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2000–01 Welsh Alliance League

The 2000–01 Welsh Alliance League is the 17th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of fourteen teams and concluded with Llanfairpwll as champions and promoted to the C ...

                                               

2001–02 Welsh Alliance League

The 2001–02 Welsh Alliance League is the 18th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of thirteen teams and concluded with Amlwch Town as champions and promoted to the Cy ...

                                               

2002–03 Welsh Alliance League

The 2002–03 Welsh Alliance League is the 19th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of fifteen teams and concluded with Glantraeth as champions and promoted to the Cymr ...

                                               

2003–04 Welsh Alliance League

The 2003–04 Welsh Alliance League is the 20th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of sixteen teams and concluded with Rhyl Reserves as champions. Runners-up, Llandyrn ...

                                               

2004–05 Welsh Alliance League

The 2004–05 Welsh Alliance League is the 21st season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of sixteen teams and concluded with Bodedern Athletic as champions and promoted to t ...

                                               

2005–06 Welsh Alliance League

The 2005–06 Welsh Alliance League is the 22nd season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of sixteen teams and concluded with Prestatyn Town as champions and promoted to the ...

                                               

2006–07 Welsh Alliance League

The 2006–07 Welsh Alliance League is the 23rd season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of fifteen teams and concluded with Denbigh Town as champions and promoted to the Cy ...

                                               

2007–08 Welsh Alliance League

The 2007–08 Welsh Alliance League, known as the design2print Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 24th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of fifteen ...

                                               

2008–09 Welsh Alliance League

The 2008–09 Welsh Alliance League, known as the design2print Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 25th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of sevente ...

                                               

2009–10 Welsh Alliance League

The 2009–10 Welsh Alliance League, known as the design2print Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 26th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which is in the third level of the Welsh football pyramid. The league consists of sixteen ...

                                               

2010–11 Welsh Alliance League

The 2010–11 Welsh Alliance League, known as the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 27th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which for the first time consists of two divisions: the third and fourth levels of the Wels ...

                                               

2011–12 Welsh Alliance League

The 2011–12 Welsh Alliance League, known as the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 28th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which consists of two divisions: the third and fourth levels of the Welsh football pyramid. ...

                                               

2012–13 Welsh Alliance League

The 2012–13 Welsh Alliance League, known as the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 29th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which consists of two divisions: the third and fourth levels of the Welsh football pyramid. ...

                                               

2013–14 Welsh Alliance League

The 2013–14 Welsh Alliance League, known as the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 30th season of the Welsh Alliance League, which consists of two divisions: the third and fourth levels of the Welsh football pyramid. ...

                                               

2014–15 Welsh Alliance League

The 2014–15 Welsh Alliance League, known as the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League for sponsorship reasons, is the 31st season of the Welsh Alliance League, which consists of two divisions: the third and fourth levels of the Welsh football pyramid. ...

                                               

Llangeinor A.F.C.

Llangeinor Athletic Football Club are an association football club based in the village of Llangeinor near Bridgend, Wales. The club currently plays in the both the South Wales Alliance League Division 2 and the Bridgend & District League in Sout ...

                                               

Merthyr Saints A.F.C.

Merthyr Saints A.F.C. is a Welsh football club based in Merthyr Tydfil. Having previously played in the Welsh Football League the club now play in the South Wales Alliance League.

                                               

Chepstow Town F.C.

Chepstow Town F.C. are a Welsh football club based in Chepstow, South East Wales and founded in 1878. They play in Welsh Football League Division Two.

                                               

Dinas Powys F.C.

Dinas Powys F.C. is a Welsh football club that in the 2018–19 season played in the Welsh Football League Division Two. They are based in Dinas Powys, near Cardiff, in south Wales.

                                               

Newcastle Emlyn F.C.

Newcastle Emlyn F.C. are a football team playing in Ceredigion League First Division from the town of Newcastle Emlyn. The club has previously played in the Welsh Football League. Their reserve side also play in the Ceredigion League and have als ...

                                               

Briton Ferry Athletic F.C.

                                               

2009–10 Welsh Football League Division One

West End, Ely Rangers and Garden Village were promoted from the Welsh Football League Division Two. Cwmbran Town, Croesyceiliog and Newport YMCA were relegated to the Welsh Football League Division Two.

                                               

2010–11 Welsh Football League Division One

Caerau Ely, Cwmbran Celtic and Penrhiwceiber Rangers were promoted from the Welsh Football League Division Two. Bettws, Caerleon, Dinas Powys, Ely Rangers and Ton Pentre were relegated to the Welsh Football League Division Two.

                                               

2012–13 Welsh Football League Division One

Aberaman Athletic changed name to Aberdare Town. Monmouth Town, Tata Steel and Caerleon were promoted from the Welsh Football League Division Two. Caerau Ely, Cardiff Corinthians, Cwmaman Institute were relegated to the Welsh Football League Divi ...

                                               

2011–12 Welsh Football League Division One

Afan Lido were promoted to the Welsh Premier League. Haverfordwest County were relegated from the Welsh Premier League. AFC Porth, Cwmaman Institute and Ton Pentre were promoted from the Welsh Football League Division Two. Caldicot Town, Garden V ...

                                               

2013–14 Welsh Football League Division One

Teams promoted from 2012–13 Welsh Football League Division Two Caerau Ely - 3rd Position Aberbargoed Buds - 2nd Position Goytre - Champions Teams relegated from 2012–13 Welsh Premier League None

                                               

2015–16 Welsh Football League Division One

The 2015-16 Welsh Football League Division One is current season of the top football league in South Wales. Mirroring its North Wales counterpart the Cymru Alliance, the 16-team division forms half of the second tier of the Welsh football league ...

