Is Arsenal vs Chelsea on TV? Stream details, kick-off time and team news for WSL clash

It’s a mouth-watering clash between two title hopefuls on Sunday afternoon.

Manager, Emma Hayes and Fran Kirby of Chelsea. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
Manager, Emma Hayes and Fran Kirby of Chelsea. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

The WSL is back underway after a frantic summer of transfer action, and defending champions Chelsea will be hoping the get their campaign up and running quickly when they face fellow heavyweights Arsenal this weekend.

The two clubs are likely to be in contention for all kinds of silverware come the end of the season, and an early win here could land a much-needed psychological blow on their rivals.

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With more ways than ever before to watch the top flight, the hope is that this will be a big campaign for the women’s game, and a clash between two of the most impressive sides in the division on the opening weekend should prove to be quite the appetiser for viewers looking to introduce themselves to the action.

We’ve gathered all the information you need on the match and how to watch it below...

What time does Arsenal vs Chelsea kick-off?

Who: Arsenal vs Chelsea

What: Women’s Super League

When: Sunday September 5th, 12.30pm.

Where: Emirates Stadium

How to watch on TV - Is there a live stream?

Arsenal will host last season's champions live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.

Coverage of the clash will start at 11.30am on Premier League, and 30 minutes later on Main Event.

Viewers without a Sky Sports subscription can buy a NowTV pass to stream the game live.

What’s the team news ahead of Arsenal vs Chelsea?

After a busy summer of transfer activity, we could see a number of new faces on Sunday afternoon.

Nikita Parris and Mana Iwabuchi are in line to make their Gunners debuts, with American star Tobin Heath also hoping to be involved.

For Chelsea, Lauren James could start for the first time having arrived from Manchester United, while promising defender Aniek Nouwen could also make her Blues bow after sealing a move from PSV.