Liverpool vs Everton women FREE: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for the Women’s Super League clash.

LIVERPOOL and Everton women will face off for the first time at Anfield in a massive weekend in the Women's Super League.

The Reds move from their usual home of Prenton Park - shared with Tranmere Rovers - to the 54,074-seater stadium, normally reserved for the likes of Mohamed Salah, Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane.

 Anfield has played host to many incredible Premier League and Champions League moments in Liverpool's history, but now hosts its first Women's match

Anfield has played host to many incredible Premier League and Champions League moments in Liverpool's history, but now hosts its first Women's matchCredit: Reuters

And Liverpool will hope the change of scenery provides an upturn in results, with just one point so far from their opening five matches as they languish in last place.

Meanwhile, the Toffees ended a two-game losing run to beat Brighton last time around in the WSL.

What time does Liverpool vs Everton women kick off?

This Women's Super League clash will take place on Sunday, November 17.

It will kick off at 3pm.

The Merseyside derby will be held at Anfield.

This comes in huge Sunday of women's football, as they look to build on England's success at the World Cup in the summer to drive up attendances at these matches.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will welcome Spurs and Arsenal for their North London Derby, while Reading host Bristol City at the Madejski Stadium.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it for FREE?

Liverpool vs Everton will be shown live on LFC TV and The FA Player.

You can get LFC TV on Sky and Virgin Media for £7 a month or live stream the game on LFCTV Go for nothing with a month's FREE trial.

Alternatively, The FA Player will be showing the game for FREE online via your computer, tablet and mobile devices.

What is the team news?

Team news will follow shortly...

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