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  1. The SheBelieves Cup live on the BBC

    All times are GMT and subject to change.

    The SheBelieves Cup takes place in the United States of America from 5th-12th March.

    We'll bring you live coverage of each game across the tournament on BBC Two, BBC Four, Red Button and BBC Sport website. You can also watch live and catch-up on all of the action on BBC iPlayer for up to 30 days.

    Thursday, 5 March Spain v Japan, Red Button & BBC iPlayer, 21:05 GMT

    USA v England, BBC Two & BBC iPlayer, 23:45 GMT

    Sunday, 8 MarchJapan v England, BBC Four, Red Button & BBC iPlayer, 19:00 GMT

    USA v Spain, BBC iPlayer, 21:50 GMT

    Wednesday, 11 March England v Spain, BBC Four & BBC iPlayer, 21:00 GMT

    USA v Japan, Red Button & BBC iPlayer, 23:50 GMT

  2. England v USA - who are Lionesses' new faces?

    lessia Russo (top left), Chloe Kelly (top right), Sandy MacIver (centre), Lauren Hemp (bottom left) and Grace Fisk (bottom right) are fresher faces in the England squad

    Phil Neville has included three uncapped players in the England Women's squad for the SheBelieves Cup, but who are the young Lionesses and will they get much game time?

    West Ham defender Grace Fisk, North Carolina Tar Heels forward Alessia Russo and Everton goalkeeper Sandy MacIver could make their debuts in the USA.

    And in-form youngsters Chloe Kelly and Lauren Hemp, with just four caps between them, will look to establish themselves in boss Neville's long-term plans.

    "Until you give young people an opportunity, you never know if they can step up. That's what we're going to do at the SheBelieves Cup," said Neville.

    The Lionesses open their campaign against the USA on Thursday in a game you can watch on BBC Two - and the whole tournament can be watched across the BBC.

    So who are the new faces? Why have they been included? And should they be given an opportunity? Find out here.

  3. What is the SheBelieves Cup?

    England players lift the SheBelieves Cup trophy after victory over Japan
    Image caption: England won the competition for the first time in 2019

    The SheBelieves Cup is an annual invitational women's football tournament that began in 2016 and is held in the United States of America. This year's tournament features regulars and current holders England, world champions USA, plus Japan and Spain who both reached the round of 16 at last year's World Cup in France.

    Matches will take place across three venues in the United States, including Orlando, Florida, Harrison in New Jersey and Frisco, Texas. USA have won the competition twice in 2016 and 2018.

    England won the tournament in 2019 after they beat Brazil, drew with hosts USA and secured victory over Japan to ensure they topped the four-team round-robin competition.

  4. How to get into football

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    Video caption: Women's World Cup: Cuthbert & Bright's easy drills to help you improve your skills

    The country was in World Cup fever last year as England reached the semi-finals of the competition. With 1.4 million women and girls playing football, there's no doubt that it's the nation's most popular female-team participation sport.

    Around the UK there are schemes designed to help girls get into football - from grassroots to the professional game - as well as routes into coaching.

    Each Football Association across the country has information specifically to encourage women to play so get contacting in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and England.