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SheBelieves Cup 2022: USWNT tournament fixture schedule, TV channels, rosters & guide

2:15 PM MYT 24/02/2022
USWNT 2021
Everything you need to know from the tournament, as the U.S. women's national team came out on top ahead of Czech Republic, Iceland and New Zealand

The U.S. women's national team and the SheBelieves Cup returned in February, with the hosts taking on the Czech Republic, Iceland and New Zealand in the 2022 edition, which began on February 17.

It was the first action of the year for all four teams, with Vlatko Andonovski's U.S. side not having played any friendlies in its January camp in 2022.

Four of the six games in the round-robin tournament were played in California, at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, while the final two fixtures were held in Texas, at the Toyota Stadium in Frisco.

The USWNT emerged victorious after two wins and a draw from its three fixtures.

SheBelieves Cup 2022 fixtures & results

DateTimeMatchTV Channel
Feb 175pm PT / 8pm ETIceland 1-0 New ZealandESPN3
Feb 178pm PT / 11pm ETUSWNT 0-0 Czech RepublicESPN, TUDN
Feb 2012pm PT / 3pm ETUSWNT 5-0 New ZealandABC, PRENDETV
Feb 203pm PT / 6pm ETCzech Republic 1-2 IcelandESPN3
Feb 233pm PT / 6pm ETNew Zealand 0-0 Czech RepublicESPN3
Feb 236pm PT / 9pm ETUSWNT 5-0 IcelandESPN, PRENDETV

SheBelieves Cup 2022 standings

PosTeamMPWDLGDPts
1United States3210+107
2Iceland3201-36
3Czech Republic3021-12
4New Zealand3012-61

SheBelieves Cup 2022 TV channel, live stream & how to watch

Broadcast information for the 2022 SheBelieves Cup was announced shortly before the tournament, with games shown across ESPN, TUDN and PRENDETV in the United States.

SheBelieves Cup 2022 rosters

The Czech Republic was the first to announce its roster for the tournament, doing so on February 2. Andrea Staskova was one of the most exciting names in the team, the 21-year-old Juventus striker who has made a strong impression in Italy.

The USWNT revealed its squad on February 3, one that grabbed plenty of attention, missing the likes of Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan, with Andonovski focusing on some of younger and fringe players. Defender Abby Dahlkemper was initially in the squad but withdrew due to a back injury, paving the way for teenage starlet Trinity Rodman to be included and make her debut.

On February 4, Iceland announced its roster, featuring players from six different leagues across the world. Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir was one of the most recognizable names for U.S. fans, the 33-year-old midfielder currently playing for NWSL side Orlando Pride.

New Zealand completed the squad announcements on February 7, its roster headlined by the return of defender Rebekah Stott. Stott, a massively popular and valuable member of her national team, was diagnosed with stage 3 Hodgkin's Lymphoma at the beginning of last year and has undergone successful treatment to pave the way for her incredible recall.

Czech Republic squad

Goalkeepers: Olivie Lukasova, Alexandra Vanickova, Barbora Votikova.

Defenders: Petra Bertholdova, Anna Dlaskova, Jitka Chlastakova, Lucie Jelinkova, Michaela Khyrova, Katerina Kotrcova, Simona Necidova, Gabriela Slajsova.

Midfielders: Klara Cahynova, Franny Cerna, Kamila Dubcova, Tereza Krejcirikova, Aneta Pochmanova, Antoine Starova, Katerina Svitkova, Tereza Szewieczkova.

Forwards: Klara Cvrckova, Lucie Martinkova, Miroslava Mrazova, Andrea Staskova.

Iceland squad

Goalkeepers: Sandra Sigurdardottir, Cecilia Ran Runarsdottir, Telma Ivarsdottir.

Defenders: Hallbera Gudny Gisladottir, Glodis Perla Viggosdottir, Sif Atladottir, Elisa Vidarsdottir, Ingibjorg Sigurdardottir, Gudrun Arnardottir, Asta Eir Arnadottir, Natasha Anasi.

Midfielders: Dagny Brynjarsdottir, Gunnhildur Yrsa Jonsdottir, Agla María Albertsdottir, Alexandra Johannsdottir, Selma Sol Magnusdottir, Karolina Lea Vilhjalmsdottir, Karitas Tomasdottir, Amanda Andradottir, Ida Marin Hermannsdottir.

Forwards: Berglind Bjorg Thorvaldsdottir, Svava Ros Gudmundsdottir, Sveindis Jane Jonsdottir.

USWNT squad

Goalkeepers: Aubrey Kingsbury, Casey Murphy, Alyssa Naeher.

Defenders: Alana Cook, Tierna Davidson, Emily Fox, Sofia Huerta, Kelley O'Hara, Becky Sauerbrunn, Emily Sonnett.

Midfielders: Morgan Gautrat, Lindsey Horan, Rose Lavelle, Catarina Macario, Kristie Mewis, Ashley Sanchez, Andi Sullivan.

Forwards: Ashley Hatch, Mallory Pugh, Margaret Purce, Trinity Rodman, Sophia Smith, Lynn Williams.

New Zealand squad

Goalkeepers: Lil Alfeld, Victoria Esson, Erin Nayler.

Defenders: Elizabeth Anton, CJ Bott, Katie Bowen, Claudia Bunge, Abby Errege, Meikayla Moore, Rebekah Stott, Ali Riley, Ashleigh Ward.

Midfielders: Daisy Cleverley, Betsy Hassett, Ria Percival, Malia Steinmetz.

Forwards: Olivia Chance, Ava Collins, Jacqui Hand, Gabi Rennie, Emma Rolston, Paige Satchell, Hannah Wilkinson.

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