Glasgow Women & Girls promoted to the SWPL1

Glasgow Girls and Women FC have now officially been promoted to the SWPL1 in the wake of their 3-1 victory over Boroughmuir Thistle. The two teams were neck and neck throughout the tail end of the season and the decision of who would join league champions Dundee United in the reformed SWPL1 only came to a head on the last day of the season. The … Continue reading Glasgow Women & Girls promoted to the SWPL1

Aberdeen vs Motherwell: 5 goal thriller ends the SWPL1 on a high note

Motherwell rounded off their best season yet in the SWPL1 with a dramatic late 3-2 victory over Aberdeen. Motherwell finished the season in seventh with 27 points with Aberdeen in front in fifth with 29 points making their first season back in the top-flight a major success. Captain Gill Inglis opened the score line for the women of steel a mere 12 minutes into the … Continue reading Aberdeen vs Motherwell: 5 goal thriller ends the SWPL1 on a high note

Rangers win the SWPL1 after 0-0 draw against 14 in a row champions Glasgow City

Rangers were crowned SWPL champions for the first time ever after a 0-0 draw saw 14 in a row holders Glasgow City confirmed to finish second. Auchenhowie was sold out today as supporters from both sides of Glasgow gathered to see if history would be made. Rangers only needed a draw to claim the title Glasgow City battled to hold for over a decade as … Continue reading Rangers win the SWPL1 after 0-0 draw against 14 in a row champions Glasgow City

The SPFL takeover of the SWPL explained.

The SPFL announced this week that they will now be the governing body for the SWPL1 and SWPL2. The changes will come into place in August when the new season begins. Promotion and relegation between the SWF Championships and SWPL will still function as normal as the SPFL insists the previous pyramid model will remain for SWF clubs that are able to be promoted to … Continue reading The SPFL takeover of the SWPL explained.

Stenhousemuir Ladies back captain after sexist comments

Stenhousemuir captain Nicole McPhee become victim of vile trolling following their match against Rangers in the women’s Scottish Cup on Sunday. Tweets after the game started pouring in from male Rangers fans calling her ‘out of shape’, body shaming her and even saying she ‘doesn’t look like a professional player.’ Unfortunately issues like this are very apparent for women in the public eye, especially in … Continue reading Stenhousemuir Ladies back captain after sexist comments