Liverpool Ladies Football Club is a women's football club affiliated with Liverpool Football Club. The team currently plays in the FA WSL, the highest division of women's football in England. After being relegated from the FA Women's Premier League National Division to the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division for 2009–10, Liverpool won the league after losing only one game all season. On 29 September 2013 Liverpool Ladies clinched their first FA WSL title, and retained the title in 2014. The triumph completed a remarkable turnaround for Liverpool, who had finished bottom of the WSL table in 2011 and 2012.HistoryThe club was founded in 1989 as Newton LFC. It changed its name to Knowsley United WFC two years later; becoming founder members of the National Premier Division organised by the WFA. Knowsley United reached the final of the Premier League Cup in 1993, but were beaten by Arsenal at Wembley. The local MP, Eddie O'Hara, tabled an Early Day Motion congratulating the club on extending the annual sequence of Merseyside clubs playing in Cup finals at Wembley. In 1994 the club reached the final of the FA Women's Cup, losing 1–0 to Doncaster Belles at Glanford Park. That summer the club linked with Liverpool F.C. and took on its name.