Neath & District League

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Neath & District League
CountryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Number of teams20
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Promotion to West Wales Premier League
Domestic cup(s)Neath & District League Cup
Current champions Seven Sisters
Website Official League website

The Neath & District League is a football league in South Wales. The league consists of three divisions, named The Premier Division, Division One and Two. The Premier League is a feeder to the West Wales Premier League, and therefore sits at level 5 of the Welsh football league system.


The last team to be promoted from this league was Ynysygerwn in 2016.

Member clubs for 2021–22 season

Premier Division

  • Bryn Rovers 'A'
  • Bryncoch 'A'
  • Cambrian 'A'
  • Cilfrew Rovers 'A'
  • Clydach Cricket 'A
  • FC Clydach 'A'
  • Glynneath Town 'A'
  • Llandarcy 'A'
  • Pontardawe United 'A'
  • Rhos 'A'

Division One

  • AFC Glais
  • Celtic Neath 'A'
  • Cimla 'A'
  • Clydach Sports 'A'
  • Coed Darcy 'A'
  • FC Nedd
  • Harp Rovers 'A'
  • Resolven 'A'
  • Tonna 'A'
  • Ynysmeudwy Athletic 'A'

Premier Division Champions

As sourced from the league's website. [1]

SeasonPremier Division
1931-32 Seven Sisters
1933-34Onllwyn Welfare
1935-36 Briton Ferry Athletic
1938-39Cynlais Villa
1939-1943No competition
1943-44Onllwyn R.A.O.B.
1944-45G.K.B. Port Talbot
1946-47Cathan Stars
1947-48Melyn Stars
1948-49Penrhiwtyn Athletic
1951-52 Cwm Wanderers
1952-53 Cwm Wanderers
1953-54Mond Knickel Works
1954-55Melyncourt Corries
1955-56Melyncourt Corries
1956-57Melyncourt Corries
1957-58Ynysmeudwy Athletic
1959-60Ynysmeudwy Athletic
1960-61 BP Llandarcy
1961-62 BP Llandarcy
1962-63 Cwm Wanderers
1963-64 Cwm Wanderers
1964-65 BP Llandarcy
1965-66 Cwm Wanderers
1966-67 Cwm Wanderers
1967-68 BP Llandarcy
1968-69 BP Llandarcy
1969-70 BP Llandarcy
1970-71 Cwm Wanderers
1971-72 Cwm Wanderers
1972-73 Cwm Wanderers
1973-74 Cwm Wanderers
1974-75 Cwm Wanderers
1975-76 Briton Ferry Athletic
1976-77 Cwm Wanderers
1977-78Red Star
1978-79Red Star
1979-80Red Star
1980-81Red Star
1981-82Red Star
1982-83Red Star
1984-85Ferry Wanderers
1985-86Park Rangers
1986-87Yellow Stars
1987-88Yellow Stars
1988-89Yellow Stars
1989-90 Cwm Wanderers
1990-91 Cwm Wanderers
1993-94Clydach Sports
1994-95 Cwm Wanderers
1995-96 Giants Grave
1997-98 Seven Sisters
1998-99Cilfrew Sports
1999-00Clydach Sports
2000-01 Llansawel
2001-02 Cwmamman United
2002-03 Llansawel
2003-04AFC Caewern
2004-05 Llansawel
2005-06 Llansawel
2007-08 Giants Grave
2009-10 Giants Grave
2010-11 Giants Grave
2011-12 Ystradgynlais
2012-13 Ystradgynlais
2013-14 Ystradgynlais
2014-15 Giants Grave
2015-16Clydach sports
2016-17 Cwm Wanderers [2]
2017-18 Giants Grave [3]
2018-19Bryncoch [4]
2019-20 Seven Sisters

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