North East Regional Women's Football League

The North East Women's Regional Football League is at the fifth and sixth levels of the English women's football pyramid, with the seven other Regional Leagues – Eastern, London & SE, Southern, South West, East Mids, West Mids and North West. The North East Women's Regional League feeds directly into the FA Women's National League, and lies above the Durham Women's Football League, East Riding Women's Football League, North Riding Women's Football League and West Riding Women's Football League in the pyramid. The pyramid structure was founded in 1998.

Below the Premier Division sits Division One North and Division One South.

North East Women's Regional Football League
North East Regional Women's Football League logo
Country England
Number of teams34
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Feeder toFA Women's National League


The teams competing in the North East Women's Regional League Premier Division during the 2018–19 season are:

  • Castleford White Rose W.F.C.
  • Durham Cestria Ladies F.C.
  • Farsley Celtic F.C. Ladies
  • Harrogate Town F.C. Ladies
  • Hartlepool United L.F.C.
  • Rotherham United L.F.C.
  • Ryton & Crawcrook Albion Tynedale L.F.C.
  • South Shields L.F.C.
  • Wallsend B.C. L.F.C.
  • York City L.F.C.

The teams competing in the North East Women's Regional League Division One North during the 2018–19 season are:

  • Alnwick Town L.F.C.
  • Boro Rangers L.F.C.
  • Chester-le-Street Town St. Cuthberts L.F.C.
  • Consett L.F.C.
  • Cramlington United L.F.C.
  • Norton and Stockton Ancients L.F.C. Reserves
  • Prudhoe Town W.F.C.
  • Redcar Town L.F.C.
  • Sunderland West End L.F.C.
  • Washington Association W.F.C.

The teams competing in the North East Women's Regional League Division One South during the 2018–19 season are:

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