Midland Combination Women's Football League
|This article is outdated. (September 2015)|
The Midland Combination Women's Football League, also known simply as the Midland Combination, is at the fourth level of the English women's football pyramid, along with the three other Combination Leagues – South West, South East and Northern. The Midland Combination feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division, and lies above the West Midland Women's Football League and the East Midland Women's Football League in the pyramid. The Combination leagues were founded in 1998.
Clubs for 2012–13 season
|Club||Finishing position 2011–12|
|Daventry Town||1st in East Midlands Women's Football League Premier Division|
|Leamington Lions||1st in West Midlands Women's Football League Premier Div|
|Rotherham United||9th in Northern Division|
|1998–99||Birmingham City L.F.C.|
|1999-00||Newcastle Town L.F.C.|
|2000–01||Mansfield Town L.F.C.|
|2001–02||Lincoln City L.F.C.|
|2002–03||Chesterfield F.C. Ladies|
|2003–04||Coventry City L.F.C.|
|2004–05||Nottingham Forest L.F.C.|
|2005–06||Crewe Alexandra L.F.C.|
|2006–07||Rotherham United L.F.C.|
|2007–08||Leicester City W.F.C.|
|2008–09||Derby County L.F.C.|
|2009–10||Coventry City L.F.C.|
|2010–11||Sporting Club Albion L.F.C.|
|2011–12||Wolverhampton Wanderers W.F.C.|
- History of the Midland Combination[dead link] from midlandcombination.org. Retrieved 21 November 2006.
- Midland Women's Combination at FA Full Time Retrieved 17 September 2012.