Brighton & Hove Albion Women vs Chelsea Women: Kick-off time, how to watch live and much more!

Following our Continental Tyres League Cup victory on Wednesday, Chelsea FC Women are back in Barclays FA Women’s Super League action on Sunday when we travel to the People’s Pension Stadium to take on Brighton & Hove Albion.

All the information you need ahead of the match can be found in our preview here…

When and where?

The Blues will take on Brighton on Sunday afternoon at the People’s Pension Stadium and the match kicks off at 12.30pm (UK time).

How to follow and watch live

As always, you can follow the game via Chelsea Women’s social media channels. There will be live commentary on our Twitter page and regular updates on Facebook and Instagram. Simply search ‘ChelseaFCW’ on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

For our UK audience, the game is being shown live on BBC.

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The form

The Blues go into the fixture full of confidence having won our first game of 2022 against West Ham United in the Continental Cup on Wednesday evening.

A hat-trick from Pernille Harder and a header from Erin Cuthbert sealed our first win of the year and saw us progress to the semi-final of the competition with an impressive win on the road.

Brighton are yet to record a WSL win so far in 2022, having lost both of their games in January. They started the year with a 6-0 defeat at home to Manchester City before losing 1-0 to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium last Sunday. The Seagulls go into the fixture having lost their last four WSL matches by an aggregate score of 11-0.

Brighton & Hove Albion Women v Chelsea Women head-to-head record

The Blues met Brighton earlier this season as we ran out 3-1 winners at Kingsmeadow in October. Goals from Guro Reiten, Sam Kerr and Bethany England wrapped up a comfortable win for Emma Hayes’ side.

In all competitions, we have won seven of the nine matches against Brighton and have never lost away from home against the Seagulls.

Brighton have only beaten the Blues once in six WSL games, ending our record 33-match unbeaten run in February last year.

Next up for the Blues

Chelsea’s next test after Brighton will be West Ham United as we are set to play them twice in seven days. The fixture against the Irons was originally due to be played in December, but was postponed due to Covid-19 in the Blues camp. The game takes place on Wednesday evening at Kingsmeadow, 7pm kick-off (UK time).

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