Chelsea have been confirmed as the Women's Super League champions after the 2019-20 season was ended early due to the coronavirus pandemic in May.
At the other end of the standings, Liverpool, whose men's team are on course to be crowned Premier League champions this year, have been relegated to the Women's Championship after finishing bottom of the table.
With the FA striving to end the women's football season on sporting merit, a points-per-game system was used to determine the outcomes of the campaign after 11 days of weighing up the options.
Emma Hayes' Chelsea were second in the table at the time of football's suspension , albeit having played one game less than leaders Manchester City, meaning they edged the top spot, claiming their third WSL title.
Man City's consolation is a top-two finish for the fifth successive season, meaning they pipped last season's champions, Arsenal, to the second UEFA Women's Champions League spot.
The Gunners will be without European football in the 2020-21 season, with the changes to the competition that will ensure three participants from the WSL not to come into place until 2021-22 .
The FA's director of the women's professional game, Kelly Simmons, said: "Firstly, I would like to thank the clubs for their ongoing collaboration and support throughout this period.
"They have played a crucial role in helping to shape the decision-making process, with the welfare of the players and clubs first and foremost.
"I would also like to congratulate the players, coaches and staff of Chelsea and Aston Villa. Although the 2019-20 season has been prematurely curtailed, it has been a hard-fought campaign and their success is well deserved, with the outcome based on sporting merit.
"Women’s football has made huge strides in recent years, and The FA has been at the forefront of investment and support to help grow women’s football at every level of the game.
"Our commitment to the women’s game is unwavering and we will continue to work closely with the clubs to ensure we come back even stronger for the 2020-21 campaign."
Liverpool, who had just one win and six points to show from their 14 league games before football's suspension, will drop out of the top flight of women's football in England for the first time since the WSL was established in 2011.
A founding member of the league, the Reds were crowned champions in 2013 and 2014 with a team that featured the likes of Lucy Bronze and Fara Williams.
It's unknown if they will appeal the decision, which is complicated by the fact that should they complain it would juxtapose awkwardly with wanting the opposite for the men's team should the Premier League fail to conclude.
Liverpool are set to be replaced in the WSL by Aston Villa, who were unbeaten and six points clear at the top of the Women's Championship when football was suspended, having won 13 of their 14 league fixtures.
The Birmingham-based club have been part of the second-tier since 2014, when it was formerly known as WSL 2, and will be competing in the WSL for the first time.
The final WSL standings make for good reading for Manchester United and Tottenham fans too, with the newly promoted sides finishing fourth and seventh respectively in their first seasons in the top tier.
The FA also confirmed that "the resolution of the 2019-20 Women’s FA Cup, which is at the quarter-final stage, is still under review and the FA Women’s Board will meet to discuss the matter later this month".
There is no relegation from the Women's Championship due to results from the third tier down to the seventh tier of the English game being expunged.