Tottenham Hotspur have accepted an invitation to join three Spanish sides in the Ramon de Carranza Trophy next month.
The four-team tournament is in its 65th year but being contested by women’s teams for the first time, with Real Betis, Athletic Bilbao and CD Tacón the other entrants.
Bilbao and CD Tacón –recently bought out by Real Madrid – will contest the first semi-final on 12 August, with the latter including their first new signing in Kosovare Asllani.
The following day sees Spurs face Real Betis, who finished sixth in the Spanish top flight last season.
The final is on 14 August, with all matches at the Ramon de Carranza Stadium in Cadiz.