The FA have announced the WSL fixture list for the 2022/23 season. Like last season Arsenal will begin with a six pointer against another title contender with an away game at City.

BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND - MAY 11: Jordan Nobbs and Kim Little of Arsenal lift the trophy as they celebrate after during the WSL match between Arsenal Women and Manchester City at Meadow Park on May 11, 2019 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
BOREHAMWOOD, ENGLAND – MAY 11: Jordan Nobbs and Kim Little of Arsenal lift the trophy as they celebrate after during the WSL match between Arsenal Women and Manchester City at Meadow Park on May 11, 2019 in Borehamwood, England. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Here is the full schedule:

September
10/11 A Manchester City
17/18 H Brighton & Hove Albion
24/25 H Tottenham Hotspur

October
15/16 A Reading
22/23 A Liverpool
29/30 H West Ham United

November
05/06 A Leicester City
19/20 H Manchester United

December
03/04 H Everton
10/11 A Aston Villa

January
14/15 H Chelsea
21/22 A Brighton & Hove Albion

February
04/05 A West Ham United

March
04/05 H Liverpool
11/12 H Reading
25/26 A Tottenham Hotspur

April
01/02 H Manchester City
22/23 A Manchester United
29/30 A Everton

May
06/07 H Leicester City
20/21 A Chelsea
27/28 H Aston Villa

The key dates are:

  • Barclays Women’s Super League opening weekend: September 10/11, 2022
  • FA Women’s Continental League Cup final: March 4/5, 2023
  • Vitality Women’s FA Cup final: May 14, 2023
  • Barclays Women’s Super League final weekend: May 27/28, 2023

The UEFA WCL dates are also known:

Round 2
Draw: 13:00 CET, 1 September, Nyon
First leg: 20/21 September
Second leg: 28/29 September

Group stage
Draw: 13:00 CET, 3 October, Nyon
Matchday 1: 19/20 October
Matchday 2: 26/27 October
Matchday 3: 23/24 November
Matchday 4: 7/8 December
Matchday 5: 15/16 December
Matchday 6: 21/22 December

Quarter-finals
Draw: 13:00 CET, 20 January, Nyon
First leg: 21/22 March
Second leg: 29/30 March

Semi-finals
Draw: 13:00 CET, 20 January, Nyon
First leg: 22/23 April
Second leg: 29/30 April

Final (PSV Stadion, Eindhoven)
3 or 4 June tbc

The dates for the FA Women’s cup and the Continental Cup are not known yet, but it is quite obvious that Arsenal could end up playing a lot of games like last season but will hopefully go one better in the league and finish as champions of England.

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