|Number of teams||12|
|Level on pyramid||4|
|Promotion to||Ardal Leagues|
|Relegation to||Carmarthenshire League|
Neath & District League
Swansea Senior League
The West Wales Premier League is a football league in Wales, at tier 4 of the Welsh Football Pyramid in South West Wales under the control of the West Wales Football Association. The league consists of teams having their grounds and headquarters West of a line drawn from Briton Ferry, Neath, northwards to Glynneath, and then again northwards to the boundary line of the South Wales Football Association. It offers promotion opportunities to the Ardal Leagues, at tier 3 of the Football Association of Wales pyramid.
Its inaugural season will run in 2020–21.
Plans for the new league have come about through the Football Association of Wales “2020 vision and strategic plan for Welsh football”. This plan has led to a reorganisation of the Welsh football Pyramid.
The West Wales Premier League will be at tier 4, with initially 12 member clubs. The league champions team will be eligible for promotion to the Ardal Leagues in South West Wales, should they secure a tier three certificate.
The new league was formed with clubs invited from the Carmarthenshire League, Neath & District League, Pembrokeshire League and Swansea Senior League. Twelve clubs joined the inaugural season of the league, with 4 each from the leagues in Carmarthenshire, Neath and Swansea. Currently no clubs from Pembrokeshire have joined the league.