Who has secured a licence to compete in the Cymru North league?

Bangor City (blue) and Llanrhaeadr in action in 2019-20

Fifteen of the existing 16 clubs in the JD Cymru North have been successful in their application for a Tier 2 licence.

They include Bangor City and Colwyn Bay, who were recently turned down for a Tier 1 qualification and did not appeal.

Of the 16 teams due to compete in the Cymru North this season (2020-21 – which was cancelled) only Llanidloes Town have been refused a licence for 2021-22.

The FAW Tier 2 First Instance Body met remotely today to consider the Tier 2 Licensing Applications for the 2021/22 season.

The Panel assessed 58 applicants for the Tier 2 Certification and clubs were assessed against a number of infrastructure and personnel criteria.

FAW Tier 2 Licensing is a mandatory requirement for clubs to participate at level two of the Welsh Football Pyramid in 2021-22.

The independent First Instance Body decided on the following:

Granted a Tier 2 licence

Airbus UK Broughton
Bangor City
Buckley Town
Colwyn Bay
Conwy Borough
Gresford Athletic
Guilsfield
Holyhead Hotspur
Holywell Town
Llandudno
Llangefni Town
Llanrhaeadr-Ym-Mochnant
Penrhyncoch
Prestatyn Town
Ruthin Town

Tier 3 clubs granted a Tier 2 licence were:

Denbigh Town
Porthmadog
Corwen
Mold Alexandra
Llanfair United

Refused

Brickfield Rangers
Caersws

Withdrew application for Tier 2

Llandudno Albion
Cefn Albion
Chirk AAA
Rhos Aelwyd
Berriew

All clubs have the right of appeal, in accordance with FAW Rule 43.2.3.

The planned start date for the 2021-22 JD Cymru North / South season is July 24.

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