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The FA has formally opened the application process for all women's football clubs to apply to enter the FA Women's Super League (FA WSL) from 2014 onwards.
The expansion of the FA WSL from 2014 forms a key part of the overall objectives of 'Game Changer', the FA's new five-year plan. Up to 20 clubs will be selected to participate in FA WSL1 and FA WSL2. All clubs will also be required to have a reserve team which will play in the FA WSL reserve league. Promotion and relegation will be introduced between the two leagues at the end of the 2014 season, with one club being promoted and one being relegated.
The FA Head of National Game, Kelly Simmons, said: "After a very successful 2012, it is vitally important we continue to build on the growing momentum of women's football in this country.
"We are delighted to be able to open the application process to all clubs and we are now looking to build on what has a very successful first two years for the FA WSL.
"We have always been committed to ensuring we have an elite League at the top of the game that showcases women's football at its very best and a second division of the FA WSL will help us raise standards even further and bring more teams into our summer pyramid."
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