|Number of teams||16|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Cymru Premier|
|Relegation to||Ardal Leagues|
|Domestic cup(s)|| Welsh League Cup |
|Current champions|| Swansea University F.C. |
The Cymru Southis a regional football league in Wales, covering the southern half of the country. It has semi-professional status clubs and together with the Cymru North, it forms the second tier of the Welsh football league system.
The first year of its operation was in 2019-20 with the Football Association of Wales owning and administering the tier 2 leagues for the first time. These changes followed on from a review of the Welsh Football Pyramid.Prior to 2019, the equivalent league was the Welsh Football League Division One, covering South Wales.
The following teams were confirmed as members for the season after the Football Association of Wales confirmed relegation from, and promotion to the league in June 2020.
|Afan Lido||Aberavon||Lido Ground|
|Briton Ferry Llansawel||Briton Ferry||Old Road|
|Cambrian & Clydach Vale||Clydach Vale||King George's New Field|
|Carmarthen Town||Carmarthen||Richmond Park|
|Cwmbrân Celtic||Cwmbran||Celtic Park|
|Goytre United||Goytre||Glenhafod Park Stadium|
|Llanelli Town||Llanelli||Stebonheath Park|
|Llantwit Major||Llantwit Major||Windmill Ground|
|Pontypridd Town||Pontypridd||USW Sports Park|
|Port Talbot Town||Port Talbot||Victoria Road|
|Risca United||Risca||Ty-Isaf Park|
|Swansea University||Swansea||Sketty Lane|
|Taff's Well||Taff's Well||Rhiw'r Ddar Stadium|
|Trefelin BGC||Port Talbot||Ynys Park|
|Undy Athletic||Undy||The Causeway|
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