How to watch and live stream the NWSL for the 2024 football season

Don't miss a match with our NWSL channel guide

How to watch and live stream the NWSL for the 2024 football season

If you're wondering how to access this season’s NWSL action, look no further. We listed all the ways to watch and stream the National Women’s Soccer League so you won’t miss a minute.



The first thing to say is that NWSL games will be split across several platforms, which we'll go into later. Arguably, the easiest place to start if you're UK-based is NWSL+, the league's official service. It'll stream live matches, highlights, and full-match replays, including the playoffs, Championship, and 2024 NWSL Challenge Cup. Content from the 2023 season is also available on demand.

Cost: Free
How: Browser or app. You can add the app on Apple TV, Roku or Fire TV
Create your NWSL+ account here

Other streaming services broadcasting the NWSL

You can also watch games on platforms like Amazon Prime Video, ESPN+ (available via FuboTV) and ION. If you're not in the USA, you'll probably need a VPN to access some of these streaming services.

Amazon Prime Video

Amazon will show the Friday night games. You can watch them without a full Prime membership, but it is quite an effort to join video only. 

Cost: Included in Prime, £8.99/month and +£2.99 to go ad-free.
How: Amazon video app, Smart TV apps, or log in via a browser.


All the Saturday night games will be on ION. Depending on where you are in the world you can pick this channel up for free. 

Cost: Free


Games will be available on CBS television channel, CBS Sports Network, and the Paramount+ essential plan .

Cost: $5.99/month or $59.99/year for the Paramount+ plan.
on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN2 and stream on ESPN+. You could consider


Games will be shown on ESPN, ESPN Deportes, and ESPN2 and streamed on ESPN+. You could consider bundling ESPN with an existing TV package or Disney+.

Cost: $10.99/month or $109.99/year for ESPN+ subscription.
How: For a guide to accessing ESPN outside of the US head here