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BBC Sport has confirmed a rights extension to broadcast the Women’s Super League for the 2024/25 season, meaning fans can continue to watch live matches across free-to-air platforms from September this year.

Following BBC Sport’s ground-breaking 3-year rights deal in 2021, a minimum of 18 of the BBC’s 22 live games will remain on BBC One and BBC Two, ensuring the women’s game is accessible to the biggest possible audience. All matches will be shown on BBC iPlayer.

Philip Bernie, Interim Director of BBC Sport, said: “Women's football has reached unprecedented heights, with the Lionesses' huge international successes at the Women's Euros and World Cup, and a terrific contest for this season’s WSL title. We are pleased that BBC Sport will continue to showcase the great excitement of our domestic league by extending our partnerships with the Women’s Super League.”

Alongside live match day coverage, regular highlights continue on The Women’s Football Show and across the BBC Sport Website and app, plus goals and clips are available on BBC Sport’s social channels.

BBC Radio 5 Live commentary will be available on selected games, and the Women’s Football Weekly podcast offers expert analysis and news from Ben Haines and Lioness Ellen White.

The Women’s Super League is part of a huge year for sport on the BBC, strengthening its position as the most-used sports broadcaster in the UK, providing audiences with unparalleled cross-platform coverage and an unmatched portfolio of free-to-air sports rights.


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