|Number of teams||10|
|Level on pyramid||5|
|Promotion to||Welsh National League (Wrexham Area)|
|Last champions|| Chirk Town |
The North East Wales League represented the North East Wales area at the fifth tier of the Welsh football league system. It began life in 2011 as the Clwyd East League, and was renamed as the North East Wales League in 2015. It folded in 2020 due a reorganisation of football in the Welsh football pyramid.It was replaced by a new league at tiers 4 and 5 called the North East Wales Football League.
|2011-12||FC Nomads of Connah's Quay||Point of Ayr||Aston Park Rangers|
|2012-13||Point of Ayr||Aston Park Rangers||Shotton Steel|
|2013-14||FC Queens Park||AFC Brynford||Aston Park Rangers|
|2014-15||Cefn Albion||Aston Park Rangers||Flint Mountain|
|2015-16||Rhostyllen||Sychdyn||Mold Town United|
|2016-17||CPD Sychdyn||Mynydd Isa Spartans||Cefn Mawr Rangers|
|2017-18||Plas Madoc||Penyffordd Lions||Offa Athletic|
|2018-19||Flint Mountain||Acton||Mold Town United|
|2019-20||Chirk Town||Brymbo Victoria||Penyffordd Lions|
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