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Berkshire Women’s Football Pyramid 2021/22

Where do all our women's team sit within in the 2021/22 pyramid?
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If you’re wondering how all our Berkshire sides fit into the women’s football pyramid, we’ve got your full run-down of all seven tiers across the county.

Tier 1 – Reading Women play in the top flight of women’s football in the FA Women’s Super League since their promotion to the league in 2014. The Royals finished 7th in the 2020/21 season, they’ve made some impressive signings in this summer’s transfer window including Tasha Dowie, Gemma Davies and Faye Bryson.

Emma Harries in action for Reading FC Women against Manchester United. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com
Emma Harries in action for Reading FC Women against Manchester United. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

Tier 2 – There are currently no sides playing at this level.

Tier 3 – There are currently no sides playing at this level.

Nicole Barrett in action for Maidenhead United. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos
Nicole Barrett in action for Maidenhead United. Photo: Darren Woolley / darrenwoolley.photos

Tier 4 – Maidenhead United Women will continue their campaign in the National League Division One South West.

Tier 5 – Southern Region Women’s Football League, the Premier Division will see Ascot United Ladies & Woodley United Ladies compete once again for promotion.

Woodley United Women’s FA Cup celebrations. Photo: Neil Graham / ngsportsphotography.com

Tier 6 – Southern Region Women’s Football League – Division One South will hold host to the newly promoted Eversley & California Ladies in their first season in the league.

S4K Ladies versus AFC Caversham Ladies. Photo: Andrew Batt.
S4K Ladies versus AFC Caversham Ladies. Photo: Andrew Batt.

Tier 7 – Home to our highest number of Berkshire sides as it plays host to the Thames Valley Counties Women’s Football League, the divisions are as follows.

Division 1 – Caversham United Women, Mortimer Ladies, Tilehurst Panthers Women and Wargrave Women & Girls FC.
Division 2 – Slough Town Ladies
Division 3 East – Ascot United Ladies Reserves, Holyport Ladies and Slough Town FC Women.
Division 3 South – Caversham AFC Women, Eversley & California Women’s Reserves, Newbury Ladies Development, S4K FC Berks County Ladies, Taplow United Ladies, Thatcham & Newbury Town Ladies, Tilehurst Panthers Women Development and Wargrave Womens Reserves.
Development – Burghfield Ladies, Shinfield Rangers Women, Thatcham & Newbury Town Ladies & Girls and Wraysbury Village Ladies.

Reading Royals Futsal Women Photo: Gary Mann

Though not part of the pyramid, we can also include the Reading Royals Futsal Women’s team who play in the FA National Futsal Series, whilst the newly formed Women’s Development Team play in the Hampshire Futsal League.

Good luck to all our teams competing in the upcoming 2021/22 season.

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