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|Full name||Middlesbrough Women Football Club|
|Ground||Bedford Terrace, Billingham|
|League||FA Women's National League North|
|2019–20||FA Women's National League North (season abandoned)|
Middlesbrough Women Football Club are the women's side of Middlesbrough. Founded in 1976, they currently play their matches in the FA Women's National League North, with home games being played at Bedford Terrace, the home of Billingham Town
Middlesbrough WFC also have a reserve side competing in the FA Women's National League Division One North. Their home games are played at Middlesbrough College.
Middlesbrough Women FC were formed in 1976. Originally known as Cleveland Spartans, they were coached in the early days by then Middlesbrough FC players Mark Proctor and David Hodgson.
In 2001–02, Middlesbrough Women FC carried off the Northern Combination title for the first time and were promoted to the Northern Division of the Premier League, where they remained for four seasons. Since being back at Combination level, their best season came in 2010–11 when they finished third.
As a result of the restructuring of the FA Women's Premier League for the 2014–15 season, Middlesbrough Women FC competed in the newly formed FA Women’s Premier League Northern Division One where they finished 4th. For the 2015–16 season, manager Lindsey Stephenson stated that the team's aim was promotion to the Premier League Northern Division.
For the 2021-22 season, Middlesbrough Women FC will compete in the FA Women's National League Northern Division, the 3rd level of women's association football in England.
Andy Campbell is the current First Team manager and coach (2021-22 season). Formerly of Middlesbrough FC, England Under-21's and Cardiff City, Campbell was appointed s manager on August 24 2021.
Previous Middlesbrough First Team managers have included:
Kelsey Byrne, now FA Women's National Coach Developer for the North East and North West regions.
UEFA A qualified, Middlesbrough born, Gemma Grainger who progressed to work with the national England Women's set-up for The Football Association as U20's assistant coach. She is currently manager of the Wales national squad. 
Steph Fairless was Middlesbrough Women manager between 2018 till August 2021.
Marrie Wieczorek (originally a talented central midfielder for the side) was the manager for some 20 years, during much of the early development of Middlesbrough WFC. She was welcomed back as club ambassador in January 2020 by newly appointed chairman Ben Fisher.
- As of 3 August 2020.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
Current Birmingham City and Women's Super League midfielder Emma Kelly is Middlesbrough Women's former club captain, while Glasgow City's Tyler Dodds played for Middlesbrough Women for over three seasons before departing in 2020.
Sunderland Ladies are a neighbouring team and derby. Norton and Stockton Ancients Ladies FC are another neighbouring team who have previously competed in the same league as Middlesbrough WFC (2015–16 season).
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