The Welsh Football League is the largest senior league in welsh football and stands at level 2 of the FAW Pyramid system.
It's the only football league in the principality with Royal Patronage, our Patron is HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
It covers all of South Wales, and comprises three divisions with 16 Clubs in Division One, 16 Clubs in Division Two and 18 clubs in Division Three.
In addition, it has 2 reserves divisions in East and West Wales and also two youth divisions in these two areas.
In total, 105 teams play under The Welsh Football League banner each week.
IMG 5423 AFC Llwydcoed Tomos Morris wins possession of the ball in midfield. IMGS 5378 - AFC Llwydcoed's Luke Davies stops a West End player from scoring. IMG 5380 - AFC Llwydcoed's Chris Stonelake battles for possession in midfield.
For those of you who were present at the Conygar Bridge Meadow Stadium last Saturday (28th October) for the Cambrian and Clydach league match, you may recall we held a minute’s silence marking the passing of Mr Roger Cottrell. I suspect that many present would not know who Roger was and more importantly how instrumental he had been in the development of this Football Club.