Scotland Women’s League Play-Offs 05/23 18:45 1 Dundee Utd Women v Kilmarnock Women W 2-1
Scotland Premier League Women 05/19 11:00 10 [5] Dundee Utd Women v Motherwell Women [1] L 0-1
Scotland Premier League Women 05/15 18:30 9 [2] Aberdeen Women v Dundee Utd Women [5] D 1-1
Scotland Premier League Women 05/12 11:30 8 [5] Dundee Utd Women v Montrose LFC Women [3] L 1-2
Scotland Premier League Women 05/05 12:00 7 [4] Spartans Women v Dundee Utd Women [5] D 0-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/27 13:00 6 [6] Dundee Utd Women v Hamilton Women [5] W 2-1
Scotland Premier League Women 04/21 15:00 5 Dundee Utd Women v Aberdeen Women L 1-5
Scotland Premier League Women 04/17 19:00 4 [6] Hamilton Women v Dundee Utd Women [5] L 5-2
Scotland Premier League Women 04/14 15:00 3 [2] Motherwell Women v Dundee Utd Women [5] L 2-1
Scotland Premier League Women 03/31 15:00 2 [5] Dundee Utd Women v Spartans Women [4] L 2-4
Scotland Premier League Women 03/17 13:00 1 [4] Montrose LFC Women v Dundee Utd Women [5] L 1-0
Scotland Premier League Women 03/03 16:00 22 [10] Dundee Utd Women v Hearts Women [4] L 0-3


Matches played 35 17 18
Wins 6 3 3
Draws 3 1 2
Losses 26 13 13
Goals for 34 15 19
Goals against 116 47 69
Clean sheets 3 1 2
Failed to score 17 7 10

Wikipedia - Dundee United W.F.C.

Dundee United Football Club Women is a Scottish women's association football club based in Dundee that is affiliated with the professional men's club Dundee United F.C. Founded in 2015, they play in Scottish Women's Premier League 1, the first tier of the national league system, after winning promotion from the second tier in 2021–22 and third tier in 2018. They had previously been promoted from the fourth tier in their 2016 debut season.


Scottish Premiership club Dundee United announced in April 2015 that they were going to launch a women's team to compete in the Scottish Women's Football League (SWFL) from the following year. Club co-owner and director Justine Mitchell was instrumental in the decision. There were over fifty applicants for the position of head coach, none of whom were women. Gavin Beith was appointed as the team's first head coach in June 2015, with player trials commencing later that month. Ahead of the 2016 season, Fiona Mearns was chosen as the team captain.

United played their first competitive match on 6 March 2016, a 5–0 win over Dunfermline Athletic Development in SWFL Division 2 East at Gussie Park in Dundee. The same teams met again in June to contest the SWFL Division 2 Cup final. United lifted their first trophy with a 9–0 win, having led 7–0 at half time. The league title was secured with a 6–0 win over Edinburgh Caledonia on 9 October 2016. The club ended their first season having won all 16 league matches with a goal difference of +134.

In October 2018, Dundee United secured the SWFL Division 1 North title with a 7–2 win over Cove Rangers. United finished top of the league by a four-point margin, winning promotion to the second tier of the national Scottish Women's Premier League (SWPL) for the 2019 season.

United came under the auspices of the senior men's club in May 2022, changing their name from Dundee United Women's Football Club to Dundee United Football Club Women.

Dundee United Women's Football Club is a professional soccer team based in Dundee, Scotland. The team competes in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top tier of women's football in Scotland.

Founded in 2017, Dundee United Women have quickly established themselves as a competitive force in Scottish women's football. The team is known for their skilled players, strong work ethic, and passionate fan base.

Dundee United Women play their home matches at Tannadice Park, a historic stadium in Dundee that has been the home of Dundee United FC since 1909. The team's colors are tangerine and black, in homage to their male counterparts.

With a commitment to developing young talent and promoting women's football in Scotland, Dundee United Women are a team on the rise and one to watch in the Scottish Women's Premier League.