South Wales Alliance League

The South Wales Alliance League is a football league structure in South Wales, currently known for sponsorship reasons as The Highadmit Projects South Wales Alliance League.[1] The top tier of the league, the Premier Division is at the fourth tier of the Welsh Football Pyramid and offers promotion opportunities to the tier 3 Football Association of Wales administered Ardal Leagues. The league is run by the South Wales Football Association.

South Wales Alliance League
Founded2015
Country Wales
Divisions3
Number of teams46
Level on pyramid4-6
Promotion toArdal Leagues
Relegation toAberdare Valley League
Bridgend & District League
Cardiff & District League
Cardiff Combination League
Port Talbot League
Rhondda & District League
Taff Ely & Rhymney Valley League
Vale of Glamorgan League
Current championsPencoed Athletic
(2019-20)
WebsiteSouth Wales Alliance League

The league was formed in 2015 by a merger of the South Wales Senior League and the South Wales Amateur League.[2]

Member clubs for 2020–21 seasonEdit

The following clubs will compete.[3][4]

Premier DivisionEdit

Division OneEdit

Division TwoEdit

Recent championsEdit

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
2015–16 Trefelin BGC Canton Liberal Ynyshir Albions
2016–17 Pontyclun Cardiff Draconians Garw
2017–18 Penydarren BGC Cefn Cribwr Blaenrhondda
2018–19 Ynyshir Albions[5] Porthcawl Town Athletic Llanrumney United
2019–20 Pencoed Athletic[6] Aber Valley Maesteg Park

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://www.southwalesallianceleague.co.uk/LeagueNews/view/41653
  2. ^ http://www.southwalesallianceleague.co.uk/LeagueHistory
  3. ^ "South Wales clubs discover promotion and relegation fate". Y Clwb Pel-Droed. Retrieved 14 July 2020.
  4. ^ Jones, Jordan. "Rhondda League's Treherbert BGC promoted to South Wales Alliance League". Y Clwb Pel-Droed. Retrieved 19 August 2020.
  5. ^ https://ygemfootball.com/2019/05/29/season-review-part-1-welsh-football-league-swal-gwent-county-league/
  6. ^ Jones, Jordan. "South Wales Alliance League: Aber Valley, Maesteg Park and Pencoed crowned champions". Y Clwb Pel-Droed. Retrieved 11 June 2020.

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