Live matches guide on The FA Player

Sunday, 31 October 2021
14:00
FA Women's Championship
Charlton Athletic Women
Sunderland Women
The FA Player
Wednesday, 03 November 2021
19:00
FA Women's League Cup
Leicester Women
Everton Women
The FA Player
Saturday, 06 November 2021
12:30
FA Women's Super League
Aston Villa Women
Chelsea Women
The FA Player
15:00
FA Women's Super League
Arsenal Women
West Ham Women
The FA Player
Sunday, 07 November 2021
13:00
FA Women's Super League
Everton Women
Brighton Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Birmingham Women
Reading Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Leicester Women
Man City Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Tottenham Women
Man Utd Women
The FA Player
Sunday, 14 November 2021
13:00
FA Women's Super League
Everton Women
Man Utd Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Birmingham Women
Aston Villa Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Brighton Women
Leicester Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Man City Women
Chelsea Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Tottenham Women
Arsenal Women
The FA Player
15:00
FA Women's Super League
West Ham Women
Reading Women
The FA Player
Sunday, 21 November 2021
12:00
FA Women's Super League
Man Utd Women
Arsenal Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Chelsea Women
Birmingham Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Man City Women
Aston Villa Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Reading Women
Brighton Women
The FA Player
14:00
FA Women's Super League
Leicester Women
Everton Women
The FA Player
15:00
FA Women's Super League
West Ham Women
Tottenham Women
The FA Player
Right now on The FA Player there are 20 live televised matches on 3 different competitions. The next match you will be able to enjoy is Charlton Athletic Women - Sunderland Women on FA Women's Championship which will be played next 31 October 2021 at 15:00.

The FA Player is a platform that broadcasts exclusively through streaming on the Internet owned by the Football Association.

The first broadcasts of the channel date from 2019 and its function is to televise matches, mainly, of women's football competitions in England such as the FA Women's Super League. On the platform you can also access summaries other content such as summaries.

On some occasions, the channel has broadcast matches from the first rounds of the FA Cup.

You can enjoy The FA Player from mobile devices by downloading its official application for Android or iOS.

The signal from The FA Player can also be consumed through devices or applications such as Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, Chromecast or Amazon Firestick.

In addition to the UK, The FA Player can be seen from other countries. In some areas, the Football Association has reached agreements with television networks to sell them their content, as is the case in the United States, Canada, Germany or Italy.

The Football Association was founded in 1863 and is the oldest federation in history. It is based at Wembley Stadium. His role was decisive in drawing up the rules of football.