Football Association of Wales considering restructure of Welsh football pyramid

Welsh football could be set for an overhaul as the Football Association of Wales have pondered the idea of a possible restructuring of the pyramid system. The Welsh Football League and the Cymru Alliance would be the most affected, which could bring an end to the Mid Wales League, should the

JD Welsh Cup Round Two side FC Penley fold from Welsh National League

FC Penley have become the second team to fold from the Welsh National League Division One this season, following Point of Ayr's departure from the league in September after a poor start to their 2017/18 campaign. The club announced it was withdrawing from the fourth tier of the Welsh Football Pyramid

Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch appoint Porthmadog coach Ioan Llywelyn as new manager

Welsh Alliance League side Llanfairpwll FC have appointed Ioan Llywelyn as their new First Team Manager after their search for a replacement. Llewelyn who currently resides in Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch was Assistant Manager at Premier League side Bangor City, as well as overseeing youth development at the Citizens before taking up a similar role

Conwy Borough secure young Caernarfon Town duo Roberts and Williams on-loan

Welsh Alliance League side Conwy Borough have completed the loan signings of Caernarfon Town pair Nathan Williams and Jamie Roberts.The two arrive from The Oval on a season-long loan deal as Gareth Thomas looks to put together a side capable of challenging for promotion, following their good start in Division

FIVE Fixtures you should be attending in North Wales this week

With the North Wales football scene back in full swing again, with the Welsh Premier League and it's feeder leagues in competitive action again, there are some exciting fixtures to attend in the first month. Whether you're an avid Welsh groundhopper or perhaps just have a couple of hours spare on

Conwy Borough continue recruitment charge as five arrive at Y Morfa

Conwy Borough and Gareth Thomas have continued their summer transfer business with the signing of five more players. The Tangerines were relegated last season and will have mostly a completely different squad from the season gone past. The moves now see Conwwy have up to ELEVEN new players that could turn out

Glantraeth promote from within as playing duo take managerial reigns

Experienced duo Mike Lundstram and Joe Morgan have been appointed as joint-managers of Glantraeth following the departure of Warren Gibbs. The double winners who claimed the league title last year as well as the Cookson Cup were on the lookout for a new manager following the departure of Gibbs. The club have