South Wales Senior League
Country Wales
Number of teams32 (16 in each division)
Level on pyramid5 and 6
Promotion toWelsh Football League Division Three
Domestic cup(s)CW Bruty League Challenge Cup
Last championsPontlottyn (Division 1)
Cadoxton Barry (Division 2)
Most championshipsBridgend Street
Caerau (Ely)
Sully Sports (4 titles)

The South Wales Senior League is a former football league in South Wales. The league consisted of two divisions, named Divisions One and Two. Division One was a feeder to the Welsh Football League Division Three, and therefore sat at levels 5 of the Welsh football pyramid.

The league was dominated by clubs from Cardiff with no fewer than 14 titles going to the city. Bridgend Street won it four times and their success in 2011 saw them move up into the Welsh Football League for the first time.

The league was merged with South Wales Amateur League in 2015–16 season to form South Wales Alliance League.

Member Clubs in the final 2014-15 season

Division 1

Division 2

Divisional Champions

Season Division One Division Two
1991-92 Les Croupiers Caerau (Ely) No competition
1992-93 Grange Quins No competition
1993-94 Lisvane Heath Hornets No competition
1994-95 Les Croupiers Caerau (Ely) Penydarren BC
1995-96 Lisvane FC Llangynayd Rangers
1996-97 Les Croupiers Caerau (Ely) Butetown
1997-98 Caerau (Ely) Wenvoe Park
1998-99 AFC Llwydcoed Ynyshir Albions
1999-00 Bettws Penrhiwceiber Cons
2000-01 Pentwyn Dynamos AFC Whitchurch
2001-02 Bridgend Street Fairwater
2002-03 Ynyshir Albions Penrhiwfer
2003-04 Penrhiwfer Cwm Welfare
2004-05 Bridgend Street Nelson Cavaliers
2005-06 Sully Sports Cwmbach Royal Stars
[[2006-07 Sully Sports St Athan
2007-08 Fairwater Ynyshir Albions
2008-09 Fairwater St Athan
2009-10 Bridgend Street Cadoxton Barry
2010-11 Bridgend Street Lisvane - Llanishan
2011-12 Sully Sports[2] Fochriw
2012-13 Sully Sports Cornelly United
2013-14 Cwm Welfare Max United
2014-15 Pontlottyn[3] Cadoxton Barry

Division One Champions - by number of titles


  1. ^ League History Archived 2014-12-28 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Aberdare Valley League (Heatwise)" (PDF). Football Club History Database.
  3. ^ "South Wales Senior League 2010-15 Champions". Welsh Football.