Galway & District League
|Level on pyramid||7–12|
|Domestic cup(s)||FAI Junior Cup
Connacht Junior Cup
Connacht Senior Cup
|League cup(s)||Michael Byrne Cup
Joe Ryan Cup
|Most championships||Mervue United ?|
The Galway & District League is an association football league organized by the Galway Football Association. It features amateur and junior clubs from County Galway. It currently features six divisions. Its top division, the Premier Division, is a seventh level division in the Republic of Ireland football league system. Galway & District League teams also compete the FAI Junior Cup. It is currently sponsored by Western Hygiene Supplies, a company based in Tuam 
From newspapers viewed at the National Library of Ireland, the first Galway League may have been played for in 1925–26. It was won by Galway Celtic Albion F.C. with the runners up being Galway Celtic F.C. There is no formal relegation system with any other league within the Republic of Ireland football league system. However both Mervue United and Salthill Devon played in the inaugural 2008 A Championship season. They were both subsequently promoted to the League of Ireland First Division. In 2014 they both withdrew to make way for a single Galway team – Galway United. The senior teams of Mervue United and Salthill Devon subsequently rejoined the Galway & District League.
|Corrib Celtic F.C.||Corrib Park|
|Corrib Rangers F.C.||Corrib Park||Westside|
|Colemanstown United F.C.||Colemanstown|
|Galway Hibernians F.C.||Bohermore||Bohermore Football Pitch|
|Mervue United||Mervue||Fahy's Field|
|NUI Galway||NUI Galway||Dangan|
|Salthill Devon||Salthill||Drom Soccer Park|
|St. Bernards F.C.||Abbeyknockmoy||O'Donoghue Park|
|Tuam Celtic||Tuam||Celtic Park|
|2015–16||St Bernards United F.C.|
|1993–94||Galway Hibernians F.C.|
|1992–93||West United F.C.|
|1991–92||Galway Hibernians F.C.|
|1973–74||Our Lady's Boys Club F.C.|
|1972–73||Our Lady's Boys Club F.C.|
|1971–72||West United F.C.|
- "The Hoops will field a second team in the Airtricity First Division following the withdrawal of Mervue United and Salthill Devon". Goal.com. 20 December 2013. Retrieved 21 December 2013.
- "Mervue United Club Role of Honour". www.mervueunited.com. Retrieved 23 March 2015.
- "Athenry Football Club Roll of Honor". www.athenryfootballclub.com. Retrieved 23 March 2015.
- "Renmore AFC Honours". www.renmoreafc.com. Retrieved 28 March 2015.