Scottish Women's Football League First Division
|Number of teams||12|
|Levels on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Scottish Women's Premier League|
|Relegation to||SWFL Second Division North
SFWL Second Division West/South West
SWFL Second Division East/Central
SWFL Second Division South East
|Domestic cup(s)||Scottish Cup|
|League cup(s)||Scottish First Division Cup|
|Current champions||Hibernian Reserves
The Scottish Women's First Division is the second tier of women's football in Scotland. Two teams are promoted from this league into the Scottish Women's Premier League. Teams are relegated into one of four Regional Scottish Women's Second Divisions.
Members 2013 Season
2012 champions Hibernian Reserves and second placed Celtic Reserves were ineligible for promotion due to both already having parent teams in the SWPL. 3rd placed Buchan L.F.C. and 4th placed Kilwinning SC were subsequently promoted, replacing the relegated F.C. Kilmarnock Ladies and Inverness City.
Dunfermline Athletic, East Fife, Hearts and Murieston United were promoted from the regional Second Divisions. Hibernian Reserves have withdrawn to compete in a newly formed Development League, with the relegated reserve teams of Glasgow City and Forfar Farmington. These three have been joined by Second Division reserve teams of Spartans and Hamilton Academical.
The most regular home ground, if any, is shown. Most clubs play matches at other venues throughout the season.
|Team||Home town||Home ground|
|Cowdenbeath||Cowdenbeath||Dallas Doyle Memorial Park, Ballingry|
|Cumbernauld Colts||Cumbernauld||Broadwood Stadium|
|Glasgow Girls||Glasgow||Budhill Park, Shettleston|
|Hearts||Edinburgh||Foresters Park, Tranent|
|Inverness City||Inverness||Bught Park|
|Murieston United||Livingston||Bankton Mains|
|Paisley Saints Ladies||Paisley|
- Douglas Barrie (13 December 2012). "Entire Airdrie Ladies FC squad quit and defect to local rivals". stvAirdrie. Retrieved 11 February 2013.
- "Gunners too strong for City". Scottish Women's Football. 25 February 2013. Retrieved 25 March 2013.
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