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The FA has today announced the group fixtures for The FA Continental Tyres League Cup and the full fixture list for the FA Women's Super League and the FA Women's Championship for the 2018-19 season.
The FA Women's Super League and the FA Women's Championship league fixtures commence on the weekend of the 8-9 September.
The opening day fixtures are as follows:
FA WOMEN'S SUPER LEAGUE
Arsenal v Liverpool
Birmingham City v Everton
Brighton & Hove Albion v Bristol City
Chelsea v Manchester City
Reading FC Women v Yeovil Town
FA WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP
Aston Villa v Manchester United
Crystal Palace v Leicester City
Millwall Lionesses v Lewes
Sheffield United v Durham Women
Tottenham Hotspur v London Bees
In addition, the following promotion and relegation provisions have been confirmed for the end of the 2018-19 season:
* The last placed FA Women's Super League Club will be relegated to The FA Women's Championship.
* The winners and runners-up in The FA Women's Championship will be eligible for promotion to The FA Women's Super League, provided that all licence criteria can be met.
* The last placed FA Women's Championship Club will be relegated to The FA Women's National League Premier Division.
* For one season only, the winners of The FA Women's National League Northern Premier Division and Southern Premier Division will be eligible for promotion to The FA Women's Championship, subject to meeting licence criteria.
* If the winner of either Northern Premier Division or Southern Premier Division is unable to meet criteria for promotion then the runner-up in that Division will be offered the opportunity for promotion, again subject to meeting licence criteria.
* Should only one FA National League Premier Division Club be eligible for promotion then the last placed FA Women's Championship Club will not be relegated.
* The FA Women's National League will hold a Championship Play-Off match to declare the overall FA Women's National League winner.
* From the 2019/20 Season there will be 1 up and 1 down between The FA Women's Super League and The FA Women's Championship and between The FA Women's Championship and The FA Women's National League.
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