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Aberdare Valley League

Aberdare Valley League
Founded1906
Country Wales
Number of teams21
Level on pyramid7–8
Promotion toSouth Wales Alliance League
Current championsFC Abercwmboi 'A'
(2018–19)
WebsiteAberdare Valley League

The Aberdare Valley League is a football league covering the town of Aberdare and surrounding areas in South Wales including the Cynon Valley. The leagues are at the eighth and ninth levels of the Welsh football league system.

Divisions

The league is composed of two divisions.

Member clubs 2019–20

Premier Division

  • AFC Aberaman
  • AFC Abercynon 'A'
  • Cambrian Inn
  • Carnetown 'A'
  • FC Abercwmboi 'A'
  • Hirwaun
  • Llwyncelyn
  • Penrhiwceiber Rangers
  • Penywaun
  • Royal Oak

Division One

  • AFC Abercynon 'B'
  • AFC Perthcelyn United
  • Butchers Arms
  • Carnetown 'B
  • Cwmbach Royal Stars
  • FC Abercwmboi 'B'
  • FC Cwmaman
  • Gadlys Rovers
  • Gwawr
  • Napiers Arms
  • Valley Sports

Promotion and relegation

Promotion from the Premier Division is possible to the South Wales Alliance League, with the champion of the league playing the other Tier 7 champions from the South Wales regional leagues via play-off games to determine promotion.

Champions (Top Division)

  • 1905–06: – Aberdare Crescents[1]
  • 1906–07: – Aberdare Crescents
  • 1907–08: –
  • 1908–09: – No competition
  • 1909–10: –
  • 1924-25:
  • 1930-31: – Hirwaun K.B.R.[2]
  • 1933-34: – Hirwaun K.B.R.
  • 1934-35: – Hirwaun K.B.R.
  • 1936-37: – Hirwaun Welfare
  • 1946-47: – Hirwaun Welfare
  • 1968–69: – Ivy Bush[3]
  • 2001-02: – Hirwaun Welfare
  • 2005–06: – AFC Abercynon[4]
  • 2006–07: – Abernant Rovers '97[5]
  • 2007–08: – Aberaman[6]
  • 2008–09: – Aberaman[7]
  • 2009–10: – Perthcelyn United[8]
  • 2010–11: – Perthcelyn United[9]
  • 2011–12: – AFC Abercynon 'A'[10]
  • 2012–13: – Tynte Rovers[11]
  • 2013–14: – FC Abercwmboi 'A'[12]
  • 2014–15: – Carnetown 'A'[13]
  • 2015–16: – Carnetown 'A'[14]
  • 2016–17: – FC Abercwmboi 'A'[15]
  • 2017–18: –
  • 2018–19: – FC Abercwmboi 'A'
  • 2019–20: –

References

  1. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  2. ^ [website.hirwaunhistorical.org.uk]
  3. ^ "History". FC Cwmaman. Retrieved 4 August 2020.
  4. ^ "Abercynon thrilled by double hit". Wales Online. Retrieved 12 June 2020.
  5. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  6. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  7. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  8. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  9. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  10. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  11. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  12. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  13. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  14. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  15. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]

External links

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