Results

Scotland Premier League Women 05/19 13:10 10 [1] Celtic Women v Hibernian Women [5] L 1-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/15 17:00 9 [5] Hibernian Women v Rangers Women [2] L 2-3
Scotland Premier League Women 05/10 18:30 8 [5] Hibernian Women v Hearts Women [4] W 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 05/05 15:10 7 [3] Glasgow City Women v Hibernian Women [5] D 2-2
Scotland Premier League Women 05/01 19:00 6 [6] Partick Thistle Women v Hibernian Women [5] L 3-2
Scotland Premier League Women 04/21 12:00 5 [5] Hibernian Women v Glasgow City Women [3] L 0-1
Scotland Premier League Women 04/17 18:45 4 [2] Celtic Women v Hibernian Women [5] L 1-0
Scotland Premier League Women 04/12 18:30 3 [4] Hearts Women v Hibernian Women [5] L 2-0
Scotland Premier League Women 03/31 13:00 2 [1] Rangers Women v Hibernian Women [5] L 2-1
Scotland Premier League Women 03/17 16:00 1 [5] Hibernian Women v Partick Thistle Women [6] W 2-0
Scotland Women FA Cup 03/10 12:00 - Hibernian Women v Rangers Women L 2-6
Scotland Premier League Women 03/03 16:10 22 [5] Hibernian Women v Rangers Women [1] L 0-3

Stats

 TotalHomeAway
Matches played 38 20 18
Wins 16 10 6
Draws 5 1 4
Losses 17 9 8
Goals for 88 56 32
Goals against 60 34 26
Clean sheets 12 6 6
Failed to score 10 3 7

Wikipedia - Hibernian W.F.C.

Hibernian Women's Football Club is a women's football team based in Edinburgh that plays in the Scottish Women's Premier League, the top division of women's football in Scotland. They were officially integrated as a department of Hibernian F.C. in 2022, having previously been linked less formally via their community foundation, using the club's training facilities and colours.

History

Founded in 1997 by Iain Johnston and Paul Johnston, for the initial two seasons of its existence the club was under the auspices of Preston Athletic. The name changed to Hibernian Ladies in 1999 and they became one of the leading women's teams in Scotland. After being temporarily voted out of the Scottish Women's Premier League by its other member clubs in 2005 after officials failed to attend the body's AGM (subsequently downgraded to a warning and small fine), in 2006–07 Hibs secured a domestic double, finishing the league campaign with a 100% record. The club has won the league championship three times and then represented Scotland in the UEFA Women's Cup. In that competition they failed to progress beyond the first round in each instance, finishing second twice and third once in the group stage.

Hibs' Rhonda Jones with the Scottish Women's Cup trophy in 2010

Hibernian won the Women's Scottish Cup in 2010, for the fifth time in eight years. The team's success in the national cup competition was in contrast to their male affiliate, who had not won the Scottish Cup for over a century until their victory in 2016.

In January 2011, six Hibernian players were called into the Scotland women's national football team. In May 2011 Hibernian beat local rivals Spartans 5–2 in the Scottish Women's Premier League Cup final.

Hibs won domestic cup doubles in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Ahead of the 2020 season, the club was rebranded as Hibernian Women and offered their first part-time professional contracts. The senior team was fully integrated into the men's club in July 2022, with the youth sides still being run by the Hibernian Community Foundation.

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

Hibernian Women, also known as the "Hibs," have a rich history and tradition in Scottish football, with a strong fan base and a reputation for producing talented players. The team has enjoyed success both domestically and in European competitions, consistently challenging for titles and trophies.

Known for their attacking style of play and strong team spirit, Hibernian Women are a formidable force on the pitch. With a mix of experienced veterans and promising young talent, the team is always a contender for silverware and a force to be reckoned with in the Scottish football scene.

Off the pitch, Hibernian Women are also known for their community involvement and commitment to promoting women's football at all levels. The team's dedication to developing the next generation of female players and inspiring young girls to pursue their footballing dreams has earned them a loyal following and a respected reputation in the sport.

Overall, Hibernian Women's Football Club is a proud and successful team with a bright future ahead, representing the best of women's football in Scotland and beyond.