Women’s Premier League Clubs

Queens Park (Coach Steve Woodfin and Grant Learmont are back at the helm of the 2014 Premier Champions)

Northern Redbacks (Coach Conrad McKelvie, former UWA Coach, replaces former Premier WSL Coach of the Year Tim Hodgson)

Beckenham Angels (Coach Jason Washington-King)

Balcatta (Coach Lisa Tana)

Melville City (Coach Tony Carvajal is in charge of this very young squad for his third term)

University of WA/Nedlands FC (Coach Gavin Sit takes over from Conrad McKelvie)

National Training Centre (Coach Jessine Bonzas)

Quinns FC (Newly promoted Quinns are Coached by former Matilda Lizzy Claydon)

Womens State League Division 1 Clubs

Cockburn City (relegated from Premier Division. Coach Karen Denny)

Leeming Strikers (Coach is Hall of Fame recipient and former Matilda, Sandra Brentnall)

Kelmscott (Coach Anne Gourley)

Curtin (Coach Liam Pollock)

Subiaco (Coach Chris Johnston)

Noranda (Coach John Carter)

Fremantle City (new club from joint venture between East Fremantle Tricolore and Fremantle United. Coach Felim Rugel, former Fremantle United Coach. East Fremantle are competing in the womens Metro Division 1 competition this year)

Bassendean Caledonians (entering the State league for the first time under former NTC player and State Team Coach, Coach Leanne Hill)

Wanneroo City (entering the State League for the first time under former Quinns FC Coach Dave Scragg, 2014 Division 1 WSL Coach of the Year)

Stirling Panthers (Coached by Frank DiCosta. This young squad have been together for several years under Frank and have entered the Night Series to assist with numbers. The squad competes in the women’s Metro Competition)