FAWNL divisions confirmed for the 2022-23 season

FAWNL 2022-23 constitution

The FA Women’s National League has today confirmed the make up of their divisions ahead of the new season starting on Sunday 21 August.

Boldmere St Michaels and Liverpool Feds were promoted to the Northern Premier, where champions Wolves will go again after missing out on a place in the Barclays Championship.

Billericay Town and Cheltenham Town step up to the Southern Premier, with Watford dropping down from the second tier.

Hull City and Middlesbrough are relegated to Division 1 North, in which Merseyrail and York City are both set to make their debuts at this level.

Division 1 Midlands welcomes two regional champions in Northampton Town and Stourbridge, plus Sheffield FC from the Northern Premier.

FAWNL 2022-23 constitution

Ashford Town and Norfolk outfit Wymondham Town await the new challenges of Division 1 South East, with Chesham United moving sideways from the South West and Hounslow down from the Southern Premier.

Cornish side AFC St Austell and Portsmouth-based Moneyfields come into Division 1 South West, which includes three relegated sides; Cardiff City LFC, Keynsham Town and Selsey (formerly Chichester & Selsey).

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