The Women's England Hockey League is a field hockey league organised by England Hockey that features women's teams from England.  From 2011-2020 it was sponsored by Investec and was referred to as the Investec Women's Hockey League.
|Number of teams||11 (Premier Division)|
10 (Division 1 South)
10 (Division 1 North)
30 (Conference teams)
|Website||Women's Hockey League|
There are 61 teams in the league, the top tier consists of a Premier Division of eleven teams. Below this is tier two, which consists of two ten team Division One regional teams (North and South). The third tier consists of three regional conferences North, West, and East, all consisting of ten teams. The teams play each other home and away during an 18 week season from September to April. The league has a winter break between December and February. At the end of the season there are a series of play-offs that decide which teams are promoted and relegated and which team finish as champions.  The winners of the Premier Division regular season automatically qualify to play in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup. 
League Finals WeekendEdit
The top four Premier Division teams from the regular season qualify for the League Finals Weekend. The team that wins this tournament will be overall champions of the Women's England Hockey League and will qualify to play in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup. If the team finishing top of the Premier Division at the end of the regular season also wins the League Finals Weekend tournament, the tournament runners-up will qualify as England's second team in the EuroHockey Club Champions Cup. 
|Beeston||Beeston, Nottinghamshire||Nottingham Hockey Centre|
|Clifton Robinsons||Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol||Coombe Dingle Sports Centre|
|East Grinstead||East Grinstead, West Sussex||East Grinstead Sports Club|
|Hampstead & Westminster||Maida Vale||Paddington Recreation Ground|
|Holcombe||Rochester, Kent||Holcombe Park|
|Loughborough Students||Loughborough, Leicestershire||Loughborough University|
|Surbiton||Long Ditton, Surrey||Sugden Road|
|Swansea||Swansea||Swansea University's International Sports Village|
|University of Birmingham||Birmingham||Bournbrook|
|Wimbledon 1st XI||Wimbledon, London||Raynes Park High School|
King's College School
Division One SouthEdit
|Cambridge City||Cambridge||Wilberforce Road|
|Harleston Magpies||Harleston||Shotford Heath|
|Isca & University of Exeter||Exeter||University of Exeter Sports Park|
|Reading||Reading, Berkshire||Sonning Lane|
|Sevenoaks||Sevenoaks, Kent||Vine Cricket Ground|
|Slough||Slough, Berkshire||Upton Park, Upton Road|
|Surbiton 2nd XI||Long Ditton, Surrey||Sugden Road|
|Wimbledon 2nd XI||Wimbledon||Raynes Park High School|
King's College School
Division One NorthEdit
|Ben Rhydding||Ben Rhydding||Coutances Way|
|Bowdon Hightown||Bowdon, Greater Manchester||The Bowdon Club|
|Brooklands Poynton||Sale, Greater Manchester||Brooklands Sports Club|
|Durham University||Durham||The Graham Sports Centre|
|Gloucester City||Gloucester||Plock Court and St Peter's High School|
|Leicester City||Leicester||Leicester Grammar School|
|Olton & West Warwicks||Olton||West Warwickshire Sports Club|
|Stourport||Stourport-on-Severn||Stourport Sports Club|
|University of Nottingham||Nottingham||David Ross Sports Village|
Nottingham Hockey Centre
Premiership Tournament/Super CupEdit
|2001–02||Olton & West Warwicks||Slough|
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