2021 represents a landmark year for women's cricket, with the launch of The Hundred featuring alongside a packed summer of international and domestic cricket.
Taking into account the England Women's schedule, and with the first year of The Hundred, 52 days of women’s cricket will be shown live on Sky Sports, as well as matches broadcast across BBC television and radio.
Never before has so much women’s cricket been available to watch and listen to live.
India and New Zealand will be visiting British shores this summer to take on Heather Knight's side in three formats of the game.
England Women face India in an LV= Insurance Test Match to start the summer before separate Royal London Series and Vitality IT20 series against both touring sides.
Sky Sports will have live coverage of every game, with BBC Sport also set to show one match from each of the two IT20 series. BBC Radio will also broadcast every ball of the England Women's matches live.
If you can't tune into TV or radio while the matches are on, you can still follow all the action through the match centre on ECB.co.uk or through the England Cricket app. And you can catch the best of the action across England Cricket channels on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The Hundred gets underway on 21 July as the tournament kicks off with a match in the Women's Competition between Oval Invincibles and Manchester Originals.
Not only will you be able to watch the tournament on Sky Sports' television channels, but every single game in the Women's Competition will be free-to-access on YouTube through the Sky Sports Cricket channel, as well as six matches being shown on the BBC.
In addition to the international series and the first year of The Hundred, the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy is back for a second year alongside a brand new regional T20 competition.
Fixtures in both the RHF Trophy (50 overs) and the Women’s Regional T20 Cup will be live streamed by the eight regional teams, as well as on the ECB match centre and through the England Cricket app.