Carmarthenshire League

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Carmarthenshire League
CountryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Number of teams36
Level on pyramid 5–7
Promotion to West Wales Premier League
Domestic cup(s) Carmarthenshire Senior Cup
Current champions Trostre Sports
Most championships Trostre Sports (13 titles)
Website League website

The Carmarthenshire League (currently the LTC Mobility Carmarthenshire Association Football League) is a football league in Carmarthenshire, West Wales, sitting at the fifth, sixth and seventh levels of the Welsh football league system.


Teams promoted from the Premier Division may enter the West Wales Premier League if standards and facilities fall into line with the regulations of the Welsh Football League.


Clubs who have played in the Welsh Football League

The following teams from the league went on to play in the Welsh Football League:

Member clubs for 2021–22 season

The following clubs were members of the league.

Premier Division

Division One

  • Abergwili
  • Bancffosfelen
  • Camford Sports
  • Drefach
  • FC Carmarthen
  • Felinfoel
  • Johnstown
  • Kidwelly Town
  • Llandeillo Town
  • Llandovery
  • Llangennech
  • Pwll Athletic
  • Tumble United

Division Two

League Champions

Since the league began the following clubs have been the senior champions of the league: [1]



  • 1930–31:
  • 1931–32:
  • 1932–33: Morfa United
  • 1933–34: Halfway United
  • 1934–35: Gorsddu Rangers
  • 1935–36: Dafen Welfare
  • 1936–37: Gorsddu Rangers
  • 1937–38: Bwlch Rangers
  • 1938–39: Cathan Stars
  • 1939–40: No competition


  • 1940–41: No competition
  • 1941–42: No competition
  • 1942–43: Loughor Rovers
  • 1943–44: No competition
  • 1944–45: No competition
  • 1945–46: Pontyates
  • 1946–47: Dafen Welfare
  • 1947–48: Dafen Welfare
  • 1948–49: Ponthenry
  • 1949–50: Bwlch Rangers



  • 1960–61: Llanelli A
  • 1961–62: Llanelli A
  • 1962–63: Llanelli Steel
  • 1963–64: Ammanford United
  • 1964–65: Llanelli Steel
  • 1965–66: Llanelli Steel
  • 1966–67: Pengelli United
  • 1967–68: Llanelli Steel
  • 1968–69: Llanelli Steel
  • 1969–70: Llanelli Steel







  • 2020–21: Season void
  • 2021–22:

Number of titles by winning clubs since 1930s

  • Trostre Sports – 13 titles
  • Llanelli Steel – 12 titles (including 1 shared)
  • Seaside – 11 tiles
  • Gorseinon Athletic – 9 titles
  • Bwlch Rangers – 8 titles (including 1 shared)
  • Dafen Welfare – 6 titles (plus 1 in the 1920s)
  • Llanelli A – 4 titles
  • Garden Suburbs – 3 titles
  • Ammanford United – 2 titles
  • Gorsddu Rangers – 2 titles
  • Pengelli United – 2 titles
  • Trallwm – 2 titles
  • Ammanford Athletic – 1 title
  • Babcock & Wilcox – 1 title
  • Camford Sports – 1 title
  • Cathan Stars – 1 title
  • Evans & Williams – 1 title
  • Halfway United – 1 title
  • Loughor Rovers – 1 title
  • Morfa United – 1 title
  • Penyfan United – 1 title
  • Ponthenry – 1 title
  • Pontyates – 1 title

Cup competitions

A number of annual competitions are competed for:

See also

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