South West Regional Women's Football League

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South West Women's Football League
Founded1990
Country England
Divisions3
Number of teams26
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Feeder toFA Women's Premier League

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 Women's 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.

Premier League[edit]

The teams competing in the South West Women's League Premier Division during the 2016–17 season are:

  • Yeovil Town Ladies Intermediate
  • Marine Academy Plymouth
  • Bishops Lydeard
  • Torquay United
  • Poole Town
  • Downend Flyers
  • Charlestown
  • Keynsham Town Development
  • Middlezoy Rovers
  • Frome Town

Eastern Division[edit]

The teams competing in the South West Women's League Division One East during the 2016–17 season are:

  • Forest Green Rovers
  • AEK Boco
  • Ilminster Town
  • Oldland Abbotonians
  • FC Chippenham
  • Cheltenham Civil Service
  • Cheltenham Town Dev
  • Team Mendip

Western Division[edit]

The teams competing in the South West Regional Women's League Division One West during the 2016–17 season are:

  • Buckland Athletic
  • Alphington LFC
  • Callington Town
  • Plympton Ladies
  • Newquay Celtic
  • Activate
  • Illogan LFC
  • Exeter and Tedburn
  • Plymouth Argyle Development Ladies

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