List of football clubs in Wales

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This is a list of current football clubs located in Wales and the leagues and divisions they play in for the 2019–20 season. Four Welsh clubs play outside the Welsh football league system and are noted as such.

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See also Category:Football clubs in Wales, Category:Defunct football clubs in Wales

A

Aberbargoed Buds Welsh Football League Division One
Aberdare Town Welsh Football League Division Two
Aberffraw Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Abergavenny Town Welsh Football League Division One
Abertillery Bluebirds Welsh Football League Division Two
Abertillery Excelsiors Gwent County League Division Two
Aberystwyth Town Cymru Premier
Aberystwyth University Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Afan Lido Cymru South
Airbus UK Broughton Cymru North
Albion Rovers Welsh Football League Division Two
Amlwch Town Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Ammanford Cymru South

B

Bala Town Cymru Premier
Bangor 1876 Gwynedd League
Bangor City Cymru North
Bangor University BUCS Football League Northern 3A
Barmouth & Dyffryn United Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Barry Town United Cymru Premier
Berriew Mid Wales Football League Division One
Bethesda Athletic Gwynedd League
Bettws Bridgend & District League Premier Division
Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateur Welsh Alliance League Division One
Blaenrhondda South Wales Alliance League Premier Division
Bodedern Athletic Welsh Alliance League Division One
Borras Park Albion North East Wales League Premier Division
Bow Street Mid Wales Football League Division One
Brickfield Rangers Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Bridgend Street Welsh Football League Division One
Briton Ferry Llansawel Cymru South
Brymbo Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Brymbo Victoria North East Wales Football League
Buckley Town Cymru North
Builth Wells Mid Wales Football League Division One

C

Caerau Welsh Football League Division Three check league
Caerau (Ely) Cymru South
Caerleon Gwent County League Premier Division
Caerleon TownNewport and District League Division 1
Caernarfon Town Cymru Premier
Caersws Mid Wales Football League Division One
Caerwys North East Wales Football League
Carno Mid Wales Football League Division One
Caldicot Town Welsh Football League Division One
Cambrian & Clydach Vale Cymru South
Cardiff City 1 EFL Championship
Cardiff Corinthians South Wales Alliance League Division One
Cardiff Grange Harlequins Not in any league at present
Cardiff Metropolitan University Cymru Premier
Carmarthen Town Cymru South
Castell Alun Colts Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Division One
Cefn Not in any league at present
Cefn Druids Cymru Premier
Cemaes Bay Anglesey League
Chepstow Town Welsh Football League Division Two
Chirk AAA Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Coedpoeth United Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Division One
Colwyn Bay Cymru North
Connah's Quay Nomads Cymru Premier
Conwy Borough Cymru North
Corwen Cymru North
Croesyceiliog Welsh Football League Division One
Cwmaman South Wales Alliance League Division One
Cwmamman United Cymru South
Cwmbran Celtic Welsh Football League Division One
Cwmbran Town Gwent County League Premier Division

D

Denbigh Town Welsh Alliance League Division One
Dinas Powys Welsh Football League Division One
Dolgellau Athletic Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Dyffryn Banw Mid Wales Football League Division Two

E

Ely Rangers South Wales Alliance League Premier Division

F

Flint Town United Cymru Premier

G

Gaerwen Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Garden Village Welsh Football League Division One
Garw Senior Boys & Girls Club South Wales Alliance League Premier Division
Glan Conwy Welsh Alliance League Division One
Glantraeth Gwynedd League
Goytre (Monmouthshire) Welsh Football League Division One
Goytre United Cymru South
Greenfield Welsh Alliance League Division One
Gresford Athletic Cymru North
Guilsfield Cymru North
Gwalchmai Welsh Alliance League Division Two

H

Halkyn United Not in any league at present
Haverfordwest County Cymru Premier
Hawarden Rangers Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Hay St Marys Mid Wales League Division One
Holyhead Hotspur Welsh Alliance League Division One
Holywell Town Welsh Alliance League Division Two

K

Kinmel Bay Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Knighton Town Mid Wales Football League Division Two

