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Wales flagWelsh National Anthem
National Coach: Chris Coleman
National Stadium: Millennium Stadium
FA founded: 1876 ( FA Website )
Joined FIFA: 1910
Nickname: The Dragons
Local Name: Cymru
Capital: Cardiff
Population: 3,004,600
Area: 20,779 km2
Tel: +44 / Internet: .uk
Currency: Pound Sterling (GBP) - Rates
Domestic Season: August - April
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List of Welsh League and Cup Winners

Welsh Football League System
An overview of the football league system in Wales with a list of the clubs and stadia in each division. Click on the + symbols to reveal the manager/coach, chairman/president, nickname, year of foundation and a link to the website for each Welsh football club.

Level: 1 Welsh Premier League view 12 Teams
Level: 2 Cymru Alliance view 3 Teams Welsh Football League First Division view 1 Teams
Level: 3 Other Welsh Clubs view 4 Teams
Welsh Premier League
Aberystwyth Town Park Avenue (5,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Tomi Morgan
Chairman / President: Tony Bates
Founded in: 1884 (Nickname: Seasiders)
View Aberystwyth Town homepage
Afan Lido Marston Stadium (4,200) [-]
Manager / Coach: Paul Reid
Chairman / President: Ken Williams
Founded in: 1967 (Nickname: )
View Afan Lido homepage
Airbus UK Broughton The Airfield (2,100) [-]
Manager / Coach: Andy Preece
Chairman / President: Paul McKinlay
Founded in: 1946 (Nickname: The Wingmakers)
View Airbus UK Broughton homepage
Bala Town Maes Tegid (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Colin Caton
Chairman / President: Ken Edwards
Founded in: 1880 (Nickname: Lakesiders)
View Bala Town homepage
Bangor City Nantporth (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Neville Powell
Chairman / President: Dilwyn Jones
Founded in: 1876 (Nickname: The Citizens)
View Bangor City homepage
Carmarthen Town Richmond Park (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mark Aizlewood
Chairman / President: Jeff Thomas
Founded in: 1948 (Nickname: The Old Gold)
View Carmarthen Town homepage
Connah's Quay Nomads Deeside Stadium (5,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mark McGregor
Chairman / President: Bobby Hunter
Founded in: 1946 (Nickname: The Nomads)
View Connah's Quay Nomads homepage
Newtown Latham Park (5,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Chris Hughes
Chairman / President:
Founded in: 1875 (Nickname: The White Stars)
View Newtown homepage
Port Talbot Town Victoria Road (6,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Scott Young
Chairman / President: Andrew Edwards
Founded in: 1901 (Nickname: The Steelmen)
View Port Talbot Town homepage
Prestatyn Town Bastion Road (1,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Neil Gibson
Chairman / President: Phil Merrick
Founded in: 1946 (Nickname: The Seasiders)
View Prestatyn Town homepage
Rhyl Belle Vue (3,800) [-]
Manager / Coach: Greg Strong
Chairman / President: Paul Higginson
Founded in: 1898 (Nickname: The Lilywhites)
View Rhyl homepage
The New Saints Park Hall (2,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Carl Darlington
Chairman / President: Mike Harris
Founded in: 2003 (Nickname: The Saints)
View The New Saints homepage

Cymru Alliance
Caersws Recreation Ground (3,500) [-]
Manager / Coach: Mickey Evans
Chairman / President: Peter Harding
Founded in: 1887 (Nickname: The Bluebirds)
View Caersws homepage
Cefn Druids The Rock (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Huw Griffiths
Chairman / President: Brian Mackie
Founded in: 1992 (Nickname: Druids)
View Cefn Druids homepage
Porthmadog Y Traeth (2,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Gareth Parry
Chairman / President: Phil Jones
Founded in: 1884 (Nickname: Port)
View Porthmadog homepage

Welsh Football League First Division
Haverfordwest County Bridge Meadow Stadium (2,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Michael Ellis
Chairman / President: Rob Summons
Founded in: 1899 (Nickname: The Bluebirds)
View Haverfordwest County homepage

Other Welsh Clubs
Caernarfon Town The Oval (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Lee Dixon
Chairman / President: Arfon Jones
Founded in: 1876 (Nickname: The Canaries)
View Caernarfon Town homepage
Llanelli Stebonheath Park (3,700) [-]
Manager / Coach: Bob Jeffrey
Chairman / President: Ken Francis
Founded in: 1896 (Nickname: The Reds)
View Llanelli homepage
The club was wound up on the 22nd of April 2013 by the High Court in London due to tax debts.
Neath Athletic The Gnoll (7,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: Kristian O'Leary
Chairman / President: Steve James
Founded in: 2005 (Nickname: The Eagles)
View Neath Athletic homepage
The club was wound up by the high court on the 28th of May 2012.
Welshpool Town Maes Y Dre Recreation Ground (3,000) [-]
Manager / Coach: David Jones
Chairman / President: Steve Hughes
Founded in: 1878 (Nickname: Lillywhites)
View Welshpool Town homepage

Roll of Honour

The New Saints
The New Saints
Bangor City
The New Saints
The New Saints
Total Network Solutions
Total Network Solutions
Barry Town
Barry Town
Barry Town
Total Network Solutions
Barry Town
Barry Town
Barry Town
Barry Town
Bangor City
Bangor City
Cwmbran Town
Prestatyn Town
The New Saints
Bangor City
Bangor City
Bangor City
Carmarthen Town
Total Network Solutions
Barry Town
Barry Town
Barry Town
Bangor City
ICT Cardiff
Bangor City
Barry Town
Barry Town
Cardiff City
NOTES: The league of Wales has existed since the start of the 1992/93 season. Previously there were three regional leagues for the northern, southern and mid-Wales regions. The best Welsh clubs still compete in the English pyramid. The Welsh cup dates from 1877 but we have only included the most recent results. It was frequently won by English clubs or Welsh clubs playing in the English leagues until their participation was banned from the 1995/96 season.

The New Saints (from Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain) were known as Total Network Solutions from 1997 to 2006 and simply Llansantffraid prior to that.

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