South West Regional Women's Football League

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South West Women's Football League
Founded1990
Country England
Divisions4
Number of teams36
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Feeder toFA Women's National League South

The South West Women's Football League is at the fifth and sixth levels of the English women's football pyramid, with the seven other Regional Leagues – Eastern, London & SE, Southern, West Mids, East Mids, North East and North West. The South West Regional Women's Football League feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Southern Division, and lies above the Cornwall Women's Football League, Devon Women's Football League, Dorset Women's Football League, Gloucestershire County Womens Football League, Wiltshire FA Women's Football League and Somerset Women's Football League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.

Below the Premier Division the two Division Ones are split geographically with Division One East and Division One West.

Exeter City Ladies were crowned the 2018-19 champions of the Premier League following a 3-1 win over Keynsham Town Development on the 15th of April 2019.

Lakeside Athletic Ladies were promoted from the Devon Women’s League as runners up in 2018/19.

Teams[edit]

The teams competing in the league for the 2019–20 season are:

Premier Division Northern Division Eastern Division Western Division
Bideford Ladies AFC AEK Boco Ladies Forest Green Rovers Women Alphington Ladies
Bishops Lydeard Ladies Almondsbury Women Frome Town LFC Bude Town Ladies
Callington Town Ladies FC Bristol Ladies Union Laverstock & Ford (Ladies) Exeter & Tedburn Rangers FC Women
Ilminster Town Ladies Cheltenham Town Ladies Development Pen Mill Ladies Feniton Ladies FC
Keynsham Town Development (Women) Chipping Sodbury Town LFC Sherborne Town Ladies Plymouth Argyle LFC 2nd
Marine Academy Plymouth Ladies Downend Flyers Women Swindon Spitfires FC Womens Plympton Ladies
Middlezoy Ladies Frampton Rangers Ladies Swindon Supermarine Womens St Agnes AFC Ladies
Portishead Ladies Oldland Abbotonians Ladies Swindon Town Women FC Development
Torquay United Women Weston Mendip Ladies Trowbridge Town Ladies
Wootton Bassett Town Ladies Weston Super Mare Ladies FC

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