Vacancy: Club and Competitions Co-ordinator 2x P/T Posts
Scottish Womens Football
by Kirsty Fowler
1w ago
Scottish Women’s Football is looking for two driven, enthusiastic and organised Club & Competitions Coordinators to support key elements of the women’s and girls’ game. This is an exciting role for anyone who loves a fast-paced environment, is a skilled administrator and wants to make a real difference to girls’ and women’s football in Scotland. While we would love to hear from anyone who feels they have what it takes, we would really like you to have a proven record in a similar or administrative role.   ROLE TITLE:  CLUB & COMPETITIONS CO-ORDINATOR   RESPONSIBLE TO:&nb ..read more
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Winners announced in £1,000 ScottishPower funding competition for Highlands and Islands Women’s and Girls’ football teams
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
1M ago
 Caithness WFC, Buckie Ladies, Brora Rangers and Shetland Girls have each been awarded £1,000 in a ScottishPower funding competition dedicated to providing essential support for women & girls football clubs. Launched specifically for clubs across the Highlands & Islands, as part of ScottishPower becoming the first ever title sponsor for SWF’s Highlands and Islands league, the competition is the latest initiative in the landmark three-year partnership deal, dedicated to energising women’s football at every age and stage across the country. Four separate prizes of £1,000 were up for ..read more
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Championship and League One transfer updates
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
1M ago
Let’s take a look at the latest comings and goings at SWF’s national leagues, the Championship and League One. Last update 18th June. Dryburgh Athletic The exit of club captain Laura Boag and established keeper Chantelle McKay means a new-look Dryburgh for the new season. Last season’s top scorer Derrian Gollan takes on the skipper’s armband. Rebecca Scobie and Denver Hopkins step up from the development squad to show the effectiveness of the club’s pathway. East Fife East Fife GWFC have advertised they are recruiting for the 2024/25 season as they look to improve on a strong third-placed fini ..read more
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Stenhousemuir are SWF League One Champions after 4-0 victory at Edinburgh Caledonia
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
2M ago
Stenhousemuir have emulated the success of their men’s side by lifting the SWF League One trophy after beating Edinburgh Caledonia 4-0 in the sunshine at Meadowbank. Stenny came into the game knowing that a point would be enough to cross the line, but started at a frenetic pace despite the hot conditions, moving the ball quickly and building from the back well. Josie Cawood hit the upright early on and a header from a corner went just wide before Eva Ralston connected beautifully with a pass out wide right to curl a volley past the keeper and into the top corner. Star defender Rachel Vickerman ..read more
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Scottish Women’s Football strengthens board with two new directors
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
2M ago
Scottish Women’s Football has appointed two new directors to oversee long-term growth and sustainability in the women’s and girls’ game. Linklaters Managing Associate Georgina King becomes SWF’s new Strong Quality Growth Director, while Andrew Lawrence, Strategy Director with one of the world’s largest brewing companies, will take over as SWF’s new Perform and Win Director. Both demonstrated clear leadership qualities and strategic vision in the interview process. Having played football since a young age and currently playing for Tooting Bec FC, Georgina has first-hand experience of the trials ..read more
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Player’s Player of the Season shortlists announced for SWF leagues
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
2M ago
Scottish Women’s Football is delighted to announce the shortlists for the Player’s Player of the Season for the SWF Championship, League One and the regional SWFL divisions. Each shortlist is made up of the players in each league that received the most nominations from fellow players in an online poll. Players will now have an opportunity to vote from their respective shortlist to decide who will take the gong. SWF CEO Aileen Campbell said: “In women’s football, and especially in the grassroots game, it’s vitally important to value the players who light up their leagues and provide them with m ..read more
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Stenhousemuir within touching distance of SWF League One title after derby dominance
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
2M ago
Stenhousemuir need only a point from their remaining match to lift the SWF League One title trophy, after dominating Falkirk 6-0 in the derby. A first-half hat trick from Lucia Zamorano after an opener from Amy MacLarty in just the second minute left Falkirk a mountain to climb in the second half, and Stenny remained clinical after the break, sealing the win with a goal from Eva Ralston before Praise Adebo converted a penalty in the 83rd minute to send their local rivals out of the title race. Forfar Farmington remain three points behind Stenhousemuir in second after a 2-0 home win against Edi ..read more
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Rossvale secure SWF Championship title and promotion to SWPL
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
2M ago
Glasgow side Rossvale have secured the SWF Championship title and promotion to the Scottish Women’s Premier League 2 after beating Inverness Caledonian Thistle 3-1 in the Highlands. A week after their league cup triumph, Rossvale went into the final day of the top half of the Championship with one hand on the double, having amassed an impressive gap in goal difference that left Ayr United with a monumental task of scoring double figures against East Fife and hoping Caley thistle could triumph to give them any chance of catching them. Buoyed by their extra-time win against Dryburgh last Sunday ..read more
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Rossvale lift the Championship & League One Cup after extra time winner from Jane O’Toole
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
3M ago
Rossvale have lifted the Championship and League One Cup after a close-fought final in Alloa against Dundee side Dryburgh Athletic. Dryburgh’s resolute defence managed to keep Rossvale’s well-known attacking threats quiet for 104 minutes before defender Jane o’Toole nodded the ball into net in extra time to claim the cup for the Glasgow side. Despite their respective league positions, it was Dryburgh who started the brighter, moving the ball forward to Derrian Gollan and Stacey McFadyen. But Rossvale settled their nerves and worked their way into the game, Samantha Ryan enjoying some space on ..read more
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Glenrothes Strollers win fife derby final to lift SWFL Cup
Scottish Womens Football
by Tom Freeman
3M ago
Glenrothes Strollers Ladies have won their first silverware, lifting the SWFL cup after a tense but entertaining all-Fife final against McDermid Ladies at the Indodrill stadium in Alloa. McDermid were awarded a free kick on the edge of the box to give them a last-minute opportunity to take the tie to extra time, but Strollers held on for a 2-1 win in front of around 400 spectators. Both teams quick out of the blocks early, but Strollers enjoyed the early pressure. After eight minutes Kerri Dinnel latched onto a fantastic long pass from Sam Pattison and floated in a ball behind McDermid goalkee ..read more
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