On International Women's Day, Scottish Women's Football (SWF) are celebrating the fact that a record 175 sides have entered the 2018 Youth Scottish Cup across three age groups: Under-13s, Under-15s and Under-17s. Currently, the SWF has 474 affiliated teams competing in competition across all levels, with over 6,500 registered players
Scotland’s Caroline Weir has been listed on the shortlist for the 2017 Women’s World XI, a poll organised by FIFPro for the third time.
Weir played every minute of Scotland’s UEFA Women’s Euro 2017 campaign and scored the only goal as Scotland beat Spain in the final group game – the country’s first ever win at a major tournament.
The Scottish Women's Football (SWF) has announced that all matches due to be played this weekend (3rd/4th March) have been postponed due to the weather. This includes SWPL, SWFL, youth regional and national leagues. In a statement on their website, they explain that this is due the forecast which shows that
At their recent AGM, Scottish Women's Football (SWF) added three new members to the Board. Angela Bennett is the new Policy Director, Vincent Bryson as Strategy Director with Donna Martin becoming SWF's first-ever Child Wellbeing and Protection Director. The Chair of SWF, Vivienne MacLaren commented on the appointment, speaking about her
Scottish Women's Football (SWF) have announced the venues for the 2018 League Cup Semi-Finals and Finals, in partnership with the Scottish FA. SWPL Cup The SWPL Cup Semi-Finals and Final will be held at Falkirk Stadium for the first time. Fiona McIntyre, the Executive Officer for SWF was delighted, describing the stadium
Spartans came from behind to beat Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) but needed a late goal to make the scoreline comfortable. It was EUHV who took the lead with Krissy Williams converted a cut-back from Macleod. But Spartans scored the equaliser in the 19th minute after Alana Marshall’s corner was headed in