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Brazilian Football Confederation to stream SheBelieves Cup

The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has announced that it will provide live coverage of its women’s national team from the SheBelieves Cup tournament in the US.

The tournament features Brazil, England, Japan and the US. It gets underway later today (Wednesday) when Brazil takes on England in Philadelphia.

All matches involving Brazil will be streamed for free on the CBF website. After today’s match against England, Brazil will face Japan in Nashville on Saturday and the US in Tampa on March 5.

The US is the defending champion of the SheBelieves Cup, which this year is serving as a warm-up event for the Fifa Women’s World Cup in France. The tournament does not feature knockout matches, with the team that picks up the most points crowned champion.

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