Welsh Football League Division Two

The Welsh Football League Division Two, (last known as the Nathanielcars.co.uk Welsh League Division Two, for sponsorship reasons) was a football league and forms the fourth level of the Welsh football league system in South Wales.

Welsh League Second Division
Country Wales
Number of teams16
Level on pyramid2 (1904–1992)
3 (1992–2019)
4 (2019–2020)
Promotion toWelsh Football League Division One
Domestic cup(s)Welsh Cup
Welsh Football League Cup
Last championsPenrhiwceiber Rangers

If the team which finishes top of the division has good enough ground facilities, traditionally it was promoted to the Welsh Football League Division One and is replaced by the team finishing bottom of Division One. The team finishing in bottom position is relegated to the Welsh Football League Division Three. For the 2019–20 season promotion was to the newly formed Ardal Leagues at Tier 3 and relegation was to one of the regional leagues.

From its inception in 1904 it always sat below the top flight of the Welsh League, or the Rhymney Valley League and Glamorgan League as it was known until 1912. This division has changed its title on numerous occasions to follow suit of the other leagues within the competition; for seven years in the 1980s it was known as the Premier Division as the top flight adopted the National Division name, while Division Two was split into two sections - A & B and West & East - for many years before 1965.

In 1992 it became level three of the Welsh Football Pyramid following the creation of the Welsh Premier League.

After the creation of the Cymru South, for the 2019–20 season, the league was rebranded and Welsh Football League Division Two incorporated the former Division Three teams.[1]

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