Ballymena & Provincial Football League
|Number of teams||53 (11 in Premier)|
|Level on pyramid||4 (Premier only)|
|Promotion to||NIFL Premier Intermediate League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Irish Cup|
IFA Intermediate Cup
|Current champions||Bangor Football Club (2018–19)|
|2016–17 Ballymena & Provincial League|
The Ballymena and Provincial Football League is a regional football league in Northern Ireland. The league has a Premier Division with intermediate status and three junior divisions: Junior Divisions 1, 2 and 3.
The league was formed as the Ballymena and District Junior League in 1948, with twelve founding members, including Moyola Park F.C., the only original member club that still retains membership through its reserve team. In 1983, the name was changed to the Ballymena and District Premier League, and in 1990, intermediate status was granted to the top division and the league was renamed as the Ballymena and Provincial Intermediate League. The league subsequently changed its name again to the current Ballymena and Provincial Football League.
Intermediate clubs in membership (2017–18)
- Ballynure Old Boys
- Chimney Corner
- Coagh United
- Cookstown Youth
- Cookstown RBL
- Glebe Rangers
- Magherafelt Sky Blues
- St James Swifts
- Sofia Farmer
Currently, fourteen teams play in the Intermediate Division. The league champions can be promoted to NIFL Premier Intermediate League, providing they meet the admittance requirements.
Cups that are currently available to the Ballymena & Provincial Intermediate Leagues are:
- Crawford Cup;
- McReynolds Cup;
- O'Gorman Cup;
- Canada Trophy;
- Linda Welshman Memorial Cup;
and teams in the junior divisions can play in the Irish Junior Cup.
List of champions
|2007–08||Ballynure Old Boys|
|2014–15||Ballynure Old Boys|
- Ballymena & Provincial League - (Official Website)