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Gwent County League

Gwent County League
Country  Wales
Founded 1980
Number of teams 48 (16 in all divisions)
Level on pyramid 5, 6 and 7
Promotion to Welsh Football League Division Three
Domestic cup(s) Gwent County Football Association League
Challenge Cup
Current champions Pill 2013-14
Website Gwent County League

The Gwent County League (known as the Welsh AutoParts Gwent County League for sponsorship reasons) is a football league in South Wales, consisting of 3 divisions, named Divisions One, Two and Three. Division One is a feeder to the Welsh Football League Division Three, and therefore sits at level 5 of the Welsh football pyramid.

The league was formed in 1980 from a merger of the Monmouthshire Senior League and the Gwent Premier League.

Member Clubs 2014-15

Division One Division Two Division Three
Abercarn United Blackrock Rovers Caldicot Castle
Abergavenny Town Cefn Fforest Cwm
Abertillery Bluebirds Clydach Wasps Nantyglo
Abertillery Excelsiors Coed Eva Athletic Neuadd Wen
AC Pontymister Cromwell Ponthir
Albion Rovers Llanhilleth Athletic Pontnewydd United
Blaenavon Blues Lucas Cwmbran Race
Cwmbran Town Malpas United Rhymney
Cwmffrwdoer Sports Mardy Rockfield Rovers
Fairfield United Mathern Rogerstone
Marshfield New Inn Thornwell Red & White
Newport Corinthians RTB Ebbw Vale Tranch
Pentwynmawr Athletic Sebastopol Trinant
P.I.L.C.S. Spencer Youth & Boys Wainfelin Bluebirds
Pill Tredegar Athletic West of St Julian's
Trethomas Bluebirds Ynysddu Welfare Whiteheads United

Recent champions

Season Division One Division Two Division Three
1990–91 Albion Rovers Cefn Fforest Trethomas Rangers
1991–92 Treowen Stars Chepstow Town South Wales Switchgear
1992–93 Albion Rovers Tredegar Town Newbridge Town
1993–94 Cwmtillery R T B Ebbw Vale Lucas Cwmbran
1994–95 Croesyceiliog Tredegar Town Abercarn Town
1995–96 Pill Monmouth Town Girling Pontypool
1996–97 Chepstow Town Girling Pontypool Mardy
1997–98 Tredegar Town Cefn Fforest Cromwell Youth
1998–99 Spencer Youth & Boys Abertillery Town West Pontnewydd
1999-00 Spencer Youth & Boys Clydach Wasps Llanhilleth Athletic
2000–01 Spencer Youth & Boys Trinant Pentwynmawr Athletic
2001–02 Croesyceiliog Goytre Greenmeadow
2002–03 Aberbargoed Buds Garnlyndan Athletic Cwmffrwdoer Sports
2003–04 Croesyceiliog Coed Eva Athletic Race
2004–05 Clydach Wasps Cwmffrwdoer Sports Rogerstone Welfare
2005–06 Aberbargoed Buds Monmouth Town Trethomas Bluebirds
2006–07 Newport Civil Service Abertillery Bluebirds Fairfield United
2007–08 Newport Civil Service Pentwynmawr Athletic Govilon
2008–09 Abertillery Bluebirds Govilon A.C. Pontymister
2009–10 Treowen Stars A.C. Pontymister Fleur-De-Lys Welfare
2010–11 Undy Athletic Fleur-De-Lys Welfare Pill
2011–12 Chepstow Town Pill Tredegar Athletic
2012–13 Lliswerry Newport Corinthians Ynysddu Crusaders
2013-14 Pill Cwmffrwdoer Sports Sebastopol

External links

  • Official website (via Gwent County FA)


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