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Women's international break: Who's going where?

Find out where City Women's stars will be heading during a busy international break.

Here is our guide to the fortnight ahead with all kick-off times according to UK time...

ENGLAND

City will have nine representatives in England's squad for the inaugural Arnold Clark Cup.

Ellie Roebuck, Lucy Bronze, Alex Greenwood, Demi StokesKeira Walsh, Georgia Stanway, Lauren Hemp and Ellen White have all been named in Sarina Wiegman's 24-player squad, while Jill Scott, who is currently on loan at Aston Villa, has also been included.

The news brings welcome returns for Roebuck and Bronze, who had missed Wiegman's previous three selections through injury, while there is sadly no place for captain Steph Houghton, who has missed City's last three games having endured a 'setback.'

England v Canada
Thursday 17 February 
19:30 GMT
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough

England v Spain
Sunday 20 February
15:15 GMT
Carrow Road, Norwich

England v Germany
Wednesday 23 February
19:30 GMT
Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton

CANADA

Manager Bev Priestman announced her 23-player squad for the tournament on February 7 with City's forward Janine Beckie making the squad. 



England v Canada
Thursday 17 February 
19:30 GMT
Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough

Canada v Germany
Sunday 20 February 
20:15 GMT
Carrow Road, Norwich

Spain v Canada
Wednesday 23rd February
14:30 GMT
Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton

SCOTLAND

Pedro Martinez Losa included Caroline Weir in his latest squad.

The competitive action and warm-weather training will be the perfect preparation for April’s World Cup qualification double-header against Ukraine and Spain.

Scotland won the inaugural Pinatar Cup in 2020 and are looking to defend their crown.

In a new-look, eight-team format, the winner of that tie will take on whoever comes out on top between Slovakia and Belgium, with the competition then splitting into two different ‘gold medal’ and ‘consolation’ paths, which guarantees another game against Russia, Poland, Republic of Ireland or Hungary.

Wales v Scotland
Wednesday 16 February
14:30 GMT
Pinatar Football Arena, Murcia, Spain

SWEDEN

Sweden’s Manager Peter Gerhardsson named City's Filippa Angeldahl in his latest squad for the Algarve Cup group stage fixtures.

Sweden v Denmark
Friday 18 February
17:00 GMT
Estadio Algarve, Portugal

Portugal v Sweden
Sunday 20 February
17:15 GMT
Estadio Algarve, Portugal

Norway

New signing Julie Blakstad could meet Club teammate Angeldahl at the Algarve Cup, having also been called up for her country.

Norway v Portugal
Wednesday 16 February
18:30 GMT
Municipal Fernando Cabrita, Portugal

Italy v Norway
Sunday 20 February
11:00 GMT
Estádio Algarve, Portugal

Jamaica

Jamaica's record goalscorer Khadija 'Bunny' Shaw will lead the line for the Reggae Girlz's CONCACAF qualifiers.

Jamaica v Bermuda
Thursday 17 February
23:00 GMT

Grenada v Jamaica
Sunday 20 February
21:00 GMT

ENGLAND UNDER-23s

Mo Marley has named 24 players, including City's Jess Park for two fixtures against France on Thursday 17 February and Sunday 20 February.



The squad will be based in Lisieux for the games which will be played at Stade Pole de Normandie and Stade Louis Bielman respectively, with both kicking off at 2pm (GMT).
 
The fixtures come after the Young Lionesses returned to action last autumn under Marley’s guidance with a 1-0 win in Belgium followed by an 11-0 success against Estonia at St. George’s Park.  

France v England U23s
Thursday 17 February
14:00 GMT
Stade Pole de Normandie, France

France v England U23s
Sunday 20 February
14:00 GMT 
Stade Louis Bielman, France

ENGLAND DEVELOPMENT SQUAD

Gemma Davies is taking a development squad to Spain which includes City's Khiara Keating and Ruby Mace for the Marbella International Tournament between 13-23 February.

The trip will begin with a clash against Finland on Thursday 17 February at the Estadio Municipa Ciudad de La Linea, before they face Denmark five days later at the Marbella Football Center. 

England Development v Finland
Thursday 17 February
Estadio Municipa Ciudad de La Linea, Spain

England Development v Denmark
Tuesday 22 February
Marbella Football Center, Spain

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