After a long summer of waiting for its return, the WSL finally got started on Friday night, with Manchester United picking up a 2-0 win against Reading.
This season’s campaign should hopefully have more eyeballs on it than ever before following Sky’s decision to purchase the rights to several matches, and there promises to be plenty of drama at both ends of the table.
The likes of Manchester City and Arsenal will be looking to dethrone champions Chelsea, while Leicester City will be hoping to make a splash after taking the Championship by storm last term.
But who could make the difference for each of the division’s 12 clubs?
With a plethora of talent on display, we’ve picked out one potential standout for every side, from free-scoring strikes to imposing defenders.
Click and scroll through the pages below to check out our tips…
1. Arsenal - Vivianne Miedema
The Gunners will be looking to kick on from their third-placed finish last term, and the Dutch goal machine could be the key to their success. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)
Photo: Catherine Ivill
2. Aston Villa - Alisha Lehmann
The 22-year-old has arrived at Villa from West Ham over the summer, and as new manager Carla Ward puts it, she has the potential to "light up any WSL game". (Photo by Cameron Smith/Getty Images)
Photo: Cameron Smith
3. Birmingham City - Cecilie Sandvej
It could be a tricky season for City, but they'll be hoping that the addition of Denmark international Cecilie Sandvej can help to bolster their defensive ranks. (Photo by Octavio Passos/Getty Images)
Photo: Octavio Passos
4. Brighton - Inessa Kaagman
After spending her summer at the Olympics with the Netherlands, last season’s top scorer Kaagman has signed a new contract with Albion. South Korea international Geummin Lee is also one to keep an eye on. (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)
Photo: Charlie Crowhurst