Cardiff City Stadium and Liberty Stadium chosen as venues for FAW Finals

Cardiff City's Cardiff City Stadium and Swansea City's Liberty Stadium will be the venues for the FAW Women's Cup and FAW Youth Cup Final. Both finals will be contested between Cardiff City and Swansea City, who have reached the finals in the respective competitions. The first final is the FAW Women's

Match Review: Cambrian and Clydach 0 Swansea City 0 (0-2 AET)

Ten-man Swansea City claimed their eighth consecutive FAW Youth Cup title with an intriguing extra-time win over Cambrian and Clydach Vale at the Cardiff City Stadium. Causso Darame netted one minute into added time, capitalising on a poor clearance by Cambrian goalkeeper Morgan Davies, before substitute Liam Edwards popped up to

Wynne joins gap in goalkeeper coaching role

gap Connah's Quay Nomads FC have appointed former club goalkeeper Ben Wynne as an academy goalkeeper coach.  19 year old Wynne joins Connah's Quay having played for the Nomads' academy for a number of years, making appearances against the likes of Real Madrid and Ajax's academies before moving to Flint Town

Youth Match Review: Dinas Powys Wolves 7-0 Maesteg Park

Dinas Powys Wolves put in an impressive performance of attacking football in the first round of the South Wales U14s cup against Maesteg Park. Despite a number of games being called off due to cold conditions, the game was passed as playable to the elation of the young Wolves squad who

Nine from Nomads up for international duty

gap Connah's Quay Nomads have had nine of their youth players selected for Welsh international duty. A host of regular players in the club's Under 19s / development squad will face Australia whilst representing Wales Colleges U19s. Jake Van Schie, Callum Cross, recent FC Nomads signing Jake Leonard, Iwan Rogers and Jake