US Soccer has revealed the channel viewing options for February’s SheBelieves Cup. The United States Women’s National Team hosts three top women’s international sides in a three-game round-robin competition.

The first game is Feb. 16 against Canada in Orlando, followed by a game in Nashville against Japan on Feb. 19. Finally, the USWNT rounds out the contests in Dallas against Brazil on Feb. 22.

However, if you are unable to attend those games in person, you can watch on TV. Plus, US Soccer is incorporating its new deal with Warner Bros. Discovery into the coverage of the tournament.

There are a total of six games involving the four teams. All six games are available on HBO Max. However, if you have a cable subscription, two games are available on TNT. Those are the USWNT’s final two games (Feb. 19 against Japan and Feb. 22 against Brazil). Note, these games are simulcast on HBO Max, too.

You will notice, though, that the USWNT opener in the SheBelieves Cup against Canada is only available on HBO Max. There is no cable option for that game from Exploria Stadium in Orlando.

SheBelieves Cup pushes HBO Max subscribers

A recent US Men’s National Team friendly against Colombia was broadcast on TNT. However, there was no simulcast on HBO Max. Some soccer fans questioned why they should get HBO Max if they are not going to get all the games.

This announcement solves those issues.

Putting all the games for the SheBelieves Cup on HBO Max, including the two simulcast on TNT, is a move to drive subscriptions to the streaming service.

Spanish-language coverage

For Spanish-language audiences looking to watch the SheBelieves Cup, coverage is available via Universo. However, this is only for games involving the USWNT.

What about the other three games between non-USWNT opponents that are not available in Spanish in the United States? World Soccer Talk has reached out to Telemundo Deportes for a response.

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