The Barclays FA Women’s Super League has a new home this season on air sports with up up to 35 games shown exclusively live. The deal covers the next three seasons and has the WSL. seen added to Sky Sports’ flagship offerings.
This Friday September 3rd is the Barclays FA Women’s Super League air on air sports for the first time with coverage from 7 p.m for kick-off at 7:45 p.m.off between Manchester United and Reading FC on Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401) and Sky Sports Premier League (channel 402).
The current Sky Sports Barclays FA WSL presenter line-up is led by presenter Caroline Barker and includes pundit Karen Carney and reporter Lynsey Hooper with commentators Jacqui Oatley and Seb Hutchinson. Jessica Creighton will also be the host of the brand new Within the WSL show due to prime minister on 9 Sept.
By world-class stars like Lucy Bronze and Vivianne Miedema, to the endless rivalry of the ‘big three’ – Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester City – there are plenty of reasons to be excited for the 2021-22 season on Air sports.
Here is how until follow the WSL on air sports…
air sports – All 35 games will be available via Sky Sports’ flagship channels including Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Football and Sky Sports Main Event.
Sky Sports News – Running 24 hours one day, seven days a week Barclays FA WSL fans can enjoy Sky Sports News (channel 409) rolling editorial coverage of the league and its storylines throughout the season.
Within the WSL – Presented by award-winning announcer and journalist Jessica Creighton, Within the WSL is an extensive round-up of everything over Barclays FA Women’s Super League and women’s football. Broadcast weekly from Thursday 9 September on Sky Sports Premier League, the half an hour show shall review and preview matches, Involving in-in-depth analysis and exclusive player Job interviews. Viewers can expect gripping behind the scenes access as well as a summary of all action both on and off the field.
Within in the WSL
Thursday 9 September 6.30 pm
Sky Sports Social – next coverage and visibility for the league in all Sky Sports’ main social media channels, a new custom twitter channel @SkySportsWSL will be the home of all Barclays FA WSL content on Air sports.
Air Showcase – All Sky customers will benefit from being able to watch the opening weekend fixtures on Sky Showcase (channel 106) without a Sky Sports subscription. This new brand channel is designed to curate some of the top shows, movies and sports of all Sky channels and will be Sky Sports’ coverage of Manchester United vs Reading on Friday September 3rd at 7pm, followed by Arsenal vs Chelsea on Sunday September at 11:30 a.m for the opening weekend.
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The history of the WSL
- Apr 2011 – The Inaugural WSL Season begins with an eight-team league played in the summer.
- Begin 2014 – AN second league, WSL 2, is added with one team relegated from the top level, WSL 1.
- Dec 2014 – WSL 1 extended to 10 teams while teams of the third tier – the Women’s Premier League – could earn promotion to WSL 2.
- july 2016 – WSL campaigns move back to a winter season in line with the traditional English football calendar.
- February to May 2017 – The FA WSL Spring Series is played to bridge the gap between summer and winter seasons. Each team played against each other with Chelsea win WSL 1 and Everton win WSL 2.
- season 2017/18 – WSL 1 returns back to be called the Women’s Super League.
- season 2018/19 – The WSL becomes a fully-fledged professional league and expanded to 11 teams. Each club need to reapply for their license, comply with the mandatory requirements of a contract of at least 16 hours for players and set up a youth academy. Brighton and West Ham are added to the top layer. WSL 2 is renamed the Women’s Championship.
- season 2019/20 – The WSL is being expanded again up to 12 teams. Man Utd and Tottenham are promoted from the Championship, Yeovil Town are relegated. Due to Covid-19, the season is ended early and decided on points-per-game. Chelsea is crowned champions with Liverpool were relegated.
WSL: Arsenal vs Chelsea opener live on Sky
Sky Sports has its first selection of Super League Women games, with Arsenal to play Chelsea in a blockbuster encounter on Sunday Sept 5
Sky wants show all 12 clubs in the first five rounds of action and kicks off with Manchester United vs Reading on Friday September 3 for champions Chelsea travels to the Emirates to play rivals Arsenal two days later.
if one of the most competitive leagues, with some of the most famous names and teams in the world, the WSL becomes one of Sky Sports’ flagship offering.
Confirmed WSL fixtures live on air sports
Friday September 3 -Manchester United vs reading, kick-off 7:45 pm
Sunday September 5 -Arsenal vs Chelsea, kick-off 12.30 pm
Saturday 11 September – West Ham vs Aston Villa, kick-off 11:30 a.m.
Sunday September 12 – Manchester City vs Tottenham, kick-off 6.45 pm
Saturday September 25 – Everton vs Birmingham, kick-off 11:30 a.m.
Sunday 26 September -Arsenal vs Manchester City, kick-off 6.45 pm
Saturday October 2 – Chelsea vs Brighton, kick-off 11:30 a.m.
sunday 3 october – Birmingham vs Manchester United, kick-off 6.45 pm
Sunday 9 October – Chelsea vs Leicester, kick-off 12.30 pm
Sunday 9 October -Arsenal vs Everton, kick-off 3 p.m.
WSL on Sky: Big names, derby days and inspiring girls
By world-class stars like Lucy Bronze and Vivianne Miedema, until competitive derby days there are enough of reasons to be excited over The Barclays FA Women’s Super League on Sky sports this season…
Here we look at why you should look at the WSL on air sports…
Also on air sports…
In addition to the 35 Barclays FA WSL matches, Sky will show 128 matches from the premier league, with the top pick match every weekend. In the EFL, Sky Sports show 138 matches all the way both to the Play-offs and the best of the Carabao cup. In Scotland, Sky Sports show at least 48 matches of the Scottish Premiership.
Also, for the first time Sky Sports will show the best of German football. The Bundesliga is live on air sports for the next four Seasons, with the likes of Borussia Dortmund duo Erling Haaland and Jude Bellingham on show.
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