|Number of teams||37|
|Level on pyramid||7–10|
|Promotion to||South Wales Alliance League|
|Current champions||Tongwynlais |
|Website||Cardiff & District League|
The Cardiff & District League is a football league covering the city of Cardiff and surrounding areas in South Wales. The leagues are at the seventh to tenth levels of the Welsh football league system.
Clubs within the bounds of St. Mellons, Rumney, Tremorfa, Splott, The Docks, Llandough, Bonvilston, Peterstone Super Ely, Radyr, Pentyrch, Gwaelod y Garth, Taffs Well, Thornhill, Lisvane, Cyncoed, Pentwyn and Llanrumney are eligible to apply to play in the league.
The league is composed of four divisions.
Promotion from the Premier Division is possible to the South Wales Alliance League, with the champion of the league playing the other tier 8 champions from the South Wales regional leagues via play-off games to determine promotion.
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