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  • Durham Women seal new partnership and Beth Hepple deal August 15, 2022
    Durham Women have agreed a full-time contract with Beth Hepple and gained a new partner in Katem Logistics. Midfielder Hepple has spent her entire senior career with the club and been a near ever-present since 2014 – [...] The post Durham Women seal new partnership and Beth Hepple deal appeared first on SheKicks.
  • Chelsea’s Emma Hayes celebrates ten years at the helm August 15, 2022
    Time flies when you’re having fun and Emma Hayes OBE certainly enjoys being the boss of champions Chelsea. Yesterday marked a decade at the Blues for Hayes, but as the Barclays WSL’s longest serving and most successful [...] The post Chelsea’s Emma Hayes celebrates ten years at the helm appeared first on SheKicks.
  • Inverness win 5-4 on opening day of Scottish Women’s Championship August 15, 2022
    The opening day in the Scottish Women’s Championship featured a nine-goal thriller as Inverness Caledonian Thistle edged Rossvale. Renfrew 3-0 Hutchison Vale Inverness Caledonian Thistle 5-4 Rossvale Morton 4-1 Ayr United Dryburgh Athletic 0-0 Livingston [...] The post Inverness win 5-4 on opening day of Scottish Women’s Championship appeared first on SheKicks.
  • Women’s pre-season friendly results from 14 August August 15, 2022
    Pre-season games saw Spurs beaten in Kentucky, Birmingham City victorious over Reading, over a thousand fans watched Sunderland beat Nottingham Forest 3-0, while West Ham came from behind to win at Charlton. Abbey Rangers 7-0 Slough [...] The post Women’s pre-season friendly results from 14 August appeared first on SheKicks.

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Welsh Premier Women’s Football League

The top level of domestic football in Wales is the Welsh Premier Women’s Football League. Founded in 2009, the winner of the league qualifies for the Uefa Women’s Champions League.

The eight clubs that formed the league were Aberystwyth Town, Caernarfon Town, Llanidloes, Manorbier, Newcastle Emlyn, Swansea City, UWIC and Wrexham.

The top national cup competition is the FAW Women’s Cup, which was founded in 1992. There is also a Premier League Cup which started in 2014.

The national team have yet to qualify for the final stages of the World Cup or European Championships and are currently ranked among the top 40 in the world and top 20 in Europe.

Their best performance in the European Championships so far was to reach the second qualification round in 2009.

Euro 2021