BWSL / BWC broadcast picks for October

Manchester United and Brighton and Hove Albion first live broadcast pick
Manchester United to welcome Brighton in first live broadcast pick of round four. (Isaac Parkin/SPP)

Sky Sports and the BBC have made their broadcast selections for rounds four, five and six of the 2022/23 Barclays Women’s Super League.

Manchester United will welcome Brighton & Hove Albion at Leigh Sports Village in the first live broadcast pick of round four on Sunday 16 October. The match will be live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer and will kick-off at 12.00pm.

Later the same day, Reading will welcome the 2021-2022 league runners up, Arsenal, to the Select Car Leasing Stadium kicking off at 18:45, live on Sky Sports Football and NOW.

Round five kicks off with Tottenham Hotspur hosting Manchester City on Saturday 22 October, live on Sky Sports Premier League and NOW. The game will kick off at Brisbane Road Stadium at 11:30.

The following day on Sunday 23 October, a further two big matches will follow, with Jonas Eidevall’s Arsenal team heading to Prenton Park to face Liverpool. Live on BBC Two and BBC iPlayer, the teams will kick off at 12:00.

To round the weekend off, Brighton & Hove Albion will host the 2021-2022 Barclays WSL champions Chelsea, live on Sky Sports Football and NOW. Kick-off is at 18:45.

The final league fixtures of October will see Everton host Manchester United at Walton Hall Park on Sunday 30 October. The game will be live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer and kicks off at 14:00.

The same day Arsenal will take on West Ham in a thrilling London derby, concluding the Barclays WSL fixtures for that weekend. The game will be live on Sky Sports Football and NOW and kicks off at 18:45.

Remaining Barclays Women’s Super League matches will be streamed on The FA Player.

Fans overseas should check their local listings for broadcast details. Countries without a broadcast deal will see all matches available on The FA Player.

The Barclays Women’s Championship will also see three games selected for live broadcast on The FA Player across rounds six, seven and eight. Charlton Athletic face Blackburn Rovers on Sunday 16 October kicking off at 14:00pm. Round seven will see Birmingham City face Durham on Sunday 23 October with kick-off at 12:00. Finally, Southampton take on Sunderland concluding the live coverage of the Barclays Women’s Championship for October. Fans will be able to watch the game live on FA Player, kick-off at 12:00.

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