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Published 03 August 2022 4 min read
England Women's Senior Team

Watch England's EURO winners in the BWSL

Written by:

Nicholas Veevers

Find out where, when and how you can see our Lionesses in action in the Barclays Women's Super League this season


England might have brought a magic month to a winning close by winning the EURO 2022 title on Sunday, but you can see most of the Lionesses in action again soon…

The new Barclays Women’s Super League and Barclays Women’s Championship season kicks-off in September, with the 2022-23 fixtures already released.

And with tickets on sale at clubs across the country, why not find your nearest team and follow the action or via The FA Player or our broadcast partners BBC and Sky Sports

With a new wave of interest in women's football following on from this summer’s tournament, we’re hoping to see many coming to the sport for the first time ever.

And whether you’re new to the women's game or not, we want you to enjoy the action however you can. Find all of the 2022-23 fixtures in both the BWSL and BWC right here.

Which England EURO 2022 stars can I watch?

Nineteen of the 23 players in England's squad play in the BWSL with 18 of those representing Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal or Chelsea.

Sunday’s matchwinner Chloe Kelly, Lauren Hemp, Lucy Bronze, Demi Stokes, Alex Greenwood, Keira Walsh and England women's record scorer Ellen White represent the blue side of Manchester and play their home games at the Academy Stadium, which hosted some EURO 2022 games.

Lionesses captain Leah Williamson and EURO player of the tournament and top scorer Beth Mead play for Arsenal, whose home games are generally at Meadow Park in Borehamwood.

Ella Toone, who opened the scoring on Sunday, goalkeeper Mary Earps and super-sub Alessia Russo all feature for Manchester United.

And BWSL champions Chelsea boast England’s Millie Bright, Fran Kirby, Jess Carter and Bethany England among their ranks.

How can I watch games?

Aside from buying tickets to the games, all BWSL games are available to watch live on the BBC, Sky Sports or The FA Player. The Women's Championship games are also screened on The FA Player.

Ticket prices are affordable and there will be more BWSL games played at clubs' main stadiums this season too.

Leicester City and Reading routinely play at the same venue as their men's teams - but several teams are planning to move some big fixtures this season.

Chelsea and Spurs will both play at Stamford Bridge and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on the opening weekend. And during the season there will also be a Merseyside derby at Anfield and a Manchester derby at the Etihad Stadium while Arsenal plan to play three BWSL games at the Emirates Stadium.

In terms of geographical spread, the southernmost BWSL team are Brighton & Hove Albion, with the Manchester and Merseyside clubs the ones furthest north.

The second-tier BWC has Sunderland and Durham in the north east and Bristol City in the south west.