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

The big matches continue for Spurs as they play West Ham at the London Stadium!

Tottenham Hotspur Women v Reading Women: Continental Tyres Cup Photo by Tottenham Hotspur FC/Tottenham Hotspur FC via Getty Images

Tottenham Hotspur Women have three points from their opening two WSL matches — a 1-0 loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge and a 1-0 win over Liverpool at The Hive. After a Continental Cup loss midweek, Spurs are back in WSL action, and it’s another big game at another big stadium.

Today, Spurs are back on the road, but they don’t have to go far — they play West Ham at the London Stadium, and all are expecting another big crowd in attendance for what could be a breakthrough season for English women’s football. Both teams have identical records and are level in the table; West Ham lost to Arsenal and beat Birmingham in their opening two matches, but this is the second time they’ll have played Spurs — Tottenham defeated them 2-1 in a preseason friendly earlier in September.

This match is streamed on the FA Player and is also on BT Sport so you have no excuse not to watch!



How to Watch

Date: Sunday, September 29, 2019
Time: 9:30 a.m. ET, 2:30 p.m. BST
Location: London Stadium, London, UK
TV: BT Sport (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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