City return to domestic action with an FA Women’s Cup trip to Leicester City on Sunday 15 March but until then, you can catch our players on international duty with a series of friendly tournaments…
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Phil Neville’s Lionesses hope to retain the SheBelieves Cup, having lifted the trophy for the first time last year.
The tournament takes place in the USA and City will have eight representatives: captain Steph Houghton, Ellie Roebuck, Demi Stokes, Keira Walsh, Lauren Hemp, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway and Ellen White.
The competition sees the top four teams in the world go head-to-head and all games will be broadcast live by the BBC.
USA v England: Friday 6 March (midnight UK time), Exploria Stadium, Orlando. BBC Two and BBC iPlayer.
Japan v England: Sunday 8 March (6:15pm UK time), Red Bull Arena, New Jersey. BBC Four and BBC iPlayer.
England v Spain: Wednesday 11 March (9:15pm UK time), Toyota Stadium, Frisco. BBC Four and BBC iPlayer.
Caroline Weir has been selected in Shelley Kerr’s squad for the second edition of the Pinatar Cup in Spain.
The Scots will take on Ukraine, Iceland and Northern Ireland, warming up for April’s Women’s EURO 2021 qualifiers against Cyprus and Portugal.
Two of the three matches will be broadcast by BBC ALBA.
Ukraine v Scotland: Wednesday 4 March 2020 (6pm UK time), Pinatar Arena.
Scotland v Iceland: Saturday 7 March 2020 (2pm UK time), Pinatar Arena. Live on BBC ALBA.
Northern Ireland v Scotland: Tuesday 10 March 2020 (7:30pm UK time), Pinatar Arena. Live on BBC ALBA.
Germany, Belgium, Portugal
The three teams will challenge Sweden, Norway, Italy, Denmark and New Zealand for the crown in the knock-out competition.
Germany v Sweden: Wednesday 4 March (4:30pm UK time), Estádio Algarve.
New Zealand v Belgium: Wednesday 4 March (6pm UK time), Estádio Municipal da Bela Vista.
Portugal v Italy: Wednesday 4 March (8:15pm UK time), Estádio Algarve.
Janine Beckie will represent Canada at the maiden 2020 Tournoi de France, locking horns with France, the Netherlands and Brazil.
France v Canada: Wednesday 4 March (5pm UK time), Stade de l'Épopée, Calais.
Canada v Netherlands: Saturday 7 March (6pm UK time), Stade de l'Épopée, Calais.
Brazil v Canada: Tuesday 10 March (7pm UK time), Stade de l'Épopée, Calais.
Esme Morgan, who is currently on loan at Everton, has been chosen for England’s Under-21 clashes with France, while Emma Bissell, Jess Park and Katie Bradley have been named the Lionesses’ Under-19 squad for the La Manga tournament.
England U21s v France: Thursday 5 March (2pm UK time), St George’s Park
England U21s v France: Sunday 8 March (2pm UK time), St George’s Park
USA v England U19s: Wednesday 4 March (2pm UK time), La Manga Club Complex.
England U19s v Sweden: Friday 6 March (noon UK time), La Manga Club Complex, Spain.
Denmark v England U19s: Sunday 8 March (noon UK time), La Manga Club Complex.