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Come and watch the star players from the FIFA Women’s World Cup right on your doorstep in the Barclays Women’s Super League. You won’t see more players in any other league than ours.
WATCH THE BARCLAYS WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP THIS WEEKEND
Find out more about the 2023-24 fixture schedule, where you can watch and how to buy tickets to attend.
Where Greatness Lives
Nikki Doucet appointed as NewCo CEO
The Barclays Women’s Super League and Barclays Women’s Championship clubs have unanimously agreed to proceed with the formation of a new organisation (NewCo) to lead the women’s professional game into a new era. NewCo, an independent body where each club who participates in the top two tiers of women’s football acts as shareholders, will be […]
Chelsea stay unbeaten while Mead is back among the goals
Fresh from their impressive midweek Champions League success, Chelsea continued their charge at the top of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League table with victory over Leicester City while Beth Mead got back to scoring ways. The reigning champions beat the Foxes 5-2 and now have 28 goals in eight games to sit three points […]
Where to watch the Barclays Women’s Super League in 2023-24
Fans can tune in to watch the Barclays Women’s Super League across the world during the 2023-24, whether via one of our regional broadcast partners or through The FA Player. Ahead of each week, you find out where and when each game will be shown below but for details on which channels you can watch […]
22-23 LEAGUE HIGHLIGHTS
The leagues in numbers
THE FA WOMEN’S CONTINENTAL TYRES LEAGUE CUP
The FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup is the cup competition for our top two professional leagues. Featuring all 24 Barclays WSL and Barclays WC clubs, the competition kicks off with group stages split into north and south regions, before the knockout rounds begin with the quarter-finals onwards.
The 2022-23 Season Final was a record-breaking fixture, as over 19,000 fans watched eventual winners Arsenal take on Chelsea at Selhurst Park.