STREAM: Durham v Lewes Broadcast Details

Durham Women FC are delighted to announce that our FA Women’s Championship game with Lewes will be live-streamed to supporters.

With current government guidance meaning games must be played behind closed doors, we’re going the extra mile to ensure our supporters don’t miss a kick of our 2020/21 season home opener.

The club have invested significantly in streaming equipment over the summer months are now in a position to confirm details of how you can watch our game against Lewes on Sunday, September 13.

We’ll be offering a one-camera view of the game, complete with commentary from Durham Hospital Radio’s John Middleton and Phill Davison.

The broadcast will go live from approximately 11:50am on Sunday.

Our stream will be free to view and we have done all we can to ensure the fixture is accessible to as many supporters as possible.

Here’s how you can tune-in to the fixture:


The game will be streamed live via Durham Women’s Facebook page.

You can like our page – and ensure you are updated when we go live – by clicking HERE.


The club have worked with the FA and StreamAMG to allow the game to also be streamed via The FA Player.

You can sign-up to The FA Player by clicking HERE.

Commenting on the club’s upcoming live stream, Marketing Officer Mark Donnelly said: “As soon as it became clear that we may not be able to welcome supporters to our games for the start of the season, we began investigating ways to ensure supporters could stay connected to the club – and streaming was a key part of that.

“We’ve spent a considerable amount of time and resource on making sure that the service will be up and running for the start of the season and we’re delighted to have this in place for the game against Lewes.

“Every second and penny spent on this is well worth it in order to keep our wonderful fan base – who have been so loyal over the past six years – up to date with how their team are performing.

“We have completed a number of tests over pre-season and in the week leading up to the game, but we know there may be some minor hitches on the day – and we’ll ensure we are ready to act quickly if anything should occur.

“I’d also like to thank the Football Association for their support on this matter, and StreamAMG for helping facilitate the game being broadcast on FA Player simultaneously.”

If you have any questions regarding the streaming of the fixture, please email

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