Northern Combination Women's Football League

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Northern Combination Women's Football League
Founded 1998
Folded 2014
Country  England
Divisions 1
Number of teams 12
Level on pyramid 4
Feeder to FA Women's Premier League Northern Division
Relegation to North West Women's Regional Football League
North East Regional Women's Football League
Last champions Huddersfield Town Ladies F.C.
Most championships Newcastle United W.F.C.
Website Official website

The Northern Combination Women's Football League, also known simply as the Northern Combination, was a women's football league in England from 1998 to 2014. Until the creation of the FA Women's Super League in 2011, they sat at the third level of English women's football pyramid along with the three other Combination Leagues – South West, South East and Midland. The Northern Combination fed into the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division, and lied above the North West Women's Regional Football League and the North East Regional Women's Football League in the pyramid. For the 2014–15 season the Midland Combination was incorporated into the newly re-structured FA Women's Premier League as the FA WPL Northern Division One.

Clubs for 2013–14 season

Club Finishing position 2012–13 Finishing position 2013–14
Cheadle Heath Nomads 11th 11th
Chester le Street Town 1st in North East 7th
Chorley 2nd 2nd
Huddersfield Town 6th 1st
Leeds City Vixens 8th 9th
Liverpool Feds 10th 8th
Middlesbrough FC Ladies 4th 6th
Mossley Hill 9th 3rd
Sheffield United Community 5th 10th
Stockport County 7th 5th
Tranmere Rovers 1st in North West 4th
Wakefield 12th 12th

Previous winners

Season Winner
1998–99 Bangor City L.F.C.
1999–00 Oldham Curzon L.F.C.
2000–01 Manchester City Ladies F.C
2001–02 Middlesbrough FC Ladies
2002–03 Stockport County L.F.C.
2003–04 Blackburn Rovers L.F.C.
2004–05 Newcastle United W.F.C.
2005–06 Preston North End W.F.C.
2006–07 Sheffield Wednesday L.F.C.
2007–08 Curzon Ashton L.F.C.
2008–09 Leeds City Vixens L.F.C.
2009–10 Rochdale AFC Ladies
2010–11 Sheffield FC Ladies
2011–12 Newcastle United W.F.C.
2012–13 South Durham & Cestria
2013–14 Huddersfield Town Ladies F.C.


  • History of the Northern Combination from Retrieved 21 November 2006.
  • Northern Women's Combination League Retrieved 2 July 2011

External links

  • Official website of the Northern Combination Retrieved 21 November 2006.
  • At FA Full-time
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