North West Women's Regional Football League

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North West Women's Regional Football League
North West Women's Regional Football League logo.png
Founded1990
Country England
Divisions3
Number of teams32
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Promotion toFA Women's National League Division One North
Relegation toGreater Manchester Women's Football League, Lancashire Women's Football League Division 1, Cheshire Women's Football League Division 1, Liverpool Women's Football League
WebsiteThe FA

The North West Women's Regional Football League is at the fifth and sixth levels of the English women's football pyramid, parallel with the seven other Regional Leagues – Eastern, London & SE, Southern, South West, East Mids, West Mids and North East.

The North West Women's Regional League feeds directly into the FA Women's National League Division One, and lies above the Greater Manchester Women's Football League, Lancashire Women's Football League, Cheshire Women's Football League and Liverpool Women's Football League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.

The North West Women's Regional Football League consists of two tiers: the Premier Division and two Division Ones which are split geographically, North and South.

2019–20 teams[edit]

Premier Division[edit]

Division One North[edit]

Division One South[edit]

Champions[edit]

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two Division Three
2003–04 Preston North End Rochdale AFC Windscale F.C. Burnley F.C. Girls & Ladies
2004–05 Garswood Saints F.C. Bury Girls & Ladies Burnley F.C. Girls & Ladies Buxton F.C.
Season Premier Division Division One North Division One South
2005–06 Stretford Victoria F.C. Saint Domingo's F.C. Urmston Meadowside
2006–07 Rochdale AFC Mossley Hill F.C. Airbus UK
2007–08 Blackpool Wren Rovers Leigh RMI Fletcher Moss Rangers
2008–09 Liverpool Feds Chorley F.C. Urmston Meadowside
2009–10 Mossley Hill F.C. Wigan Athletic Denton Town
2010–11 Fletcher Moss Rangers Blackpool F.C. Girls & Ladies Northwich Vixens
2011–12 Chorley F.C. Morecambe F.C. City of Manchester F.C.
2012–13 Tranmere Rovers Blackpool Wren Rovers Chester City F.C.
2013–14 Morecambe F.C. Blackburn Community F.C. Birkenhead F.C.
2014–15 Blackpool Wren Rovers Accrington Girls & Ladies F.C. Manchester Stingers
2015–16 Crewe Alexandra Preston North End Reserves MSB Woolton
2016–17 Bolton Wanderers Sir Tom Finney FC Merseyrail Bootle
2017–18 Burnley FC Penrith AFC F.C. United of Manchester
2018–19 Stockport County Bury F.C. West Didsbury & Chorlton

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