person is that there are plenty of ways to watch all the action from this year’s SBC.
After agreeing a deal with US Soccer, the HBO Max streaming platform – like TNT – will be at the heart of the action across the United States.
FuboTV and OneSoccer hold the Canadian broadcast rights, while SporTV will run on screens across Brazil.
SheBelieves Cup 2023: Are tickets still available?
If you live in the US or just passing through one of the cities involved, you’re in luck.
Tickets for these matches are still available to fans.
Just visit Here to find out how to get direct access to tickets for the matches you want to go to.