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
Caerau Ely have added a number of new faces to their first team squad over the last week as Cambrian & Clydach duo Ibby So Sani and Josh Maksimovic signed on the dotted line at Cwrt-y-Ala Road.
The 2014/2015 Welsh Football League Division One winners currently sit bottom of the Division
AFTER seven years of service at South Wales Alliance League side Merthyr Saints, it's time to say goodbye for prolific goal-scorer Ian Cleary who has joined Gwent County League side Ynysddu Welfare.
The 29 year-old has swapped the ICI Rifle Field for the Nine Mile Point Welfare Ground as he bids
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
Lawrence Badman says his Cambrian and Clydach side have “nothing to lose” when they take on Swansea City in the FAW Youth Cup Final this weekend.
The Rhondda outfit face a stiff test at the Cardiff City Stadium, with the Swans having lifted the trophy for the last seven years.