Welsh Alliance League

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Lock Stock Welsh Alliance League
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Founded1984
Country Wales
Divisions2
Number of teams31 (16 in Division 1, 15 in Division 2)
Level on pyramid3–4
Promotion toCymru North
Relegation toGwynedd League
Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League
Domestic cup(s)Welsh Cup
Current championsDivision 1 – Llangefni Town
Division 2 – Glan Conwy
(2018–19)
Most championshipsLlangefni Town
(5 titles)
WebsiteWelsh Alliance League
2019–20 season

The Welsh Alliance Football League (currently the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Football League, for sponsorship reasons) is a football league formed in 1984. Division 1 is part of the third level of the Welsh football league system in North Wales. The current champions, in the 2018–19 season, of Division 1 are Llangefni Town and of Division 2 are Glan Conwy.

Member clubs for 2019–20 season[edit]

As confirmation from the league on 25 June 2019[1].

Division 1[edit]

Club Name Stadium 2018–19 position
Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateur Cae Clyd, Blaenau Ffestiniog 2nd (Promoted from Division 2 for 2019–20 season)
Bodedern Athletic Cae Ty Cristion, Village Hall Bodedern 2nd
Denbigh Town Central Park, Denbigh 15th (Relegated from Cymru Alliance for 2019–20 season)
Glan Conwy Cae Ffwt, Glan Conwy 1st (Promoted from Division 2 for 2019–20 season)
Greenfield Bagillt Road, Greenfield 4th
Holyhead Hotspur The New Stadium, Holyhead 16th (Relegated from Cymru Alliance for 2019–20 season)
Llanberis Ffordd Padarn, Llanberis 10th
Llandudno Albion Ffordd Dwyfor, Llandudno 3rd
Llandyrnog United Cae Nant, Llandyrnog 13th
Llanrug United Eithin Duon, Llanrug 5th
Llanrwst United Gwydir Park, Llanrwst 11th
Mynydd Llandegai Mynydd Llandygai 12th
Nantlle Vale Maes Dulyn, Penygroes 6th
Penrhyndeudraeth Maes Y Parc, Penrhyndeudraeth 8th
Prestatyn Sports Gronant Playing Fields, Prestatyn 7th
St Asaph City Roe Plas, St Asaph 9th

Division 2[edit]

Club name Stadium 2018–19 position
Amlwch Town Lôn Bach, Amlwch 15th
Aberffraw Ty Croes, Aberffraw 5th
Barmouth & Dyffryn United Wern Mynach, Barmouth 14th (Relegated from Division 1 for 2019–20 season)
Gaerwen Lon Groes, Gaerwen 11th
Gwalchmai Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai 2nd (Promoted from Gwynedd League for 2019–20 season)
Holyhead Town Millbank Sports Field, Holyhead 12th
Kinmel Bay Cader Avenue, Kinmel Bay 7th
Llandudno Amateurs The Oval, Llandudno 1st (Promoted from Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League Premier Division for 2019–20 season)
Llandudno Junction The Flyover, Llandudno Junction 15th (Relegated from Division 1 for 2019–20 season)
Llannefydd Llannefydd 3rd
Mochdre Sports Swan Road, Mochdre 14th
Penmaenmawr Phoenix Cae Sling, Penmaenmawr 9th
Pentraeth Bryniau Field, Pentraeth 10th
Pwllheli Leisure Centre, Recreation Road, Pwllheli 4th
Y Felinheli Cae Selio, Bangor Street, Y Felinheli 8th

Past Champions[edit]

Season Divisional
1984–85 Conwy United
1985–86 Conwy United
1986–87 Bethesda Athletic
1987–88 Llanfairpwll
1988–89 Flint Town United
1989–90 Porthmadog
1990–91 Llangefni Town
1991–92 Llangefni Town
1992–93 Cemaes Bay
1993–94 Llangefni Town
1994–95 Rhydymwyn
1995–96 Denbigh Town
1996–97 Glantraeth
1997–98 Holyhead Hotspur
1998–99 Llangefni Town
1999–2000 Halkyn United
2000–01 Llanfairpwll
2001–02 Amlwch Town
2002–03 Glantraeth
2003–04 Rhyl Reserves
2004–05 Bodedern
2005–06 Prestatyn Town
2006–07 Denbigh Town
2007–08 Bethesda Athletic
2008–09 Bethesda Athletic
2009–10 Rhydymwyn
Season Division 1 Division 2
2010–11 Conwy United Caernarfon Wanderers
2011–12 Holyhead Hotspur Glantraeth
2012–13 Caernarfon Town Llandyrnog United
2013–14 Denbigh Town Penrhyndeudraeth
2014–15 Holywell Town St Asaph City
2015–16 Trearddur Bay Greenfield
2016–17 Glantraeth Llandudno Albion
2017–18 Conwy Borough Prestatyn Sports
2018–19 Llangefni Town Glan Conwy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "League Formation For Up Coming Season". Welsh Alliance Football League. Retrieved 25 June 2019.

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