List of women's association football clubs

List of women's association football clubs

This is a partial list of women's association football club teams from all over the world sorted by home country. Only teams playing at the highest level in each country are shown; for clubs playing at lower divisions, see the separate articles.

"Please note": Some clubs do not play in the league of the country in which they are located, but in a neighbouring country's league. Where this is the case the club is noted as such.

United States


Hong Kong




England and Wales

"Premier league, national division:"
*Arsenal L.F.C.
*Birmingham City L.F.C.
*Blackburn Rovers L.F.C.
*Bristol Academy W.F.C.
*Chelsea L.F.C.
*Doncaster Rovers Belles LFC
*Everton L.F.C.
*Fulham L.F.C.
*Leeds Carnegie L.F.C.
*Liverpool L.F.C.
*Nottingham Forest L.F.C.
*Watford L.F.C.

"Other divisions:"
*AFC Wimbledon Ladies
*Aston Villa L.F.C.
*Brighton & Hove Albion W.F.C.
*Cardiff City L.F.C.
*Charlton Athletic L.F.C.
*Colchester United L.F.C.
*Crewe Alexandra L.F.C.
*Crystal Palace L.F.C.
*Cullompton Rangers LFC
*Lincoln City L.F.C.
*Manchester City L.F.C.
*Millwall Lionesses L.F.C.
*Newcastle United W.F.C.
*Portsmouth L.F.C.
*Preston North End W.F.C.
*Sheffield Wednesday L.F.C.
*Sunderland WFC
*West Ham United L.F.C.


"Eredivisie, top division:"
*ADO Den Haag
*FC Twente
*FC Utrecht
*Roda JC
*SC Heerenveen
*Willem II




*Birkirkara FC - Women's Team
*Hiberians WFC
*Sliema Raiders
*Mgarr United
*St. Venera YB
*Pembroke A.

ee also

*Women's football (soccer)
*Women's football around the world

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