Women's Champions League: BT Sport to broadcast action from Chelsea and Manchester City’s campaigns

BT Sport will broadcast the two-legged Last 16 clashes - Man City v Fiorentina & Chelsea v Atletico Madrid.

Published: 27 February 2021 - 4.52pm
Man City Women and Chelsea Women in Champions League action

BT Sport are thrilled to announce we will broadcast action from Chelsea and Manchester City’s UEFA Women’s Champions League Last-16 clashes.

With both Chelsea and Man City yet to claim the elusive trophy, BT Sport will follow the Women's Super League sides' progress in Europe as they bid to make the quarter-finals.

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First up, comes a tantalising tie between Man City and Italian powerhouses Fiorentina with the first leg at the Etihad Campus taking place on March 3 at 4.30pm. 

Gareth Taylor's side are bidding to go one better this season having been eliminated by Toni Duggan's Atletico Madrid in the last 16 in 2019/20. The return leg will be shown on March 11.

Following the conclusion of Fiorentina v Man City, BT Sport turn their attentions to Emma Hayes' Chelsea and their clash with Atletico.

Broadcast Details

Fiorentina v Man City - March 3, 4.30pm (KO 4.45pm) on BT Sport 2HD

Chelsea v Atletico Madrid - March 3, 6.45pm (KO 7pm) on BT Sport 2HD

Atletico Madrid v Chelsea - March 10, 12.15pm (KO 12.30pm) on BT Sport 2HD

Man City v Fiorentina - March 11, 12.45pm (KO 1pm) on BT Sport 1HD

The Blues will be confident of a result as the Spanish giants have so far failed to trouble Barcelona for a top spot in the league, and currently find themselves outside the European places. The return leg will take place on 10th March.

No English side has won the Women's Champions League since Arsenal's victorious campaign in 2006/07.

The current holders are Lyon, who have emerged as the dominant force in women's football with five consecutive wins of Europe's most prestigious trophy.

Presented by BT Sport's lead women's football presenter, Clare Balding, coverage will feature expert comment from former England international Claire Rafferty and other invited guests.