Welsh football reacts to Bangor City’s licence rejection

Bangor City were today refused an FAW domestic licence on appeal and thus have been consigned to plying their trade in the Huws Gray Alliance. The Welsh domestic scene eagerly awaited the announcement of the appeals, with Connah's Quay Nomads and Llanelli Town both awaiting on news on their licencing appeals,

Llanelli Town promoted to Welsh Premier League after successful licence appeal

Llanelli Town will join the JD Welsh Premier League next season after seeing their appeal accepted. The Reds had initially failed the FAW Domestic Licence, but after a meeting of the FAW Club Licensing Appeals Body today, Llanelli have been granted the Tier 1 Licence. For clubs to be awarded a Tier

Bangor City fail FAW domestic licence appeal

The FAW have announced the decisions of the meeting of the FAW Club Licensing Appeals Body today.  Connah's Quay Nomads and Llanelli Town have been granted the licence and will play in the JD Welsh Premier League next season. However, Bangor City have been refused and will be demoted to the second tier

Y Clwb Pêl-Droed nominated for Football Blogging Award

We are delighted to announce that Y Clwb Pêl-Droed has been nominated in the Best International Football Blog at this years Football Blogging Awards. The website is one of ten finalists in the International Football Blog, competing with pages like Euro Football Daily, SempreInter and Football Paradise, who won the last

Pontyclun 0-0 Tredegar Town – points shared in entertaining encounter between two of WL3’s surprise packages

Pontyclun and Tredegar Town played out a goalless draw at Ivor Park in a Welsh League Division Three encounter. Despite failing to trouble the scoreboard there was no shortage of enterprise from both sides and on another day the sides could easily have shared five or six goals. The rain and snow

Current and former Welsh Premier League managers listed as potential candidates for vacant Chester job

A current Welsh Premier League manager, alongside those who have managed in the Welsh top flight, have been linked with the vacant Chester job. Chester who were relegated to the Vanarama National League North, parted company with manager Marcus Bignot last month and are now identifying a successor, to spearhead a

Undy Athletic manager Laurence Owen calls time on managerial career

Long-serving manager Laurence Owen will leave the dugout at The Causeway at the end of the season, after confirming his retirement from management. After 32 years in management, the 52-year-old is to stand down at the end of the campaign, with Undy Athletic sitting in a comfortable 6th position. With only

Cardiff City 1-2 Swansea City: Hosford the hero as Swans lift the Cup on rivals soil

In a cup final with more meaning than most, what ensued was a South Wales derby filled with flair, fire and passion. Alana Murphy gave Cardiff the lead in the 55th minute, but goals from Jodie Passmore and Katy Hosford gave Swansea their first Women's Cup trophy since 2015. Despite a

Match Report: Barry Town United 1-1 Newtown – Jonathan Hood’s stunning strike seals European play-off spot for Linnets

JD Welsh Premier League

Jonathan Hood's first-half strike was enough to seal a point for Barry in a game where they were second-best for large periods at Jenner Park as they secured their place in the European play-offs. 24064