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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

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

Scottish Building Society Named As New SWPL Sponsor

The SWPL announced a historic sponsorship deal for the SWPL 1 and SWPL 2 as Scottish Building Society agreed to sponsor the league over the next three years. The deal, which is worth six-figures, is the first title sponsor for Scotland's top two senior leagues. Not only will the investment allow

Collier’s Late Goal Secures Draw For Forfar – Hearts 1-1 Forfar Farmington – SWPL 2

A late equaliser from Gemma Collier saw Forfar Farmington rescue a point against Hearts as they retained their unbeaten start to the season. The two pre-season title favourite met at King's Park off the back of contrasting results last Sunday, with Forfar beating Glasgow Girls and Hearts losing to Motherwell. But

Change Of Venue For Aberdeen v Spartans

Aberdeen have today announced that their opening Scottish Women's Premier League 1 game of the season between Aberdeen and Spartans will now be played on the 12th March at Milton Park, Banchory with a 2pm kick-off. This is due to ongoing drainage issues at Heathryfold Park, Sunnybank. Aberdeen FC Ladies are

SWF Statement On Development League

On the 13th January 2016, the Scottish Women's Football (SWF) released a statement regarding the plans over the Development League. It had been intended that all SWPL clubs had to enter a side into a Development League, however, these plans will not take place in 2017. The statement is as follows: "Following further