Women’s Super League: BT Sport announces TV fixtures for opening rounds

The 2020/21 Women's Super League season kicks off on Saturday 5 September when Aston Villa host Manchester City - live on BT Sport.

Published: 25 August 2020 - 12.08pm

The FA Women’s Super League returns to BT Sport in September with three live games across the opening two weekends of the 2020/21 season.  

Aston Villa welcome Manchester City, who were flying high before the break, to Villa Park for the curtain-raiser on Saturday 5 September. The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 HD on TV and online on from 2pm on Saturday 5 September.

The next day, Emma Hayes and Chelsea travel to Manchester United in a blockbuster match-up. The game will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 HD and online on from 2pm on Sunday 6 September.

The following weekend sees West Ham United host Arsenal in their first fixture at their new home in Dagenham and Redbridge. The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 1 HD and online on Saturday 12 August with coverage starting at 5.10pm.

More live matches to be shown on BT Sport will be announced soon.

Saturday 5 September

Fixture

Aston Villa v Manchester City

Time

2pm (2.30 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 2 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Sunday 6 September

Fixture

Manchester United v Chelsea

Time

2pm (2.30 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Saturday 12 September

Fixture

West Ham United v Chelsea

Time

5.10pm (5.20 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Date

Fixture

Time

Channel

Saturday 5 September

Aston Villa v Manchester City

2pm (2.30 KO)

BT Sport 2 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Sunday 6 September

Manchester United v Chelsea

2pm (2.30 KO)

BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Saturday 12 September

West Ham United v Chelsea

5.10pm (5.20 KO)

BT Sport 1 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Women’s Champions League

England’s sole representative Arsenal may have been knocked out, but the action continues from the Women's Champions League on BT Sport this week.

Wolfsburg, who eliminated Glasgow City, meet Barcelona in the first semi-final on Tuesday 25 August, while Paris take on all-conquering Lyon in an all-French clash in the second semi-final on Wednesday 26 August.

The final will take on Sunday 30 August at the Estadio da Luz in Lisbon.

For full broadcast details check out our What's On page.