Blaenrhondda Association Football Club are an association football club based in the village of Blaenrhondda in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales. The club currently plays in the South Wales Alliance League Premier Division, part of the Welsh football league system in South Wales.
|Full name||Blaenrhondda Association Football Club|
|League||South Wales Alliance League Premier Division|
|2019–20||South Wales Alliance League Premier Division, 6th|
After dropping out of the Welsh Football League the club played in the South Wales Amateur League, before dropping into the Rhondda & District League. The club joined the South Wales Alliance League for the 2017–18 season. Since then the club has secured back-to-back promotions - winning the second division in 2017–18 and finishing first division runners-up in the 2018–19 season, gaining promotion to the Premier Division.
- Welsh Football League Division One - Champions: 1991–92
- Welsh Football League Premier Division - Runners-Up: 1982–83
- Welsh Football League Division Two - Runners-Up: 1970–71
- Welsh Football League Division Three - Runners-Up: 1996–97
- South Wales Alliance League Division Two - Runners-Up: 2018–19
- South Wales Alliance League Division Two - Champions: 2017–18
- Rhondda & District League Premier Division – Champions: 2016–17
- WJ Owen Cup – Winners: 2018
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