                                               

2009–10 Welsh Football League Division Three

Abertillery Bluebirds were promoted from the Gwent County League and Corus Steel were promoted from the South Wales Amateur League. Briton Ferry Athletic and Llansawel merged to form Briton Ferry Lansawel. South Gower applied to join the league a ...

                                               

2010–11 Welsh Football League Division Three

The 2010–11 Welsh Football League Division Three began on 1 September 2010 and ended on 28 May 2011. Monmouth Town won the league by two points. Caerau claimed third spot on the final day of the season. Requiring an 11 goal victory, they beat Tre ...

                                               

2011–12 Welsh Football League Division Three

Bridgend Street were promoted from the South Wales Senior League and Undy Athletic were promoted from the Gwent County League. Cwmamman United were relegated to the Neath & District League. Cwmbran Town were relegated to the Gwent County League. ...

                                               

2013–14 Welsh Football League Division Three

New Teams entered into this League Lliswerry Rhoose Llanelli Town Bettws Barry Town United Cwmamman United Teams relegated from 2012–13 Welsh Football League Division Two None

                                               

2009–10 Welsh Football League Division Two

West End, Ely Rangers and Garden Village were promoted to the Welsh Football League Division One. Cwmbran Town, Croesyceiliog and Newport YMCA were relegated from the Welsh Football League Division One. Pentwyn Dynamos, Garw and Pontypridd Town w ...

                                               

2010–11 Welsh Football League Division Two

Caerau Ely, Cwmbran Celtic and Penrhiwceiber Rangers were promoted to the Welsh Football League Division One. Bettws, Caerleon, Dinas Powys, Ely Rangers and Ton Pentre were relegated from the Welsh Football League Division One. Cardiff Grange Har ...

                                               

2011–12 Welsh Football League Division Two

AFC Porth, Cwmaman Institute and Ton Pentre were promoted to the Welsh Football League Division One. Caldicot Town, Garden Village, Penrhiwceiber Rangers were relegated from the Welsh Football League Division One. AFC Llwydcoed, Abertillery Blueb ...

                                               

2013–14 Welsh Football League Division Two

Teams promoted from 2012–13 Welsh Football League Division Three Cardiff Corinthians - 2nd Position Chepstow Town - Champions Teams relegated from 2012–13 Welsh Football League Division One Caerleon - 16th Position

                                               

2016–17 Welsh Football League Division Two

The 2016-17 Welsh Football League Division Two will see the following 16 teams participating: Aberbargoed Buds relegated from Welsh Football League Division One Briton Ferry Llansawel demoted from Welsh Football League Division One Abergavenny To ...

                                               

Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division clubs

                                               

2008–09 Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)

The 2008–09 Nizam-Druid Welsh National League was the sixty-fourth season of the Welsh National League. The league was reduced to two divisions for senior teams this season, the remaining two divisions were made into reserves and colts leagues. T ...

                                               

2009–10 Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)

The 2009–10 Welsh National League was the sixty-fifth season of the Welsh National League. The Premier Division was won by Rhos Aelwyd, who gained promotion to the Cymru Alliance.

                                               

2010–11 Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)

The 2010–11 Guy Walmsley & Co Welsh National League is the sixty-sixth season of the Welsh National League. The league began on 14 August 2010 and finished on 20 May 2011.

                                               

2011–12 Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)

The 2011–12 Guy Walmsley & Co Welsh National League is the sixty-seventh season of the Welsh National League. The Premier Division began on 12 August 2011 and ended on 17 May 2012. Division One began on 13 August 2011 and ended on 19 May 2012.

                                               

Aberystwyth Town Ladies F.C.

Aberystwyth Town Ladies F.C. is a football team, playing in the Womens Welsh Premier League, which they were founder members of in 2009. The club plays its home matches at Park Avenue, Aberystwyth, which has a capacity of 5.000. The teams first c ...

                                               

Briton Ferry Llansawel A.F.C. (ladies)

Briton Ferry Llansawel AFC Ladies is a football team, playing in the Womens Welsh Premier League, to which they were promoted in 2018. Briton Ferry Llansawel run a senior ladies team, a ladies reserves team and a ladies youth team. The club plays ...

                                               

Llandudno Ladies F.C.

Llandudno Ladies Football Club are a Welsh womens association football club based in Llandudno Junction, Conwy County Borough. They currently play their home games at Maes Du and play in the Welsh Premier Womens Football League.

                                               

Port Talbot Town Ladies

Port Talbot Town Ladies F.C. is a football team, playing in the Womens Welsh Premier League, which they joined in 2012 – the first season to feature a single division league. The club plays its home matches at Victoria Road, Port Talbot, which ha ...

                                               

Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies F.C.

Rhyl Ladies Football Club, until 2016 known as Rhyl & Prestatyn Ladies Football Club and previously Prestatyn Ladies & Girls Football Club, are a womens association football club based in Rhyl, Denbighshire, Wales. They play their home matches at ...

                                               

1986–87 Wessex Football League

The 1986–87 Wessex Football League was the first season of the Wessex Football League. The champions of this inaugural season were Bashley. There was no promotion or relegation.

                                               

1987–88 Wessex Football League

The 1987–88 Wessex Football League was the second season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the second consecutive season were Bashley. There was no promotion or relegation.

                                               

1988–89 Wessex Football League

The 1988–89 Wessex Football League was the third season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the third consecutive season were Bashley, who were subsequently promoted to the Southern League. For sponsorship reasons, the league ...

                                               

1989–90 Wessex Football League

The 1989–90 Wessex Football League was the fourth season of the Wessex Football League. The league champions for the first time were Romsey Town. Runners-up Newport moved up to the Southern League after this season. For sponsorship reasons, the l ...

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