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South Wales Alliance League

South Wales Alliance League
Country Wales
Number of teams47
Level on pyramid5-7
Promotion toWelsh Football League Division Three
Current championsYnyshir Albions
WebsiteSouth Wales Alliance League

The South Wales Alliance League is an football league in South Wales, currently known for sponsorship reasons as The Highadmit Projects South Wales Alliance League.[1]

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

Member Clubs 2018-19

Premier Division

  • Baglan Dragons
  • Brecon Corries
  • Caerphilly Athletic
  • Canton Liberal
  • Cardiff Draconians
  • Cefn Cribwr
  • Cwn Welfare
  • Gawr SBCG
  • Grange Albion
  • Merthyr Saints
  • Pencoed Athletic
  • Pontlottyn
  • Sully Sports
  • Ton & Gelli BC
  • Trebagnog
  • Ynyshir Albions

First Division

  • Aber Valley
  • AFC Butetown
  • AFC Whitchurch
  • Blaenrhondda
  • Cariff Airport
  • Cardiff Corinthians
  • Clwb Cymric
  • Cornelly United
  • FC Cwmaman
  • Llangynwyd Rangers BCG
  • Penrhiwceiber Con Athletic
  • Penrhiwfer
  • Portcawl Town Athletic
  • Tonyrefail BCG
  • Treforest

Second Division

  • Aberfan Social
  • AFC Bargoed
  • AFC Wattstown
  • Cardiff Cosmoploitan
  • Carnetown
  • Cogan Cornation
  • Cwmbach Royal Stars
  • Graig
  • Llangeinor
  • Llanrumney United
  • Llantwit Fardre
  • St Albans
  • St Josephs
  • STM Sports Old Boys
  • Tynte Rovers
  • Vale United

Recent champions

Season Premier Division Division One Division Two
2015–16 Trefelin BGC Canton Liberal Ynyshir Albions
2016–17 Pontyclun Cardiff Draconians Garw SBGC
2017–18 Penydarren BGC Cefn Cribwr Blaenrhondda
2018–19 Ynyshir Albions Portcawl Town Athletic Llanrumney United


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