Our Vision

A game that realises the needs, wants and unlimited ambitions of its girls and women.

Our Mission

Continually challenge and support the high-quality development and provision of those who work tirelessly and play fiercely in football.

UNITED in Progress,
EMPOWERED for Growth,
REALISED in Scotland’s Girls and Women.

Our Aim

  • Have regular mainstream coverage – cross channel.
  • Attract strong partners with a shared interest in our objectives.
  • Support the professionalisation of our clubs.
  • Have a vibrant and growing audience.
  • Have investment flowing into the game to support the strategic objectives and the ambitions of our players, clubs, and the National Team.

Scottish Women’s Football owns and manages 66 competitions across Scotland including:

  • Scottish Women’s Premier League (SWPL)
  • SWPL Cup
  • SWF Championship
  • SWF Championship Cup
  • Scottish Women’s Football League (SWFL)
  • SWFL Cup
  • Highlands & Islands League
  • Highlands & Islands League Cup
  • Scottish Women’s Cup
  • Youth Regional League Cups
  • Youth Regional Leagues
  • Scottish Youth Cup
  • Youth National Performance Leagues
  • Youth National Performance League Cups

The SWF Team

SWF Board
Vivienne MacLaren

Chairperson

Kerra McKinnie

Commercial Director

Anne McKeown

Legal Director

Gavin Michie

Finance Director

Daljeet Dagon

Child Wellbeing & Protection

Karen McGowan

Perform & Win

SWF Staff
VACANT

Executive Officer

Lorna Cameron

Senior Club & Competitions Officer

Robert Wilson

Marketing & Communications officer

Michelle Pasnik

Child Wellbeing & Protection Officer

Liam McNally

Club & Competitions Officer

Ruth McGeoch

Administrator

Youth League Management Committees

Sponsorship

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