Swansea Senior Football League

The Swansea Senior Football League or Swansea Senior League, is a league competition featuring non-professional association football clubs in the area of Swansea, south Wales. The league consists of three divisions. The top division, Division One is just below Welsh Football League Division Two, and therefore sits at level 5 of the Welsh football pyramid.

Swansea Senior Football League
Founded1901
Country Wales
Number of teams35
Level on pyramid5–7
Promotion toWelsh Football League Division Two
Current championsPenlan Club
(2018–19 Swansea Senior Football League)
WebsiteSwansea Senior Football League
2019–20 Swansea Senior Football League

Swansea Senior Football league was founded in 1901.[1]

Member clubs for 2019–20 season

The following clubs are competing in the Swansea Senior Football League during the 2019–20 season.[2]

Division One

  • Brynawel
  • Morriston Town
  • Mumbles Rangers
  • Penclawdd
  • Penlan Club
  • Port Tennant Colts
  • Rockspur Fords
  • Sandfields
  • St Josephs
  • Waunarlwydd
  • West End Rangers
  • Ynystawe Athletic

Division Two

  • Blaenymaes
  • CRC Olympic
  • Cwmfelin Press
  • Gors
  • Landore
  • Murton Rovers
  • North End
  • Plough Colts
  • Ragged School
  • South Gower
  • Treboeth United

Division Three

  • Birchgrove Colts
  • Bonymaen Colts
  • Clase
  • Cwm Albion Colts
  • Garden Village
  • Kingsbridge Colts
  • Llangyfelach
  • Maltsters
  • St Thomas Stars
  • Union Rangers
  • Wales Tartan (club withdrew from league in October 2019 and folded)[3]
  • Wern

Champions

  • 1970–71: – West End
  • 1973–74: – West End
  • 1974–75: – West End
  • 1976–77: – West End
  • 1982–83: – West End
  • 1985–86: – West End
  • 2002–03: – West End[4]
  • 2003–04: –
  • 2004–05: – West End[5]
  • 2005–06: –
  • 2006–07: – Winch Wen[6]
  • 2007–08: – Ragged School[7]
  • 2008–09: – Ragged School[8]
  • 2009–10: – Ragged School
  • 2010–11: – Swansea Dockers
  • 2011–12: – Penlan Club
  • 2012–13: – Kilvey United
  • 2013–14: – Penlan Club[9]
  • 2014–15: – Penlan Club[10]
  • 2015–16: – Penlan Club[11]
  • 2016–17: – Team Swansea[12]
  • 2017–18: – West End Rangers[13]
  • 2018–19: – Penlan Club[14][15]

Notable players

References


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