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Tottenham Hotspur Women vs. Arsenal WFC: game time, lineups, and how to watch North London Derby online

Tottenham kicks off their sophomore WSL season today in a London Derby against their in-city rivals.

Tottenham Hotspur Women v Arsenal Women: The MIND Series Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Here we go. It might be the international break, but Tottenham Hotspur football have a match today. And not just a match — it’s a Women’s North London Derby against Arsenal, home to Spurs at The Hive.

The gap between Spurs and Arsenal, once astronomically huge, has narrowed significantly in recent years. But Arsenal are still one of the best clubs in the world, and Spurs... aren’t. That’s not to say that Spurs aren’t a good team — they’re currently third in the WSL behind the Gunners and Chelsea, and have big ambitions. Those ambitions certainly include a first-ever win over their north London neighbors.

The last time these two met, Arsenal handled Tottenham easily in the FA Cup quarterfinals. Spurs are hoping their stout defense can keep the likes of Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead out, which might give them a chance to nick a result.



How to Watch

Today’s match is not televised, but will be streamed for free on The FA Player. Registration is required.

Saturday, November 13, 2021
8:30 a.m. ET / 1:30 p.m. BST
The Hive, Edgware

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