Yeovil Town Ladies travel to Adams Park on Sunday to take on Kelly Chambers' unbeaten Royals at the start of the FA Women’s Super League campaign.
The Royals won their opening game of the 2018-19 season - captain Kirsty Pearce struck first before Fara Williams registered a hat-trick in a 4-1 Continential Cup win over Durham.
And then Reading FC Women becane the first team to topple a newly-formed Manchester United side, inflicting a 2-0 cup defeat in front of a record crowd for the competition last month.
A number of our international players represented their countries during the recent break in fixtures and they are all back this weekend as league football resumes. And the Royals are clearly ready!
Reading finished fourth in the FA WSL1 last season - behind only Chelsea, Manchester City and Arsenal in the top tier of women's football in England.
And the restructured FA Women’s Super League will kick-off a historic season this weekend when it becomes fully professional for the first time.
The restructure of the top-flight of women’s football has included new licensing criteria for the eleven sides competing in The FA WSL, including all players throughout the league becoming full-time.
It is a milestone for women’s football in Europe and The FA’s delivery of 'The Gameplan for Growth' which is aiming to double participation and the fan base of the women’s game by 2020.
The league starts at 12.30pm on Sunday as Arsenal go head-to-head against Liverpool. And the Royals will be looking pick up where they left off, opening their top tier campaign against Yeovil Town Ladies on Sunday afternoon, kick off 2pm.
And remember, if you are a Season Ticket holder for Reading Football Club in 2018-19, you can come along to any Reading FC Women home game (cup or league) free of charge this season! All you need to do is present your Season Ticket at the turnstiles and watch our women in action free of charge!
There is no first team fixture this weekend, but you can still follow the Royals! Get behind our girls at Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park this weekend.
Or, if you're not a Reading FC Season Ticket holder you can buy on the day. And take a look at the Reading FC Women's fixture list for 2018-19 and to purchase your Season Ticket, click here.