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South Wales Amateur League

South Wales Amateur League
Country  Wales
Founded 1946
Number of teams 32 (16 in each division)
Levels on pyramid 5 and 6
Promotion to Welsh Football League Division Three
Domestic cup(s) South Wales Amateur Football League Challenge Cup
Current champions Llantwit Major

The South Wales Amateur League is a football league in South Wales. The league consists of two divisions, named Divisions One and Two. Division One is a feeder to the Welsh Football League Division Three, and therefore sits at levels 5 of the Welsh football pyramid.

For sponsorship reasons, the league is currently known as the Atega Business Solutions South Wales Amateur League.

Recent divisional Champions

Season Division One Division Two
1990-91 Hoover Sports Llangeinor
1991-92 Penrhiwceiber Rangers reserves Cambrian United
1992-93 Llangeinor Pencoed Athletic
1993-94 British Steel Red Dragon
1994-95 Hoover Sports Gwynfi United
1995-96 Gwynfi United Trefelin
1996-97 Ely Rangers Cardiff Corinthians reserves
1997-98 Dinas Powys Troedyrhiw
1998-99 Dinas Powys Llantwit Major
1999-00 Dinas Powys Kenfig Hill
2000-01 Troedyrhiw Cardiff Corinthians reserves
2001-02 Bryntirion Athletic Ynysddu Welfare
2002-03 Llantwit Fardre Red Dragon & Baglan
2003-04 Kenfig Hill AFC Bargoed
2004-05 Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC Aber Valley YMCA
2005-06 Llangeinor Rhydyfelin
2006-07 Cwmaman Institute Trefelin BGC
2007-08 A.F.C. Porth Rhoose
2008-09 Corus Steel Cardiff Draconians
2009-10 Caerau Ton & Gelli BGC
2010-11 Kenfig Hill STM Sports
2011-12 Llantwit Major Perthcelyn United

External links

  • Official League website
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