The 2022 Arnold Clark Cup is going to be held on February 17-23 at three stadiums of England. This is one of the greatest Women’s Football tournaments in the world. Four teams will play in the tournament.
Leah Williamson, who has returned to the squad after a period on the sidelines, will lead the hosts in England. Ellie Roebuck and Lucy Bronze have also returned from injury. On February 7th, Olympic gold medalist Canada named their team. Following the loss of her mother, captain Christine Sinclair, the all-time greatest international goalscorer, will miss the event.
How to watch England vs Canada Women’s Soccer
- Date: Saturday, Feb. 19
- Time: 1 p.m. ET
- TV channel: TSN (Canada)
- Live stream: Soccer pass worldwide
The Arnold Clark Cup is hosted by England’s women’s national team, and will serve as added preparation during the 2022 calendar ahead of the FIFA 2023 women’s World Cup. You can catch all six matches live stream games from anywhere without cable by soccerpass
England vs Canada Preview
Former Netherland’s coach Sarina Wiegman will want to get an array of looks at the squad over their three matches, but any time a healthy Fran Kirby gets involved with the Lionesses, it’s an opportunity for her to shine on an international stage. Watch the Chelsea midfielder spearhead attacks, hopefully alongside Lauren Hemp.
Ashley Lawerence is listed an a midfielder for this event, but has dominated at the outside back position. She has fantastic technical skill, along with strong ball control that allows her to dominate possession on the pitch. While others typical press high to get involved more directly in attack, Lawrence’s ability to read the game allows her to utilize space positionally. Head coach Bev Preistman and her side enter the tournament as Olympic gold medalists. As the only Concacaf side in the event, it’s another chance for International audiences to see why Lawrence is currently among the best players in the world.
- Goalkeepers: Mary Earps, Hannah Hampton, Ellie Roebuck
- Defenders: Millie Bright, Lucy Bronze, Jess Carter, Niamh Charles, Rachel Daly, Alex Greenwood, Demi Stokes, Leah Williamson, Lotte Wubben-Moy
- 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
- 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