All three of England’s games as they take part in the #SheBelieves Cup will be televised, the BBC have confirmed.

Following their third place finish at last year’s Canadian World Cup England were invited to take part in the tournament by host nation USA alongside Germany and France. The tournament begins on March 3rd and England Coach Mark Sampson will announce his 23-player squad on Monday.

He said: “It’s great news that the BBC is showing our games and giving our supporters the opportunity to follow us out in America.”

Sampson added: “We are playing the best of the best in this tournament and we know they’ll be tough, exciting and entertaining games which will help develop our squad even further and stand us in good stead for our Euro qualifying campaign.”

England’s opener will air live on BBC One on Friday night 4th March, 12:45am KO when they take on World Cup winners USA in Tampa.

England’s second game will air live on the red button as well as the BBC Sport website when they face European Champions Germany on Sunday night, March 6th, 10:45pm KO in Nashville. The two sides met in the third place play off with England winning 1-0 in extra time thanks to Fara William’s penalty.

The final game, taking place in Baton Rouge, will also air live on the Red Button and BBC Sport Website at 10pm on Wednesday night 9th March when they take on France. France defeated England 1-0 in both sides opening group game in Canada.

In addition, England’s Euro 2017 qualifier against Belgium on Friday, 8th April will air live on BBC Two. The game will be played at Rotherham United’s New York Stadium, KO 7:55pm.