Women’s Super League: BT Sport to show Alex Morgan's home debut for Tottenham - plus Chelsea v Manchester City in repeat of 2020 Community Shield

BT Sport's coverage of the 2020/21 Women's Super League continues with three unmissable games including USA superstar Alex Morgan's first home game for Tottenham.

Published: 18 September 2020 - 11.33am

BT Sport will show exclusive live coverage of Manchester City's trip to Chelsea as two of the leading contenders for the Women's Super League title meet for the first time since they did battle in the Community Shield last month.

The match is one of three WSL games to be shown on BT Sport in October.

Our coverage begins on Saturday 4 October as Birmingham City play host to Chelsea live on BT Sport 3 from 2pm on BT Sport 3.

Six days later the BT Sport cameras head south to London to watch Tottenham take on Manchester United where Spurs' new marquee signing Alex Morgan could make her home debut.

The signing of Morgan is a real coup for Spurs. The 31-year-old has scored 107 goals in 169 international appearances, helping the USA win back-to-back World Cups, scoring six goals in 2019's tournament in France.

Morgan's arrival comes after a rapid rise in recent years for Spurs, who were playing in the London and South-East Regional Premier Division when co-head coach Karen Hills first took charge in 2007.

Sunday 4 October

Fixture

Birmingham City v Chelsea

Time

2pm (2.30 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Saturday 10 October

Fixture

Tottenham v Manchester United

Time

12pm (12.30 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Sunday 11 October

Fixture

Chelsea v Manchester City

Time

2pm (2.30 KO)

Channel

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Date

Fixture

Time

Channel

Sunday 4 October

Birmingham City v Chelsea

2pm (2.30 KO)

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Saturday 10 October

Tottenham v Manchester United

12pm (12.30 KO)

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

Sunday 11 October

Chelsea v Manchester City

2pm (2.30 KO)

BT Sport 3 HD, BT Sport app, BTSport.com

They are competing in the WSL for only a second season this term, after finishing seventh in their debut top-tier campaign last time out following promotion in 2019.

Our October coverage concludes with a repeat of this year's Community Shield as WSL champions Chelsea face Man City.

It will be the second time in two months the two clubs have met after a stunning long-range goal from England defender Millie Bright and a late finish by substitute Erin Cuthbert gave Chelsea victory in the first Women's Community Shield at Wembley Stadium.

Chelsea were awarded the 2019-20 WSL title ahead of City on a point-per-game calculation after the outbreak of Covid-19 saw the league abandoned.

Runners-up City will be confident of going one better this season following the arrival of England duo Lucy Bronze and Alex Greenwood.

With Lionnesses captain Steph Houghton and the country's most-capped player in Jill Scott, City will start the season with 12 regular England internationals, making them favourites to claim Chelsea's crown.

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