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Continental Cup final headlines a blockbuster month of women's football in February with Arsenal, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal all in action

Mouth-watering month of women's football on BT Sport concludes with the Continental Cup final.

The Continental Cup final will conclude a packed month of women's football on BT Sport in February as the WSL also nears its conclusion. 

Nottingham Forest's City Ground will host this season's League Cup final on 29 February.

Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United and holders Manchester City all progressed to the semi-finals with wins earlier this week. 

The draw for the last four will be held on Saturday, with the games scheduled to be played on the 29 or 30 January.

The February 29 final - live on BT Sport 1HD - will be a fitting finale to a jam-packed February of WSL football on BT Sport.

BT Sport is currently showing more live matches than ever before, featuring broadcasts from Premier League grounds which will be made available for all to watch for free.

Our coverage of the domestic season continues on Sunday February 9 as Manchester United play host to Chelsea. 

The action continues on Thursday when the BT Sport cameras will make the sure trip to Merseyside as Liverpool welcome defending champions Arsenal to Prenton Park.

10 days later Continental Cup champions Manchester City and Chelsea bring our WSL coverage for the month to a close on Sunday afternoon, February 23 at 2.30pm.

Details of BT Sport’s initial selection of live matches (kick off times below, all on BT Sport 1):

 Date   Match Kick-off time
09/02/20 Manchester United v Chelsea 16.30
13/02/20 Liverpool v Arsenal 19.00
23/02/20 Manchester City v Chelsea 14.00
29/02/20 Continentel Cup Final 17.30


BT Sport’s women’s football coverage is led by presenters Clare Balding, Jules Breach and Reshmin Chowdhury, alongside former England internationals Karen Carney, Rachel Brown Finnis and Sue Smith, with commentators including Adam Summerton and Lucy Ward.

Simon Green, head of BT Sport, said: “BT Sport is proud to enter its sixth season broadcasting the FA WSL and we are committed to helping grow the women’s game."

Fans of women’s football have more ways to watch on BT Sport than ever before, on TV, through the BT Sport app on smart TVs and games consoles, mobiles and tablets.

BT Sport is set for its biggest season yet, with 52 live Premier League games, every UEFA Champions League and Heineken Champions Cup rugby game live, and the launch of BT Sport Ultimate, which provides viewers with the very best viewing experience possible on the platforms and devices they use to watch BT Sport.

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