North Wales women’s football set-up for 2020-21 looking a little clearer

Bethel and Connah’s Quay (red) in action last season. Lani Bouckley of Nomads is challenged by Shannon Jade Jones and Beca Williams

Thirteen teams will make up the North East Wales FA run North Wales Women’s Football League this season.

News is still awaited on the new North Wales Coast FA Women’s League, although eight clubs are expected to take part.

The NWWFL membership was announced today.

It could end up being one division of 13 teams or split into two sections.

There is a welcome return for Llandudno, who resigned from the Welsh Premier Women’s League last season, and a first appearance for Welshpool Town.

Clubs which have registered are:
Amlwch Town
Connah’s Quay Nomads
Holywell Town
Llanfair United
Northop Hall
Penrhyn Bay
Welshpool Town
Wrexham AFC

Those expected to feature in the tier 3 NWCFA League are:
Bangor 1876
Caernarfon Town
Denbigh Town
Kinmel Bay
Mountain Rangers
CPD Y Rhyl 1879

The 2020-21 campaign is seen as a ‘transition season’ for North Wales Women’s football ahead of 2021-22, when a new pyramid system is introduced.

Clubs have restarted socially-distanced training, but no start date for matches has yet been confirmed.

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