The FA have confirmed that defending champions Chelsea FC will begin their title defence away at Casey Stoney’s Manchester United side on the 6th September.
The season will however begin behind closed doors until it is safe for fans to return and the full fixture list will subsequently be released in early September.
Fans will, however, be able to watch matches live via the online FA Player streaming platform.
The Blues were awarded the title on a point’s per game basis after the season’s remaining matches were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Subsequently, this saw the West London club awarded the title ahead of their rivals, Manchester City.
Emma Hayes team played The Red Devils twice last season coming away with two 1-0 victories, the last win came courtesy of a Maren Mjelde goal in the Continental League Cup Semi Final encounter back in January of this year.
Chelsea women have already had a successful transfer window to date as 2019/20 player of the year, Beth England has already committed to the club by signing a new long-term contract.
While the likes of England international centre-half Millie Bright and Scotland’s Erin Cuthbert have also pledged their futures to the West London side.
Manchester City meanwhile begin their first full season under their new manager, Gareth Taylor and are away at newly promoted side Aston Villa, who are playing in the top flight of women’s football for the first time in their history. Both of these sides will have the honour of kicking off the new campaign on the 5th September.
Joe Montemurro’s Arsenal, who are looking to reclaim the WSL crown from their London rivals, start their campaign at home to Reading. Elsewhere, Hope Powell’s Brighton team host Birmingham City, who narrowly avoided relegation last season.
While rounding off the opening series of matches is a London Derby between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United and West Midlands side Bristol City play Everton.
Opening two rounds of WSL fixtures
Aston Villa v Manchester City – (2:30pm BT Sport 2 HD)
Arsenal v Reading – (12:30pm BBC Red Button)
Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United – (2pm)
Bristol City v Everton – (2pm)
Brighton and Hove Albion v Birmingham City – (2pm)
Manchester United v Chelsea – (2:30pm BT Sport 1 HD)
West Ham United vs Arsenal – (5:20pm BT Sport 1 HD)
Chelsea v Bristol City – (12:30pm BBC Red Button)
Everton v Tottenham Hotspur – (1pm)
Birmingham City v Manchester United – (2pm)
Manchester City v Brighton & Hove Albion – (2pm)
Reading v Aston Villa – (2pm)