The full constitution for the 2023/24 Southern Region Women’s Football League has been released. The league consists of three divisions; Premier One South and One North, with the North added to the league at the beginning of the 2022/23 season to bring Berks & Bucks Tier Five and Six in line with the rest of the women’s league pyramids across the country.
A total of 32 teams, seven more than the 2022/23 season, will compete this season when the league returns on Sunday 3rd of September* with Berkshire laying claim to six teams across the county in Ascot United, Ascot United Phoenix, Caversham United, Eversley & California Wargrave and Woodley United.
Premier Division (Tier 5)
Eastleigh in the Community
Winchester City Flyers
Badshot Lea are promoted from Division One South, Woodley United are promoted from Division One North and Warminster Town move laterally from the Premier Division of the South West Women’s Regional Football League.
Division One North (Tier 6)
Ascot United Phoenix
Chesham United Reserves
Eversley & California
Penn & Tylers Green
Wycombe Wanderers Reserves
Ascot United Phoenix and Wargrave are promoted from Division One of the TVCWFL, Beaconsfield Town and Wycombe Wanderers Reserves are promoted from Division Two of the TVCWFL, Chesham United Reserves are promoted from Division Three North of the TVCWFL.
Division One South (Tier 6)
Bournemouth Sports Reserves
Eastleigh in the Community Reserves
Havant and Waterlooville
AFC Porchester, Bournemouth Sports Reserves, Eastleigh in the Community Reserves and Fleet Town are promoted from Division One of the HCWFL, whilst Havant and Waterlooville are promoted from Division Three of the HCWFL.
*This is a tbc, but our best prediction for the season start.