Women's football leagues are slowly returning to action across the globe, and here are the fixtures you simply have to keep an eye on.

The start of the year has given fans a chance to get back to watching Women's Football games, and this weekend will be no exception with some of the top competitions taking place to satisfy the cravings of supporters around the world.

Leagues such as the NWSL are still in the preseason stage, while others such as the FA Women's Super League will see their clubs resting for a bit. With that in mind, this weekend we will have the chance to focus on other interesting tournaments out there, so we can get to know the names of some of the upcoming stars in this category.

Without further ado, here are the top three competitions to keep an eye on if you're a women's football enthusiast.

FA Women's Cup

Games for this English competition will be a blast to watch, with teams such as Arsenal, Tottenham, Leicester City and Manchester United ready to lock horns against lower-tier teams in the fourth round of the proper competition.

This round of games will start to eature teams from the FA Women's Super League, and the top game to keep an eye on will be the one between Chelsea and Liverpool, the most recent champions from the Women's Super League and the Women's Championship.

Have a look at the list of games being played this weekend.

Liga MX Femenil

The top-tier football category in Mexican football comes with some of the best possible fixtures taking place this week. Four teams make it to this round of games with a perfect record of three wins, which will make things even more interesting for fans to watch.

Monday's games are the ones to follow for all fans, as Necaxa will host América at Estadio Victoria, and the true match to keep an eye on will be the one featuring Chivas and Juárez, two of the unbeaten teams in the tournament and who could finish the week right at the top of the table if Monterrey or Tigres drop points.

Here's all the info for the games being played in the Liga MX Femenil.

Primera División Femenina

The Spanish Primera División in the Women's category usually brings us interesting games, such as the ones we had on Wednesday. Now, all teams in the competition pick up where they left off with a host of interesting matches, including Barcelona's trip to face Granadilla Tenerife, where Las Culés will try to extend their unbeaten run of 50 games in the domestic competition.

Other matches to keep an eye on will be the game featuring Real Madrid and Athletic Club, while the current runners-up Levante brace themselves to face Alhama, the team with the worst record in the competition so far.

For more details on games, standings, and news, visit our dedicated Women's Football website at LiveSoccerTV.com.