|Other club(s) from||Wales|
|Promotion to||Professional Development League|
|Relegation to||The Football Conference Youth Alliance|
|League cup(s)||Football League Youth Alliance Cup FA Youth Cup|
|Current champions|| Newport County |
The Football League Youth Alliance is a youth football competition in England, consisting of four regional divisions. It acts as League 2 of the U18 Professional Development League system.
North West Conference
North East Conference
South West Conference
South East Conference
|Season||Merit League||North West Conference||North East Conference||South West Conference||South East Conference|
|2007–08||Not contested||Walsall||Hull City||Plymouth Argyle||Queens Park Rangers|
|2008–09||Not contested||Wrexham||Chesterfield||Swindon Town||Southend United|
|2009–10||Not contested||Preston North End||Hull City||Swindon Town||Millwall|
|2010–11||Not contested||Rochdale||Chesterfield||Swindon Town||Queens Park Rangers|
|2011–12||Not contested||Preston North End||Hull City||Plymouth Argyle||Queens Park Rangers|
|2012–13||Not contested||Wrexham||Hull City||Bristol Rovers||Portsmouth|
|2013–14||Not contested||Blackpool||Bradford City||Exeter City||Colchester United|
|2014–15||Not contested||Bury||Bradford City||AFC Bournemouth||Barnet|
|2015–16||Leyton Orient||Wigan Athletic||Mansfield Town||Plymouth Argyle||Luton Town|
|2016–17||Newport County||Blackpool||Mansfield Town||Exeter City||Leyton Orient|
|2017–18||Gillingham||Rochdale||Mansfield Town||Exeter City||Milton Keynes Dons|
|2018–19||Southend United||Wigan Athletic||Grimsby Town||Oxford United||Northampton Town|
|2019–20||(not completed)||(not completed)||(not completed)||AFC Bournemouth||Peterborough United|
|Season||Merit League One||Merit League Two||Merit League Three||North West Conference||North East Conference||South West Conference||South East Conference|
|2020–21||Plymouth Argyle||Southend United||AFC Bournemouth||Fleetwood Town||Notts County||Oxford United||Peterborough United|
The Youth Alliance also operates a cup competition known as the Football League Youth Alliance Cup.
|2006–07||Stockport County||Colchester United||5–2|
|2007–08||Hull City||Colchester United||3–0|
|2008–09||Grimsby Town||Queens Park Rangers||2–1|
|2009–10||Queens Park Rangers||Stockport County||4–3|
|2010–11||Wycombe Wanderers||Darlington||0–0 Wycombe win 4–2 on penalties|
|2011–12||Doncaster Rovers||Exeter City||4–0|
|2012–13||Bristol Rovers||Carlisle United||3–1|
|2013–14||Colchester United||Bradford City||4–2|
|2014–15||Oldham Athletic||Milton Keynes Dons||4–0|
|2015–16||Luton Town||Shrewsbury Town||2–1|
|2016–17||AFC Bournemouth||Wigan Athletic||4–2|
|2017–18||Luton Town||Wigan Athletic||1–0|
|2018–19||Wigan Athletic||Exeter City||2–0|
|2019–20||AFC Wimbledon||Rotherham United||1–0|
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