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Tottenham Hotspur Women vs. Liverpool: game time, TV channels, and how to watch WSL online

Buoyed by a good performance at Chelsea, Spurs will try to dispatch Liverpool in their home opener.

Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur - Barclays FA Women’s Super League Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

Last week, Tottenham Hotspur surprised many by losing only narrowly to Chelesa in their first ever WSL match at Stamford Bridge, by the score of 1-0. It was a loss, but an encouraging one as Spurs showed that they can hang with even the best teams in the Women’s Super League on their day. Spurs got good performances out of Rachel Furness, Kit Graham, and Gemma Davison in the loss.

Today, they play their first league match at their new home, The Hive. There won’t be a crowd of 24,000 fans today — The Hive only seats about 6000 — but Spurs will be hoping that their army of new fans will turn out in force to cheer them on against a Liverpool Women side that finished second from the bottom last season and fell last week at Reading.

Liverpool aren’t Chelsea — they are exactly the kind of team Spurs should be beating if they expect to stay up in the WSL this season. But neither are they pushovers — this could be an even match.



How to Watch

Date: Sunday, September 15, 2019
Time: 9 a.m. ET, 2 p.m. BST
Location: The Hive, London, UK
TV: not televised (USA, UK)
Streaming: The FA Player

All WSL matches this season will be broadcast on The FA Player, a streaming service run by the FA. It is free and is not geo-restricted, but registration is required.

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