Launceston United are hoping to use their dominant victory in this year's women's Northern Championship as a springboard to joining the statewide competition.
Since Launceston City's withdrawal in 2018, Ulverstone have been the only Northern side in the Women's Super League.
Football Tasmania is keen to redress the geographical imbalance and there have even been discussions of a composite team from the Launceston clubs to fill the void.
However, just days after clinching the Northern Championship women's title, United confirmed they are seeking to bring statewide soccer to Birch Avenue.
President Tony Pearce said: "We're pretty keen and think that if we don't, we can't see anyone else doing it in the next year or two.
"It would be a big deal for the club to step up and get that recognition.
"We've done a lot of work for the female game and with such a strong junior base think it would be a good fit.
"The female game in Launceston is suffering and we want to put a good team on the park to represent not just our club but the Launceston area."
United have the largest junior registration in the state and are fielding all-girl under-eight, 10, 13 and 16 teams for the first time with a total of 117 registered female players.
Pearce said the club floated the idea at the start of the season since when the women's team, coached by Cameron Heazlewood with assistance from Nick Rawlinson, has romped to the title, winning 11 and drawing one of its 12 matches.
The team beat nearest rivals Devonport 5-0 last week and then clinched the title with a 2-0 win at Launceston City on Saturday.
The club have conducted a player survey and are also staging a supporters' forum to gauge how much enthusiasm there is for the idea.
Pearce said Football Tasmania and City of Launceston had been supportive of the club's intentions.
United must meet strict criteria for statewide leagues which ranges from ground modifications to coaching qualifications.
These include providing skills acquisition programs plus adaptations to facilities like dugouts and perimeter fencing.
Birch Avenue's second pitch is likely to require drainage work as the club would be staging six matches on home days (WSL, Northern Championship men's, women's and reserves plus under-18 and under-16).
Birch Avenue demonstrated its hosting potential by complementing Churchill Park to stage the Launceston Tournament at the weekend.