LIVERPOOL FEDS WOMEN'S FOOTBALL CLUB
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Liverpool Feds W.F.C. is an English women's association football club that plays in the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division 1. They were formed in 1991 and originated from the Liverpool Institute of Higher Education (now known as Liverpool Hope University) were they entered the North West Women's Regional Football League. The name Feds originates from the Liverpool Institute of Higher Education College origins where the sports teams played as a Federation of the St Katherine’s and Christ Notre Dame Colleges. In 1993, Liverpool Feds Reserves L.F.C. were formed, and currently play in the North West Women's Regional Football League. Additionally, the girls youth sections were created, and play their football in the Liverpool County FA Girls Leagues. Subsequently, the Reserves and Development squads soon followed. During season 2008-2009 saw the ladies win the North West Women's Regional Football League and gain promotion to the FA Women's Premier National League. In 2017-2018 the First Team won the County Cup for the first time in the clubs history and retained in 2018-2019.