League line-ups for 2019-20 North Wales football season
How will former Welsh Premier League stars Les Davies and Michael Johnston fare with Gwynedd League newcomers Bangor 1876?

The start of the 2019-20 North Wales football season is about a month away.

At present, 191 teams will go to post across eight leagues covering North Wales.

Not everything is 100% set in stone. The Gwynedd League is still to hold its AGM, while it has not been unknown in the past for new clubs to join or some to pull out at this late stage.

Grassroots North Wales will do a final membership check on the eve of the new campaign, along with a few predictions and other associated stories.

WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE (12 teams)

Aberystwyth Town
Airbus
Bala Town
Barry Town United
Caernarfon Town
Cardiff Metropolitan
Carmarthen Town
Cefn Druids
Connah’s Quay Nomads
Newtown
Penybont
The New Saints

TIER 2 NORTH (17)

Bangor City
Buckley Town
Colwyn Bay
Conwy Borough
Corwen
Flint Town United
Gresford Athletic
Guilsfield
Llandudno
Llanfair United
Llangefni Town
Llanrhaeadr YM
Penrhyncoch
Porthmadog
Prestatyn Town
Rhyl
Ruthin Town

WELSH NATIONAL LEAGUE (58)

Premier Division (16)
Brickfield Rangers
Brymbo
Castell AC
Cefn Albion
Chirk AAA
FC Nomads
Holywell Town
Llanuwchllyn
Llay Welfare
Mold Alexandra
Penycae
Plas Madoc
Queen’s Park
Rhos Aelwyd
Rhostyllen
Saltney Town

Division One (13)
Cefn Mawr Rangers
Coedpoeth United
Halkyn & Flint Mountain
Hawarden Rangers
Johnstown YFC
Lex XI
Llangollen Town
Mynydd Isa Spartans
New Brighton Villa
Offa Athletic
Overton
Rhosllanerchrugog
Rhydymwyn

Reserves Division (14)
Brickfield Rangers
Buckley Town
Castell AC
Cefn Druids
Corwen
Gresford Athletic
Hawarden Rangers
Holywell Town
Llay Welfare
Mold Alexandra
Penycae
Queen’s Park
Rhos Aelwyd
Ruthin Town

Reserves and Colts (15)
Airbus UK
Bala Town
Brymbo
Cefn Albion
Cefn Mawr Rangers
Coedpoeth Utd
Connah’s Quay Nomads
Johnstown YFC
Llangollen Town
Llay Welfare
Mynydd Isa Spartans
Overton
Rhydymwyn
Ruthin Town
Saltney Town

WELSH ALLIANCE LEAGUE (47)

After back-to-back promotions Llandudno Amateurs will test themselves in the Welsh Alliance

Division One (16)
Blaenau Amateurs
Bodedern Athletic
Denbigh Town
Glan Conwy
Greenfield
Holyhead Hotspur
Llanberis
Llandudno Albion
Llandyrnog Utd
Llanrug Utd
Llanrwst Utd
Mynydd Llandegai
Nantlle Vale
Penrhyndeudraeth
Prestatyn Sports
St Asaph City

Division Two (16)
Aberffraw
Amlwch Town
Barmouth & Dyffryn
Gaerwen
Gwalchmai
Holyhead Town
Kinmel Bay
Llandudno Amateurs
Llandudno Junction
Llannefydd
Llannerchymedd
Mochdre Sports
Penmaenmawr Phoenix
Pentraeth
Pwllheli
Y Felinheli

Reserves Division (15)
Colwyn Bay
Conwy Borough
Denbigh Town
Kinmel Bay
Llanberis
Llangefni Town
Llanrug Utd
Llanrwst Utd
Nantlle Vale
Penmaenmawr Phoenix
Porthmadog
Prestatyn Sports
Prestatyn Town
Pwllheli
St Asaph City

VALE OF CLWYD AND CONWY LEAGUE (21)

Premier Division (12)
Abergele FC
CPD Bro Cernyw
CPD Llansannan
CPD Y Glannau
Cerrigydrudion
Llandudno Athletic
Llanelwy Athletic
Llanfairfechan Town
Machno United
Meliden
Rhos United
Rhuddlan Town

Division One (9)
Betws-y-Coed
Denbigh Development
Henllan
Llandudno Amateurs Reserves
Llanfairfechan Reserves
Llysfaen
NFA (North Football Association)
Penrhyn Bay Dragons
Rhyl All Stars

NORTH EAST WALES LEAGUE (11)

Acton
Bellevue
Borras Park Albion
Bradley Park
Brymbo Victoria
CPD Sychdyn
Caerwys
Chirk Town
Mold Town United
Penyffordd Lions
Yale Park

GWYNEDD LEAGUE (14 – subject to approval at AGM on July 14)

Caergybi move up to the Gwynedd League this season


Bangor 1876
Bethesda Athletic
Bontnewydd
Bro Goronwy
Bryngwran Bulls
Caergybi
Glantraeth
Llangoed
Llanystumdwy
Menai Bridge Tigers
Ogwen Tigers (formerly Mynydd Tigers)
Nefyn United
Talysarn Celts
Waunfawr

ANGLESEY LEAGUE (11)


Arriva Bangor
Bodorgan Juniors
C P D Cefni
C P D Y Fali
Cemaes Bay
Holyhead Hotspur Res
Holyhead Town Res
Llandegfan
Llanfairpwll
Mountain Rangers
Pentraeth Res

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