BBC, Sky Sports extends Women’s Super League partnership for 2024/25

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Thursday 11 April 2024
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The BBC and Sky Sports have announced an extension to broadcast Women’s Super League for the 2024/25 season.

Sky Sports will show up to 44 matches, while a minimum of 18 of the BBC’s 22 live games will remain on BBC One and BBC Two.

“It’s a hugely exciting time for women’s football in this country,” said Jonathan Licht, Sky Sports Managing Director.

“Extending our partnership with the Women’s Super League with more matches than any other broadcaster is fantastic news for Sky Sports customers.

“Audiences have increased hugely over recent years and we’re proud of our contribution to the growth of the game and women’s sport more broadly, showing 70% of all live action last year on our channels.”

Manchester City currently sit top of the WSL just three points ahead of 6 time winners, Chelsea.

Philip Bernie, Interim Director of BBC Sport, added: “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.”

The 2024/25 starts the weekend of 21-22 September 2024 and finish over 10-11 May 2025.