Northern Combination Women's Football League
The Northern Combination Women's Football League, also known simply as the Northern Combination, is at the fourth level of the English women's football pyramid, along with the three other Combination Leagues – South West, South East and Midland. The Northern Combination feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division, and lies above the North West Women's Football League and the North East Women's Football League in the pyramid. The Combination leagues were founded in 1998.
Clubs for 2013–14 season
|Club||Finishing position 2012–13|
|Cheadle Heath Nomads||11th|
|Chester le Street Town|
|Leeds City Vixens||8th|
|Sheffield United Community||5th|
|1998–99||Bangor City L.F.C.|
|1999-00||Oldham Curzon L.F.C.|
|2000–01||Manchester City L.F.C.|
|2001–02||Middlesbrough F.C. Ladies|
|2002–03||Stockport County L.F.C.|
|2003–04||Blackburn Rovers L.F.C.|
|2004–05||Newcastle United W.F.C.|
|2005–06||Preston North End W.F.C.|
|2006–07||Sheffield Wednesday L.F.C.|
|2007–08||Curzon Ashton L.F.C.|
|2008–09||Leeds City Vixens L.F.C.|
|2009–10||Rochdale AFC Ladies|
|2010–11||Sheffield FC Ladies|
|2011–12||Newcastle United W.F.C.|
|2012-13||South Durham & Cestria|
- History of the Northern Combination from ncfl.co.uk. Retrieved 21 November 2006.
- Northern Womens Combination League Retrieved 2 July 2011
- Official website of the Northern Combination Retrieved 21 November 2006.
- At FA Full-time
- Scunthorpe United Ladies F.C.
- Salford Ladies F.C.