Scottish Women's Football League Second Division

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Scottish Women's Football League Second Division
Flag of Scotland.svg
Founded 2002
Country Scotland
Divisions 4
Number of teams 41
Level on pyramid 3
Promotion to SWFL First Division
Relegation to no relegation
Domestic cup(s) Scottish Cup
League cup(s) SWFL Second Division Cup
Current champions Stonehaven (North)
Dunfermline Athletic (East)
Hearts (South East)
Murieston United (West)
(2012)
Website Scottish FA

The Scottish Women's Football League Second Division is the third and lowest tier of the women's football league pyramid in Scotland. It contains forty-one clubs divided into four regional divisions. The champions of each division are eligible to enter play-offs for promotion to the Scottish Women's Football League First Division.[1]

Members 2015 Season[edit]

The most regular home ground, if any, is shown. Many clubs play matches at other venues throughout the season.

North Division[edit]

Team Home city Home ground
Aberdeen LFC Development Aberdeen
Aberdeen LFC Reserves Aberdeen Balgownie
Buchan Ladies Youth Cruden Bay
Dee Ladies Aberdeen Tullos Park
Dee Vale Maryculter Corbie Park
Elgin City Elgin
Kemnay Kemnay
Luthermuir Luthermuir Luthermuir Park
Stonehaven Stonehaven Mineralwell Park
Turriff United Turriff The Haughs

East/Central Division[edit]

Team Home town Home ground
Central Girls
Dundee City Dundee Charlotte Street
Dunfermline 2013 Dunfermline Pitreavie
East Fife Violet Levenmouth Stratheden Hospital, Cupar
Falkirk FC Falkirk Bo'ness Academy, Bo'ness
Falkirk LFC Reserves Falkirk Westfield Park, Denny
Forfar Farmington Development
Forfar Farmington Ladies
Stenhousemuir Falkirk
Tayside Ladies Dundee St Paul's Academy

South East/West Division[edit]

Team Home town Home ground
Boroughmuir Thistle Edinburgh Meggetland
Edinburgh Caledonia Edinburgh Heriot-Watt University
FC Edinburgh Ladies Edinburgh Peffermill
Hearts Development Edinburgh Foresters Park, Tranent
Hibernian Development Edinburgh
Hutchison Vale Reserves Edinburgh Edinburgh Academy
Leith Athletic Edinburgh Leith Links
Murieston United Reds Livingston Bankton Mains
Musselburgh Windsor Musselburgh
Seton Ladies Port Seton Meadowmill, Tranent
Spartans Reserves Edinburgh Spartans Academy

West/South West Division[edit]

2012 champions Murieston United were promoted to the SWFL First Division.

Hamilton Caledonian, Irvine Thistle, Kilwinning Development, Mill United and Whitburn join the league. EK Galaxy drop out while Hamilton Academical Reserves withdraw to play in a new development league.

Team Home town Home ground
Claremont East Kilbride Ballerup
Dumfries Dumfries Kingholm
Glasgow Girls Glasgow Budhill Park, Shettleston
Hamilton Caledonian Hamilton Hamilton Palace
Irvine Thistle Irvine Greenwood Academy
Kilwinning Development Kilwinning Kilwinning Sports Club
Mill United Hamilton
Stranraer Stranraer Rephad Primary School
Viewfield Rovers Lochwinnoch
Whitburn Whitburn Blaeberry Park

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Regional league winners seal play-off place". SWF News. Scottish Women's Football Association. 15 October 2013. Retrieved 27 October 2013. 

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