Brian Sorensen will launch his Everton reign with a home Barclays Women’s Super League (WSL) game against Leicester City on the weekend of 10/11 September.
Dane Sorensen, who began work with his new players this week, will have an early taste of Merseyside derby action, with Everton due to visit Liverpool on the final weekend of September.
The meetings with Leicester and Liverpool are sandwiched by a trip to West Ham United on 17/18 September.
Everton are poised to host Chelsea, pursuing an unprecedented fourth successive WSL title, on the weekend of 15/16 October, following a three-week pause in club action.
Manager Sorensen’s side go to Aston Villa on 22/23 October and finish the month with a Walton Hall Park match against Manchester United on 29/30 October.
Everton sign off for the Christmas break with a game at Brighton & Hove Albion on 10/11 December.
The first WSL fixture of 2023 for Sorensen’s team is a home clash with Reading on the weekend of 14/15 January.
Everton welcome Liverpool to Walton Hall Park for the season’s second derby encounter on 25/26 March.
The return match with Chelsea in London is planned for 6/7 May, three weeks before Everton wrap up their campaign away at Manchester City on the weekend of 27/28 May.
Last term’s WSL runners-up Arsenal travel to Everton on either 29 or 30 April, with the team’s first clash in the capital set for the weekend of 3/4 December.