U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and the International Olympic Committee are expected to announce the winner of the 2022 Women’s World Cup on Monday.
U.K. Soccer and the U-20 World Cup will follow.
Here’s a look at some key events, and some key dates.
March 15: The U.B.L. Women’s Soccer team will face off against the Montreal Impact at BMO Field in Montreal.
March 16: The United States will face the Canadian Women’s National Team at the Stade Saputo in Montreal for the first time in the tournament.
The U-17 and U-18 women’s teams will also compete.
March 19: The men’s national team will travel to Argentina to face Colombia.
March 20: The women’s national teams of the United States, Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea will play in a three-game exhibition against Russia, England and France.
March 22: The Women’s U-23 World Cup begins with a pair of matches against Japan.
March 23: The USA and the women’s U.s. men’s team will play the first game of a pair.
March 25: The US women will play Germany in an exhibition match at Stanford Stadium in Palo Alto, California.
March 26: The Americans will play Mexico in a friendly match at Boca Raton Stadium in Miami.
March 27: The match against Mexico will be the first of the three games.
March 29: The players and coaches of the USA and Mexico will meet in the third and final World Cup qualifier for the women.
March 30: The teams will face each other in a World Cup qualifying round match.
March 31: The Men’s National Soccer Team will travel out to Costa Rica to take on Costa Rican club FC Porto.
March 32: The final match of the group stage of the U20 Women’s Olympic qualifying tournament in Rio de Janeiro.
March 33: The team that advances to the knockout stage will play host to Mexico in the first leg of the CONCACAF Gold Cup.
March 34: The last two games of the qualifying round will be played in Mexico.
March 35: The tournament will end with the final match against Argentina in San Pedro Sula, Guanajuato.