|Number of teams||59|
|Level on pyramid||5–9|
|Promotion to||Welsh Football League Division Two|
|Current champions||Monkton Swifts |
|Most championships||Hakin United (18 titles since 1945)|
- 1 History
- 2 Member clubs for 2019–20 season
- 3 Champions: Top division
- 4 Pembrokeshire Senior Cup Winners
- 5 See also
- 6 External links
- 7 References
Newspaper articles from the early 1900s show the league existed in the pre-World War One period. The league was reformed for the 1945–46 season, and has played continuously since.
Clubs who have played in the Welsh Football League
The following teams from the league have played in the Welsh Football League across the following years:
- Haverfordwest County
- Milford United (1936–37 to 2003–04 seasons)
- Monkton Swifts (1994–95 to 1999–2000 seasons)
- Pembroke Borough (1946–47 to 1994–95 seasons)
Member clubs for 2019–20 season
Changes to the promotion and relegation of the league was confirmed to be in place for the 2019–20 season.
Champions: Top division
A full list of the league's top flight champions since 1945–46 is as follows:
Number of titles by winning clubs (since 1945)
- Hakin United – 18 titles
- Fishguard Sports – 11 titles
- Merlins Bridge – 11 tiles
- Monkton Swifts – 5 titles
- Narberth – 5 titles
- Goodwick United – 4 titles
- Carew – 3 titles
- Johnston – 3 titles
- Milford United – 3 titles
- New Hedges/Saundersfoot – 2 titles
- Pembroke Borough – 2 titles
- RAF (Pembroke Dock) – 2 titles
- RA Manorbier – 2 titles
- Haverfordwest County –1 title
- RNAS Dale – 1 title
- St Clears – 1 title
Pembrokeshire Senior Cup Winners
- 1950–51: –
- 1951–52: –
- 1952–53: – RAF (Pembroke Dock)
- 1953–54: –
- 1954–55: –
- 1955–56: –
- 1956–57: –
- 1957–58: –
- 1958–59 –
- 1959–60: –
- "Local football notes". The Pembroke County Guardian and Cardigan Reporter. 1 December 1904.
- "Milford Haven". Evening Express. 6 May 1905.
- "End of season soccer". The Pembroke County Guardian and Cardigan Reporter. 27 April 1906.
- "Wiltshires win The Pembrokeshire League". The Pembroke County Guardian and Cardigan Reporter. 8 March 1907.
- "The Football Season". Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Telegraph and General Weekly Reporter for the Counties of Pembroke Cardigan Carmarthen Glamorgan and the Rest of South Wales. 9 September 1908.
- "Pembrokeshire League Championship - Exciting match at Pembroke Dock". The Pembroke County Guardian and Cardigan Reporter. 23 September 1910.
- "Local Football - Robins Once Again Champions". Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Telegraph and General Weekly Reporter for the Counties of Pembroke Cardigan Carmarthen Glamorgan and the Rest of South Wales. 1 April 1914.
- Pritchard, Tom. "Monkton Swifts beat Merlins Bridge to lift Pembrokeshire League Division One title". Y Clwb Pel Droed. Retrieved 24 April 2019.
- "Horgan's winner secures Senior Cup". County Echo and St Davids City Chronicle. 12 April 2016.
- "Ormond goal eases Wizards to victory". Pembrokeshire Sport.
- "Season Review Part 2 – West Wales FA & Gwent County FA leagues". ygemfootball.com. 3 June 2019.