Scotland's women will meet their Auld Enemy counterparts, New Zealand and Italy in Group A when they travel to Cyprus in March for the sixth annual Cyprus Women's Cup. 8 March is the date for the meeting between the neighbours and it will be the first time the two sides have met since Kim Little scored in the 2-0 win at the 2011 tournament when she picked up her 50th cap. The Cyprus Women's Cup, organised by Scotland, England and The Netherlands in partnership with Cyprus Tourism Organisation and Erinor Tours, is established as an important event in the women's football calendar. It started in 2008 with six teams, and has now doubled in size to include 12 teams over three groups. UEFA also use the tournament to provide training and development for female referees. This year's tournament runs from 6-13 March in Nicosia, Larnaca and Paralimni.