South West Combination Women's Football League
|Number of teams||11|
|Levels on pyramid||4|
|Domestic cup(s)||FA Women's Cup
Ambassador League Cup
|Current champions||Oxford United|
|Most championships||Cardiff City (2)
Yeovil Town L.F.C. (2)
The South West Combination Women's Football League, also known simply as the South West Combination, is at the fourth level of the English women's football pyramid, along with the three other Combination Leagues – South East, Midland and Northern.
The South West Combination feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division, and lies above the South West Women's Football League Premier Division and the Southern Region Women's Football League Premier Division in the pyramid.
The league operated with only 10 teams for the 2010–11 season instead of the regulation 12, as WFC Fulham and Winscombe L.F.C. both disbanded before the season began. Reading Town L.F.C., who were relegated from the South West Combination at the end of the 2009–10 season, were offered a reprieve but declined.
Havant & Waterlooville L.F.C. also disbanded in October 2012 due to a large number of key players transferring to other teams. They currently have no plans to reinstate the team.
Clubs for 2013–14 season
|Club||Finishing position last season|
|Forest Green Rovers||4th|
|University of Portsmouth Community||9th|
|1998–99||Cardiff County (now known as Cardiff City)|
|1999-00||Newport Strikers W.F.C.|
|2000–01||Bristol Rovers (now known as Bristol Academy)|
|2001–02||Bristol City W.F.C. (now Team Bath)|
|2004–05||Reading Royals L.F.C.|
|2005–06||Keynsham Town L.F.C.|
|2006–07||Newquay A.F.C. Ladies|
|2007–08||Reading F.C. Women|
|2008–09||Queens Park Rangers L.F.C.|
- "2008/09 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- "2009/10 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- "2010/11 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- "2011/12 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013.
- "2012/13 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013.