Manchester United has been selected across November’s three rounds of Women’s Super League fixtures as the latest TV details is confirmed.
Utd’s trip to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday 7 November has been selected for live TV coverage on BBC Two, with kick-off scheduled for 12:15pm GMT.
BBC will then televise Utd’s home match against current league leaders, Arsenal on Sunday 21 November with kick-off confirmed for 12:15pm GMT live on BBC Two, as two of the title contenders collide at Leigh Sport Village.
During the men’s international break, BBC will televise a blockbuster North London derby as Tottenham host Arsenal on Saturday 13 November in a 1:30pm kick-off exclusively live on BBC One.
Sky will meanwhile air four matches across November with their headline match seeing Manchester City host Chelsea at Academy Stadium at 3pm on Sunday 14 November in a double-header, preceded by Man Utd’s trip to Everton in a 12:30pm kick-off.
Arsenal’s trip to West Ham will take place in Sunday Night Football slot on 7 November with kick-off at Meadow Park confirmed for 6:45pm GMT, whilst their latest selection concludes on Saturday 20 November as Man City face Aston Villa in a 11:30am kick-off at Academy Stadium.
Elsewhere, BBC have confirmed their broadcast details for the semi-finals of 2020-21 FA Cup on Sunday 31 October, as Man City face Chelsea in a 12:45pm kick-off live on BBC One before Arsenal host Brighton later that day from 4:45pm live on BBC Two.
|Sunday 7 November||Tottenham v Manchester United||BBC Two||12:15pm|
|Sunday 7 November||Arsenal v West Ham||Sky Sports||6:45pm|
|Saturday 13 November||Tottenham v Arsenal||BBC One||1:30pm|
|Sunday 14 November||Everton v Manchester United||Sky Sports||12:30pm|
|Sunday 14 November||Manchester City v Chelsea||Sky Sports||3:00pm|
|Saturday 20 November||Manchester City v Aston Villa||Sky Sports||11:30am|
|Sunday 21 November||Manchester United v Arsenal||BBC Two||12:15pm|