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Saturday, 18/05/2024
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Arsenal Women Brighton Women
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Bristol City Women Everton Women
  • The FA Player
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Man Utd Women Chelsea Women
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Leicester Women Liverpool Women
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Tottenham Women West Ham Women
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Aston Villa Women Man City Women
Wednesday, 15/05/2024
19:15
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Tottenham Women Chelsea Women
Sunday, 05/05/2024
14:00
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Liverpool Women Man Utd Women
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14:15
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Man City Women Arsenal Women
15:00
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West Ham Women Leicester Women
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18:45
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Chelsea Women Bristol City Women
Saturday, 04/05/2024
12:00
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Everton Women Tottenham Women
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13:00
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Brighton Women Aston Villa Women
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Wednesday, 01/05/2024
19:00
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Liverpool Women Chelsea Women
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Sunday, 28/04/2024
12:30
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Everton Women Arsenal Women
  • BBC iPlayer
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  • BBC Two
14:00
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Tottenham Women Brighton Women
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14:00
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Aston Villa Women West Ham Women
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15:00
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Leicester Women Man Utd Women
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18:45
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Bristol City Women Man City Women
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Sunday, 21/04/2024
12:00
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Man Utd Women Tottenham Women
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  • MUTV
14:00
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Arsenal Women Leicester Women
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14:15
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Man City Women West Ham Women
Saturday, 20/04/2024
12:30
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Bristol City Women Liverpool Women
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Friday, 19/04/2024
19:00
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Brighton Women Everton Women
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Wednesday, 17/04/2024
19:00
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Chelsea Women Aston Villa Women
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Sunday, 14/04/2024
18:45
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Arsenal Women Bristol City Women
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Sunday, 31/03/2024
12:00
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Man Utd Women Everton Women
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15:00
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West Ham Women Brighton Women
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Saturday, 30/03/2024
12:30
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Liverpool Women Man City Women
  • Sky Sports
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12:30
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Aston Villa Women Leicester Women
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Sunday, 24/03/2024
13:00
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Everton Women Liverpool Women
  • The FA Player
14:00
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Bristol City Women Tottenham Women
  • The FA Player
15:00
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Leicester Women Brighton Women
  • The FA Player
16:30
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West Ham Women Chelsea Women
  • Sky Showcase
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18:45
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Aston Villa Women Arsenal Women
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Saturday, 23/03/2024
12:30
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Man City Women Man Utd Women
  • BBC iPlayer
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  • BBC One
Sunday, 17/03/2024
12:00
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Liverpool Women West Ham Women
  • The FA Player
12:00
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Man Utd Women Bristol City Women
  • The FA Player
  • MUTV
12:30
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Brighton Women Man City Women
  • BBC iPlayer
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  • BBC Two
14:00
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Tottenham Women Leicester Women
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Saturday, 16/03/2024
13:00
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Everton Women Aston Villa Women
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Friday, 15/03/2024
19:00
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Chelsea Women Arsenal Women
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Sunday, 03/03/2024
12:30
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Arsenal Women Tottenham Women
  • BBC
  • BBC iPlayer
  • BBC Sports
  • BBC Two
14:00
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Bristol City Women Brighton Women
  • The FA Player
14:00
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Aston Villa Women Liverpool Women
  • The FA Player
15:00
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West Ham Women Man Utd Women
  • The FA Player
18:00
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Leicester Women Chelsea Women
  • Sky Sports
  • Sky Showcase
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  • Sky Sports Main Event
  • Sky Sports Premier League
  • Sky Sports Football
Saturday, 02/03/2024
12:00
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Man City Women Everton Women
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Sunday, 18/02/2024
14:00
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Tottenham Women Aston Villa Women
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STATISTICAL DATA OF FA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE ON TV IN UNITED KINGDOM

Up until today, 18/06/2024, and since this website started collecting statistical data on when and where matches of Fútbol of FA Women's Super League in United Kingdom, which was on 24/03/2016, the following data is shown:

There have been 722 televised matches, of which 612 matches have been on free-to-air TV and 110 on pay-per-view TV.

The television channels that have most frequently broadcast matches of this championship are as follows: The FA Player (523), Sky Sports Premier League (89), BBC iPlayer (88), Sky Showcase (88), Sky Sports Football (79).

Additionally, during this time, the team that has received the most media coverage, gathering the highest number of different channels for all its FA Women's Super League matches, has been Liverpool Women with a total of 27 channels, followed by Man City Women (26), Arsenal Women (25), Chelsea Women (24), Brighton Women (22).

STATISTICAL DATA OF TELEVISED MATCHES OF FA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE IN OTHER COUNTRIES

Argentina Argentina, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Bolivia Bolivia, statistical data from 02/04/2022 until today:

- 247 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 121 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Star+, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Brasil Brasil, statistical data from 03/09/2021 until today:

- 293 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 167 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN, ESPN 4, ESPN 2.

Canada Canada, statistical data from 05/09/2020 until today:

- 317 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 135 have been available for free viewing and 182 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Sportsnet World, Sportsnet Now, Sportsnet One, Sportsnet.

Chile Chile, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Colombia Colombia, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Costa Rica Costa Rica, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Danmark Danmark, statistical data from 27/03/2022 until today:

- 125 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 125 on pay channels.
- Viaplay.dk is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Viaplay.dk, TV3 Max, TV3 Sport, Allente.

