Blues are on the telly for league opener against Man United - but they were always going to be, eh?
Chelsea will kick-off the defence of their WSL1 title with a televised encounter against Manchester United - up North, at Leigh Sports Village on Sunday, September 6 with a 2.30pm kick-off.
It will be shown on BT Sport 2.
The second live broadcast for the Blues will be the following Sunday, September 13 when they host Bristol City at Kingsmeadow.
The match will be live on the BBC Red Button.
All WSL1 matches not selected for live broadcast will be streamed live on The FA Player.
So fill ya TV boots, here are the opening fixtures and their TV days and times:
Barclays FA Women’s Super League
Saturday 5 September
Aston Villa v Manchester City – 2.30pm (BT Sport 2) Villa Park
Sunday 6 September
Arsenal v Reading – 12.30pm (BBC Red Button) Meadow Park Brighton & Hove Albion v Birmingham City - 2pm Broadfield Stadium Bristol City v Everton – 2pm Twerton Park Tottenham Hotspur v West Ham United – 2pm The Hive Manchester United v Chelsea – 2.30pm (BT Sport 1) Leigh Sports Village
Saturday 12 September
West Ham United v Arsenal – 5.20pm (BT Sport 1) Dagenham & Redbridge FC
Sunday 13 September
Chelsea v Bristol City – 12.30pm (BBC Red Button) Kingsmeadow Birmingham City v Manchester United – 2pm Solihull Moors Everton v Tottenham – 1pm Walton Hall Park Manchester City v Brighton & Hove Albion – 2pm Academy Stadium Reading v Aston Villa – 2pm Madejski Stadium
FA Women’s Championship
Sunday 6 September Charlton Athletic v Crystal Palace – 2pm VCD Athletic Coventry United v London Bees – 2pm Butts Park Arena Leicester City v Blackburn – 2pm Farley Way Stadium Liverpool v Durham – 2pm Prenton Park London City Lionesses v Sheffield United – 2pm Princes Park Saturday 12 September
Crystal Palace v London City Lionesses – 7pm Bromley FC Sunday 13 September Blackburn Rovers v Charlton – 1pm Bamber Bridge Durham v Lewes – 12pm Maiden Castle London Bees v Liverpool – 2pm The Hive Sheffield United v Leicester City – 2pm Chesterfield FC