|Number of teams||40|
|Level on pyramid||4|
|Promotion to|| SWFL 1 North |
SWFL 1 South
|Domestic cup(s)||Scottish Cup|
|League cup(s)||SWFL Second Division Cup|
|Website||Scottish Women's Football|
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.The champions of each division are eligible to enter play-offs for promotion to the Scottish Women's Football League First Division.
Women's association football, also commonly known as women's football or women's soccer is the most prominent team sport played by women around the globe. It is played at the professional level in numerous countries throughout the world and 176 national teams participate internationally.
The Scottish Women's First Division is the third tier of women's football in Scotland. It is split into North and South regions, with one team from each region promoted to SWPL 2. Teams are relegated into one of four Regional Scottish Women's Second Divisions.
East Kilbride Thistle Football Club are a Scottish football club, based in the town of East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire near Glasgow. Nicknamed The Jags, they were formed in 1968 and play at the Showpark, situated in the Village area of the town. Currently playing in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association. They wear all black; their change strips are all red, or white tops with red or black shorts.
Wishaw Juniors Football Club are a Scottish football club, based in the former heavy industrial town of Wishaw, North Lanarkshire. The club plays at adult semi-professional level and plays its football in the West Region of the Scottish Junior Football Association. The club currently competes in the Central District First Division in what is effectively the third of four tiers within the Region.
Hibernian Girls & Ladies Football Club is a women's football team that plays in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top division of women's football in Scotland. Hibernian Ladies are affiliated with Hibernian in Edinburgh and use the club's training facilities and wear the club's colours.
The 2011–12 Scottish Cup was the 127th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The tournament began on 24 September 2011 and ended on 19 May 2012. It was sponsored by William Hill in the first season of a three-year partnership, known as the William Hill Scottish Cup. The winner of the competition qualified for the play-off round of the 2012–13 UEFA Europa League. Heart of Midlothian won 5-1 against city rivals Hibernian at Hampden Park.
The 2011–12 West of Scotland Super League Premier Division was the tenth Super League Premier Division competition since the formation of the Scottish Junior Football Association, West Region in 2002. The season began on 13 August 2011. The winners of this competition gain direct entry to round one of the 2012–13 Scottish Cup. The two last placed sides were relegated to the Super League First Division. The third-bottom placed side entered the West Region league play-off, a two-legged tie against the third placed side in the Super League First Division, to decide the final promotion/relegation spot.
The 2011 Women's Premier League is the tenth season of the Scottish Women's Premier League, the highest division of Women's football in Scotland since its inception in 2002.
The 2012–13 Scottish Cup was the 128th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The tournament began on 4 August 2012 and ended on 26 May 2013. It was sponsored by bookmaker William Hill in the second season of a three-year partnership and is known as the William Hill Scottish Cup. The winner of the competition qualified for the third qualifying round of the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League. The holders Hearts were knocked out by their Edinburgh rivals Hibernian in the fourth round, in a repeat of the previous season's final.
The 2012–13 season was the 116th season of competitive football in Scotland. The season began on 28 July 2012, with the start of the Challenge Cup.
The North West Women's Regional 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, South West, East Mids, West Mids and North East. The North West Women's Regional League feeds directly into the FA Women's Premier League Division One, and lies above the Greater Manchester Women's Football League, Lancashire Women's Football League, Cheshire Women's Football League and Liverpool Women's Football League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.
Football Club Kilmarnock Ladies is a women's football team based in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire that plays in the SWPL 2. Founded as Stewarton Thistle, the club is the oldest women's football team in Scotland and celebrated its 50th anniversary in July 2011.
Burnley FC Women is a women's only football club from Burnley in North East Lancashire and is affiliated with Burnley Football Club. From its inception in 1995 until 2018 it was known as Burnley FC Girls and Ladies. The team is currently a member of the FA Women's National League Division One North.
The Cheshire Women's & Youth Football League is an amateur competitive women's association football competition based in Cheshire, England run by the Cheshire FA. Founded in the 2011–12 season, the league is a recipient of the FA Charter Standard Award.
The 2016–17 season was the 120th season of competitive football in Scotland. The domestic season began on 16 July 2016, with the first round of the 2016–17 Scottish League Cup. The 2016–17 Scottish Professional Football League season commenced on 6 August.
The 2016 Scottish Women's Football League First Division, commonly known as SWFL 1, is the first 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.
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.
The 2018–19 Scottish Challenge Cup, known as the IRN-BRU Cup due to sponsorship reasons, is the 28th season of the competition. The tournament takes on a similar format from the previous season with the addition of two teams from England's National League entering the competition for the first time. This will take the total number of participating clubs to 58.
The 2018–19 season is the 122nd season of competitive football in Scotland.
The 2018–19 Scottish Cup is the 134th season of Scotland's most prestigious football knockout competition. The tournament is sponsored by bookmaker William Hill in what is the eighth season of a nine-year partnership, after contract negotiations saw the initial five-year contract extended for an additional four years in October 2015.
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