|Level on pyramid||1 & 2|
|Domestic cup(s)||Welsh Cup|
|Last champions||Caernarvon Athletic |
|Most championships||Caernarvon Athletic (2 titles)|
The Welsh National League (North) was a football league in north and central Wales which formed the first level of the Welsh football league system between 1921 and 1930, and was part of a short-lived plan to create a national football league in Wales during the 1930s.
The league was set-up in 1921, absorbing the North Wales Coast League. It ran for nine seasons with the majority of clubs splitting into two leagues that were formed in 1930 - the North Wales Football Combination and the Welsh League.
The following teams were champions of the leagues.