Women's Super League club Reading will play their home matches at Wycombe Wanderers' Adams Park from next season.
The Royals won the WSL 2 title in 2015 and were promoted to the top flight.
Farnborough previously hosted Reading, but their groundshare agreement was not renewed after negotiations between the clubs fell through last month.
Adams Park, which hosted a Women's FA Cup semi-final last season, was the home of Rugby Premiership side Wasps before their move to Coventry in 2014.
Reading's men's Under-21 side currently play some of their matches at Adams Park too.
The Royals have signed a two-year deal to play all their home WSL, FA Women's Cup and Continental Cup games at Wycombe when the new season kicks off in March.
"Adams Park is a superb facility with a fantastic pitch and a great place for Reading Women to establish themselves," general manager Jon Horton said.
League Two Wycombe have been based at the ground since the 1990-91 season.