FA Women's Super League

UK pay-television broadcaster Sky and public broadcaster the BBC have finalised their short-term domestic rights extension for the Women's Super League, covering the 2024-25 season only

Domestic broadcast coverage of England’s Women’s Super League is set to remain on pay-television broadcaster Sky and public broadcaster the BBC in one-season extensions.

Sports executive Andrea Ekblad has joined the Football Association as ‘Broadcast Lead - Women’s Professional Game’, in a role that covers the top two tiers of women’s football in England, the Women’s Super Lea…

A major review of women's football in England has recommended a series of changes to the governance of the game with its author, the former international Karen Carney, claiming that the sport could become…

The first four months of 2023 brought record TV viewership for women’s sport in the UK, according to the Women’s Sport Trust. Citing data from Futures Sport & Entertainment, the Trust said 20.6 m

Indian digital platform FanCode has secured exclusive streaming rights in India to the FA Women's Super League. FanCode will show 20 select matches this season and 57 matches in the 2023-24 season

Subscription sports broadcaster DAZN has launched a new package in Spain dedicated to women’s football. Entitled DAZN Victoria, the new package is priced at €9.99 ($10.73) per month.

DAZN has taken a further stop towards its aim of establishing itself the global home of women’s football with a deal to show the FA Women’s Super League and Women’s FA Cup in Spain, Italy, Japan and other territories from 2022-23 to 2023-24.

Streaming platform DAZN has secured rights to show the FA Women's Super League and Women's FA Cup in Spain, Italy, Japan and other territories for two seasons, from 2022-23 to 2023-24

Pay-television broadcaster Sky has widened its commitment to the Women’s Super League by acquiring rights to the top tier of English women’s club football in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.