BT Sport to make women's football available to more fans than ever before - starting with free-to-air coverage of the Champions League final and opening match of the WSL season

The Women's Champions League final will be our best connected yet with more ways to watch than ever before. Fans can follow along on the BT Sport app, BTSport.com, BT Sport's YouTube channel and on Virgin TV.

Published: 4 September 2020 - 3.17pm
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Women's Champions League

BT Sport is gearing up for its biggest ever season of women’s football, with more Barclays FA Women’s Super League games than ever before.

The new domestic season begins on Saturday 5 September with Aston Villa's trip to face reigning WSL champions Manchester City.

To mark the occasion, BT Sport will make the curtain raiser to the new season free-to-air for everyone to enjoy.

Over this coming season, BT Sport subscribers will be able to watch at least 22 live WSL matches. Additional coverage will feature the FA Women’s Continental League Cup and Women’s FA Cup. 

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Villa v City at Villa Park will be available to all in the UK for free via the BT Sport app, btsport.com, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and to any Virgin Media customer via channel 100.

During the second weekend of WSL action, BT Sport subscribers can look forward to Manchester United hosting Chelsea on Sunday 6 September, live on BT Sport 1 HD, from 2pm.

The following weekend, subscribers can watch a London derby as West Ham United host Arsenal, on Saturday 12 September, live on BT Sport 1 HD, from 5.10pm.

BT Sport’s WSL coverage will be led by presenters Clare Balding, Jules Breach, Natalie Quirk and Reshmin Chowdhury, alongside former England internationals Karen Carney and Rachel Brown Finnis, with commentators including Adam Summerton and Lucy Ward. 

Ahead of the new domestic club season, BT Sport will also make this Sunday’s UEFA Women’s Champions League final between Wolfsburg and Lyon available to all in the UK for free via the BT Sport app, btsport.com, YouTube and on Virgin Media.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “It’s great to get women’s football back on BT Sport, with our recent and continuing Women’s UEFA Champions League coverage and then straight into the FA WSL next week.

"As part of our commitment to growing the game we are making these select games available free to all.

"Our coverage continues to advance BT’s commitment, as part of its long-term partnerships with each of the four 'Home Nations' Football Associations, to inspire a new generation of girls and women to participate in football, on and off the pitch.”

How to watch the Women's Champions League final 2020 for free

There are a number of ways to watch the Women's Champions League final for free, on TV, mobile devices and games consoles. Read on for full details.

BT Sport app (mobile, tablet, smart TVs and consoles)

Anyone in the UK can watch for free with the BT Sport appavailable to download on mobiles, tablets, selected smart TVs and games consoles.

A link to the live stream will be available on the homepage when our coverage gets underway at 6.30pm on Sunday 30 August.

The BT Sport app is available to download for free and offers far more than just live streaming, with a huge catalogue of premium video and brilliant editorial features.

BTSport.com (laptop, mobile and tablet)

If you're a BT Sport subscriber, all you have to do is open this live stream page at 6.30pm. 

Not a BT Sport customer? No problem, you can still watch the final for free but via this live stream page.

If you'd prefer to watch on your phone or tablet but don't want to download the BT Sport app, you can watch all the action for free on btsport.com with our standard web mobile player right here.

How to watch the Women's Champions League final 2020 on TV

Again, there are a number of ways to watch.

BT TV customers can tune in on channel 431 (HD). On Sky, customers should go to channel 414 (HD), while non-customers can add BT Sport to their TV subscription.

The action will also be free to watch on Virgin Media set-top boxes on channel 100 (HD).