Vale of Glamorgan League

The Vale of Glamorgan Association Football League is a football league covering the area of the Vale of Glamorgan in Glamorgan, South Wales and the surrounding areas. The leagues are at the eighth and ninth levels of the Welsh football league system.

Vale of Glamorgan League
Founded1998[1]
Country Wales
Number of teams24
Level on pyramid8–9
Promotion toSouth Wales Alliance League
Current championsIsland Marine
(2019–20)
WebsiteVale of Glamorgan Association Football League

HistoryEdit

The league has its origins in the Barry and District League first formed in 1907.[2]

DivisionsEdit

The league is composed of two divisions.

Member clubs 2019–20Edit

Premier DivisionEdit

  • AFC Rhoose
  • Barry Athletic
  • Cadoxton Imps
  • Cardiff Airport
  • Cogan Coronation
  • Cowbridge Town (Barry Cup champions 2018–19)
  • Holton Road
  • Island Marine
  • Penarth Town
  • St Athan
  • Tynewydd

First DivisionEdit

  • AFC Rhoose ‘B’
  • Barry Athletic ‘B’
  • Barry Vikings
  • Cadoxton Barry
  • Cwm Talwg
  • Holton Road ‘B’
  • Island Marine ‘B’
  • Penarth Town ‘B’
  • Rhoose Social
  • Sporting Billy
  • St Athan ‘B’
  • Vale Madrid
  • Vale United

Promotion and relegationEdit

Promotion from the Premier Division is possible to the South Wales Alliance League, with the champion of the league playing the other tier 8 champions from the South Wales regional leagues via play-off games to determine promotion.

Champions (Premier Division)Edit

  • 1998–99:
  • 1999-2000:
  • 2000–01: –
  • 2001–02: –
  • 2002–03: –
  • 2003–04: –
  • 2004–05: –
  • 2006–06: –
  • 2006–07: – Rhoose[3]
  • 2007–08: – Penarth Town[4]
  • 2008–09: – SW Flooring[5]
  • 2009–10: – SW Dockers[6]
  • 2010–11: – Dockers[7]
  • 2011–12: –
  • 2012–13: – AFC Colcot[8]
  • 2013–14: – Barry Athletic[9]
  • 2014–15: – Cardiff Airport (100% win record)[10]
  • 2015–16: – Cardiff Airport[11]
  • 2016–17: – Vale United[12]
  • 2017–18: – Barry Athletic[13]
  • 2018–19: – Barry Athletic
  • 2019–20: – Island Marine[14]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/index.php/welsh-leagues/south-wales
  2. ^ https://www.barryanddistrictnews.co.uk/sport/10853852.biggest-game-in-rhooses-history/
  3. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=1
  4. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=2
  5. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=3
  6. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=4
  7. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=5
  8. ^ http://fchd.info/lghist/2012-13_Part_5.pdf
  9. ^ https://www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk/leagues_vale_glam.php?season_id=8
  10. ^ https://www.penarthtimes.co.uk/sport/12953953.vale-of-glamorgan-tables/
  11. ^ http://www.barry-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=105671&headline=The%20Vale%20of%20Glamorgan%20Football%20League%20winners%20and%20runners-up%C2%AD&sectionIs=sport&searchyear=2016
  12. ^ http://www.bridgend-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=113629&headline=Vale%20of%20Glamorgan%20Football%20League%20wraps%20up%20for%20another%20season&sectionIs=sport&searchyear=2017
  13. ^ http://www.cowbridge-today.co.uk/article.cfm?id=120140&headline=Vale%20of%20Glamorgan%20Football%20League%202017/18%20season%20in%20review&sectionIs=sport&searchyear=2018
  14. ^ "VOGAFL CHAMPIONS 2019/20". Vale of Glamorgan League. Retrieved 11 June 2020.

External linksEdit