|05 Dec 21||Man United ||-|| Leicester City|
|12 Dec 21||Arsenal WFC ||-|| Leicester City|
|15 Dec 21||Leicester City ||-|| Manchester City|
|19 Dec 21||Leicester City ||-|| Birmingham City|
|09 Jan 22||Reading Women ||-|| Leicester City|
|21 Nov 21||Leicester City|| ||0 - 1|| ||Everton FC|
|17 Nov 21||Durham WFC|| ||1 - 2|| ||Leicester City|
|14 Nov 21||Brighton WFC|| ||1 - 0|| ||Leicester City|
|07 Nov 21||Leicester City|| ||1 - 4|| ||Manchester City|
|03 Nov 21||Leicester City|| ||1 - 3|| ||Everton FC|
Leicester City Women Football Club is an English professional women's football club based in Quorn, Leicestershire. Founded in 2004 as an independent club, Leicester City Women were acquired in 2020 by King Power, the parent company of men's affiliate Leicester City FC. They currently compete in the FA Women's Championship, the second level of the English football pyramid.
Leicester City Women won promotion back into the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division in 2016 winning a record 22 games out of 22. After finishing third and second in the Northern Division in 2017 and 2018 respectively, Leicester City Women applied to take part in the inaugural FA Women's Championship season (2018–19). The Foxes had their bid accepted as announced by the Football Association in May 2018.
Leicester City Women also run a Reserves team and the Leicester City Women Development Centre. The development centre expanded at the beginning of the 2017/18 season and caters for under 9's, 10's, 11's, 12's, 13's 14's, 15's, 16's and 18's.