Scott Booth’s side will begin their campaign on the weekend 3-5 September, with the 22 rounds of matches scheduled to conclude on the weekend 7/8 May 2022.
Blues will kick-off on the road at the Hive Stadium as they take on Tottenham Hotspur before welcoming Brighton & Hove Albion to B9 in their second game.
They will end the term by travelling to their Second City rivals, a week after hosting the defending champions, Chelsea.
It will, of course, be a historic season for the team, with Blues playing all of their home fixtures at St. Andrew’s for the very first time.
Key fixture dates:
A full fixture list can be viewed below (bold denotes a home fixture and dates are listed as weekends from Friday to Sunday, with non-televised fixtures anticipated to remain in the traditional Sunday slot):
3-5 Sept: Tottenham Hotspur
10-12 Sept: Brighton & Hove Albion
24-26 Sept: Everton
1-3 Oct: Manchester United
8-10 Oct: West Ham United
5-7 Nov: Reading
12-14 Nov: Aston Villa
19-21 Nov: Chelsea
10-12 Dec: Manchester City
17-19 Dec: Leicester City
7-9 Jan: Arsenal
14-16 Jan: Manchester United
21-23 Jan: Reading
4-6 Feb: Leicester City
11-13 Feb: Tottenham Hotspur
4-6 Mar: Arsenal
11-13 Mar: West Ham United
25-27 Mar: Manchester City
1-3 Apr: Everton
22-24 Apr: Brighton & Hove Albion
29-1 Apr/May: Chelsea
7-8 May: Aston Villa
All fixtures are subject to change. Follow BCFC.com for news on any alterations.
Kelly Simmons, Director of the Women’s Professional Game, said: "This season will see record levels of exposure and audiences as a result of our exciting new partnership with Sky Sports and the BBC, and I cannot wait to see our elite athletes showcasing their talent to the nation.
“The return of fans is hugely exciting and I am so pleased we can welcome you back. You are the heart of our sport and we missed you last season. Your return will highlight just how special our leagues are and I am really looking forward to seeing you back where you belong, cheering on your favourite team.
“A lot of work has gone into preparing for this season and I think it is this year people will see just how far the women’s game has come. We are blessed to have two such competitive leagues and I cannot wait for kick-off.”
Once again fans will be able to stream Barclays FA Women’s Super League fixtures on The FA Player that are not chosen for broadcast on Sky Sports and the BBC, while selected FA Women’s Championship matches will also be streamed live. A number of international broadcasters will once again be showcasing the Barclays FA Women’s Super League, and for those countries that do not have a broadcast agreement in place, matches will be viewable through The FA Player.