SheBelieves Cup 2023: USWNT tournament fixture schedule, TV channels, rosters & guide

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USWNT SheBelieves Cup 2023
Everything you need to know about the tournament, with the U.S. women's national team joined by Brazil, Canada and Japan for the 2023 edition.

The U.S. women's national team was in action in the SheBelieves Cup in February 2023, which had a star-studded line-up featuring Brazil, Canada and Japan.

The SheBelieves Cup is a round-robin tournament which the USWNT has hosted annually since 2016, with the winner being the nation sat top of the standings after all four have faced each other once.

Vlatko Andonovski's side won the 2022 title, albeit facing lower-ranked opposition than usual. It was victorious over New Zealand and Iceland after a goalless draw with the Czech Republic.

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That was the USWNT's fifth triumph from seven editions of the SheBelieves Cup and it picked up its a sixth in 2023, as it prepared to defend its Women's World Cup title this summer.

GOAL has everything you need to know about the 2023 SheBelieves Cup.

SheBelieves Cup 2023 fixtures & results

DateTimeMatchVenueTV channel
Feb 161pm PT / 4pm ETJapan 0-1 BrazilExploria Stadium, OrlandoHBO Max
Feb 164pm PT / 7pm ETUSWNT 2-0 CanadaExploria Stadium, OrlandoHBO Max
Feb 1912:30pm PT / 3.30pm ETUSWNT 1-0 JapanGeodis Park, NashvilleHBO Max / TNT
Feb 193.30pm PT / 6.30pm ETBrazil 0-2 CanadaGeodis Park, NashvilleHBO Max
Feb 221pm PT / 4pm ETCanada 0-3 JapanToyota Stadium, FriscoHBO Max
Feb 224pm PT / 7pm ETUSWNT 2-1 BrazilToyota Stadium, FriscoHBO Max / TNT

SheBelieves Cup 2023 standings

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SheBelieves Cup 2023 TV channel, live stream & how to watch

Starting in 2023, TNT and HBO Max is the exclusive English language home for live coverage of the USWNT.

Exact broadcast details for the SheBelieves Cup were communicated on February 2, with HBO Max carrying every single game from the tournament.

Universo and Peacock also showed all of the USWNT's matches while TNT will broadcasted two of the three, excluding the Canada match-up.

SheBelieves Cup 2023 rosters

The USWNT was the first to announce its roster for the SheBelieves Cup on February 1, with Brazil following later the same day. Japan's squad was revealed on February 8.

Canada head coach Bev Priestman completed the set by naming her roster on February 13. It looked like the nation would not participate in the tournament when captain Christine Sinclair announced a player protest last week, amid a pay feud with the federation.

However, after Canada Soccer threatened to sue the players, the action was retracted.

USWNT roster

Goalkeepers: Adrianna Franch (Kansas City Current), Casey Murphy (North Carolina Courage), Alyssa Naeher (Chicago Red Stars)

Defenders: Alana Cook (OL Reign), Emily Fox (North Carolina Courage), Crystal Dunn (Portland Thorns), Naomi Girma (San Diego Wave), Sofia Huerta (OL Reign), Becky Sauerbrunn (Portland Thorns), Emily Sonnett (OL Reign)

Midfielders: Lindsey Horan (Lyon), Taylor Kornieck (San Diego Wave), Rose Lavelle (OL Reign), Kristie Mewis (Gotham), Ashley Sanchez (Washington Spirit), Andi Sullivan (Washington Spirit)

Forwards: Ashley Hatch (Washington Spirit), Alex Morgan (San Diego Wave), Midge Purce (Gotham), Megan Rapinoe (OL Reign), Trinity Rodman (Washington Spirit), Mallory Swanson (Chicago Red Stars), Lynn Williams (Gotham)

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Brazil roster

Goalkeepers: Leticia Izidoro (Corinthians), Lorena (Gremio), Luciana (Ferroviaria)

Defenders: Bruninha (Gotham), Tainara (Bayern Munich), Rafaelle (Arsenal), Kathellen (Real Madrid), Lauren (Madrid CFF), Tarciane (Corinthians), Yasmim (Corinthians), Tamires (Corinthians)

Midfielders: Adriana (Orlando Pride), Ary (Racing Louisville), Ana Vitória (Benfica), Julia Bianchi (Chicago Red Stars), Kerolin (North Carolina Courage)

Forwards: Bia Zaneratto (Palmeiras), Geyse (Barcelona), Gabi Nunes (Madrid CFF), Debinha (Kansas City Current), Nycole Raysla (Benfica), Ludmila (Atletico Madrid), Marta (Orlando Pride)

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Japan roster

Goalkeepers: Ayaka Yamashita (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Chika Hirao (Albirex Niigata), Momoko Tanaka (Tokyo Verdy Beleza)

Defenders: Saki Kumagai (Bayern Munich), Shiori Miyake (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Ruka Norimatsu (Omiya Ardija Ventus), Risa Shimizu (West Ham), Kiko Seike (Urawa Reds), Miyabi Moriya (INAC Kobe Leonessa), Moeka Minami (Roma), Saori Takarada (Linkoping), Rion Ishikawa (Urawa Reds)

Midfielders: Yui Hasegawa (Manchester City), Hina Sugita (Portland Thorns), Honoka Hayashi (West Ham), Fuka Nagano (Liverpool), Hinata Miyazawa (Mynavi Sendai), Jun Endo (Angel City), Aoba Fujino (Tokyo Verdy Beleza)

Forwards: Mana Iwabuchi (Tottenham), Rikako Kobayashi (Tokyo Verdy Beleza), Riko Ueki (Tokyo Verdy Beleza), Maika Hamano (Chelsea)

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Canada roster

Goalkeepers: Sabrina D'Angelo (Arsenal), Lysianne Proulx (Torreense), Kailen Sheridan (San Diego Wave)

Defenders: Kadeisha Buchanan (Chelsea), Vanessa Gilles (Lyon), Shelina Zadorsky (Tottenham), Jade Rose (Harvard University), Gabrielle Carle (Washington Spirit), Allysha Chapman (Houston Dash), Ashley Lawrence (Paris Saint-Germain)

Midfielders: Quinn (OL Reign), Simi Awujo (University of Southern California), Jessie Fleming (Chelsea), Julia Grosso (Juventus), Sophie Schmidt (Houston Dash), Christine Sinclair (Portland Thorns)

Forwards: Janine Beckie (Portland Thorns), Jordyn Huitema (OL Reign), Cloe Lacasse (Benfica), Clarissa Larisey (BK Hacken), Adriana Leon (Manchester United), Evelyne Viens (Kristianstads), Jenna Hellstrom (Dijon)