2017 Scottish Women's Football League First Division

The 2017 Scottish Women's Football League First Division, commonly known as SWFL 1, is the second season of the Scottish Women's Football League First Division, the third tier of women's football in Scotland since its reconstruction at the end of the 2015 season.[1]

SWFL 1
Season2017
2016
2018 →
All statistics correct as of 4 November 2016.

The leagues are split into two regional divisions of 12 teams each, North and South. The change was made to increase competitiveness in the league. [1]

Central Girls won the North division and Kilmarnock won the South division. Both were promoted to SWPL 2 for the 2018 season.[2][3]

SWFL 1 NorthEdit

TeamsEdit

 
 
Aberdeen
 
Dunfermline
 
Dundee
 
Forfar
 
Leven
 
Dee
Locations of teams in the 2017 SWFL 1 North
Team Location Home ground Capacity 2016 position source
Aberdeen Reserves Aberdeen Balgownie Playing Fields 1,000 [4]
Central Girls Grangemouth Inchyra Park, Grangemouth 1,000 [5]
Dee Ladies Portlethen Nicol Park 1,000 6th [6]
Westdyke Dee Vale Aberdeen Corbie Hall and Field Maryculter 1,000 [7]
Dundee United Dundee GA Arena 1,000 1st in Second Division East (promoted) [8]
Dunfermline Athletic Cowdenbeath Humbug Park 1,000 2nd [9]
Stirling Uni Development Stirling 7th [10]
Falkirk Ladies Denny Westfield Park 1,000 8th [11]
Forfar Farmington Development Forfar 5th [12]
Granite City Aberdeen 1st in Second Division North (promoted) [13]
Inverness City Inverness Jubilee Park 1,000 8th in SWPL 2 (relegated) [14]
Tayside Ladies Dundee St Pauls Academy 1,000 9th [15]

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Central Girls 18 17 0 1 102 18 +84 51 2018 SWPL 2
2 Dundee United 18 13 3 2 97 30 +67 42
3 Dunfermline Athletic 18 12 2 4 57 37 +20 38
4 Granite City 18 10 3 5 52 43 +9 33
5 Inverness City 18 8 1 9 37 45 −8 25
6 Aberdeen Reserves 18 7 1 10 46 55 −9 22
7 Stirling Uni Development 18 6 2 10 41 53 −12 20
8 Dee Ladies 18 5 1 12 38 74 −36 16
9 Falkirk Ladies 18 5 0 13 35 63 −28 15
10 Westdyke Dee Vale 18 0 1 17 19 106 −87 1
11 Forfar Farmington Development 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2018 SWFL 2
12 Tayside Ladies 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Updated to match(es) played on 22 December 2017. Source: soccerway.com and scotwomensfootball.com[16]
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored

ResultsEdit

Scottish Women's Football

SWFL 1 SouthEdit

TeamsEdit

 
 
Cumbernauld
 
Edinburgh
 
Glasgow
 
Hurlford
 
Lennoxtown
Locations of teams in the 2017 SWFL 1 South
Team Location Home ground Capacity 2015 position source
Boroughmuir Thistle Edinburgh Meggetland Sport Complex 1,000 9th [17]
Celtic Academy Lennoxtown Lennoxtown Training Centre 1,000 4th [18]
Cumbernauld Colts Cumbernauld Ravenswood Playing Fields 1,000 7th [19]
Glasgow City Development Glasgow 6th [20]
Heart of Midlothian U23s Edinburgh 10th [21]
Hibernian Development Edinburgh Meggetland Sport Complex 1,000 2nd [22]
FC Kilmarnock Hurlford Blair Park 1,500 5th [23]
Partick Thistle Glasgow 1st in Second Division Central (promoted) [24]
Queen's Park Glasgow Toryglen Regional Football Centre 7th in SWPL 2 (relegated) [25]
Rangers Development Glasgow 3rd [26]
Renfrew Renfrew New Western Park 1,000 1st in Second Division South-West (promoted) [27]
Westerlands Glasgow 8th [28]

StandingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 FC Kilmarnock (C) 20 19 0 1 69 17 +52 57 2018 SWPL 2
2 Celtic Academy 20 11 4 5 64 29 +35 37
3 Partick Thistle 20 11 4 5 50 44 +6 37
4 Cumbernauld Colts 20 10 4 6 44 43 +1 34
5 Renfrew 20 10 1 9 56 47 +9 31
6 Hibernian Development 20 9 3 8 53 44 +9 30
7 Rangers Development 20 8 0 12 43 44 −1 24
8 Westerlands 20 6 5 9 48 60 −12 23
9 Queen's Park 20 6 3 11 45 60 −15 21
10 Boroughmuir Thistle 20 4 4 12 35 51 −16 16
11 Heart of Midlothian U23s 20 2 0 18 17 85 −68 6 2018 SWFL 2
12 Glasgow City Development 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Source:[citation needed]
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored

ResultsEdit

Scottish Women's Football

ReferencesEdit

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