The 2021/22 campaign will see the top flight of women’s football shown live on Sky and the BBC for the first time in a multi-million pound deal, highlighting the continued growth of the women’s game.
City open the new season with a trip to Everton, which will take place at Goodison Park at 13:30 (UK time) on Saturday 4 September – with the game to be broadcast live on BBC One.
Gareth Taylor’s side then welcome Tottenham Hotspur to the Academy Stadium on Sunday 12 September in a 18:45 (UK) kick-off, which will be shown on Sky Sports Football.
Matchday Three sees two league heavyweights lock horns when City travel to Arsenal on Sunday 26 September at Meadow Park – also at 18:45 on Sky Sports Football.
Our visit of West Ham United on Sunday 3 October has not been chosen for broadcast but as per the previous term, will be available to watch on the FA Player.
Unsurprisingly, the first Manchester Derby of the season will be available to watch on television via BBC One, as City head to Leigh Sports Village to face Manchester United on Saturday 9 October in a 13:30 kick-off.
First five fixtures
Everton v City - Goodison Park - Sat 4 Sept, 13:30 (BBC One)
City v Tottenham - Academy Stadium - Sun 12 Sept, 18:45 (Sky Sports Football)
Arsenal v City - Meadow Park - Sun 26 Sept, 18:45 (Sky Sports Football)
City v West Ham - Academy Stadium - Sun 3 Oct, 14:00 (FA Player)
Man United v City - Leigh Sports Village - Sat 9 Oct, 13:30 (BBC One)