|Number of teams||31 (16 in Division 1, 15 in Division 2)|
|Level on pyramid||3–4|
|Promotion to||Cymru North|
|Relegation to|| Gwynedd League |
Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League
|Domestic cup(s)||Welsh Cup|
|Last champions||Division 1 – Holyhead Hotspur |
Division 2 – Y Felinheli
|Most championships|| Llangefni Town |
|Current: 2019–20 season|
The Welsh Alliance Football League (formerly the Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Football League, for sponsorship reasons) was a football league formed in 1984, and discontinued in 2020 following the reorganisation of the Welsh football pyramid for the 2020-21 season.
Division 1 was part of the third level of the Welsh football league system in North Wales.
As confirmation from the league on 25 June 2019.
|Club Name||Stadium||2018–19 position|
|Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateur||Cae Clyd, Blaenau Ffestiniog||2nd (Promoted from Division 2 for 2019–20 season)|
|Bodedern Athletic||Cae Ty Cristion, Village Hall Bodedern||2nd|
|Denbigh Town||Central Park, Denbigh||15th (Relegated from Cymru Alliance for 2019–20 season)|
|Glan Conwy||Cae Ffwt, Glan Conwy||1st (Promoted from Division 2 for 2019–20 season)|
|Greenfield||Bagillt Road, Greenfield||4th|
|Holyhead Hotspur||The New Stadium, Holyhead||16th (Relegated from Cymru Alliance for 2019–20 season)|
|Llanberis||Ffordd Padarn, Llanberis||10th|
|Llandudno Albion||Ffordd Dwyfor, Llandudno||3rd|
|Llandyrnog United||Cae Nant, Llandyrnog||13th|
|Llanrug United||Eithin Duon, Llanrug||5th|
|Llanrwst United||Gwydir Park, Llanrwst||11th|
|Mynydd Llandegai||Mynydd Llandygai||12th|
|Nantlle Vale||Maes Dulyn, Penygroes||6th|
|Penrhyndeudraeth||Maes Y Parc, Penrhyndeudraeth||8th|
|Prestatyn Sports||Gronant Playing Fields, Prestatyn||7th|
|St Asaph City||Roe Plas, St Asaph||9th|
|Club name||Stadium||2018–19 position|
|Amlwch Town||Lôn Bach, Amlwch||15th|
|Aberffraw||Ty Croes, Aberffraw||5th|
|Barmouth & Dyffryn United||Wern Mynach, Barmouth||14th (Relegated from Division 1 for 2019–20 season)|
|Gaerwen||Lon Groes, Gaerwen||11th|
|Gwalchmai||Maes Meurig, Gwalchmai||2nd (Promoted from Gwynedd League for 2019–20 season)|
|Holyhead Town||Millbank Sports Field, Holyhead||12th|
|Kinmel Bay||Cader Avenue, Kinmel Bay||7th|
|Llandudno Amateurs||The Oval, Llandudno||1st (Promoted from Vale of Clwyd and Conwy Football League Premier Division for 2019–20 season)|
|Llandudno Junction||The Flyover, Llandudno Junction||15th (Relegated from Division 1 for 2019–20 season)|
|Mochdre Sports||Swan Road, Mochdre||14th|
|Penmaenmawr Phoenix||Cae Sling, Penmaenmawr||9th|
|Pentraeth||Bryniau Field, Pentraeth||10th|
|Pwllheli||Leisure Centre, Recreation Road, Pwllheli||4th|
|Y Felinheli||Cae Selio, Bangor Street, Y Felinheli||8th|
|1988–89||Flint Town United|
|Season||Division 1||Division 2|
|2010–11||Conwy United||Caernarfon Wanderers|
|2012–13||Caernarfon Town||Llandyrnog United|
|2014–15||Holywell Town||St Asaph City|
|2017–18||Conwy Borough||Prestatyn Sports|
|2018–19||Llangefni Town||Glan Conwy|
|2019–20||Holyhead Hotspur||Y Felinheli|
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