DAZN and YouTube will partner to cover the UEFA Women’s Champions League through 2025.

Coverage of the Women’s Champions League will be available globally through a single broadcaster for the first time in history.

DAZN became the new worldwide home of the UWCL after agreeing to a four-year deal with UEFA. As a result, DAZN will make 61 matches of each season available on its global sports streaming platform and free on YouTube.

Women’s football fans around the globe will not have to be asking themselves or Twitter where to watch games days before the fixture. The fans will be able to seamlessly watch defending champion FC Barcelona, as well as Olympique Lyonnais, PSG, Chelsea, FC Bayern Munich, and players like Spain’s Jenni Hermoso, France’s Wendie Renard, Denmark’s Pernille Harder and Norway’s Ada Hegerberg, compete in Europe’s most prestigious women’s club competition.

"For years, people have struggled to have access to our games, wherever they were living," Hegerberg told DAZN. "Now, they have the unique opportunity to watch all over the world if they’d like to. The game is opening up to millions, potentially billions, which is unprecedented.

"This is a game-changing partnership that is only right for the biggest club competition in women’s football. We are finally being given something we’ve asked for a long time. It’s about time women’s football got this kind of exposure!”

UWCL 2021-2023 (first two seasons)

All 61 games from group stage to the final will stream live on DAZN and air free on DAZN’s YouTube channel.

UWCL 2023-2025 (last two seasons)

All 61 games from group stage to the final will stream live on DAZN, and at least 19 matches will air free on DAZN’s YouTube channel.