|Number of teams||16|
|Level on pyramid||2|
|Promotion to||Cymru Premier|
|Relegation to||Ardal Leagues|
|Domestic cup(s)||Welsh League Cup|
|Current champions||Airbus UK Broughton (1st title) |
|Current: 2022–23 season|
The Cymru North is a regional football league in Wales, covering the northern half of the country. It has clubs with semi-professional status and together with the Cymru South, it forms the second tier of the Welsh football league system.
The first year of its operation was 2019–20 with the Football Association of Wales owning and administering the tier 2 leagues for the first time. These changes followed from a review of the Welsh Football Pyramid. Prior to 2019, the equivalent league was the Cymru Alliance, covering North and Central Wales.
The league was a seventeen club league and in its inaugural season featured Colwyn Bay, returning to the Welsh Football pyramid. Rhyl folded during the season and were expelled from the league with their results expunged. The season was not completed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so the final league positions were decided on a points per game basis.
|Buckley Town||Buckley||The Globe|
|Cefn Druids||Cefn Mawr||The Rock|
|Chirk AAA||Chirk||Holyhead Road|
|Colwyn Bay||Old Colwyn||Llanelian Road|
|Conwy Borough||Conwy||Y Morfa Stadium|
|Gresford Athletic||Gresford||Clappers Lane|
|Holyhead Hotspur||Holyhead||The New Oval|
|Holywell Town||Holywell||Halkyn Road|
|Llandudno||Llandudno||OPS Wind Arena|
|Llanidloes Town||Llanidloes||Victoria Park|
|Mold Alexandra||Mold||Alyn Park|
|Prestatyn Town||Prestatyn||Bastion Road|
|Ruthin Town||Ruthin||Memorial Playing Fields|