Arsenal Women’s TV selections for November have been confirmed with the current WSL leaders with all three of their WSL matches during the month selected for broadcast in the UK.
Matches will take place at the following times on the following channels
Sunday, 7th November, 6.45pm
Arsenal v West Ham United Women
Sky Sports Football
Saturday, 13th November, 1.30pm
Tottenham Hotspur Women v Arsenal
Sunday, 21st November, 12.15pm
Manchester United Women v Arsenal
Leigh Sports Village
The Gunners will also play two Champions League games against FC Koge of Denmark during the month, both of which will be streamed live on DAZN’s YouTube channel, with the away game kicking off at 5.45pm on Wednesday, 10th November and the home match taking place seven days later at Boreham Wood with an 8pm kickoff. Arsenal’s FA Cup semi-final against Brighton will take place at 4.45pm on Sunday, 31st October and also be screened live by the BBC.
For more information on how you can watch Arsenal Women online or on television all over the world, check this link.
It’s great our team are picking up the TV coverage I just wish that the organising body picked one platform and stuck with it! I already have BBC, BT TV, Netflix, Prime, DAZN, FA Player, Freesat, Freeview, iPlayer and YouTube in the house now I need to subscribe to Sky Sports too! When FA Player announced it would cover all WSL games I thought great even if we have to subscibe after a year or two I can watch them all but it seems like they can cover fewer live games because of a “deal” with BBC and SKY. Unfortunately,… Read more »
Best way to protect against that is not to subscribe to Sky, Peter – it’s too expensive and frankly not worth the money in my humble opinion.
You’ll miss a couple of games but still see the vast majority 🙂
Do you only follow the ladies bro?
Yup! Haven’t really had a huge interest in the men’s game since I gave up my season ticket in the late 1970’s. I watch the odd cup final if Arsenal are in it but not much more.
Women’s football is still how football should be but, unfortunately, the writing is on the wall!
Yes it has its own appeal but is changing all the time. It’s so frustrating when the TV coverage is on so many different platforms, I had to get BT when they got the Champions League, Sky isn’t what it used to be, you had to have it before to follow the big live games, I miss the old Soccer Saturday guys and I miss La Liga since they lost it, but I can’t justify to myself getting La Liga TV now especially now Messi has gone.
…you needed sky sports for decades to follow the men’s game. They have come to the party late in the women’s game development.
Aaargh! Sorry Irish friends who have booked their flights so that they could be at the West Ham game on Saturday 6th and return to Dublin on Sunday 7th……oops! Just another example of ” He who pays the piper calls the tune”. One of the reasons for swapping allegiances from attending Premiership games to the WSL was that one could with some certainty know on which day games were to be played and pick and choose which ones to attend. No more! Great for TV followers and for the influx of funds into the womens game but a nightmare if… Read more »
Where and when is that photo from ?
That’s Spurs’ stadium- that one tier behind one of the goals designed to imitate the yellow wall of Dortmund. It’s probably last season.
Thanks, you are right about Sp*TD Stadium. What got me thinking we’re the Hennessy, Goldie, Evens and mostly the Sox.
That must be from the August 8th 2021 friendly.
I must confess, that “wall” looks impressive…even if watching your own team team lose to us 0-4 every time 😆