2010–11 FA Women's Premier League

The 2010-11 season of the FA Women's Premier League is the 19th season of the former top flight of English women's association football. This season the FA Women's Super League becomes the top level, superseding a reduced eight-team Premier League National Division.

Although there will be no promotion to the FA Women's Super League until at least 2013, two teams will be relegated into the Northern and Southern Divisions. The top two from each of these Divisions will then be promoted into a 10-team National Division for 2011-12.[1]

National Division

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Notes
1. Sunderland 14 9 3 2 30 16 +14 30 Champions
2. Nottingham Forest 14 6 5 3 19 16 +3 23
3. Reading 14 6 2 6 24 21 +3 20
4. Leeds United 14 5 3 6 17 17 0 18
5. Barnet 14 4 3 6 20 22 -2 16
6. Watford 14 3 7 4 21 26 -5 16
7. Blackburn Rovers 14 4 3 6 18 24 -6 16 Bottom two will be relegated to Northern / Southern Divisions
8. Millwall Lionesses 14 3 4 7 22 29 -7 13

Last updated: 16 July 2011.
Source: http://www.thefa.com/Leagues/WomensPremierLeague/FixturesAndResults

Top scorers

Rank Player Team Goals
1. Sarah Wiltshire Watford 11
2= Kelly McDougall Sunderland 9
2= Stacey Sowden Barnet 9
4= Catherine Lawson Nottingham Forest 8
4= Kate Longhurst Millwall 8

Last updated: 24 April 2011.
Source: http://full-time.thefa.com/StatLeaders.do?divisionseason=724561&league=872938

References

  • She Kicks article on league constitution
  • Official website
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