|First season|| 1893–94 |
|Divisions||2 (1905–06 through 1920–21)|
|Number of teams||12 (Division 1)|
14 (Division 2)
|Domestic cup(s)||Welsh Cup|
|League cup(s)||North Wales Coast Senior Cup|
|Last champions||Llanfairfechan (1934–35)|
|Most championships|| Bangor City |
(5 times + 2 with Reserves)
The North Wales Coast League was a North Walian association football league that existed from 1893 until 1921. After the Welsh Senior League , which started in 1890,it was the second association football league formed in North Wales. There was an attempt to restart the league in 1930, which failed, followed by another restart in 1933, which lasted for two seasons. Seven teams from across the North Wales coast contested in the first season, with the number of clubs increasing to 26 in 1920, playing over two divisions.
In 1921 the league was absorbed into the Welsh National League.
As well as the failed attempt to restart the league in the 1930-31 season, the North Wales Football Combination was formed in the same season, then renamed North Wales Coast League for the 1933-34 season, for two seasons. Disbanded due to the formation of the Welsh League (North).
|1897–98||Llandudno Swifts||Rhyl Town|
|1905–06||Bangor Reserves||Holyhead Swifts|
|1906–07||Holyhead Swifts||Llandudno Amateurs|
|1907–08||Bangor Reserves||Holyhead Swifts|
|1909–10||U.C.N.W. Bangor||Caernarfon United|
|1910–11||Llandudno Amateurs||Caernarfon United|
|1911–12||Caernarfon United||Bangor Reserves|
|1912–13||Ffestiniog Town||Caernarfon United|
|1913–14||Holywell United||Denbigh United|
|1919–20||Bangor Comrades||Bangor Railway Institute|
|1920–21||Holyhead Railway Institute||Holywell United|
|1905–06||Rhyl Victoria||Prestatyn Town|
|1907–08||Ruthin Town||Denbigh Church Guild|
|1908–09||Ruthin Town||Denbigh Church Guild|
|1909–10||Holyhead Swifts Res.||Glasinfryn Swifts|
|1910–11||Glasinfryn Swifts||Llechid Swifts|
|1911–12||Glasinfryn Swifts||Bangor Reserves|
|1912–13||Tregarth||Holyhead Swifts Res.|
|1913–14||Bangor Railway Institute||Bangor Reserves|
|1919–20||Holyhead Railway Institute Res.||Abergele|
|1920–21||Llechid Celts||Glasinfryn Swifts|
|1933–34||Rhyl Athletic Res.||Llanfairfechan|
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