Arsenal Women: 2022-23 WSL fixtures announced - find out more

Women's Super League: Find out Arsenal Women's fixtures for 2022-23

Arsenal Women: 2022-23 WSL fixtures announced - find out more

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The 2022-23 Barclays Women’s Super League fixtures have been announced.

Arsenal start with a trip to face Manchester City on September 10-11.

The first home game will be the weekend after vs Brighton before the first north London derby of the season has been scheduled for the last weekend of September

October brings away trips to Reading and Liverpool, before West Ham United visit at the end of the month.

Jonas Eidevall's side then travel to Leicester City at the start of November, before hosting Manchester United later that month.

Domestic men’s football will take a break during November and December to make way for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, but the WSL schedule continues with a home game against Everton and a trip to Aston Villa before the winter break on December 12.

The league returns on 14-15 January 2023 with the visit of Chelsea, befoere Eidevall's side travel to Brighton later that month.

February has only one game– a trip to face West Ham United on the first weekend of the month, while March sees Arsenal host Reading before travelling to the Hive for the North London derby.

Three games follow in April, as we take on Manchester City at home, Manchester United away and Everton away, before the season reaches its climax in May, with the visit of Leicester City kicking the month off ahead of a trip to Chelsea and a home game against Aston Villa on the final weekend.

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