Women’s Super League: How to watch all WSL games in 2022/23 season

With the Women’s Super League (WSL) returning this weekend, here is how to watch all the matches in what promises to be an exhilarating season.

Following the Lionesses’ unbelievable victory at the Euros, interest in the women’s game is at an all-time high. Therefore, many new fans may be drawn to the WSL.

The 2022/23 season has a number of star-studded sides vying to take the crown. Will Chelsea be able to make it four WSL titles in a row, after snatching the crown from Arsenal on the last day? Or will the Gunners be able to overcome their city rivals?

Meanwhile, Manchester City, who finished third last season, are certainly a threat to the current top two. They will be looking to bounce back from European disappointment, though. Real Madrid knocked City out of the Champions League, with former Man City player Caroline Weir getting the deciding goal.

Elsewhere, the WSL welcomes Liverpool back to the league following their promotion last season.

As excitement builds ahead of 2022/23, how are you able to watch the Women’s Super League this season?

Women’s Super League: How to watch

The WSL will be available to view across three different services.

Firstly, Sky Sports will exclusively show two fixtures each week on a variety of different channels. For opening weekend, Spurs vs Man United will be on the Sky Sports Main Event, Premier League, Ultra HDR, and Showcase channels. This clash kicks off at 12.30pm on Saturday, September 10.

Then, on Sunday, Man City vs Arsenal makes for a mouth-watering game on the same channels, at 7pm.

Additionally, BBC will show one fixture per week for 2022/23 as part of their three-year TV rights deal. Their first showing is a London derby between Chelsea and West Ham, kicking off at 12.30pm on Sunday. This will be on BBC Two, and will also be available to watch on BBC iPlayer.

Finally, the FA have a streaming service where you can see all the other matches that Sky and BBC won’t show on the weekends. Titled FA Player, it is free to sign up for and means you can catch all the action not being shown on TV.

But what if you miss the live games?

BBC have a dedicated highlights show. “The Women’s Football Show” is on every Sunday where there are fixtures. This weekend, the highlights show starts at 9.55pm on BBC One.

Live televised fixtures in September

Saturday, September 10

  • Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United – 12.30pm, Sky Sports

Sunday, September 11

  • Chelsea vs West Ham – 12.30pm, BBC
  • Manchester City vs Arsenal – 7pm, Sky Sports

Sunday, September 18

  • Aston Villa vs Manchester City – 12.30pm, BBC
  • Liverpool vs Chelsea – 6.45pm, Sky Sports

Saturday, September 24

  • Arsenal vs Tottenham Hotspur – 1.30pm, BBC

Sunday, September 25

  • Chelsea vs Manchester City – 4pm, Sky Sports
  • Liverpool vs Everton – 6.45pm,  Sky Sports

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