Tune in before the NWSL Championship game on Saturday for the debut of a Just Women’s Sports preview show.
“The Warm-Up,” co-hosted by former U.S. women’s national team stars Leslie Osborne and Angela Hucles, will air on TikTok LIVE starting at 10:45 a.m. ET. Osborne and Hucles will be on site in Louisville, Ky., sharing crucial insights and analysis prior to the game between the Chicago Red Stars and the Washington Spirit at Lynn Family Stadium.
JWS, in partnership with Nike, will deliver comprehensive coverage of the game across channels, including live reporting and social media coverage exclusive to JWS’ properties.
Osborne will also be providing on-air coverage postgame on Instagram Live.
“Our live NWSL Championship coverage is a significant moment for us as we continue to build an in-depth and substantial media ecosystem for women’s sports while partnering with major brands such as TikTok and Nike,” said Haley Rosen, Founder and CEO of Just Women’s Sports. “I firmly believe that for women’s sports to grow, fans need coverage that matches the hype created by these incredible athletes. The Warm Up, and all of our NWSL Championship coverage, is a significant step forward in showing that these marquee games create the same excitement as other sporting events.”
The programming mark a pivotal expansion of JWS’ sports coverage, which aims to give world-class athletes the coverage they deserve while making it easier for fans to find it.
“I’m so excited to be part of the Just Women’s Sports 2021 NWSL Championship coverage. I believe so much in their mission to provide in-depth coverage of women’s sports. The NWSL continues to grow leaps and bounds with savvy fans who are looking for creative coverage, the social experience and the vibe that JWS brings as a media platform,” said Osborne. “The best part is that I get to do it alongside my former teammate, fellow broadcaster, entrepreneur, and mom, Angela Hucles.”
“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to reunite with Leslie and work with Just Women’s Sports as part of their NWSL Championship coverage,” said Hucles. “I’m a big believer in JWS’ mission and am proud to be a part of their effort to create a much-needed platform for female athletes and fans alike.”
Follow Just Women’s Sports on TikTok to catch all the game-day action.