Bangor City and Prestatyn Town have had decisions refusing them a licence to play in the Welsh Premier League next season overturned.
Three-times league champions Bangor were refused the Football Association of Wales' (FAW) domestic licence because of an unpaid tax bill.
An independent panel also awarded City a licence to compete in European competition for 2015-16.
Bottom-of-the-table Prestatyn have already been relegated.
The Seasiders' place in Welsh football's top tier will be taken by Cymru Alliance winners Llandudno, who have been awarded a licence for next season.