Anglesey League

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Anglesey League
Country  Wales
Founded 1895
Number of teams 8
Level on pyramid 6
Promotion to Gwynedd League
Domestic cup(s) Dargie Cup
Megan Cup
BetFred Cup
Elias Cup
Current champions Holyhead Town
Most championships Gwalchmai 5 Championships
Website Anglesey Football League
Anglesey League 2013–14

The Anglesey Football League (currently the Kon-X Wales Anglesey Football League, for sponsorship reasons) is a football league on Anglesey, Wales, and is equivalent to the sixth level of the Welsh football league system in North Wales. The champions are promoted to the Gwynedd League.

The league also runs four cup competitions which are the Dargie Cup, Elias Cup, Megan Cup and the BetFred Cup.

League members also compete in the North Wales Coast Junior Cup against fellow league members and members from the Caernarfon & District League and the Clwyd League.

After years of struggle the League announced at its AGM that it would start with 12 teams with 5 applications and the only resignation being that of Champions Bro Goronwy making the step up. However, shortly after Menai Bridge Tigers resigned to drop down to youth football. This was followed by Llanfairpwll Reserves resigning after losing their manager and team. Llanfairfechan then left to join the Clwyd League and Maes-y-Bryn also resigned[1]

Member clubs 2016–17[edit]

  • Bethesda Athletic Reserves
  • Bodorgan Juniors
  • Bryngwran Bulls
  • Holyhead Town
  • Llangoed & District
  • Mynydd Llandegai Reserves
  • Pentraeth Reserves
  • Valley

League Champions (Runners-up)[edit]

Dargie Cup Champions[edit]

  • 2007 Bodedern Reserves
  • 2008 Bro Goronwy
  • 2009 Trearddur Bay United
  • 2010 Trearddur Bay United
  • 2011 Trearddur Bay United
  • 2012 Llanerchymedd
  • 2013 Pentraeth
  • 2014 Llangefni Town Reserves
  • 2015 Cemaes Bay

2017 Llangoed & District

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