Welcome to the history of the Winsford Ladies Football Club.

The clubs roots began in 1997 as part of a boys club. But driven by the desire to provide opportunities
for girls to play regular football, Winsford Junior Girls was formed in 1999.


Initially this was with one Under 12's team playing in the Lancashire League. Our first league match
was away at Wigan where we won 3-2, with goals from Kylie Kettle and Sarah Lee, two girls who are still
with the club today. From this small beginning the club continued to grow providing competitive football
from girls aged 8 to Ladies.


At its peak Winsford girls had over 80 players registered. Our first major honour was achieved by our
under 12's team in 2001 when they beat Crewe in the cup final. A total of 26 trophies were to follow.


In 2004 the club formed Winsford Ladies in order to provide regular football to the girls too old
for the junior club.


In the first season the Ladies team finished champions of the Cheshire and Manchester League Division 2 and
gained promotion to League Division 1. A further promotion was to follow in 2008 to the North West Women’s League.


Winsford Junior Girls was the first girl’s team to be awarded a "charter standard status" by the Football Association
for its high standard of coaching and player development.  Winsford Ladies has also been awarded"charter standard status".


We continue to provide these high standards to the Ladies Team.