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Aberdeen Have A New Home

Aberdeen will be playing their home games at the Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) after signing a partnership that will see them play their competitive SBS SWPL 2 matches there. It will also see the first team train at the Village which will include strength and conditioning sessions. Stefan Laird, Aberdeen's Head

Late Hayley Cunningham Free-Kick Sees Motherwell Beat Kilmarnock: Kilmarnock 1-2 Motherwell

Motherwell needed a late free-kick from Hayley Cunningham to begin their season with a 2-1 win over newly-promoted Kilmarnock in what was an entertaining game. Motherwell took the lead when a free-kick was headed in by a Kilmarnock defender, and they had a goal ruled out for offside soon after. In the

Aberdeen Fight Back To Beat Glasgow Girls – Glasgow Girls 1-4 Aberdeen

The first game of the SBS SWPL season saw Aberdeen return from Glasgow Girls with all three points after winning 4-1. It was Glasgow Girls who took the lead in the fourth minute with Kirsty MacDonald scoring the opener. But in first-half stoppage time, Aberdeen equalised through Jo Fraser. In the 69th

EUHV and Hearts Play Out Entertaining Draw – EUHV 1-1 Hearts

Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) and Hearts began their 2018 SBS SWPL 2 season with an entertaining 1-1 draw in a game that saw a penalty awarded and both sides having a goal disallowed. The game was exciting enough to warm up the spectators despite the freezing temperatures. It was the

Tartan Kicks February 2018 Issue OUT NOW!

Ahead of the 2018 SWPL season, read our preview of the upcoming season. We interview players from all 16 SWPL clubs and preview their upcoming season. Emma Tobiasson interviewed Rangers' Head Coach Amy McDonald about her coaching journey, her views on getting women into coaching and her first full season

Forfar Farmington v Jeanfield Swifts – SBS SWPL 2 Preview

Station Park, Kick-off: 2pm The champions Forfar Farmington finish their season against Jeanfield Swifts where they will look to celebrate their title win. They have had a superb season, and are deserved champions. They have still only lost one game all season. A win against Jeanfield Swifts would mean that they