|Number of teams||59|
|Level on pyramid||5–9|
|Promotion to||West Wales Premier League|
|Current champions||Hakin United |
|Most championships||Hakin United (19 titles since 1945)|
The Pembrokeshire League also enters teams into the West Wales Intermediate Cup, to play against clubs from the Carmarthenshire League, Neath & District League and Swansea Senior League. With Merlins Bridge beating fellow Pembrokeshire league side Carew in the 2019 final, this meant 4 of the last 7 winners had been Pembrokeshire League teams.
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 LeagueEdit
The following teams from the league have played in the Welsh Football League across the following years:
Member clubs for 2020–21 seasonEdit
As per promotion and relegation for the 2020–21 season.
Champions: Top divisionEdit
A full list of the league's top flight champions since 1945–46 is as follows:
Number of titles by winning clubs (since 1945)Edit
- Hakin United – 19 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 CupEdit
The league's main cup competition, the Pembrokeshire Senior Cup has been in operation since 1946-47.
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