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Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League

Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League
Country Wales
Founded 1973
Divisions 2 - Premier Division
Division 1
Number of teams 21 (11 in Premier Division, 10 in Division 1)
Levels on pyramid 5 & 6
Promotion to Welsh Alliance
Domestic cup(s) Presidents Cup
Premier Cup
REM Jones Cup
Current champions Llannefydd (Premier)
Conwy Legion United (Division 1)
(2013-14)

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League[1] (currently the The Gamlins Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League) is a football league formed in 1973 following the amalgamation of the Dyserth League and the Halkyn Mountain League.[2] The Premier Division is in the fifth level of the Welsh football league system in North Wales.

The league hosts several cup competitions: The President's Cup, The Premier Cup, The Halkyn Cup and the REM Jones Cup. Members compete in the FAW Trophy, Barritt Cup and Welsh Cup competitions as well. Along with members of the Anglesey League and the Caernarfon & District League, league teams compete in the North Wales Coast Junior Cup.

Member Clubs 2014-15

Premier Division

Club Name Stadium 2013-14 Placing
Bro Cernyw Canolfan Addysg Bro Cernyw 4th
Conwy Legion United The Oval 1st Division 1
Llanefydd Cae Llanefydd 1st Champions
Llansannan Cae Chwaraeon 2nd
Machno United Tyn Ddol Penmachno 3rd
Old Colwyn Glan Y Don 11th
Prestatyn Sports Meadows Fields 2nd Division 1
Rhos United Brookfield Drive 9th
Rhyl Athletic Coronation Gardens 8th
Rhyl Rovers Rhydwen Close Field 6th (as Prestatyn Rovers)
Rhyl Town Coronation Gardens 3rd Division 1

Division 1

Club Name Stadium 2013-14 Placing
Betws-y-Coed Cae Llan 8th
Cerrigydrudion Canolfan Addysg Cerrigydrudion 10th Premier Division
Llandudno Albion Parc Maesdu
Llandudno Athletic Maesdu Road
Llandudno United The Oval 7th
Llanfairfechan Town Recreation Ground
Llysfaen Banana Field 10th
Prestatyn Sports Reserves Meadows Fields
Trefnant Village Field 5th
Y Glannau Glan Clwyd Sports Centre 6th

References

  1. ^ League Handbook
  2. ^ Clwyd League History

External links

  • The Clwyd Football League Home Page
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