Gareth Taylor's side will now welcome the Royals a day earlier than originally scheduled, on Saturday 27 March in a 17:30 (UK) kick-off.
The game will be broadcast live on the BBC's Red Button.
Following the success of The Football Association’s previous Women's Football Weekends events, all eyes will once again be on the women’s game on the weekend of 27-28 March (during the men's international break), with all FA WSL fixtures staggered to allow for uninterrupted television coverage.
The two sides have met already this season, playing out a 1-1 draw at the Madejski Stadium in October, as Sam Mewis cancelled out Amalie Eikeland's early opener.
Once again, Women's Football Weekend promises a thrilling prospect. Amongst the highlights, Tottenham Hotspur host Arsenal at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
City have won our last nine FA WSL games in succession, scoring 33 goals in the process to keep apace with league leaders Chelsea.
Elsewhere, Chelsea welcome Aston Villa and Manchester United entertain West Ham, while Brighton and Hove Albion lock horns with Everton, and Birmingham face Bristol City.