Following Wales C's narrow 3-2 defeat to England C at Jenner Park, it has to be considered i will Welsh domestic fans will be treated to this team on a regular basis? Here are just six reasons why C team international football needs to stay in Wales.
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Last nights gritty performance for the Wales C international against an England C side, made up numerous full-time player, showed that the JD Welsh Premier League is unique as a collective.
Under the shining light of the Sgorio cameras, the side comprised of Welsh players based in the top flight
The Football Association of Wales (FAW) yesterday rubber-stamped plans of restructuring the pyramid system which will see the landscape of Welsh football change.
From Connah's Quay Nomads to Caernarfon Town, midfielder Rob Jones is a well known face in the North Wales football scene.
Experienced in the JD Welsh Premier League, Huws Gray Alliance and even the Europa League, Jones' dynamism in the middle has given him a regular starting place in each
With the festive period well and truly upon us, football on Anglesey will be coming to a halt for a weekend as families get together to celebrate Christmas.
With that said, now seems as good a time as any to review the action that has unfolded so far in the Kon-X
Pontypridd Town joint-managers Dominic and Damien Broad alongside Matt Callanan and Dan Sargent of Blue Stag Media organised a 'Match for Manchester' in which celebrities took part in a nine-a-side match at the Vale Sports Arena to hep raise donations for the Manchester attack victims.
The event was collaboratively arranged between the
Rydal Penrhos School will take on Llandudno FC Legends in a special charity football match.
The event will take place on Friday, June 16 at the Giant Hospitality Stadium, Llandudno and is set to kick-off at 7.45pm.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Penny Appeal, who are raising
With the Welsh Premier League play-offs rapidly approaching, will Newtown be able to cope with the loss of Jason Oswell?
Newtown have had a sensational second-half of the season and it has seen them creep into the Welsh Premier League play-offs, in seventh place - six points ahead of Cefn Druids.
Barry Town United have rightfully picked up plenty of the plaudits in recent weeks since their rise into the Welsh Premier League, but they are by no means the only fallen giant in Welsh football to have regained their footing.
Llanelli, who were exiled from the Welsh League alongside the Jenner
Gavin Chesterfield has been through just about it all at Barry Town United and following his side's promotion to the Welsh Premier League in his 10th year at the club, we get a chance to take a look at the highs and lows he's experienced managing the club.
Chesterfield was appointed