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Gibraltar women's football championship

Gibraltar women's football championship
Country  Gibraltar
Confederation UEFA
Number of teams 5
Domestic cup(s) Women's Rock Cup
International cup(s) UEFA Champions League
Current champions Lions Gibraltar
Website Official website

The Premier League in Gibraltar is the top level amateur women's football championship of Gibraltar.

Since the 2014/15 season the UEFA Women's Champions League is open to Gibraltar teams. 2014 champions Manchester though were not able to enter as the league currently is played with only nine players per side.


With only few teams in the league, four in 2013–14, the teams play an each other several times.

2014–15 Teams

The 2014–15 season is played by the following five teams. All matches are played on Pitch No.2 at the Victoria Stadium.

List of champions

Senior champions of the last year. The years before only school championships or five-a-side tournaments were held.[1]

The list of champions
Season Champion Notes
2007 St. Joseph's
2007–08 Manchester United [2]
2010–11 Gibraltar United FC [3]
2012–13 College Cosmos [4]
2013–14 Manchester 62 9-a-side
2014–15 Lions Gibraltar 9-a-side[5]

Note: 2013–14 season was played as a nine-a-side league to encourage more clubs to register a team.[6] 2014–15 was nine-a-side too.

Women's Rock Cup

Apart from the league, there is also a cup competition.
Season Champion Runner-up Result Notes
2015 Manchester 62 Ladies Lions Gibraltar Ladies 1–0 9-a-side[7][8]


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External links

  • Football Association

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