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Cardiff & District League

Cardiff & District League
Founded1897[1]
Country Wales
Number of teams37
Level on pyramid8–11
Promotion toSouth Wales Alliance League
Current championsTongwynlais
(2019–20)
WebsiteCardiff & District League

The Cardiff & District League is a football league covering the city of Cardiff and surrounding areas in South Wales. The leagues are at the eighth, ninth, tenth and eleventh levels of the Welsh football league system.

Area of the league

Clubs within the bounds of St. Mellons, Rumney, Tremorfa, Splott, The Docks, Llandough, Bonvilston, Peterstone Super Ely, Radyr, Pentyrch, Gwaelod y Garth, Taffs Well, Thornhill, Lisvane, Cyncoed, Pentwyn and Llanrumney are eligible to apply to play in the league.[2]

Divisions

The league is composed of four divisions.

Member clubs 2019–20

Premier Division

  • AFC Rumney Juniors
  • Cardiff Academicals
  • Cardiff Bay
  • Cwrt Y Vil
  • Llandaff Cosmos
  • Pentwyn Dynamo
  • Star
  • Tongwynlais

Division One

  • Canton Rangers
  • Cardiff Cosmopolitans
  • Cardiff Draconians
  • Cardiff Villa
  • Clwb Cymric
  • Creigiau
  • Llanrumney United
  • St Josephs
  • Space Jam Galaxy
  • Tongwynlais Reserves

Division Two

  • Canton Libs
  • Cardiff Academicals Reserves
  • Cardiff Cosmos Athletic
  • Cardiff Villa Reserves
  • Culverhouse Cross
  • Grangetown Catholics Old Boys
  • Lisvane Panthers
  • Llanedeyrn Wanderers
  • Splott Albion
  • St Albans

Division Three

  • AFC Whitchurch
  • Cardiff Bay
  • Chuffys Ely
  • Ely Rangers
  • Grange Albion
  • Llanishen
  • Llanrumney Athletic
  • Sands United
  • Splott Cons

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 8 champions from the South Wales regional leagues via play-off games to determine promotion.

Champions (top flight division)

  • 1901-02: – Cardiff Albion[3]
  • 1930-31: – Barry Amateurs[4]
  • 1931-32: – Barry Amateurs
  • 1981-82: – Bridgend Street
  • 1983-84: – Bridgend Street
  • 1985-86: – Bridgend Street
  • 1986-87: – Bridgend Street
  • 1991-92: – Bridgend Street
  • 1993-94: – Bridgend Street
  • 2006–07: – Pentwyn Dynamo reserves[5]
  • 2007–08: – Grangetown Catholics Old Boys[6]
  • 2008–09: – St. Albans[7]
  • 2009–10: –
  • 2010–11: –
  • 2011–12: – Whitchurch Blues[8]
  • 2012–13: – Canton Liberal[9]
  • 2013–14: – Cardiff Comsopolitan[10]
  • 2014–15: – Cardiff Comsopolitan
  • 2015–16: – Creigiau[11]
  • 2016–17: – Pentwyn Dynamo[12]
  • 2017–18: – AFC Rumney Juniors[13]
  • 2018–19: – Canton Rangers
  • 2019–20: – Tongwynlais[14]
  • 2020–21: –

References

  1. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  2. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.co.uk]
  3. ^ [newspapers.library.wales]
  4. ^ "Barry Amateurs AFC : 1930-1933". Barry Football Heritage. Retrieved 21 July 2020.
  5. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  6. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  7. ^ [www.welshsoccerarchive.co.uk]
  8. ^ [fchd.info]
  9. ^ [www.leaguewebsite.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]

External links


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