Lancashire FA Women's County League

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Founded1996
Country England
Divisions2 (current season)
Number of teams17 (current season)
Level on pyramid7–8
Promotion toNorth West Women's Regional Football League Division One
WebsiteOfficial website

The Lancashire FA Women's County League is an amateur competitive women's association football competition based in Lancashire, England run by the Lancashire FA. Founded in 1996 as the Lancashire FA Girls League,[1] the league consists of two division at levels 7 and 8 of the women's pyramid. It promotes to the North West Women's Regional Football League Division One, and does not relegate to any league.

Teams[edit]

The teams competing during the 2015–16[2][3] season are:

Division One[edit]

  • Academy Juniors
  • Barrowford Celtic
  • Blackburn Community Sports Club Reserves
  • Bolton Wanderers Ladies FC Development
  • Burnley FC Girls & Ladies
  • Morecambe FC Community Ladies
  • Penwortham Ladies
  • Southport Shoreline

Division Two[edit]

  • Accrington Girls & Ladies Development
  • Blackpool Wren Rovers Ladies FC Reserves
  • Bury FC Girls & Ladies
  • Cherry Tree Ladies FC
  • Galgate Ladies
  • Great Harwood Rovers Ladies
  • Lancaster City
  • Penwortham Town Ladies
  • St. Josephs

References[edit]

  1. ^ "LFA Womens County League". Lancashire FA. Retrieved 23 September 2015.
  2. ^ "Division One". Lancashire FA Women's County League. Lancashire FA. Retrieved 23 September 2015.
  3. ^ "Division Two". Lancashire FA Women's County League. Lancashire FA. Retrieved 23 September 2015.

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