Thursday, July 18, 2024

March TV picks made for WSL- three Arsenal games moved

TV selections have been announced for March’s WSL fixtures with two Arsenal fixtures moving for TV. The Gunners’ home match against Birmingham will now kick off at 12noon on Sunday, 6th March and be screened live on BBC. Arsenal’s trip to Crawley to play Brighton on 13th March has also been moved to a 6.45pm kickoff for Sky Sports.

Meanwhile, the North London derby, which will take place at Emirates Stadium, has been set for Saturday, 27th March at 2.15pm with the game being broadcast on BBC Two. That game occurs between the two legged tie against Wolfsburg in the Champions League quarter-finals. Arsenal’s full schedule for March now looks like this.

Wednesday, 2nd March, 7.45pm
Arsenal v Reading (Meadow Park)
Live on Sky Sports

Sunday, 6th March, 12noon
Arsenal v Birmingham City (Meadow Park)
Live on BBC Online and BBC iPlayer

Sunday, 13th March, 6.45pm
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Checkatrade Stadium)
Live on Sky Sports

Wednesday, 23rd March, 8pm
Arsenal v Wolfsburg (Emirates Stadium)
Live on DAZN’s YouTube channel and

Saturday, 27th March, 2.15pm
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur (Emirates Stadium)
Live on BBC Two

Thursday, 31st March, 5.45pm
Wolfsburg v Arsenal (Volkswagen Arena)
Live on DAZN’s YouTube channel and


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Sky loves an evening kick off eh….


Well there goes my Sunday there and back trip for the NLD… Off to talk to EasyJet again… this was a flight originally planned for May 2020…

Peter Story Teller

Yeah! Great the team is getting the TV coverage it deserves but I can feel your frustration. I am getting peeved that so many of our games have been snapped up by Sky when I have virtually every other free and subscription service going so I am certainly not taking out yet another subscription to watch our WSL away games.
When they announced FA Player that was great but there is hardly any of our games left on that now! It is pretty much reduced to a “catch up” service to watch the matches retrospectively.


It’s certainly been a double edged sword in that respect hasn’t it – FA Player has it’s faults but technically accessible for all – Sky Sports not so much. I’ve been lucky so far that many of the the Sky picks have been shown on Sky Showcase and I have that as part of my Virgin Media subscription. There’s no way I could justify Sky Sports as I don’t watch any other sport. I also feel that Arsenal seem to have been handed more changes to an evening kick off when Sky have picked the games, which isn’t ideal for… Read more »

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