Deutschland Deutschland, statistical data from 05/09/2020 until today:

- 299 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 139 have been available for free viewing and 160 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, OneFootball PPV, Sky Sports Premier League, DAZN, Sky Go.

Ecuador Ecuador, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

El Salvador El Salvador, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

España España, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 608 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 555 have been available for free viewing and 53 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, DAZN, DAZN App Gratis, DAZN Women's Football YouTube, DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube.

France France, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 502 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 502 have been available for free viewing and 0 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player.

Guatemala Guatemala, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Honduras Honduras, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Italia Italia, statistical data from 05/09/2020 until today:

- 267 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 158 have been available for free viewing and 109 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, DAZN, ata football, DAZN Women's Football YouTube, DAZN UEFA Women's Champions League Youtube.

México México, statistical data from 05/09/2021 until today:

- 8 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 8 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Nicaragua Nicaragua, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Norge Norge, statistical data from 27/03/2022 until today:

- 129 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 129 on pay channels.
- Viaplay.no is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Viaplay.no, Viasport 2, Viasport 3, Allente, Viasport +.

Österreich Österreich, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 600 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 506 have been available for free viewing and 94 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sport Mix, Sky Sport Top Event, Sky X.

Panamá Panamá, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Paraguay Paraguay, statistical data from 02/04/2022 until today:

- 247 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 121 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Star+, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Perú Perú, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

Portugal Portugal, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 502 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 502 have been available for free viewing and 0 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player.

Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland, statistical data from 24/03/2016 until today:

- 722 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 612 have been available for free viewing and 110 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Sky Sports Premier League, BBC iPlayer, Sky Sports Football, BBC Sports.

República Dominicana República Dominicana, statistical data from 07/09/2019 until today:

- 79 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 79 on pay channels.
- SKY Sports is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: SKY Sports, Star+.

Suomi Suomi, statistical data from 27/03/2022 until today:

- 97 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 0 have been available for free viewing and 97 on pay channels.
- Elisa Viihde is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Elisa Viihde, Viaplay.fi, V Sport2 Suomi, V Sport+ Suomi, V Sport1.

Sverige Sverige, statistical data from 27/03/2022 until today:

- 129 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 21 have been available for free viewing and 108 on pay channels.
- Viaplay.se is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Viaplay.se, V Sport Football, V Sport Premium, TV10, V Sport Extra.

Uruguay Uruguay, statistical data from 11/02/2022 until today:

- 254 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 128 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

USA USA, statistical data from 10/10/2020 until today:

- 299 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 135 have been available for free viewing and 164 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player, Paramount+, NBC Sports App, ata football, CBSSN.

Venezuela Venezuela, statistical data from 12/03/2022 until today:

- 252 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 126 have been available for free viewing and 126 on pay channels.
- Star+ is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: Star+, The FA Player, ESPN 3, ESPN 2, ESPN Extra.

России России, statistical data from 16/09/2022 until today:

- 135 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 135 have been available for free viewing and 0 on pay channels.
- The FA Player is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: The FA Player.

日本 日本, statistical data from 03/12/2022 until today:

- 95 matches aired from FA Women's Super League.
- 15 have been available for free viewing and 80 on pay channels.
- DAZN is the channel that has broadcasted it the most.
- The TVs that have broadcasted it live the most times are: DAZN, DAZN Women's Football YouTube.

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At this time, there are no live televised FA Women's Super League events but we show you a history with the TV guide of the last broadcast seen on television.

We will update this FA Women's Super League agenda on TV when we receive confirmation from official media of the next live televised events of FA Women's Super League.

Since the beginning of this website, 722 live televised events have been published.

The first event published was on 24 March 2016 and the channel that broadcast FA Women's Super League matches the most times was The FA Player with a total of 523.

The FA Women's Super League is the most important league for women's football in England. It was created in 2010 by the Football Association and replaced the National Premier League.

Currently, the competition is made up of 12 teams. The top finishers get access to the next edition of the UEFA Women's Champions League.

The intention of the organizers was to make a professional league from the beginning, but in November 2010 it was confirmed as semi-professional. In this way, only some of the best players could dedicate themselves full time to soccer.

The 2011 FA Women’s Super League season included a mid-season hiatus to allow the players chosen for the England national team to prepare for the World Cup. Until 2017, the competition was only played during the spring and summer months.

In addition to the FA Women’s Super League, there is another tournament called the FA Women’s Super League Cup. It has a group stage format and then knockouts to decide the champion. In 2014 the competition was played after finishing the league. Since 2015, both are disputed in parallel.

The Football Association announced in September 2017 a reform of the league to expand the participants of the first two divisions of women's football. Looking ahead to the 2018-19 campaign, he definitely became professional.

Each team can have a maximum of up to 23 players on the squad. As in men's football, foreign female footballers need to obtain a work permit in order to join the clubs and take part in the competition.

To balance the difference in level between the teams, since 2013 a salary limit system has been included in the FA Women's Super League regulations.

Arsenal won the inaugural season in 2011. The Gunners obtained 32 points from 14 games and finished at the top of the standings ahead of rivals such as Birmingham City, Everton, Lincoln Ladies, Bristol Academy, Chelsea, Doncaster Rovers Belles and Liverpool. A success that they also repeated in the following campaign, being the first club in history to successfully defend the title.

The first games of the FA Women’s Super League on television were seen on BBC, the fa player... Over the years, live coverage expanded until it was possible to see, either through conventional channels or through streaming, the vast majority of meetings.