Women's Super League: How to follow 2014 season on the BBC

The BBC will provide extensive coverage of the 2014 Women's Super League season across all platforms, including TV, radio and online.

Starting with live coverage of the opening-day game between Notts County and Arsenal on 16 April, 5 live: Women's Super League will bring build-up and commentary from at least 16 top-flight matches during the season on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra, with some coverage on BBC Radio 5 live.

Current WSL players will be part of the commentary team and interviews with players and coaches will ensure an extra insight for audiences.

Women's football on the BBC

  • TV: Eight editions of the Women's Football Show, plus England's World Cup qualifiers and the FA Cup final live
  • Radio: 16 games broadcast live on Radio 5 live and sports extra
  • Online: Twice weekly WSL goals round-up, news and match reports, plus England qualifiers and FA Cup streamed live

Other games confirmed for radio coverage include title holders Liverpool facing Everton on 30 April, as well as the Reds' match against Manchester City, the newest recruits to WSL, on 14 May.

The Women's Football Show returns this season and eight shows will be broadcast on BBC Three, presented by Jacqui Oatley.

The programme will also be available on the BBC iPlayer for a week afterwards.

The BBC Sport website will have a twice-weekly goals round-up throughout the WSL season from mid-April, along with regular match reports, news and features.

The FA Cup final is also live on BBC Two on 1 June, with that match and England's 2015 World Cup qualifiers streamed on the BBC Sport website.