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UK's Football Association to roll out women's soccer streaming service

The Football Association Ltd. is launching FA Player, a live streaming platform dedicated to women's soccer.

The over-the-top service will allow users to watch more than 150 live local women's soccer matches per season, including FA Women's Super League and a game from every round of the FA Women's Championship.

FA Player will also feature selected game highlights from the England women's soccer team, the Women's FA Cup and the FA Women's Continental League Cup, as well as archived footage and updated features.

The platform can be accessed free of charge online and through its own mobile app for iOS and Android users beginning Sept. 2, ahead of the FA Women's Super League season.

FA Player's launch follows those of streaming services operated by other soccer associations, including UEFA's UEFA.tv and Spanish league La Liga's LaLigaSportsTV.

The Football Association is the governing body of soccer in England.