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Arnold Clark Cup 2022: England tournament fixture schedule, TV channels, squads & guide

The England women's national team welcomed Canada, Germany and Spain in February for the Arnold Clark Cup, the first edition of its new invitational international tournament.

All four nations have previously competed at the SheBelieves Cup, hosted by the U.S. women's national team, but spent the first international break of 2022 in England, playing across three venues: Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium, Norwich City's Carrow Road and Molineux, home of Wolves.

The tournament kicked off on February 17 and concluded on February 23. The winner of the round-robin format competition was England, the Lionesses winning one and drawing two of their three fixtures.

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Arnold Clark Cup 2022 fixtures & results

DateTimeMatchTV Channel
Feb 172.30pm GMTGermany 1-1 SpainITV4
Feb 177.30pm GMTEngland 1-1 CanadaITV4
Feb 203:15pm GMTEngland 0-0 SpainITV
Feb 208:15pm GMTCanada 1-0 GermanyITV4
Feb 232.30pm GMTSpain 1-0 CanadaITV4
Feb 237.30pm GMTEngland 3-1 GermanyITV4

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Arnold Clark Cup 2022 TV channel, live stream & how to watch

All of the games at the Arnold Clark Cup were shown across ITV in the United Kingdom.

Five of the six games were broadcast on ITV4, with the exception being England's game with Spain on February 20. That fixture was live on ITV's main channel. Every game was also be available live on ITV Hub, ITV's online video platform.

Further broadcast deals were agreed worldwide, including with CBS in the U.S. and TSN in Canada.

RTVE (Spain), ARD/ZDF (Germany), ESPN (Central & South America) and Charlton (Israel) also had deals to showcase the tournament.

The tournament was available to view for free on the FA Player in all other parts of the world.

Arnold Clark Cup 2022 squads

Canada was the first to announce its squad on February 7, with the absence of the greatest international goal-scorer of all time, Christine Sinclair, a notable one. Sinclair missed the tournament for personal reasons, after her mother recently passed away.

Jorge Vilda revealed the Spain squad on the morning of February 8, which featured 10 players from Barcelona, widely regarded as the best club team in the world right now. One of those was Alexia Putellas, who won the Ballon d'Or in 2021.

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The Germany squad was revealed shortly afterwards, with Lyon's Dzsenifer Marozsan and Chelsea's Melanie Leupolz among the star names missing. Sarina Wiegman then announced the England squad in the afternoon of February 8, with Lucy Bronze, Ellie Roebuck and Leah Williamson all returning. Steph Houghton and Beth England both missed out with injuries.

Canada 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.

England 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.

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Germany 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 Anyone, 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.

Spain 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, Claudia Pina.

Forwards: Jennifer Hermoso, Mariona Caldentey, Lucia Garcia, Esther Gonzalez, Marta Cardona, Nerea Eizagirre, Amaiur Sarriegi, Sheila Garcia.

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