|Last champions||Penydarren B.G.C.|
|Most successful club(s)||Cardiff City Reserves (7 titles)|
|Website||Official Welsh League website|
The Welsh Football League Challenge Cup (known for a time as the Nathaniel Car Sales League Cup for sponsorship reasons, and not to be confused with the national Welsh League Cup) was a knock-out competition for all members of the divisions that make up the Welsh Football League in south Wales.
|1925–26||Merthyr Town||Swansea Town||Swansea|
|1926–27||Ebbw Vale||Aberdare||Ebbw Vale|
|1927–28||Cardiff City reserves||Lovells Athletic||Swansea|
|1928–29||Cardiff City reserves||Ebbw Vale||Ebbw Vale|
|1929–30||Llanelli||Barry Town reserves||Llanelli|
|1930–31||Swansea Town reserves||Llanelli||Llanelli|
|1932–33||Swansea Town reserves||Newport County||Treorchy|
|1934–35||Barry Town reserves||Gelli Colliery||Treorchy|
|1935–36||Cardiff City reserves||Aberdare Town||Aberaman|
|1937–38||Cardiff City reserves||Tredomen||Nelson|
|1939–1946||The competition was suspended during World War II.|
|1946–47||Barry Town||Milford United||Haverfordwest|
|1947–48||Merthyr Tydfil||Newport County||Merthyr|
|1949–50||Caerau Athletic||Milford United||Llanelli|
|1950–51||Merthyr Tydfil reserves||Caerau Athletic||Merthyr|
|1951–52||Abergavenny Thursdays||Caerau Athletic||Merthyr|
|1952–53||Newport County reserves||Treharris Athletic||Aberystwyth|
|1953–54||Pembroke Borough||Aberystwyth Town||Llanelli|
|1954–55||Treharris Athletic||Milford United||Llanelli|
|1955–56||Ebbw Vale||Newport County reserves||Abergavenny|
|1956–57||Ebbw Vale||Milford United||Llanelli|
|1957–58||Newport County reserves||Milford United||Llanelli|
|1958–59||Pembroke Borough||Caerau Athletic||Port Talbot|
|1959–60||Cardiff City reserves||Llanelli||Swansea|
|1961–62||Merthyr Tydfil reserves||Pembroke Borough||Haverfordwest|
|1962–63||Brecon Corinthians||Abergavenny Thursdays||Abergavenny|
|1963–1972||Competition did not take place.|
|1972–73||Cardiff City reserves||Newport County reserves||Cardiff|
|1973–74||Cardiff City reserves||Ton Pentre||Caerau|
|1975–76||Cardiff Corinthians||Cardiff City reserves||Cardiff|
|1976–77||Newport County reserves||Cardiff City reserves||Newport|
|1977–78||Newport County reserves||Pontllanfraith||Ton Pentre|
|1978–79||Barry Town||Pontllanfraith||Ton Pentre|
|1979–80||Pontllanfraith||Newport County reserves||Ton Pentre|
|1980–81||Merthyr Tydfil reserves||Sully||Ton Pentre|
|1982–83||Barry Town||Merthyr Tydfil reserves||Bridgend|
|1983–84||Lake United||Ammanford Town||Ton Pentre|
|1985–86||Pembroke Borough||Cwmbrân Town||Merthyr|
|1986–87||Barry Town||AFC Cardiff||Maesteg|
|1987–88||Bridgend Town||Barry Town||Ton Pentre|
|1988–89||Haverfordwest County||Barry Town||Ebbw Vale|
|1990–91||Cwmbrân Town||Pembroke Borough||Llanelli|
|1991–92||Brecon Corinthians||Pembroke Borough||Llanelli|
|1993–94||Barry Town||Treowen Stars||Bridgend|
|1994–95||Grange Harlequins||Briton Ferry||Bridgend|
|1995–96||Carmarthen Town||Maesteg Park||Bridgend|
|1996–97||UWIC||Haverfordwest County||Afan Lido|
|1997–98||Treowen Stars||BP (Llandarcy)||Bridgend|
|1998–99||Ton Pentre||Bridgend Town||Afan Lido|
|1999–2000||Port Talbot Town||Cardiff Civil Service||Bridgend|
|2000–01||Ton Pentre||Fields Park/Pontllanfraith||Neath|
|2003–04||Briton Ferry||Llanelli||Ton Pentre|
|2004–05||Goytre United||Pontardawe Town||Ton Pentre|
|2005–06||Penrhiwceiber||Pontardawe Town||Afan Lido|
|2006–07||Afan Lido||Goytre United||Port Talbot|
|2007–08||Goytre United||Bryntirion Athletic||Afan Lido|
|2011–12||Taff's Well||Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC||Ton Pentre|
|2012–13||Taff's Well||Bryntirion Athletic||Ton Pentre|
|2013–14||AFC Porth||Pontardawe Town||Port Talbot|
|2014–15||Taff's Well||Caerau (Ely)||Barry|
|2015–16||Taff's Well||Briton Ferry Llansawel||Afan Lido|
|2016–17||Llanelli Town||Bridgend Street||Briton Ferry|
|2017–18||Trefelin BGC||Llanelli Town||Garden Village, Swansea|
|2018–19||Penydarren BGC||Ynysygerwn||Port Talbot Town|
|7||Cardiff City Reserves|
|5||Merthyr Tydfil Reserves, Newport County Reserves|
|4||Pembroke Borough, Taff's Well, Llanelli (Llanelly)|
|3||Barry Town Reserves, Barry Town, Brecon Corinthians, Ebbw Vale|
|2||Afan Lido, Goytre United, Haverfordwest County, Pontllanfraith, Swansea Town Reserves, Ton Pentre, AFC Porth|
|1||Abergavenny Thursdays, Blaenrhondda, Bridgend Town, Briton Ferry, Caerau Athletic, Cardiff Corinthians, Carmarthen Town, Croesyceiliog, Cwmbran Town, Grange Harlequins, Inter CableTel, Lake United, Llanwern, Merthyr Town Reserves, Milford, Neath, Penrhiwceiber Rangers, Port Talbot Athletic, Trefelin BGC, Treharris Athletic, Treowen Stars, Penydarren BGC|
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