Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League

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Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League
CountryFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Number of teams21
Level on pyramid5 & 6
Promotion to Welsh Alliance
Domestic cup(s)Presidents Cup
Premier Cup
REM Jones Cup
Last champions Rhuddlan Town

The Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League [1] (Welsh : Dyffryn Clwyd & Chonwy) was a football league formed in 2011 following the split of the Vale of Clwyd Football League, which itself was formed in 1974 as an amalgamation of the Dyserth League and the Halkyn Mountain League. [2] The Premier Division was in the fifth level of the Welsh football league system in North Wales. The league folded in 2020 due to a reorganisation of the Welsh football league pyramid, with many teams joining the North Wales Coast East Football League. [3]


The league hosted several cup competitions: The President's Cup, The Premier Cup, The Halkyn Cup and the REM Jones Cup. Its members competed in the FAW Trophy, Barritt Cup and Welsh Cup competitions as well. Along with members of the Anglesey League and the Caernarfon & District League, league teams competed in the North Wales Coast Junior Cup.

Member clubs for final 2019–20 season

Premier Division

  • Abergele
  • Bro Cernyw
  • Cerrigydrudion
  • Llandudno Athletic
  • Llanelwy Athletic
  • Llanfairfechan Town
  • Llansannan
  • Meliden
  • Rhos United
  • Rhuddlan Town
  • Y Glannau

First Division

  • Betws-y-Coed
  • Denbigh Development
  • Henllan
  • Llandudno Amateurs reserves
  • Llanfairfechan Town reserves
  • Llysfaen
  • Machno United
  • North Football Association
  • Penrhyn Bay Dragons
  • Rhyl All Stars

Divisional champions

Premier Division

First Division

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