BBC And Sky Announce WSL Broadcast Picks For October 2022

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BBC will broadcast two of Manchester United’s three Women’s Super League matches across October 2022, following confirmation of latest TV picks.

Following an international break in early October during which England will play USA at Wembley Stadium in an international friendly live on ITV on Friday 8 October, BBC will kick off the resumption of the Women’s Super League (WSL) season with Man Utd’s home clash against Brighton.

The clash at Leigh Sports Village will be broadcast live on BBC Two with kick-off scheduled for 12pm BST.

BBC will also broadcast Man Utd’s trip to Everton on Sunday 30 October, with the match selected for live broadcast on BBC One but remains in it’s original 2pm kick-off slot.

Liverpool’s home match against Arsenal has also been selected for free-to-air transmission on Sunday 23 October, with the match scheduled for 12pm BST on BBC Two according to provisional listings.

Sky Sports will air four matches across October, including a tasty looking encounter betwee Tottenham and Manchester City at Brisbane Road, which will kick off at 11:30am BST on Saturday 22 October.

Reading and Brighton’s respective home matches against Arsenal and Chelsea will be shown live on Sky in the Sunday Night Football slot, with both matches commencing at 6:45pm BST on 16 and 23 October respectively.

Sky will bring October’s WSL action to a close with a London derby between Arsenal and West Ham at Meadow Park on Sunday 30 October live from 6:45pm.

Date Match Time (BST)* Channel
Sunday 16 October Man Utd v Brighton 12:00pm BBC Two
Sunday 16 October Reading v Arsenal 6:45pm Sky Sports
Saturday 22 October Tottenham v Man City 11:30am Sky Sports
Sunday 23 October Liverpool v Arsenal 12:00pm BBC Two
Sunday 23 October Brighton v Chelsea 6:45pm Sky Sports
Sunday 30 October Everton v Man Utd 2:00pm* BBC One
Sunday 30 October Arsenal v West Ham 6:45pm* Sky Sports

*Clocks will go back one hour to GMT on Sunday 30 October at 2am.

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