The Brazil women’s team, led by Pia Sundake, is determined to compete SheBelieves Cup, which will take place in the US between February 16 and 23. Besides the Canarians, North Americans, Canadians and Japanese will also compete.
All four nations will participate in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in July 2023. In this case, the tournament will be a preparation for the World Cup.
Participating Teams SheBelieves Cup The top 11 in the world are the United States at number one, Canada at number six, Brazil at number nine and Japan at number eleven.
Coincidentally, the Japanese will be Brazil’s first opponent, on the 16th, at the Exploria Stadium in Orlando, at a time to be determined. After that, the team will face Canada on the 19th and finally the USA on the 22nd.
Duels of 2023 SheBelieves Cup. (Photo: Reproduction)
The tournament format will remain the same as in the previous seven years, with teams competing in three dual events.
The winner of the match will be determined by total points (three for a win, one for a draw), the first tiebreaker being overall goal difference, followed by highest total goals scored, then head-to-head and finally play if a fair ranking is required.
Competition SheBelieves Cup It was first played in 2016. The US won the inaugural edition, and France took top honors in 2017.
The Americans won again in 2018, and England took first place in 2019, but the United States returned to the top of the podium in 2020, Antonovski’s first title, and won top prizes in 2021 and 2022.
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