Eastern Region Women's Football League

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Eastern Region Women's Football League
ERWFL Logo.jpg
Founded 1990
Country  England
Divisions 3 (current season)
Number of teams 24 (current season)
Level on pyramid 5 & 6
Promotion to FA Women's Premier League Division One
Relegation to
Current champions Haringey Borough Women's FC
(2016-17)
Website http://www.erwfl.co.uk

The Eastern Region Women's Football League is at the fifth and sixth levels of the English women's football pyramid, with the seven other Regional Leagues – London & SE, Southern, South West, East Mids, West Mids, North East and North West. The Eastern Region Women's Football League feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Division One, and lies above the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Football League, Cambridgeshire Football League, Essex County League, Norfolk Football League, and Suffolk Football League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.

The Eastern Region Women's Football League includes teams from the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk, plus a team each from London and Northamptonshire who were part of the league prior to the reorganisation of the women's football pyramid.

Teams[edit]

Eastern Region Women's Football League is located in Southeast England
Dunstable
Dunstable
Sudbury
Sudbury
Acle Utd
Acle Utd
Bedford
Bedford
Billericay
Billericay
Brentwood
Brentwood
Colchester
Colchester
Gt Wakering
Gt Wakering
Haringey
Haringey
Histon
Histon
Royston
Royston
Writtle
Writtle
Map showing the locations of the teams in the Eastern Region Women's Football League Premier Division

The teams competing in the Eastern Region Premier Division during the 2017–18 season are:[1]

  • AFC Dunstable
  • AFC Sudbury
  • Acle Utd
  • Bedford
  • Billericay Town
  • Brentwood Town
  • Cambridge City
  • Colney Heath
  • Royston Town
  • Writtle
Eastern Region Women's Football League is located in Southeast England
Cambridge
Cambridge
Colney Heath
Colney Heath
Hertford
Hertford
Hoddesdon
Hoddesdon
Hullbridge
Hullbridge
Hutton
Hutton
Ipswich
Ipswich
Little Thurrock Dynamos
Little Thurrock Dynamos
Offley & Stopsley
Offley & Stopsley
Silver End
Silver End
Stevenage Resv.
Stevenage Resv.
Wymondham
Wymondham
Map showing the locations of the teams in the Eastern Region Women's Football League Division One

The teams competing in the Eastern Region Division 1 South during the 2017–18 season are:[2]

  • Bishop Stortford
  • Harlow Town
  • Hertford Town
  • Hoddesdon Town
  • Hutton
  • Little Thurrock Dynamos
  • Stevenage Reserves

The teams competing in the Eastern Region Division 1 North during the 2017–18 season are:

  • Cambridge United Reserves
  • Histon
  • Ipswich Town Development
  • Ipswich Wanderers
  • Kings Lynn Town
  • Silver End United
  • Wymondham Town

Previous winners[edit]

Season Premier Div Winner Division 1 Winner
2016-17 Haringey Borough Womens FC Cambridge City Ladies FC
Season Premier Div Winner Div 1 East Winner Div 1 West Winner
2015–16 Stevenage Writtle Royston Town
Season Premier Div Winner Div 1 South Winner Div 1 North Winner
2014–15 Lowestoft Town Southendian Ladies Bar Hill
2013–14 Bedford AFC Dunstable Acle Utd
2012–13
2011–12
2010–11 Arlesey Town Colchester Town Gt Shelford
2010–11 Brentwood Town C&K Basildon Thorpe United
2009–10 Braintree Town Arlesey Town Kettering Town
2008–09 Dagenham & Redbridge Braintree Town West Lynn
2007–08 Norwich City Chelmsford City Kettering Town
Season Premier Div Winner Div 1 East Winner Div 1 West Winner
2006–07 Cambridge City Hethersett Athletic Bedford Ladies
2005–06 Norwich Canaries Haverhill Rovers AFC Kempston
2004–05 Colchester United Fakenham & Aylsham Peterborough
Season Premier Div Winner Div 1 Winner Div 2 Winner
2003–04 Northampton Town Stevenage Vixens Eye United
2002–03 Rushden & Diamonds Northampton Town Cambridge City Res.
2001–02 Colchester United Cambridge Kestrels Stevenage Vixens
2000–01 Cambridge Academicals Haverhill Rovers Wollaston Victoria
1999–2000 Chelmsford City Royston Town Woodbridge Town

References[edit]

General
Specific
  1. ^ "Premier Division - 2015/16". Eastern Region Women's Football League. The FA. Retrieved 6 August 2016. 
  2. ^ "Division One - 2015/16". Eastern Region Women's Football League. The FA. Retrieved 6 August 2016. 

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