Every fixture across the Barclays FA WSL and FA Women’s Championship at the end of March will be screened live.
With the international break taking place for the men’s Premier League and Championship (27-28 March), the top two women’s divisions will be broadcast across the weekend, with the first match starting as early as 11.30am on Saturday morning on The FA Player – Manchester United v West Ham United – right through to 6.30pm on Sunday, with Liverpool and Blackburn bringing the action to a close. The kick-off times of matches in the Barclays FA WSL will be staggered across the two days.
The BBC and BT Sport will also be screening fixtures, with the BBC Red Button showing Manchester City v Reading on Saturday at 5.30pm, and BT Sport 3 broadcasting Aston Villa against Chelsea on Sunday at 2.30pm.
Just before City host the Royals on Saturday, Spurs will welcome Arsenal to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium at 3.30pm, a match you can watch live on the FA Player.
It’s not all about the Barclays FA WSL, however, with some big ties in the Championship with currently unbeaten Durham welcoming Sheffield United on the opening Sunday match, and a capital derby between London City Lionesses and Charlton Athletic.
In total, eleven matches will be screened live across the weekend, with at least 990 minutes of action for fans to tune into and enjoy.
*FA Player unless stated otherwise
Saturday 27 March 2021
Manchester United v West Ham United – 11.30am
Tottenham Hotspur v Arsenal – 3.30pm
Manchester City v Reading (BBC RB) – 5.30pm
Sunday 28 March 2021
Barclays FA Women’s Super league
Brighton & Hove Albion v Everton- 12.30pm
Chelsea v Aston Villa (BT Sport 3) – 2.30pm
Birmingham City v Bristol City – 4pm
FA Women’s Championship
Durham v Sheffield United – 12pm
Leicester City v Coventry United – 1pm
Lewes v London Bees – 2.30pm
London City Lionesses v Charlton Athletic – 4.30pm
Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers – 6.30pm