English Women's Super League

The Football Association’s desire for strong free-to-air coverage means the BBC will pay substantially less per match than pay-television partner Sky in the latest domestic cycle of England’s Women’s Super League.

The English Football Association is said to be close to agreeing a deal that would see public-service broadcaster the BBC retain rights to the Women’s Super League.

The English FA is thought to have achieved a robust fee for rights to the top-tier Women’s Super League in the first domestic rights tender for the property.

Pay-television broadcaster Sky is said to be in prime position to secure UK rights to football's top-tier Women’s Super League.

Canadian pay-television broadcaster Sportsnet began broadcasting matches from the FA Women’s Super League on Saturday as part of an exclusive rights agreement negotiated shortly before the start of the 2…

Agency Pitch International did not face serious competition in the English FA’s tender for international Women’s Super League media rights, SportBusiness Media understands.

Sky Mexico, the pay-TV broadcaster, has acquired rights to England’s Women’s Super League in a three-year deal.

Nordic Entertainment (Nent) Group has acquired rights in the Nordic region to the top-tier women’s football leagues in England, France and Germany; two Uefa Euro 2021 qualifiers; and French champions O…

The English Football Association has announced that it will launch a new OTT platform focused specifically on women’s football.