Liverpool FC Women Team during Women's Super League One match between Arsenal and Liverpool FC Women at Boredom Wood in Boredom Wood, England on September 9, 2018. (Photo by Action Foto Sport/NurPhoto/Sipa USA)

Full Liverpool fixtures for 2019/20 Women’s Super League – including Man United & Everton clashes

The FA have confirmed the fixture list for the 2019/20 Women’s Super League season, with Liverpool beginning at home to Reading on September 8.

The Liverpool FC Women experienced an up-and-down campaign last time out, as the swift exit of Neil Redfearn left Vicky Jepson to pick up the pieces.

But they ended 2018/19 on a high with a 3-1 victory over Everton at Prenton Park, with Christie Murray impressing before she joined the Scotland squad at the Women’s World Cup.

Though Murray’s side exited at the group stage, the success of the tournament has brought new eyes to the women’s game, and this will hopefully continue into the upcoming Women’s Super League season.

Liverpool finished eighth in the league last time out, an incredible 32 points behind champions Arsenal, and will be looking for significant improvement in 2019/20.

Jepson has added three new players to her squad already, with Jade Bailey arriving on Tuesday to join Becky Jane and Melissa Lawley, while Sophie Bradley-Auckland, Jess Clarke, Ashley Hodson and Niamh Charles have all signed new deals.

Liverpool women's Courtney Sweetman-Kirk celebrates scoring her side's first goal of the game (John Walton/EMPICS Sport)

On Wednesday morning, the FA announced the full fixtures for the new season, with Liverpool kicking off against Reading at Prenton Park on September 8.

Their first meeting with Man United comes on the road, at Leigh Sports Village, on September 28, with the first Merseyside derby at home on November 17.

That game is followed by a trip to Arsenal on November 24, while the season will wrap up at Chelsea on May 16.

Liverpool FC Women Fixtures, 2019/20 WSL

Liverpool FC Women team huddle before the WSL game at Prenton Park on October 14, 2018 in Birkenhead, England. (Photo by Nick Taylor/Liverpool FC/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)


Reading (H) – Saturday, September 8, 2pm – Prenton Park
Tottenham (A) – Sunday, September 15, 2pm – The Hive
Man United (A) – Saturday, September 28, 12pm – Leigh Sports Village


Bristol City (H) – Sunday, October 13, 12pm – Prenton Park
Birmingham (A) – Sunday, October 27, 2pm – Solihull Moors FC


Everton (H) – Sunday, November 17, 2pm – Prenton Park
Arsenal (A) – Sunday, November 24, 2pm – Boreham Wood FC


Man City (A) – Sunday, December 1, 2pm – Academy Stadium
West Ham (H) – Sunday, December 8, 2pm – Prenton Park
Chelsea (H) – Sunday, December 15, 2pm – Prenton Park


Brighton (A) – Sunday, January 5, 2pm – People’s Pension Stadium
Man United (H) – Sunday, January 12, 12pm – Prenton Park
Bristol City (A) – Sunday, January 19, 3pm – Stoke Gifford Stadium


Birmingham (H) – Sunday, February 2, 12pm – Prenton Park
Everton (A) – Sunday, February 9, 12.30pm – Walton Hall Park
Arsenal (H) – Thursday, February 13, 7pm – Prenton Park
West Ham (A) – Sunday, February 23, 3pm – Rush Green Stadium


Man City (H) – Sunday, March 22, 2pm – Prenton Park
Reading (A) – Sunday, March 29, 2pm – Adams Park


Tottenham (H) – Sunday, April 5, 2pm – Prenton Park
Brighton (H) – Sunday, April 26, 12pm – Prenton Park


Chelsea (A) – Saturday, May 16, TBC – Kingsmeadow

*Fixtures and kickoff times subject to change.