List of Welsh Premier League champions

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The Welsh Premier League champions are the winners of the highest league in Welsh football, which is currently the Welsh Premier League, known as the League of Wales prior to the 2002–03 season. Teams in bold are those who won the double of the Welsh Premier League Championship and Welsh Cup, those in italic are those that won the treble of the Welsh Premier League, Welsh Cup and Welsh League Cup in that season.

Champions[edit]

League of Wales (1992–2002)[edit]

Year Champions Runners-up Third place Leading goalscorer Goals
1992–93 Cwmbran Town Inter Cardiff Aberystwyth Town Steve Woods (Ebbw Vale) 29
1993–94 Bangor City Inter Cardiff Ton Pentre Dave Taylor (Porthmadog) 43
1994–95 Bangor City Afan Lido Ton Pentre Frank Mottram (Bangor City) 31
1995–96 Barry Town Newtown Conwy United Ken McKenna (Conwy United) 38
1996–97 Barry Town Inter Cardiff Ebbw Vale Tony Bird (Barry Town) 42
1997–98 Barry Town Newtown Ebbw Vale Eifion Williams (Barry Town) 40
1998–99 Barry Town[2] Inter Cardiff Cwmbran Town Eifion Williams (Barry Town) 28
1999–2000 Total Network Solutions Barry Town Cwmbran Town Chris Summers (Cwmbran Town) 28
2000–01 Barry Town Cwmbran Town Carmarthen Town Graham Evans (Caersws) 25
2001–02 Barry Town Total Network Solutions Bangor City Marc Lloyd-Williams (Bangor City) 47

Welsh Premier League (2002–present)[edit]

Year Champions Runners-up Third place Leading goalscorer Goals
2002–03 Barry Town Total Network Solutions Bangor City Graham Evans (Caersws) 24
2003–04 Rhyl Total Network Solutions Haverfordwest County Graham Evans (Caersws)[4] 24
2004–05 Total Network Solutions Rhyl Bangor City Marc Lloyd-Williams (Total Network Solutions) 31
2005–06 Total Network Solutions Llanelli Rhyl Rhys Griffiths (Port Talbot Town) 28
2006–07 The New Saints[2] Rhyl Llanelli Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 30
2007–08 Llanelli The New Saints Rhyl Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 40
2008–09 Rhyl Llanelli The New Saints Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 31
2009–10 The New Saints Llanelli Port Talbot Town Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 30
2010–11 Bangor City The New Saints Neath Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 25
2011–12 The New Saints Bangor City Neath Rhys Griffiths (Llanelli) 24
2012–13 The New Saints Airbus UK Broughton Bangor City Michael Wilde (The New Saints) 25
2013–14 The New Saints Airbus UK Broughton Carmarthen Town Chris Venables (Aberystwyth Town) 20
2014–15 The New Saints Bala Town Airbus UK Broughton Chris Venables (Aberystwyth Town) 28
2015–16 The New Saints Bala Town Llandudno Chris Venables (Bala Town) 20
2016–17 The New Saints Connah's Quay Bala Town Jason Oswell (Newtown) 22
2017–18 The New Saints Bangor City Connah's Quay Nomads Greg Draper (The New Saints) 21
2018–19 The New Saints Connah's Quay Nomads Barry Town United Greg Draper (The New Saints) 27

Key:

Welsh Cup winners
Welsh League Cup winners
Won both cups

Performances by club[edit]

Six clubs have been champions.

Club Winners Runners-up Third place Winning Years
The New Saints[3]
13
5
1
1999–2000, 2004–05, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2009–10, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2014–15, 2015–16, 2016–17, 2017–18, 2018–19
Barry Town
7
1
1
1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03
Bangor City
3
2
4
1993–94, 1994–95, 2010–11
Rhyl
2
2
2
2003–04, 2008–09
Llanelli
1
3
1
2007–08
Cwmbran Town
1
1
2
1992–93
Inter Cardiff
4
Connah's Quay Nomads
3
Airbus UK Broughton
2
1
Newtown
2
Bala Town
2
Afan Lido
1
Ton Pentre
2
Ebbw Vale
2
Neath
2
Carmarthen Town
2
Aberystwyth Town
1
Conwy United
1
Haverfordwest County
1
Port Talbot Town
1
Llandudno Town
1

Multiple trophy wins[edit]

See Double (association football) and Treble (association football)

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. a Completed the season unbeaten.
  2. a b Also won the FAW Premier Cup.
  3. a The New Saints were known as Llansatffraid until 1996 and Total Network Solutions between then and 2006.
  4. a Graham Evans was awarded the Golden Boot after Andy Moran was tested positive for a banned substance.[1]

References[edit]

General
  • "Golden Boot Winners". Welsh Premier Football. Retrieved 26 July 2012.
  • Wales - List of Champions, RSSSF.com
Specific
  1. ^ Welsh Premier career details for Andy Moran welsh-premier.com Retrieved 17 June 20:38