Weekend WSL games are typically played on Sundays, but the move ensures that the final round of fixtures will not clash with or be overshadowed by the last day of the 2018/19 Premier League season, scheduled for the Sunday of that weekend.
Although Premier League fixtures throughout the season primarily take place on Saturdays, the last day of every season now always takes place on a Sunday.
The FA confirmed the change of date for the WSL games, with all five fixtures that day due to kick off simultaneously at 12.30pm.
? Last day of the season moved to 12.30pm KO, Saturday 11th May.#FAWSL
— The FA Women’s Super League (@FAWSL) March 25, 2019
In a dramatic twist, the WSL title race could yet actually be decided on the very last day when current leaders Arsenal host second place Manchester City.
The last day will also see Liverpool and Everton contest the Merseyside derby.
|The full final day fixture list is as follows:?|
|?Arsenal v Manchester City|
|?Liverpool v Everton|
|?Reading v Chelsea|
|?West Ham United v Brighton & Hove Albion|
|Yeovil Town v Birmingham City|
With an odd number of clubs currently in the WSL, Bristol City will be the spare team not in action on the final day of the season and will already have played all their games before 11 May.