North Gwent Football League

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North Gwent Football League
CountryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Number of teams10
Level on pyramid7
Promotion to Gwent County League
Domestic cup(s)Roly Parfitt Cup
Tom Perkins Cup
Current championsLlanhilleth Athletic
(2019–20)
Website North Gwent Football League

The North Gwent Football League (currently billed as The Swan EMS Limited North Gwent Football League for sponsorship reasons) is a football league in South Wales. The headquarters are located at The Ex-Servicemens Club, Ebbw Vale.

Contents

Area

The league's area comprises the following areas: Ebbw Vale, Tredegar, Rhymney, Maesycwmmer, Wattsville, Hafodyrynys and Llanelly Hill.

Member clubs for 2020–21 season

Premier division

Promotion and relegation

The Premier Division champions (or runners-up if the champions do not meet ground criteria) may be promoted to the Gwent County League.

Champions - Top division

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