|Number of teams||20|
|Level on pyramid||5 & 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.
As sourced from the league's website.
|1935-36||Briton Ferry Athletic|
|1944-45||G.K.B. Port Talbot|
|1953-54||Mond Knickel Works|
|1975-76||Briton Ferry Athletic|
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