|2013||Scottish Women's Premier League - 4th Place, Scottish Premier League Cup Runners Up.|
|2012||Scottish Women's Premier League - 4th Place, Scottish Premier League Cup Runners Up.|
|2011||Scottish Women's Premier League - 2nd Place, Scottish Premier League Cup Runners Up.|
|2010||Scottish Women's Premier League - 3rd Place, Scottish Premier League Cup Runners Up.|
|2009||Scottish Women's Premier League - 3rd Place (Interim Season).|
|2008||Scottish Women's Premier League - 2nd Place, Scottish Premier League Cup Runners Up.|
The women's Premier team, 2nd team and youth teams' train at the Spartans Academy.
The women's teams and girls teams play their matches at the Spartans Academy
The facilities can be viewed on the video player right. back to top
The Spartans Community Football Academy, Ainslie Park Stadium, 94 Pilton Drive, Edinburgh EH5 2HF. Telephone – 0131 552 7854
Getting to Ainslie Park is relatively straightforward. The ground is served directly by the number 21 and 27 buses. If using these buses get off outside Morrison’s Supermarket on Ferry Road. You can also use the numbers 19, 29, 37 & 47 to travel within 0.5 miles of the ground. If using these please get off 3 stops after passing the Western General Hospital. It is a 5 minute walk along Ferry Road, then turn left onto Pilton Drive once you pass Morrison’s.
For more information on these bus route and timetables please visitwww.lothianbuses.com
If travelling by train. Travel to Waverley Station. Due to Princes Street being closed, please take a short walk to George Street to get a bus. Please see bus information above.
Alternatively it costs about £8 from the centre of Edinburgh by Taxi.back to top
By Car from Forth Road Bridge
By car from M8