South West Combination Women's Football League

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South West Combination Women's Football League
Country  England
Founded 1998
Folded 2014
Divisions 1
Number of teams 11
Level on pyramid 4
Feeder to FA Women's Premier League Southern Division
Relegation to Southern Region Women's Football League
South West Regional Women's Football League
Last champions Plymouth Argyle L.F.C.
(2013–14)
Website Official website

The South West Combination Women's Football League, also known simply as the South West Combination, was a women's football league in England from 1998 to 2014. Until the creation of the FA Women's Super League in 2011, they sat at the third level of English women's football pyramid along with the three other Combination Leagues – South East, Midland and Northern. The South West Combination fed into the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division, and lied above the Southern Region Women's Football League and the South West Regional Women's Football League in the pyramid. For the 2014–15 season the South West Combination was incorporated into the newly re-structured FA Women's Premier League as the FA WPL South West Division One.

Clubs for 2013–14 season[edit]

Club Finishing position 2012–13 Finishing position 2013–14
Chichester City 3rd
Exeter City 6th 2nd
Forest Green Rovers 4th 4th
Keynsham Development 10th 9th
Larkhall Athletic 6th
Newquay 8th 10th
Plymouth Argyle 3rd 1st
Shanklin 1st in Southern 8th
Southampton Saints 7th 7th
Swindon Town 5th 5th
University of Portsmouth Community 9th 11th

Previous champions[edit]

Season Winner
1998–99 Cardiff County (now known as Cardiff City Ladies F.C.)
1999–00 Newport Strikers W.F.C.
2000–01 Bristol Rovers (later known as Bristol Academy W.F.C., now Bristol City W.F.C.)
2001–02 Bristol City W.F.C. (later known as Team Bath, now defunct)
2002–03 Portsmouth F.C. Ladies
2003–04 Cardiff City Ladies F.C.
2004–05 Reading Royals L.F.C.
2005–06 Keynsham Town L.F.C.
2006–07 Newquay A.F.C. Ladies
2007–08 Reading F.C. Women
2008–09 Queens Park Rangers L.F.C.[1]
2009–10 Yeovil Town L.F.C.[2]
2010–11 Plymouth Argyle L.F.C.[3]
2011–12 Yeovil Town L.F.C.[4]
2012–13 Oxford United Ladies F.C.[5]
2013–14 Plymouth Argyle L.F.C.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2008/09 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  2. ^ "2009/10 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  3. ^ "2010/11 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  4. ^ "2011/12 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  5. ^ "2012/13 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 22 October 2013. 
  6. ^ "2013/14 - Table Detail". The Football Association. Retrieved 2 June 2016. 

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