Birmingham County Women’s League sees influx of teams

Coventry Sphinx Reserves were promoted
Coventry Sphinx Reserves were one of the promoted sides. (Photo: CSLFC)

The Birmingham County Women’s League ended the abbreviated 2019-20 campaign with 18 teams but will begin the new one with 24.

Alvechurch, Coventry Sphinx Reserves, Darlaston Town and Rugby Borough were all promoted to take the Premier Division up to a dozen teams.

There were more comings and goings but Division 1 now also has 12 on board, with an influx of the following sides: Bournville, Castle Vale Town, FC Premier, Long Itchington, Redditch United Reserves, Rugby Borough Development, Stourbridge Development, Sutton United LFC, University of Warwick.

Birmingham County Women’s League 2020-21

Premier Division 

Balls To Cancer FC
Coventry Sphinx Reserves
Darlaston Town
Halas Hawks
Leamington Hibernian
Redditch Borough
Rubery Juniors Ravens
Rugby Borough
SJB Juniors

Division 1

Birmingham Medsoc
Castle Vale Town
Chelmsley Colts
FC Premier
Long Itchington
Redditch United Reserves
Rugby Borough Development
Stourbridge Development
Sutton United LFC
University of Warwick
Walsall Development

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