The Women's Super League rumbles on into the winter months with a host of teams still jostling for position at the top of the tree in time for Christmas.


Two teams in particular have set a swift pace out in front, reigning champions Chelsea and their most likely rivals Arsenal, but there's still plenty of time for the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United to clamber back into the race.

Of course, the spectre of Chelsea boss Emma Hayes' departure to become the new USWNT manager at the end of the WSL season will loom over the 2023/24 campaign. She will be determined to sign off on a high.

At the bottom of the table, new kids on the block Bristol City have struggled to adapt to their new elite surroundings, but they are far from doomed with West Ham, Brighton and Aston Villa each unable to free themselves from the relegation battle right now.

Funnelling the immense interest in women's international football into domestic leagues will be a critical aim for all involved, and the pull of the Lionesses should help draw crowds to matches – in person and on TV.

More like this brings you the complete Women's Super League TV schedule, including every game live on UK TV.

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Women's Super League TV schedule 2023/24

All UK time. Subject to change. BBC and Sky Sports matches only. All other matches available on The FA Player.

Saturday 9th December

Man City v Aston Villa (12pm) Sky Sports Premier League

Sunday 10th December

Arsenal v Chelsea (12:30pm) BBC Two / BBC iPlayer

Tottenham v Man Utd (6:45pm) Sky Sports Football

Saturday 16th December

Tottenham v Arsenal (12pm) Sky Sports Premier League

Sunday 17th December

Man Utd v Liverpool (12:30pm) BBC Two / BBC iPlayer

Women's Super League TV rights 2023/24

Sky Sports Premier League and Football channels cost just £18 per month combined, or you can pick up the complete sports package from just £25 per month.

NOW is essentially Sky Sports without a contract. You can buy day membership (£11.98) or month membership (£33.99).

One match will be shown live on BBC One or BBC Two each week, bringing the FA WSL to free-to-air TV. All BBC games are also shown live on BBC iPlayer.

Every other match in the Women's Super League will be shown live on The FA Player, a free-to-air service you just need to sign up for.

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