Following the release of the fixtures for the 2022/23 Barclays Women’s Super League season, we have all the details on who Chelsea Women are playing where and when…
Who do Chelsea play on the opening day?
Emma Hayes’ side will kick off the season at home against West Ham United, on the weekend of 11/12 September.
Who do Chelsea play on the final day?
The 2022/23 campaign will finish with a trip to the Select Car Leasing Stadium as Hayes’ side will face Reading on the final day.
When are Chelsea’s London derbies?
Following the opening day against West Ham, the Blues have to wait until November for our next London derby, which will see us host north London side Tottenham Hotspur, our away trip to Spurs will take place in February.
We kick off the New Year with a trip to Arsenal and we’ll host the Gunners on the penultimate day of the season in May. Meanwhile our away trip to West Ham will be in April.
When do Chelsea meet Manchester City and Manchester United?
City are scheduled to be at Kingsmeadow on the weekend of 24/25 September, with the return trip to the Academy Stadium due to take place in March.
The Blues are set to travel up to Leigh Sports Village to take on United on the weekend of 5/6 November, with the return fixture taking place on the 11/12 March, a week before we host City.
Each fixture dates to follow once confirmed by the FA and the broadcasters.
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Full fixture schedule:
September 10th/11th – West Ham United (H) 17th/18th – Liverpool (A) 24th/25th – Manchester City (H)
October 15th/16th – Everton (A) 22nd/23rd – Brighton & Hove Albion (A) 29th/30th – Aston Villa (H)
November 5th/6th – Manchester United (A) 19th/20th – Tottenham Hotspur (H)
December 3rd/4th – Leicester City (A) 10th/11th – Reading (H)
January 14th/15th – Arsenal (A) 21st/22nd – Liverpool (H)
February 4th/5th – Tottenham Hotspur (A)
March 4th/5th – Brighton & Hove Albion (H) 11th/12th – Manchester United (H) 25th/26th – Manchester City (A)
April 1st/2nd – Aston Villa (A) 22nd/23rd – Leicester City (H) 29th/30th – West Ham United (A)
May 6th/7th – Everton (H) 20th/21st – Arsenal (H) 27th/28th – Reading (A)