Kent begin the 2018 Royal London Women’s County Championship with a Bank Holiday double-header at The County Ground, Beckenham on Sunday 6 May.
Yorkshire visit the Garden of England before the six-time champions entertain 2017 double winners Lancashire on Bank Holiday Monday 7 May.
Kent play the final 50-over match of the season against Somerset at The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence on Sunday 3 June.
In the T20 competition, Kent welcome Birmingham Bears and Middlesex to The County Ground, Beckenham on Sunday 1 July.
Head coach Lydia Greenway said: “We’re already looking forward to 2018 as it promises to be another exciting season for our young squad.
“There’s a lot of great talent coming through from the age group squads and some of our more established players will be looking to push for England honours.
“It’s great to play our home matches at first class grounds and the squad is working hard on their skills to improve on last year’s results.
“We hope Kent members and supporters will be able to come and support us next summer.”
It will be a bumper summer of women’s cricket at Kent with the county hosting England’s Royal London ODI against South Africa at The Spitfire Ground on Friday 15 June.
HOME FIXTURES 2018
Royal London Women’s One-Day County Championship (11am start)
Sunday May 6: Kent v Yorkshire, The County Ground, Beckenham
Monday May 7: Kent v Lancashire, The County Ground, Beckenham
Sunday June 3: Kent v Somerset, The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence
Sunday July 1 at The County Ground, Beckenham:
10.30am Kent v Middlesex
4.30pm Kent v Birmingham Bears