Some of the highlights include the semi's of the Champions League, as well as games from England and Germany.

While many are looking forward to the semi-finals of the Champions League, with two mouth-watering clashes featuring Real Madrid, Manchester City, AC Milan, and Inter set to take place next month, fans of the women's game will not to have to wait that long to see another set of semi-final games.

Barcelona, Chelsea, Wolfsburg, and Arsenal will all be hoping to book their spot in this season's finals, and in addition to some great European ties, there are some key matches in England and Germany as the title races in those leagues continue to get more intense.

Here's all you need to know ahead of another exciting week of women's football.

UEFA Women's Champions League

Barcelona, Chelsea, Wolfsburg, and Arsenal are the four teams looking to lift the coveted UEFA Women's Champions League trophy at the end of this season. Reigning champions Lyon will not have a chance to clinch an unprecedented ninth title after being beaten by Chelsea in the quarter-finals. 

First up on Saturday is an intriguing clash starring Barcelona, who won it in 2021, and Chelsea, who finished as runners-up that year. The Blues will be keen on revenge on the Blaugrana after they were crushed 4-0 in the 2021 final, but the Blaugrana have been in imperious form all season and will naturally present a tough test for the London giants.

Then, on Sunday, Wolfsburg, who are currently on top in the Frauen-Bundesliga, will take on Arsenal. Wolfsburg last won the top prize back in 2014, while Arsenal are hoping to book their spot in their first final after successfully overturning a 1-0 deficit to beat Bayern Munich 2-1 on aggregate.

Here's how you can follow the upcoming Women's Champions League semi-finals games:


Meanwhile, in Germany, the title race continues to pick up speed. Current league leaders Wolfsburg will not be in action this weekend due to their involvement in the Champions League, which means that Bayern Munich do have a chance to leap-frog die Wölfinnen and seize top spot when they face sixth-placed Freiburg on Saturday. Bayern come into their upcoming game having won their last five league games, while visiting Freiburg have been in an awful run of form, with five consecutive league defeats leading up to Saturday's tie.

On the opposite end of the table, relegation-threatened Turbine Potsdam continue to try to stage a very late season rally. Potsdam, who are still rooted to the foot of the table with eight points, have picked up seven of their entire season tally in just their last three games. Serie A fans will remember how Crotone managed to avoid the drop very late on a couple of seasons ago, and perhaps Potsdam may look to that for inspiration as they look to make a fourth game sans defeat against Essen on Sunday.

Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the Frauen-Bundesliga:


Women's Super League

Currently, there are four teams in contention for the Women's Super League title at the end of this season: Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, and Arsenal. Two of those teams - Chelsea and Arsenal - will not be in action domestically due to their participation in the Champions League.

That means that current league leaders Manchester United, who have a four-point lead over Chelsea, also will not get to play as they were set to face Arsenal on Saturday. Chelsea still do have two games in hand that could help the Blues re-gain top spot, but things could get really interesting with Manchester City, who sit in fourth spot on 38 points, facing West Ham on Sunday.

Should City win that match - a real possibility given West Ham's poor form lately - they will move onto 41 points and thus sit in second spot. Other games taking place this weekend include struggling Tottenham hosting Aston Villa and Liverpool doing their best to avoid being dragged into the relegation battle when they host Brighton.

Here's where you can follow all the upcoming matches in the Women's Super League:

Didn't find your favorite women's league on this list? No worries, as this is just a highlight of some of the exciting games coming up this week. Make sure to check out our special Women's Football Page here at for full broadcast info, match updates, news, and more.