Last updated : Wednesday, 22 November 2023
Barry and District Second Diversion Football League
The Barry and District Second Diversion Football League is an amateur football league in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. It was founded in 1968 and currently consists of 12 teams. The league is affiliated to the South Wales Football Association.
The Barry and District Second Diversion Football League was founded in 1968 as a way for amateur footballers in the area to continue playing after they had finished playing in the Barry and District Football League. The league initially consisted of 10 teams, but it has since grown to 12 teams.
The league has been won by a number of different teams over the years, including Barry Town United Reserves, Sully Sports, and Penarth Town Reserves. The current champions are BVFC.
The 2022/23 season is the 55th season of the Barry and District Second Diversion Football League. The league is currently in its second half of the season, with the top four teams vying for the championship.
- BVFC are the current leaders of the league, with 50 points from 20 games.
- Sully Sports are in second place, with 48 points from 20 games.
- Penarth Town Reserves are in third place, with 46 points from 20 games.
- Barry Town United Reserves are in fourth place, with 44 points from 20 games.
The league is very competitive this season, with any of the top four teams capable of winning the championship. The season will come to a close in May 2023, with the champions and runners-up being promoted to the Barry and District Football League.