All 16 UEFA Women’s EURO 2017 finalists are in action over the next week in one of the three annual friendly tournaments in the Algarve, Cyprus and the United States as they step up their preparations for the Netherlands.
Algarve Cup: Denmark, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden
• A fixture at this time of year since 1994, Canada beat Brazil in last year’s final while Norway have four victories, but none since 2004.
1 March: Portugal 0-1 Russia, Denmark 0-1 Canada
3 March: Russia 1-2 Canada, Portugal 0-6 Denmark
6 March: Russia 1-6 Denmark, Canada 0-0 Portugal
1 March: Japan 1-2 Spain, Norway 1-1 Iceland
3 March: Japan 2-0 Iceland, Spain 3-0 Norway
6 March: Norway 0-2 Japan, Iceland 0-0 Spain
1 March: Netherlands 1-0 China, Australia 0-1 Sweden
3 March: Australia 3-2 Netherlands, China 0-0 Sweden
6 March: Sweden 0-1 Netherlands, China 1-2 Australia
8 March: Spain v Canada (1st/2nd place), Denmark v Japan (3rd/4th), Australia v Netherlands (5th/6th), Sweden v Russia (7th/8th), Iceland v China (9th/10th), Norway v Portugal (11th/12th)
Cyprus Cup: Austria, Belgium, Italy, Scotland, Switzerland
• Running since 2008, Austria won last year’s edition of a competition previously dominated by Canada, England and France.
1 March: North Korea 3-0 Italy, Belgium 2-2 Switzerland
3 March: Switzerland 1-0 North Korea, Italy 1-4 Belgium
6 March: Italy 0-6 Switzerland, North Korea 4-1 Belgium
1 March: New Zealand 2-3 Scotland, South Korea 0-0 Austria
3 March: Austria 3-0 New Zealand, Scotland 0-2 South Korea
6 March: Austria 1-3 Scotland, New Zealand 0-2 South Korea
Group C involves non-EURO qualifiers the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Republic of Ireland and Wales
8 March: Switzerland v South Korea (1st/2nd place), North Korea v Republic of Ireland (3rd/4th), Scotland v Wales (5th/6th), Belgium v Austria (7th/8th), New Zealand v Hungary (9th/10th), Italy v Czech Republic (11th/12th)
SheBelieves Cup (United States): England, France, Germany
• A round-robin tournament in its second year: in 2016 the US finished ahead of Germany with England third.
1 March: England 1-2 France, US 0-1 Germany
4 March: France 0-0 Germany, US 0-1 England
7 March: Germany v England, US v France