This article needs to be updated.(August 2019)
|First season in|
|First season of|
current spell in
|Total seasons |
in top division
|average home attendance |
|Warrenpoint Town||12th (NIFL Championship)||2013-+4||2017-18||4||827|
|Harland & Wolff Welders||2nd|
|PSNI||2nd (NIFL Championship 2)|
|Warrenpoint Town||12th (NIFL Premiership)|
|Bangor||10th (NIFL Championship 1) (Relegated for not reapplying for championship licence)|
|Donegal Celtic||12th(NIFL Championship 1)|
|Lisburn Distillery||14th(NIFL Championship 1)|
|Limavady United||1st (Not Promoted due to not applying for a license)|
|Newry City||1st (Mid-Ulster Intermediate League)|
|Queen's University Belfast||7th|
|Sport & Leisure Swifts||3rd|
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