talkSPORT 2 launches dedicated women’s football show

talkSPORT has launched its first dedicated women’s football show and the only dedicated weekly women’s football show on commercial radio.

Women’s Football Weekly will air every Monday at 6-7pm on talkSPORT2 with insight and analysis from the Barclays FA Women’s Super League, international fixtures and the wider world of women’s football.

Hosted by talkSPORT broadcaster Faye Carruthers, the show will also have a new a co-host each week made up by former and current players and leading journalists.

On the first show yesterday, Rebecca Myers joined Faye to review the opening weekend of action in the FA Women’s Super League.

Head of talkSPORT, Lee Clayton said: “Women’s football is a big growth area and I’m delighted that we can build on the momentum of the Women’s World Cup by broadcasting the only dedicated weekly women’s football show on the radio. Women’s Football Weekly will offer fans all the insight and analysis from the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and beyond, headed up by the excellent Faye Carruthers and leading guests from the world of women’s football.”

talkSPORT’s Faye Carruthers said: “I’m so excited talkSPORT2 now has a dedicated weekly home for women’s football. We will be on hand with big name interviews, guests, analysis and all the latest news in the women’s game.”

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3 Comments
  1. Ron Dobbyn says

    Its great news. I once saw England Ladies play French Ladies in a World Cup Warm up game at Selhurst Park. It was Exciting.

    1. Joe Smith says

      That must have been before they became women.

  2. Mr Boltar says

    Womens football is like womens tennis – its there because its only fair that it should be , but given a choice no one would choose it over the mens game. I’m sure this ticks all sorts of right-on boxes for talkSport but I imagine listeners will be few and far between.

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