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Scottish Women's Football League Second Division

The Scottish Women's Football League Second Division is the fourth and lowest tier of the women's football league pyramid in Scotland. It contains forty clubs divided into four regional divisions, which are North, Central, East and West.[1] The champions of each division are eligible to enter play-offs for promotion to the Scottish Women's Football League First Division.[2]

Scottish Women's Football League Second Division
Founded2002
CountryScotland
Divisions4
Number of teams40
Level on pyramid4
Promotion toSWFL 1 North
SWFL 1 South
Domestic cup(s)Scottish Cup
League cup(s)SWFL Second Division Cup
WebsiteScottish Women's Football

North/EastEdit

Member clubs for the 2019 seasonEdit

  • Buchan Youth
  • Dryburgh Athletic
  • Dundee City
  • Dunfermline Athletic U21s
  • East Fife Development
  • Forfar Farmington Women
  • Granite City Ladies
  • Jeanfield Swifts Women
  • Moray
  • Westdyke Thistle Ladies

Details: [1]

South East/CentralEdit

Member clubs for the 2019 seasonEdit

  • Airdrie Ladies
  • Blackburn United Development
  • Borders Ladies
  • Edinburgh Caledonia FC
  • Falkirk
  • Lothian
  • Murieston United
  • Musselburgh Windsor
  • Stenhousemuir
  • Stirling University Development

Details: [2]

West/CentralEdit

Member clubs for the 2019 seasonEdit

  • Bishopton
  • BSC Glasgow
  • Clyde FC
  • Glasgow Girls U23s
  • Motherwell Development
  • Pollok United
  • Renton Craigandro Ladies
  • St Mirren WFC
  • United Glasgow
  • West Park United

Details: [3]

West/South WestEdit

Member clubs for the 2019 seasonEdit

  • Annan Athletic Ladies FC
  • Clark Drive Ladies
  • East Kilbride Thistle Ladies
  • Gleniffer Thistle
  • Kilwinning
  • Mid Annandale Ladies
  • Morton Women
  • Rutherglen
  • Stewarton United Ladies
  • Stranraer Ladies

Details: [4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://scotwomensfootball.com/fixtures-and-results/
  2. ^ "Regional league winners seal play-off place". SWF News. Scottish Women's Football Association. 15 October 2013. Retrieved 27 October 2013.

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