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English FA Women's Super League

English FA Women's Super League
2022-2023
Position
Club
Played
Win
Draw
Lose
GF
GA
GD
AVG GF
AVG GA
AVG GD
Points
1
10
6
3
1
20
7
13
2
0.7
1.30
21
2
9
6
2
1
14
4
10
1.56
0.44
1.11
20
3
10
6
1
3
19
14
5
1.9
1.4
0.50
19
4
10
5
4
1
13
8
5
1.3
0.8
0.50
19
5
9
5
1
3
14
10
4
1.56
1.11
0.44
16
6
9
5
0
4
11
10
1
1.22
1.11
0.11
15
7
9
3
4
2
9
8
1
1
0.89
0.11
13
8
10
3
3
4
10
15
-5
1
1.5
-0.50
12
9
9
3
2
4
13
13
0
1.44
1.44
-
11
10
9
2
1
6
14
12
2
1.56
1.33
0.22
7
11
10
2
1
7
10
14
-4
1
1.4
-0.40
7
12
10
0
0
10
5
37
-32
0.5
3.7
-3.20
0
About English FA Women's Super League
The Womens Premier League consists, as of 2014–15, of a Northern and Southern division and four Division 1 leagues. In the 2014–15 season, 72 teams competed in the two divisions of the Womens Premier League. For the 2014/15 season the Premier League was restructured to have a second level, for this the Combination Womens Football Leagues were incorporated to the new Division 1. At level 3 in the pyramid now is the Northern and Southern division, a level below are four groups of Division 1 leagues: Northern, Midlands, South-East and South-West. In addition, the winners of the Northern and Southern Divisions would play each other in a one-off play-off at a neutral venue for an opportunity to be promoted into the WSL, the first instance of promotion between the WPL and the WSL. This play-off was contested between Portsmouth FC Ladies and Sheffield FC Ladies at Stratford FCs ground, with the latter winning through a stoppage time goal. For the 2015/16, there will again be a play-off between the champions of the Southern and Northern Divisions.