Caerphilly Castle Ladies F.C.

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Caerphilly Castle Ladies are a football team based in Caerphilly in South Wales. They are one of the biggest Ladies and Girls Football Clubs in South Wales, and run teams from age 8 to adult.

Caerphilly Castle Ladies
Full nameCaerphilly Castle Ladies and Girls Football Club
Founded1999
GroundOwain Glyndwr Playing Fields
Caerphilly
ChairmanJulie Boyce
LeagueSouth Wales Women's and Girls League

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in 1999 and competed in the South Wales Women's League. 2009 saw them reach the Women's Welsh Cup Final, losing 3–0 to eight-time winners Cardiff City Ladies.

2010 saw the club lift the South Wales Women's League Cup after a penalty shoot-out win over UWIC and in the same year they were awarded a place in the Women's Welsh Premier League. Caerphilly went on to fourth in their debut season.

Top-flight recordEdit

Caerphilly joined the Women's Welsh Premier League in 2010. They won and lost exactly 50% of their matches, picking up wins over Newcastle Emlyn Ladies and Trefelin Ladies, while losing to Swansea Ladies and UWIC Women. As a result, they finished third out of five in their debut season.

Club honoursEdit

  • Women's Welsh Cup Runners Up: 2008/09
  • South Wales Women's League Cup Winners: 2009/10
  • South Wales Women's League Ladies 2nd place: Division 2 (Qualified to division one)

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