The league is currently built up of 19 teams...
(some teams have entered more than one team into the league!) Please see below for details for all teams.. including training times and contact info! Please do contact the individual teams that are recruiting for details on how to get involved/ join their teams!
We are the Easton Cowgirls Football teams part of Easton Cowboys and Cowgirls Sports and Social Club, a socially and politically-focused organisation that is run entirely by volunteers.
We are part of a global network of clubs who recognise all people’s right to equality, irrespective of their age, class, culture, disability, gender, race, religion, or sexuality.
If you’ve never kicked a ball before or you've played as a pro we’ll do our best to make you feel welcome at our training sessions at th bottom end o Eastville Park from 7.30 pm, we’ll then probably try and convince you to join us for a pint at our pub The Plough in Easton.
For more info about who we are visit our website here.
We are the Misfits, a team of friendly, down to earth women who especially love to socialise together! We are a completely different mix of misfits but we all share a passion for football (&partying!).
We have a completely mixed level of ages and ability with us and whether y0u want to come to training for a bit of extra exercise or would like to take part in games we would love to hear from you!
We currently train on Mondays from 7-8pm on Fairfield High School Astro turf.
We’re the Bristols! A fun and friendly ladies football team playing and training right here in our namesake city. Football is our passion, inclusivity is our goal and we encourage women of all skill levels and fitness to join us - all ages and backgrounds too. Whether you’d like to commit to training or also get involved with the Saturday matches, you’re always welcome under our wing.
Our lovely team has bloomed over the years so this season we’ve flown the nest for broader skies, and have launched two sides into the casual league; go Hawks and Kites! We’ve also been getting our footie fix during the off-season in the 5-a-side league at Goals Stoke.
We train every Tuesday evening at 7pm to 8pm @ Fairfield High School’s AstroTurf pitches off Muller Road. Sessions are £3 a time.
For more info please visit our website
Bristol Uni is a team made up of University of Bristol's Women's Football development squad. We are a mix of beginners and students with experience that want to
play casually. UBWFC welcomes all standards, and we don't want anyone to have doubts about playing or
trying football. We train on Friday's 4:30-6:30pm in the university sports hall. For more information or any questions please visit our website here.
Lebeq Ladies is an inclusive team which welcomes players of all ages, stages and abilities. We work hard to develop as a squad but also like to enjoy ourselves in training and on match day. We currently train on Tuesdays 6.30pm-7.30pm. If you would like to join our team or would like some more info, please contact Charmaine on 07766285080 or email the team on
We are a group of people from different parts of the world that love football and a good laugh.
Training's are on Thursdays at 7pm in Fairfield.
We're a pretty laid back and friendly. For us football is a way to meet new people and socialise. If you want to come and join us please get in touch through our Facebook page.
We are the Cardiff Dragons, Wales' only LGBT+ football team. We're here to provide a safe and welcoming place for LGBT+ people and friends to play football.
We train every Thursday evening at Pontcanna Fields in Cardiff.
We're always up for new players, so if you want to know more check out our website here.
Or find us on Facebook and Twitter.
We are the Portishead Possets, linked to Portishead Town FC - a grassroots, lovely local community club, where most of us have children who play for the Juniors.
The initial ethos behind our team was “If you can’t beat ‘em, join ‘em!” You would think that if you spend hours watching your children train and play football, you’d have at least some of the knowledge required to play football yourself right?
Well it turns out knowledge about what to do, and the skill to do it are very different things! But we train, we laugh, we learn, and then we laugh a bit more. We train at 6.30 to 7.30 in Portishead, either at the Football club in the summer, or local Gordano School through the winter.
If you’re interested in joining us, please contact us through this league :) or give me a call or text Rachel - 07469 232483
We are Steps FC! A super fun and inclusive womxn’s football team who came together 3 years ago (blimey, has really been 3 years!??)
Still, we’ve grown substantially in a short space of time! We’re a mix of ages and skill-sets, indeed, many of our members had never played football before joining.
Affiliated to The Christmas Steps pub, we train every Monday night at Fairfield High School’s pitches off Muller Road 7:30 – 8:30pm. Check us out on Instagram! Up The Steps
Chicken Tikka Mo Salah's
We are Chicken Tikka Mo Salah, a SPICY never BLAND mix of players. Some have SIMMERED in the game longer than others, some are more FRESH.
We HERB it on the grapevine about the 7 a side league, so picked the right DISHES from our local 5 a side league, mixed the right INGREDIENTS, and thought-We’ll do this the RAITA way! Even when it’s CHILLI, we will CURRY on although sometimes Bev will have ‘to pepper up’.
We GINGERLY played at the tournament together for the first time and we won! NAAN out of ten for us! But it’s no big DHAL.’It ain’t over LENTIL it’s over’.
Love Mo - if you would like to join this team please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Introducing Banana F.C, we’re a lovely bunch! Born out of friendship, we started off as a few mates with a new years resolution to get together and play some footie, and (almost) one year later we have grown into a ripe fruit salad of footy enthusiasts, made of all different flavours.
Us bananas come in all shapes and sizes, some of us kicked balls as teenagers for county teams and others had never set foot on a pitch. We’re all about using our tight sportsmanship and love of the team to help each and every one of us, even the people we’re playing, flourish and thrive!
You’ll spot our stickers around town, all over the world, at your favourite festival or in the toilets at the pub.
We get fruity every Friday at our pitch in St Paul’s, we aren't recruiting but we ALWAYS invite you to get fruity with us after at our favourite place (and sponsor) The Love Inn.
We are The Lilies, a friendLILY, sociable team who play hard but party harder. This is our first season, so we’re all shiny and new and ready to build our team! We have a complete mix of people and abilities, from those who regularly fall over to those who don’t. We’re here to have fun!
We train on Thursdays 7pm – 8pm at St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School. Whether you’ve played before or just fancy giving something new a go, come and join us for a kick-about and a pint (or two…) in our pub The Jersey Lily! We may kick but we don’t bite!
For more details please contact our Facebook
Woodlands Women's FC
We are a new team that was set up at the start of 2019. We started the team with the aim of creating a group for women to connect through football.
All abilities are welcome and are currently represented in the team, some women are playing for the first time whilst others have plenty of competitive experience in both small-sided and 11-a-side football.
Due to growing numbers we have very recently expanded to holding two training sessions each week; these are both on a Monday at Patchway Community School, the first session is aimed at players who have played previously and is from 6:45 – 8:00, the second from 8:15 – 9:30 is designed for beginners and those who haven’t played football before but want to give it a go.
We're a company football team that were born out of the guys getting a team and not the girls! We decided to take matters into our own hands and start up the femgineers!
We've only played one year in the league and it's the best! We're a team of all abilities and so having a friendly league where we can practice and just have fun is ideal.