Official: How tiers 3, 4 and 5 will look for North Wales football in 2020/21

PICTURE by Wynne Evans shows Bangor 1876 (blue) taking on Trearddur Bay Bulls – the two sides will meet again in 2020/21 in Tier 4.

AFTER months of eagerly waiting, football fanatics across North Wales can now finally began to plan out their seasons ahead of 2020/21 after the official tier 4 and 5 announcements were made on Friday.

Although it is still unclear when it will be safe to officially start the next season, teams in the region now know which divisions they will be playing in when it finally commences.

Here’s how they all look and, it has to be said, they look like they could stir up some great matches in the months to come.

TIER 3 (North West)
Blaenau Amateurs
Brickfield Rangers
Brymbo
Denbigh Town
Dyffryn Nantlle Vale
Llandudno Albion
Llanrwst United
Llanuwchllyn
Llay Welfare
Mold Alexandra
Porthmadog
Rhostyllen
Rhydymwyn
Saltney Town
St Asaph City
Y Felinheli

TIER 3 (North East)
Berriew
Bow Street
Caersws
Carno
Cefn Albion
Chirk AAA
Corwen
Four Crosses
Kerry
Llanfair United
Machynlleth
Montgomery Town
Penparcau
Penycae
Rhos Aelwyd
Welshpool Town

TIER 4 LEAGUES

North Wales Coast West Premier Division (16 teams)
Aberffraw
Amlwch Town
Bangor 1876
Barmouth & Dyffryn
Gaerwen
Gwalchmai
Llanberis
Llanrug United
Menai Tigers
Mynydd Llandegai
Nefyn United
Penrhyndeudraeth
Pentraeth
Pwllheli
Trearddur Bay Bulls

North Wales Coast East Premier Division (16 teams)
Bro Cernyw
CPD Y Rhyl 1879
Glan Conwy
Kinmel Bay
Llandudno Athletic
Llandudno Junction
Llandyrnog United
Llanfairfechan Town
Llannefydd
Llansannan
Meliden
Mochdre Sports
NFA FC
Penmaenmawr Phoenix
Prestatyn Sports
Rhuddlan Town

North East Wales League Premier Division (14 teams)
Acton FC
Brymbo Victoria
Castell Alun
Chirk Town
Coedpoeth United
FC Queen’s Park
Greenfield
Halkyn & Flint Rangers
Johnstown Youth
Lex XI
Llangollen Town
Mynydd Isa Spartans
New Brighton Villa
Overton Recreational

TIER 5 LEAGUES

North Wales Coast West Division One (19 teams)
Arriva Bangor
Bethesda Athletic
Bodorgan Juniors
Bontnewydd
Bro Goronwy
Caergybi
Cemas Bay
Cefni
CPD Y Fali
Glantraeth
Holyhead Town
Llandegfan
Llanfairpwll
Llangoed
Llanerch-y-medd
Llanystumdwy
Mountain Rangers
Talysarn Celts
Waunfawr

North Wales Coast East Division One (15 teams)
Abergele
Betws-y-Coed
Caer Clwyd
Cerrigydrudion
Denbigh Development
Henllan
Llandudno Amateurs
Llanelwy Athletic
Llysfaen
Machno United
Penrhyn Bay Dragons
Rhos United
Rhyl All Stars
Rhyl Dragons
Y Glannau

North East Wales League Championship (12 teams)
AFC Bagillt
CPD Bellevue
Borras Park Albion
CPD Caerwys
Connah’s Quay Town
Deeside FC
Llanfarthin FC
Mold Town United
Penyffordd Lions
Railway Rovers
Ruabon Rovers
CPD Sychdyn

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