Wednesday, December 7, 2022

WSL TV picks made for November and December

Arsenal Women now know the full schedule until the Christmas break with Sky and BBC finalising their television picks.

The WSL match away at Leicester on 6th November will kickoff at 2pm and be shown live on the BBC. The home game with Manchester United at Emirates Stadium will take place on Saturday, 19th November at 5.30pm and will be shown live on Sky Sports.

The WSL fixture away at Aston Villa will kick off at 4.15pm at Villa Park on Sunday, 11th December and will be shown live on Sky Sports. The full schedule until the New Year is below. All of Arsenal’s Champions League games are shown live for free on DAZN’s YouTube channel.

Sunday, 16th October, Select Car Leasing Stadium, 6.45pm. Reading v Arsenal on Sky Sports.

Wednesday, 19th October, Groupama Stadium, 8pm. Lyon v Arsenal on DAZN.

Sunday, 23rd October, Prenton Park, 12noon. Liverpool v Arsenal on BBC.

Thursday, 27 October, Emirates Stadium, 8pm. Arsenal v FC Zurich on DAZN.

Sunday, 30 October, Meadow Park, 6.45pm. Arsenal v West Ham United on Sky Sports.

Sunday, 6 November, King Power Stadium, 2pm. Leicester City v Arsenal on BBC.

Saturday, 19 November, Emirates Stadium, 5.30pm. Arsenal v Manchester United on Sky Sports.

Thursday, 24 November, Allianz Arena, 8pm. Juventus v Arsenal on DAZN.

Saturday, 3 December, Meadow Park, 2pm. Arsenal v Everton on FA Player.

Thursday, 7 December, Emirates Stadium, 8pm. Arsenal v Juventus on DAZN.

Sunday, 11 December, Villa Park, 4.15pm. Aston Villa v Arsenal on Sky Sports.

Thursday, 15 December, Emirates Stadium, 8pm. Arsenal v Lyon on DAZN.

Wednesday, 21 December, Wexof Arena, 5.45pm. FC Zurich v Arsenal on DAZN.

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Good to see.

Noddy 81

Yay! Thanks for changing the date of the Man U game Sky….I had organised a whole bunch of people to go on the Sunday….half can’t make Saturday now…

Fun Gunner

They just don’t care about the average match day fan, do they?

Fun Gunner

Decent number of those games are on free-to-air TV -BBC and DAZN, which is great.

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