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The New Saints have won the Welsh Premier League title 11 times, four more than Barry Town.

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The New Saints
The New Saints celebrate after winning the league for a record eleventh time in 2016/17.

Season
Champions
Runners-up
Relegated
1992/3
Cwmbran Town
Inter Cardiff
Abergavenny Thursdays
Llanidloes Town
1993/4
Bangor City
Inter Cardiff
Briton Ferry Athletic
1994/5
Bangor City
Afan Lido
Mold Alexandra
Maesteg Park Athletic
1995/6
Barry Town
Newtown AFC
Afan Lido
Llanelli AFC
1996/7
Barry Town
Inter Cardiff
Ton Pentre
Holywell Town
Briton Ferry Athletic
1997/8
Barry Town
Newtown AFC
Porthmadog FC
Flint Town United
Welshpool Town
Cemaes Bay
1998/9
Barry Town
Inter Cardiff
Holywell Town
1999/0
Total Network Solutions
Barry Town
Conwy United
Caernarfon Town
2000/1
Barry Town
Cwmbran Town
Llanelli AFC
Inter Cardiff
2001/2
Barry Town
Total Network Solutions
Rhayader Town
2002/3
Barry Town
Total Network Solutions
Llanelli AFC*
2003/4
Rhyl FC
Total Network Solutions
Barry Town
2004/5
Total Network Solutions
Rhyl FC
Afan Lido**
2005/6
Total Network Solutions
Llanelli AFC
Cardiff Grange Quins***
2006/7
The New Saints
Rhyl FC
Cwmbran Town
2007/8
Llanelli AFC
The New Saints
Llangefni Town
2008/9
Rhyl FC
Llanelli AFC
Caernarfon Town
2009/10
The New Saints
Llanelli AFC
Caersws FC
Elements Cefn Druids
Gap Connah's Quay
Porthmadog FC
Rhyl FC****
Technogroup Welshpool
2010/11
Bangor City
The New Saints
Haverfordwest County
2011/12
The New Saints
Bangor City
Neath FC****
2012/13
The New Saints
Airbus UK Broughton
 
Llanelli AFC****
2013/14
The New Saints
Airbus UK Broughton
Afan Lido
2014/15
The New Saints
Bala Town 
 
Prestatyn Town
Cefn Druids
2015/16
The New Saints
Bala Town 
Port Talbot Town*****
Haverfordwest County 
2016/17
The New Saints
Gap Connah's Quay
Airbus UK Broughton
Rhyl FC
* Welshpool Town relegated, reinstated on appeal
** Afan Lido deducted three points for fielding a suspended player
*** Cardiff Grange Quins resigned
**** Rhyl, Neath and Llanelli failed to gain domestic licence
***** Port Talbot Town failed to gain domestic licence

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