16 February 2022
Women in Football is the official partner for an exciting new tournament pitting England women against three other top international sides as they prepare to host Euro 2022.
The Arnold Clark Cup takes place later this month and will provide Lionesses' fans across the country a chance to see their side take on Germany, Spain and Olympic champions, Canada.
The partnership results from a pledge for WIF's #GetOnside campaign by Pitch International, the worldwide sports marketing group behind the event. It provides a platform for the Women in Football message to reach a wide audience across the UK and beyond.
Kicking off at Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium on Thursday, 17 February, the round-robin tournament moves on to Carrow Road, Norwich on Sunday, 20 February, and concludes on Wednesday, 23 February at Molineux, the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Women in Football members can take advantage of a special 2-for-1 offer and get two tickets for any Lionesses game for just £5. If you're interested in attending, you can purchase these tickets via the below links.
In addition to this great offer, Women in Football are hosting a special invite only pre-match event for the England v Germany game at Molineux on 23 February. If you've already bought tickets for this fixture (or are planning to) and would like to be entered into the draw to be upgraded to VIP tickets for the game including the WIF event, please let us know by emailing email@example.com with proof of purchase. Winners will be notified by email week commencing 14 February.
Click on the match(es) of your choice below to access the special WIF offer to get two tickets for just £5:
Follow the links below to purchase tickets for the other fixtures:
Women in Football Chair, Ebru Köksal, said: "The Arnold Clark Cup is shaping up to be a fantastic competition at a huge moment for England and for our game more widely. All of us at Women in Football are thrilled to be playing a part.
"As a proud official tournament partner, WIF extends our warmest wishes to the players and supporters of Canada, England, Germany and Spain. We look forward to some great football and another step forward for gender equality in the game."
Pitch International's Director of Women's Sport, Cat Watson, said: "Pitch International is excited to welcome Women in Football as an official tournament partner of the upcoming Arnold Clark Cup. We're big fans of their #GetOnside campaign and the impressive impact it is having promoting equality on and off the pitch, so we look forward to working closely with WIF on the inaugural event that promises to deliver a fantastic display of the very best of women's football."
The Arnold Clark Cup is expected to play an important role in the Lionesses' preparations for Euro 2022, which takes place in England in July.
England and Chelsea forward Fran Kirby said: "We’re buzzing to take on three of the world’s best sides at home. Canada are reigning Olympic champions, Spain have some outstanding players in their squad, and obviously it doesn’t get much bigger an occasion than England v Germany.
"It’s a special opportunity to play world-class opposition in front of our supporters, so we’ll be determined to be firing on all cylinders."
With more than half of the tournament's match tickets priced at £10 or under, the hosts are expecting bumper crowds, and fans are urged to guarantee their seats early.
Matches will be shown across ITV, ITV4 and the ITV Hub. Full details of ITV’s coverage schedule are as follows:
Thursday 17 February – live from Riverside Stadium, Middlesbrough
Germany v Spain on ITV4 coverage from 2pm with a 2.30pm kick-off
England v Canada on ITV4 coverage from 6.45pm with a 7.30pm kick-off
Sunday 20 February – live from Carrow Road Stadium, Norwich
England v Spain on ITV coverage from 2.30pm with a 3.15pm kick-off
Canada v Germany on ITV4 coverage from 7.45pm with a 8.15pm kick-off
Wednesday 23 February – live from Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton
Spain v Canada on ITV4 coverage from 2pm with a 2.30pm kick-off
England v Germany on ITV4 coverage from 6.45pm with a 7.30pm kick-off
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