East Midlands Regional Women's Football League

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East Midlands Regional Women's Football League
East Midlands Regional Women's Football League logo.png
Country  England
Founded 1990
Divisions 3
Number of teams 31
Levels on pyramid 5 & 6
Feeder to Midland Combination Women's Football League

The East Midlands Regional Women's Football League is at the fifth and sixth levels of the English women's football pyramid, with the seven other Regional Leagues – Eastern, London & SE, Southern, South West, West Mids, North East and North West. The East Midlands Regional Women's Football League feeds directly into the Midland Combination Women's Football League, and lies above the Leicestershire Women's Football League, Lincolnshire Women's Football League, Northamptonshire Women's Football League, Nottinghamshire Women's Football League and the Derbyshire Girls & Ladies League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.

Below the Premier Division the two Division Ones are split geographically with Division One South and Division One North.

Teams[edit]

The teams competing in the East Midlands Regional Women's League Premier Division during the 2012–13 season are:

The teams competing in the East Midlands Regional Women's League Division One North during the 2012–13 season are:

  • Appleby Frodingham
  • Greenwood Meadows
  • Grimsby Town
  • Lincoln Ladies Development
  • Mansfield Town Reserves
  • Notts County
  • Pinxton
  • Retford United
  • Ruddington Village
  • West Bridgford

The teams competing in the East Midlands Regional Women's League Division One South during the 2012–13 season are:

  • AFC Trinity
  • Barrowby
  • Kettering Town
  • Loughborough Students Reserves
  • Lutterworth Athletic
  • Netherton United
  • Oadby & Wigston Dynamo
  • Radcliffe Olympic Reserves
  • Raunds Town

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