|1||Manchester City W||16||42||13||3||0||36||4||+32|
|2||Chelsea W||16||37||12||1||3||42||17||+25 2|
|3||Arsenal W||16||32||10||2||4||33||14||+19 2|
|4||Birmingham W||16||27||7||6||3||18||13||+5 6|
|5||Liverpool W||16||25||7||4||5||27||23||+4 2|
|6||Notts County W||16||16||4||4||8||16||26||-10 2|
|7||Sunderland W||16||10||2||4||10||17||41||-24 6|
|8||Reading W||16||9||1||6||9||15||26||-11 1|
|9||Doncaster W||16||3||1||0||15||8||48||-40 1|
The Football Association Women's Super League 1 (FA WSL 1) is the highest division in of women's football in England. The division forms the top half of the Football Association Women's Super League, with relegation down to the WSL 2. It is run by the Football Association and began in April 2011. An initial eight teams competed in the league, which replaced the FA Women's Premier League as the highest level of women's football in England. The WSL 2 was introduced in 2014, bringing promotion and relegation to the league. The bottom team of the WSL 1 at the end of each season is replaced by the WSL 2 champion in the next season.
WSL 1 seasons run from April until October. The WSL champions and runners-up qualify for the UEFA Women's Champions League the following season. The current champions are Chelsea, who won their first title in the 2015 season.
The official name The FA WSL and logo of the league were announced on 19 November 2010.