Welsh Premier Women's League

Women's Premier League

The Welsh Premier League is the top level women's football league in Wales and was founded in 2009.
The winner receives £8,000 and qualifies for a spot in the UEFA Women's Champions League - in previous years the national cup winner gained the European place.
After three seasons of regional conferences with a play-off final between the Northern and Southern champions to crown the winner, the League was run as a national 12-club competition for the first time in season 2012/13.
Swansea City Ladies were the inaugural champions, beating Caernarfon Town Ladies 4-0 in the final, and again lifted the league title in 2010/11.
UWIC, who are now re-named Cardiff Met, lifted the crown in 2014 in a domestic treble of Welsh and League Cups.
The competing teams in 2014/15 are:

  • Aberystwyth Town
  • Cardiff City
  • Cardiff Met
  • Cwmbran Celtic
  • Llandudno Ladies (formerly Llandudno Junction)
  • Newcastle Emlyn
  • PILCS
  • Port Talbot Town
  • Rhyl and Prestatyn Ladies
  • Swansea City
  • Wrexham 

Welsh Premier Football

WPWL mini table

Cardiff Metropolitan 34
PILCS 27
Cardiff City 25
Swansea City 23
Wrexham 19
Port Talbot Town 17
Cwmbran Celtic 16
Llandudno Ladies 12
Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies 12
Newcastle Emlyn 9
Aberystwyth Town 0
Full table