Bangor City apply for Welsh Premier League return, Briton Ferry and Cambrian apply from south

Twenty four clubs have applied for the required Tier One licence to play in the JD Welsh Premier League.

All participating 12 teams have applied to remain in the league, whilst 12 applicants from outside the league have also stated their intentions to join the Welsh top flight.

Eight teams from the Huws Gray Alliance and four from the Welsh Football League Division one have applied for the Licence, which would enable them to compete in the division, should they secure a top-two finish.

All twelve Premier League clubs have applied for both the Tier One Licence and the UEFA Licence, which would allow a club to compete in Europe the following season.

Bangor City, who were relegated from the JD Welsh Premier League last season have applied. Buckley Town who only won promotion last season have also applied.

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Prestatyn Town who finished bottom of the Welsh Premier League and didn’t apply for the licence, have also applied.

Airbus Broughton who have won five out of five league games have applied after being relegated from the Welsh Premier League in 2016/2017.

Flint Town United, Holywell Town, Porthmadog and Rhyl are the other applicants from the North.

Briton Ferry and Cambrian from the South are new applicants. Haverfordwest County and Penybont who currently occupy the two places have applied for the last two seasons.

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