The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has announced a new brand identity and sponsorship deal for the top two tiers of the men’s domestic game.

A total of 45 clubs from across the country will come together, under a new identity: the JD Cymru Leagues.

JD Cymru Premier, the newly named top tier of Welsh football will form the peak of the new pyramid system.

JD Cymru North and JD Cymru South replaces the Huws Gray Alliance and Welsh League One with both leagues coming under the FAW’s jurisdiction for the first time.

The three leagues encompass every corner of Wales, which is why the new bilingual naming system places ‘Cymru’ at the heart of Welsh football.

Alongside the naming system, seven daffodils have been incorporated to represent each of the leagues of Welsh domestic football’s top three tiers when the restructure is complete next summer.

The modern logo reflects the modernisation of the new pyramid structure and the future ambitions of Welsh football.

JD have been a partner of Welsh domestic football since 2015 as the title sponsor of the JD Welsh Cup.

JD and the FAW extended their domestic partnership in 2017 becoming title sponsor of the Welsh Premier League as well as the exclusive retail partner to the FAW since 2013.

The new deal sees the FAW’s partnership with JD cemented for the next seven seasons, with the sponsorship running until the 2026 season.

Ian Davis, FAW head of marketing, said: “We are thrilled that JD have extended their support of Welsh domestic football.

“The successful pyramid restructure has brought tier two under the control of the FAW for the first time and we are very pleased to have such a well-established, national brand partnering with us as the title sponsor of all three divisions from next season.”