Reading FC Women captain Tash Harding.
Reading FC Women captain Tash Harding. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

How to live stream FA WSL matches with the FA Player app

You can watch all the matches, including Reading FC Women on the FA Player app
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Reading FC Women captain Tash Harding.
Reading FC Women captain Tash Harding. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

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Grassroots football has been suspended for as long as lockdown lasts at least. But we’ve still got some ‘elite’ football available to us, for now. Did you know you can watch both the FA Women’s Super League and the Women’s Championship for free?

That’s right, you can watch the games either live-streamed through the FA Player website or through the downloadable app. All that’s required is a FAN account login.

Once you’re in, you’ll able to watch live matches, highlights, features and archive footage.

You can even peruse the team highlights section and see how our very own FA WSL team, Reading Women have faired this season.

Visit the FA Player website here.

Don’t forget, you can keep up with all the latest Reading FC Women news on the Football in Berkshire team page here, and all the latest Women’s Football news here.

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