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Arnold Clark Cup preview: How to watch on TV, squads, stadiums & more

Ali Rampling
England will host the first ever Arnold Clark Cup
England will host the first ever Arnold Clark Cup / Catherine Ivill/GettyImages
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The Arnold Clark Cup takes place across seven days in February 2022, as four of the world's top international teams descend on England for the maiden edition of the invitational tournament.

With three European powerhouses and the current Olympic champions involved, all ranked in FIFA's top 10, the competition will not only showcase some of the best players in world football, but also provide a taste of what to expect from three of the contenders going into Euro 2022 in summer.

Here's everything you need to know about the 2022 Arnold Clark Cup.


When is the Arnold Clark Cup?

The Arnold Clark Cup takes place between 17 - 23 February 2022.

The fixtures take place across three matchdays: Thursday 17, Sunday 20 and Wednesday 23 February. Each game day consists of a double header at the same stadium.


Which teams are in the 2022 Arnold Clark Cup?

Host nation England are taking part in the 2022 Arnold Clark Cup alongside Spain, Germany and Canada.

Canada head into the tournament following a sparkling 2021, as they took home Olympic gold in Tokyo under the guidance of former England assistant manager Bev Priestman.

In this tournament, Germany are the highest ranked team in the FIFA World rankings, currently sitting third in the global standings, while the spine of the Spain squad is made up of players from Barcelona's illustrious 2020/21 Champions League winning side.


Where is the Arnold Clark Cup being played?

The Arnold Clark Cup is being played at three venue across England; the Riverside Stadium in Middlesbrough, Norwich's Carrow Road and Molineux in Wolverhampton.

Germany versus Spain and England against Canada will take place at the Riverside, Carrow Road will host England versus Spain and Germany versus Canada, and the tournament will conclude with Spain against Canada and England versus Germany at Molineux.


How to watch the Arnold Clark Cup on TV

All six matches will be broadcast on terrestrial TV in the UK, while TV deals to show the tournament have also been struck in Canada, Germany, Spain and the USA.

Germany vs Spain

When is it being played? Thursday 17 February 2022
Where is it being played? Riverside Stadium
What time is kickoff? 2:30pm (GMT)
TV Channel/live stream? ITV4 (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)

England vs Canada

When is it being played? Thursday 17 February 2022
Where is it being played? Riverside Stadium
What time is kickoff? 7:30pm (GMT)
TV Channel/live stream? ITV4 (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)

England vs Spain

When is it being played? Sunday 20 February 2022
Where is it being played? Carrow Road
What time is kickoff? 3:15pm (GMT)
TV channel/live stream? ITV (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)

Canada vs Germany

When is it being played? Sunday 20 February 2022
Where is it being played? Carrow Road
What time is kickoff? 8:15pm (GMT)
TV channel/live stream? ITV4 (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)

Spain vs Canada

When is it being played? Wednesday 23 February
Where is it being played? Molineux
What time is kickoff? 2:30pm (GMT)
TV channel/live stream? ITV4 (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)

England vs Germany

When is it being played? Wednesday 23 February
Where is it being played? Molineux
What time is kickoff? 7:30pm (GMT)
TV channel/live stream? ITV4 (UK), TSN (Canada), RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), CBS (USA)


How to buy tickets for the Arnold Clark Cup

Tickets for the Arnold Clark Cup are available from the official Arnold Clark Cup website.


Which players have been called up for the Arnold Clark Cup?

England 2022 Arnold Cup squad

Goalkeepers: Mary Earps, Hannah Hampton, Ellie Roebuck 

Defenders: Millie Bright, Lucy Bronze, Jess Carter, Niamh Charles, Rachel Daly, Alex Greenwood, Demi Stokes, Leah Williamson

Midfielders: Fran Kirby, Jordan Nobbs, Jill Scott, Georgia Stanway, Keira Walsh, Katie Zelem

Forwards: Lauren Hemp, Beth Mead, Nikita Parris, Alessia Russo, Ella Toone, Ellen White 

Canada 2022 Arnold Clark Cup squad

Goalkeepers: Sabrina D’Angelo, Devon Kerr, Erin McLeod, Kailen Sheridan

Defenders: Kadeisha Buchanan, Vanessa Gilles, Shelina Zadorsky, Gabrielle Carle, Allysha Chapman, Jayde Riviere, Sura Yekka

Midfielders: Marie-Yasmine Alidou D’Anjou, Jessie Fleming, Julia Grosso, Ashley Lawrence, Victoria Pickett, Quinn, Sophie Schmidt, Desiree Scott

Forwards: Janine Beckie, Tanya Boychuk, Jordyn Huitema, Cloe Lacasse, Nichelle Prince, Deanne Rose

Spain 2022 Arnold Clark Cup squad

Goalkeepers: Sandra Panos, Lola Gallardo, Misa Rodriguez

Defenders: Mapi Leon, Leila Ouahabi, Andrea Pereira, Ivana Andres, Ona Batlle, Laia Aleixandri, Olga Carmona

Midfielders: Alexia Putellas, Patri Guijarro, Aitana Bonmati, Irene Guerrero, Nerea Eizagirre

Forwards: Jennifer Hermoso, Mariona Caldentey, Lucia Garcia, Esther Gonzalez, Marta Cardona, Amaiur Sarriegi, Sheila Garcia, Claudia Pina

Germany 2022 Arnold Clark Cup squad

Goalkeepers: Ann-Katrin Berger, Merle Frohms, Martina Tufekovic

Defenders: Sara Doorsoun, Jana Feldkamp, Giulia Gwinn, Sophia Kleinherne, Lena Oberdorf, Maximiliane Rall, Felicitas Rauch, Leonie Maier, Sarai Linder

Midfielders: Nicole Anyomi, Jule Brand, Klara Buhl, Selina Cerci, Sara Dabritz, Linda Dallmann, Fabienne Dongus, Laura Freigang, Lina Magull, Ramona Petzelberger, Chantal Hagel

Forwards: Lea Schuller, Hasret Kayikci


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