As of June 2019 the Cymru Premier is ranked 46th out of 55 members by the UEFA coefficient. Media coverage For the first four seasons of the league's existence, its results were not featured on the Press Association's vidiprinter service and consequently had not appeared on the BBC's Final Score or Sky's Soccer Saturday. The PA added the league's results at the start of the 1996–97 season, which was also when the PA began providing the results for the Northern Irish league. The advent of the League has brought increased media coverage for its member clubs, notably from the Western Mail and Daily Post, as well as local press.
Since the start of the 2007–08 season goals and results from the league have appeared on the Press Association vidiprinter service. Prior to this only the full-time score had been displayed although the half time score had also been shown from around 2000. Both Final Score and Sports Report now include the Cymru Premier results as part of their classified football results sequence and for a while Soccer Saturday also included the WPL results but has not done so in recent seasons. On television, brief highlights from one of the day's games were featured on BBC Wales' sports results programme Wales on Saturday whilst the BBC also provided a 30-minute highlights programme for Welsh-language broadcaster, S4C, entitled "Y Clwb Pêl-droed". When the corporation lost the international broadcast rights to BSkyB at the end of the 2003/4 season, S4C won the secondary rights package which included highlights of the national team and all domestic rights.
Sgorio took over the "Clwb Pêl-droed" slot previously produced by the BBC and in 2010/11 the half-hour highlights programme was dropped in favour of one game per week. S4C broadcasts in Wales and throughout the rest of the UK via digital satellite with an interactive option for English-language commentary available via digital satellite. As of the 2018/19 season, S4C show one game per matchweek from either the league, Welsh Cup or Scottish Challenge Cup if a Welsh team is involved.
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No teams were promoted to the Welsh Premier League from the feeder leagues. League restructure for 2010–11 season The 18 Welsh Premier League clubs met on 13 April 2008 and voted to support a restructuring proposal put forward by Welsh Premier League secretary John Deakin which would replace the single Welsh Premier League with a First and Second Division with 10 teams in each Division for the 2010–11 season. A further proposal was accepted that the Football Association of Wales should take full control of the Welsh Premier League and the existing Company, 'Football League of Wales Limited' should be dissolved. These proposals were forwarded to the Football Association of Wales for their consideration.  In June 2009 the clubs voted to accept an alternative proposal to reduce the premier League from 18 clubs to 12 for the 2010–11 season onwards.
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Cymru Premier - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Cymru PremierFounded1992Country WalesOther club(s) from England (1 team)ConfederationUEFANumber of teams12Level on pyramid1Relegation toCymru NorthCymru SouthDomestic cup(s)Welsh CupLeague cup(s)Welsh League CupInternational cup(s) UEFA Champions League UEFA Europa Conference League Current championsThe New Saints (14th title) (2021–22)Most championshipsThe New Saints (14 titles)Most appearancesColin Reynolds (516)Top goalscorerMarc Lloyd Williams (319)Websitecymrufootball. walesCurrent: 2022–23 The Cymru Premier, known as the JD Cymru Premier for sponsorship reasons, is the national football league of Wales.
 Current structure The season is split into two phases, and concludes with an end of season Playoff to determine Wales' fourth European side for the following year. Phase 1 Phase 1 runs from MD1 in August through to MD22 in mid-January. Each team plays the other sides in the league twice, once at home and once away, making a total of twenty-two games. After the conclusion of Phase 1, the league splits in two, with the top six teams forming the Championship Conference, and the bottom six teams forming the Playoff Conference. All points accumulated by teams in Phase 1 are brought forward into Phase 2 Phase 2 Phase 2 then runs from MD23 at the start of February through to MD32 at the end of April. Each side plays the other five in their conference twice more, home and away, to bring up a total of thirty-two games played.
Conversely, in 1996 now-defunct English team Oswestry Town were accepted by the League of Wales and currently The New Saints are based in Oswestry (having moved from Llansantffraid, Powys in 2007). Another English club, Chester City, whose stadium sits on the England–Wales border, applied to join the Welsh Premier League after being expelled from the Football Conference in 2010 but were wound up almost immediately afterwards (their successor team, Chester F. C., opted to reapply within the English system). Renewed calls to recruit Welsh teams Welsh football Teams that currently play in the English football system include: Cardiff City F. C. and Swansea City A. F. C (both in the EFL Championship), Newport County A. C (EFL League Two), Wrexham A.
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