2002–03 FA Women's Premier League

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The 11th season of the FA Women's Premier League.

National Division[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1. Fulham 18 16 2 0 63 13 +50 491 Champions, to European Cup
2. Doncaster Rovers 18 13 2 3 34 19 +25 41
3. Arsenal 18 13 1 4 53 21 +32 40
4. Charlton Athletic 18 10 4 4 44 20 +24 34
5. Birmingham City 18 6 3 9 26 31 -5 21
6. Tranmere Rovers 18 6 3 9 25 48 -23 21
7. Leeds United 18 5 4 9 33 42 -9 19
8. Everton 18 5 1 12 18 38 -20 16
9. Southampton 18 2 6 10 10 28 -18 12 Relegated to Southern Division
10. Brighton & Hove Albion 18 1 1 16 18 62 -46 4

1Deducted 1 point for fielding ineligible player (Jess Wright) against Charlton Athletic on October 23, 2002.

Northern Division[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1. Aston Villa L.F.C. 22 16 4 2 59 18 +41 52 Promoted to National Division
2. Sunderland 22 15 4 3 48 25 +23 49
3. Oldham Curzon L.F.C. 22 14 2 6 48 29 +19 44
4. Bangor City Girls F.C. 22 11 4 7 46 37 +9 37
5. Wolverhampton Wanderers W.F.C. 22 9 5 8 28 26 +2 32
6. Liverpool L.F.C. 22 7 8 7 37 32 +5 29
7. Lincoln City L.F.C. 22 6 7 9 38 46 -8 25
8. Manchester City W.F.C. 22 5 6 11 31 37 -6 21
9. Middlesbrough L.F.C. 22 6 2 14 25 44 -19 20
10. Sheffield Wednesday Womens F.C. 22 5 5 12 15 36 -19 20
11. Ilkeston W.F.C. 22 5 4 13 24 44 -20 19 Relegated
12. Garswood Saints L.F.C. 22 3 7 12 26 51 -25 19 Relegated

Southern Division[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1. Bristol Rovers W.F.C. 20 17 1 2 76 19 +57 52 Promoted to National Division
2. Ipswich Town L.F.C. 20 11 2 7 49 36 +13 35
3. Millwall Lionesses L.F.C. 20 10 4 6 41 33 +8 34
4. Barnet L.F.C. 20 10 4 6 29 24 +5 34
5. Bristol City W.F.C. 20 9 5 6 46 35 +9 32
6. Chelsea L.F.C. 20 10 2 8 33 31 +2 32
7. Merthyr Tydfil L.F.C.1 20 9 3 8 30 34 -4 30
8. Langford L.F.C. 20 8 5 7 38 35 +3 29
9. Wimbledon L.F.C. 20 6 1 13 28 47 -19 19
10. Enfield Town L.F.C.2 20 3 2 15 32 59 -27 11
11. Barking L.F.C. 20 2 1 17 22 71 -49 7 Relegated

1 - Newport County changed its name to Merthyr Tydfil.

2 - while Barry Town (relegated from the first level) folded before the season began.

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