BT Sport and the BBC have selected their broadcast picks for January 2021 in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League.
Everton entertain Manchester United on Sunday 10 January, with the match live on the BBC Red Button, kicking-off at 12pm.
There’s a double header the following Sunday (17 January) as Manchester City host Aston Villa (BBC Red Button) at 12.30pm, before Chelsea welcome Manchester United (BT Sport) at 2.30pm.
Finally, on 24 January Arsenal will welcome West Ham United live on the BBC Red Button at 12pm.
In addition, three fixtures that will stream live on The FA Player in January from the FA Women’s Championship are; London City Lionesses v Crystal Palace (10 January), Blackburn Rovers v Lewes (17 January) and Coventry United v Charlton Athletic (24 January).
All WSL matches not chosen for broadcast will be streamed live on The FA Player, while Championship matches not selected for streaming will have highlights available the following day.
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