WSL 2021-22: How can you follow coverage on the BBC?

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Alex Scott and Gabby Logan are leading BBC Sport's WSL team of presenters.

As part of its coverage of the 2021-22 Women’s Super League season, the BBC will broadcast the first ever domestic women’s game on television.

As part of the 22 live WSL matches, Everton v Manchester City will be broadcast on BBC One on Saturday.

The campaign will begin Friday with live coverage from Manchester United against Reading on BBC Sport.

Live coverage of Sunday's London derby between Arsenal & Chelsea will be available on BBC Radio 5 Live, and Brighton v West Ham can be viewed on the BBC Sport app and website.

The Women's Football Show will conclude the weekend with all the highlights of the opening round, which will be broadcast on BBC One at 22:30 BST.

After a busy summer, Alex Scott, Gabby Logan and Kelly Somers have returned to BBC's coverage.

Reshmin Chowdhury will join them on Match of the Day Live and the Women's Football Show.

The televised fixtures will be analyzed by Fara Williams, England's most-capped footballer, former goalkeeper Rachel Brown Finnis and Everton player Rachel Brown-Finnis.

Fran Kirby and Sam Kerr will help Chelsea defend their WSL title, which they won in 2020-21

Robyn Cowen will lead the commentary team, along with Vicki Sparks & Jonathan Pearce.

Ex-england players Williams, Brown, Finnis, Sue Smith and Stephen Warnock will provide analysis and insight as co-commentators throughout the season.

BBC One, BBC Two, and BBC iPlayer will broadcast one live game each round. The BBC will broadcast exclusively the Women's FA Cup. This includes all domestic WSL action. It will conclude the 2020-21 competition in the autumn, and the 2021-22 competition in the spring.

Live coverage of the WSL on the BBC


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