L

Lex XI Not in any league at present
Llanberis Welsh Alliance League Division One
Llandrindod Wells Mid Wales Football League Division One
Llandudno Cymru North
Llandudno Albion Welsh Alliance League Division One
Llandudno Amateurs Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Llandudno Junction Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Llandyrnog United Welsh Alliance League Division 1
Llanelli Town AFC Cymru South
Llanfair United Cymru North
Llanfairpwll Anglesey League
Llanfyllin Town Montgomeryshire Football League Division 1
Llangefni Town Cymru North
Llangeinor South Wales Alliance League Division Two
Llangollen Town Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Division One
Llanidloes Town Mid Wales Football League Division One
Llannefydd Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Llannerch-y-medd Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Llanrhaeadr Cymru North
Llanrug United Welsh Alliance League Division One
Llanrwst United Welsh Alliance League Division One
Llansantffraid Village Mid Wales Football League Division One
Llantwit Fardre South Wales Alliance League Division Two
Llantwit Major Cymru South
Llay Welfare Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Lliswerry Gwent County League Premier Division
Llwydcoed Welsh Football League Division One

M

Maesglas Ceredigion League Division 2
Machynlleth Town Mid Wales League Division Two
Maesycwmmer Not in any league at present
Meliden Welsh Alliance League Division 2
Merthyr Saints South Wales Alliance League Premier Division
Merthyr Town 1 Southern League Premier Division South
Mochdre Sports Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Mold Alexandra Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Monmouth Town Welsh Football League Division One
Morriston Town Swansea Senior League Division Two
Mostyn Dragons Not in any league at present
Mynydd Llandegai Welsh Alliance League Division One
Mynydd Isa Spartans Welsh National League Division One

N

Nantlle Vale Welsh Alliance League Division One
Nefyn United Gwynedd League
Newbridge-on-Wye Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Newcastle Emlyn Ceredigion League Division One
Newport Civil Service Gwent County League Premier Division
Newport City Welsh Football League Division Two
Newport County 1 EFL League Two
Newtown Cymru Premier

O

Overton Recreation Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Division One

P

Panteg Welsh Football League Division Two
Penmaenmawr Phoenix Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Penparcau Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Penrhiwceiber Rangers Welsh Football League Division Two
Penrhyncoch Cymru North
Penrhyndeudraeth Welsh Alliance League Division One
Pentraeth Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Pentwyn Dynamo Cardiff & District League Premier Division
Penybont Cymru Premier
Penycae Welsh National League Premier Division
Penydarren Boys & Girls Club Welsh Football League Division One
Pill YMCA Gwent County League Premier Division
Pontardawe Town Welsh Football League Division One
Pontyclun Welsh Football League Division Two
Pontypridd Town Cymru South
Port Talbot Town Welsh Football League Division One
Porth Welsh Football League Division Two
Porthcawl Town Athletic South Wales Alliance League Premier Division
Porthmadog Cymru North
Prestatyn Sports Welsh Alliance League Division One
Prestatyn Town Cymru North
Presteigne St. Andrews Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Pwllheli Welsh Alliance League Division Two

R

Rhayader Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Rhos Aelwyd Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division
Rhuddlan Town Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League Premier Division
Rhydymwyn Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Division One
Rhyl Cymru North
Risca United Welsh Football League Division Two
Rogerstone Gwent County League Division One
Ruthin Town Cymru North

S

Seven Sisters Neath & District League Premier Division
South Gower Swansea Senior League Division Two
St Asaph City Welsh Alliance League Division One
STM Sports Cymru South
Swansea City 1 EFL Championship
Swansea University Cymru South

T

Taff's Well Cymru South
Talgarth Town (Reserves)Not in any league at present
Tata Steel United Port Talbot & District League Premier Division
The New Saints 2 Cymru Premier
Ton Pentre Welsh Football League Division One
Tonyrefail Welfare Rhondda & District League Championship Division
Tredegar Town Welsh Football League Division Two
Trefelin Boys & Girls Club Welsh Football League Division One
Trefonen 2 Montgomeryshire Football League Division Two
Treharris Athletic Western Welsh Football League Division Two
Treowen Stars Welsh Football League Division Three
Trethomas Bluebirds Welsh Football League Division Two
Tywyn & Bryncrug Mid Wales Football League Division One
Tywyn Town F.C. N/A

U

Undy Athletic Cymru South

V

Venture CommunityNot in any league at present

W

Waterloo Rovers Mid Wales Football League Division Two
Welshpool Mid Wales Football League Division One
West End Welsh Football League Division Two
Wrexham 1 National League

Y

Y Felinheli Welsh Alliance League Division Two
Ynyshir Albions Welsh Football League Division Two
Ynysygerwn Welsh Football League Division Two
Ystradgynlais Neath & District League Premier Division

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See also

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