Newport and District Football League
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The Newport and District Football League (currently billed as The Monmouthshire Building Society Newport and District Football League for sponsorship reasons) is a football league covering the city of Newport and surrounding areas in South Wales. The headquarters are located at Newport Civic Centre.
|Number of teams||41|
|Level on pyramid||8–11|
|Promotion to||Gwent County League|
|Domestic cup(s)||Senior Challenge Bowl|
Junior Challenge Cup
Sunday Challenge Cup
|Current champions||Riverside Rovers |
The League's area consists of the city of Newport and the surrounding part of the historic county of Monmouthshire as far west as the county boundary at Bedwas, as far north-west as Abercarn and Wattsville, as far north-east as Sebastopol Bridge, and as far east as Llanwern, and Nash.
Member clubs 2019–20 and divisionsEdit
The league is composed of four divisions plus a Sunday division. The top-level consists of a premier division split into "Premier X" and "Premier Y" (for reserve teams), and two feeder divisions numbered 1 and 2.
- Llanyrafon Social
- Riverside Rovers (Champions)
- River Usk
- Spencer Boys Y & D
- AC Pontymister 2nds
- Caerleon Town 2nds
- Croesyceiliog Athletic
- Cromwell Youth
- Cwmcarn Athletic
- Mill Street Dynamo (Champions)
- Newport Eagles
- Newport Saints
- Pontnewydd United
- Rogerstone 3rds
Promotion and relegationEdit
The Premier X division champions (or runners-up if the champions do not meet ground criteria) are promoted to the Gwent County League. Promotion and relegation also applies to the two bottom clubs of Division 1 and the two top clubs of Division 2. Promotion to the Premier division from Division 1 and relegation from the Premier division is at the discretion of the league's Executive Committee. Clubs requesting places in the Premier Division will be interviewed by the Executive Committee.
Champions (Premier 'X' Division)Edit
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2019-07-17. Retrieved 2019-08-19.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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