Scotland Premier League Women 05/19 11:00 10 [4] Spartans Women v Aberdeen Women [2] L 2-1
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 13:00 8 [1] Aberdeen Women v Motherwell Women [2] L 2-3
Scotland Premier League Women 05/05 15:00 7 [6] Hamilton Women v Aberdeen Women [1] D 3-3
Scotland Premier League Women 04/30 18:30 6 [1] Aberdeen Women v Montrose LFC Women [3] D 3-3
Scotland Premier League Women 04/21 15:00 5 Dundee Utd Women v Aberdeen Women W 1-5
Scotland Premier League Women 04/17 18:30 4 [3] Montrose LFC Women v Aberdeen Women [1] W 2-3
Scotland Premier League Women 04/14 13:00 3 [1] Aberdeen Women v Hamilton Women [6] W 3-2
Scotland Premier League Women 03/31 15:00 2 [2] Motherwell Women v Aberdeen Women [1] L 3-0
Scotland Premier League Women 03/17 14:00 1 [1] Aberdeen Women v Spartans Women [3] W 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 03/03 13:00 22 [3] Glasgow City Women v Aberdeen Women [7] L 8-1
Scotland Premier League Women 02/18 14:00 21 [7] Aberdeen Women v Dundee Utd Women [11] W 4-3


Matches played 35 16 19
Wins 13 7 6
Draws 4 2 2
Losses 18 7 11
Goals for 63 30 33
Goals against 101 37 64
Clean sheets 3 2 1
Failed to score 8 3 5

Wikipedia - Aberdeen F.C. Women

Aberdeen Football Club Women, formerly known as Aberdeen Ladies, is a Scottish women's football club affiliated with Aberdeen Football Club that competes in Scottish Women's Premier League 1, the top tier of women's football in Scotland, after winning their second consecutive promotion in 2021.


Aberdeen F.C. Ladies was formed in January 2011, with the merger of Aberdeen City, Aberdeen University, East End Girls F.C. and Aberdeen Ladies & Girls F.C.

On 12 November 2017, after a 4–2 defeat to Stirling University, Aberdeen were relegated from the SWPL 1, the first tier of the Scottish Women's Premier League. When Stefan Laird left the club, Derek Gordon took over as interim head coach. In 2018, the team, who was left with only four players over the age of 20, finished seventh in the league and was once again relegated.

On 29 November 2018, Aberdeen F.C. launched Aberdeen F.C. Women; the club formalised its relationship with Aberdeen Ladies F.C., who will continue to operate teams from U7s to U19 National Performance League, and invited the senior team to Pittodrie Stadium to sign their official registration forms with the club and begin the process of integration with the club. They won the 2019 SWFL Division 1 – North, being immediately promoted back to the Scottish Women's Premier League 2.

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

Founded in 2009, Aberdeen Women have a rich history of success in domestic competitions, consistently challenging for titles and competing in European competitions. The team is known for their strong defensive play, quick counterattacks, and skilled midfielders who can control the pace of the game.

The team plays their home matches at the Aberdeen Sports Village, a state-of-the-art facility that provides a fantastic atmosphere for fans to support their team. Aberdeen Women have a loyal and passionate fan base that cheers them on at every match, creating an electric atmosphere that motivates the players to perform at their best.

With a talented squad of players and a dedicated coaching staff, Aberdeen Women continue to be a force to be reckoned with in Scottish women's football. Their commitment to excellence and determination to succeed make them a formidable opponent for any team they face.