- National Teams
Sky Sports will broadcast the WNBA once again this season, with the league’s 25th season tipping off this weekend.
The NBA’s official broadcast partner in the UK will show 18 regular-season games as well as the WNBA All-Star game and selected games from the playoffs and Finals.
As with the WBBL playoffs, Sky will also make some games available on their YouTube channel with the WNBA also streaming select games on social media platforms Twitter and Facebook, this season.
The 2021 season officially gets underway on Friday with the Sky coverage beginning with Saturday’s clash between Washington Mystics and Chicago Sky.
Saturday May 15, 6pm – Chicago Sky @ Washington Mystics
Sunday May 23, 6pm – New York Liberty @ Chicago Sky
Saturday June 5, 6pm – Las Vegas Aces @ Washington Mystics
Sunday June 13, 8.30pm – Washington Mystics @ Atlanta Dream
Saturday June 19, 7pm – Connecticut Sun @ Chicago Sky
Sunday June 27, 8pm – Seattle Storm @ Las Vegas Aces
Saturday July 3, 6pm – Washington Mystics @ New York Liberty
Sunday July 11, 6pm – Las Vegas Aces @ Dallas Wings
Sunday August 15, 11pm – Atlanta Dream @ Phoenix Mercury
Sunday August 22, 7pm – Los Angeles Sparks @ New York Liberty
Saturday August 28, 6pm – Las Vegas Aces @ Indiana Fever
Saturday September 4, 6pm – Phoenix Mercury @ Indiana Fever
Sunday September 5, 9pm – Atlanta Dream @ Dallas Wings
Wednesday September 8, 3am – Washington Mystics @ Seattle Storm
Wednesday September 15, Midnight – New York Liberty @ Connecticut Sun
Sunday September 19, 6pm – Atlanta Dream @ Connecticut Sun
Sunday September 19, 8pm – Minnesota Lynx @ Washington Mystics
Sunday September 19, 10pm – Los Angeles Sparks @ Dallas Wings
The full WNBA schedule is available, HERE.
Fans can also purchase the WNBA League Pass for $16.99 or they can select a Team Pass for $9.99.
There are no British players on any of the WNBA rosters with LA Sparks releasing GB international Kristine Angiwe, it was announced last night.