Last updated : Sunday, 03 December 2023
Rhyl And District Sunday League
The Rhyl And District Sunday League is an amateur football league in Rhyl, North Wales. It was founded in 1963 and currently has seven teams.
The Rhyl And District Sunday League was founded in 1963 by a group of local football enthusiasts. The league started with just four teams, but it quickly grew in popularity and now has seven teams.
The league has been home to some famous players over the years, including former Wales internationals Neville Southall and Mark Hughes.
- Conwy Comrades FC
- FC Mally
- Prestatyn Wanderers FC
- Rhyl Celtics FC
- Rhyl Rangers FC
- The Royal Oak FC
- Y Clwb FC
The Rhyl And District Sunday League is a single division league. Each team plays each other team twice, once at home and once away. The top team at the end of the season is the champions.
The future of the Rhyl And District Sunday League is uncertain. The league currently has only seven teams, and it is possible that it could fold in the future if it does not attract more teams.
However, the league is committed to continuing and it is hoping to attract more teams in the coming seasons.
The league is also looking to improve the quality of football by introducing new rules and regulations.