And Liverpool will face Reading on the opening day of the season.
The season begins at home for the Reds as they take on the Royals at Prenton Park on Sunday, September 8. The game kicks off at 14:00 BST.
Liverpool will then have back-to-back fixtures against the newly promoted sides, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United. Both of those games are played away from home.
Liverpool then face Bristol at home and Birmingham away before the opening six fixtures are rounded out by the first Merseyside derby of the season as the Reds take on Everton at Prenton Park. That game is to be played on Sunday, November 17.
The season will conclude at Kingsmeadow as the Reds take on Chelsea away from home on May 16.
Liverpool will be hoping to build on their eighth-place finish in the WSL last season. Under the leadership of Vick Jepson, anything could happen for the Reds but they will find it hard to close the gap on Manchester City, Chelsea, and Arsenal.
Liverpool aren’t without reinforcements, though. Becky Jane, Melissa Lawley and Jade Bailey have all already joined the Reds this summer.