FAW and UEFA licensing decisions announced

The FAW has today released the first instance decision of FAW domestic and UEFA licensing for the 17/18 season.

The FAW domestic licence is compulsory for teams who wish to play in the Welsh Premier League, whilst the UEFA licence is pre-requisite for teams who play in Europe.

Prestatyn Town have been promoted to the WPL after being awarded the licence, whilst Barry Town’s promotion push looks ever stronger after also being awarded the licence.

Only one club has failed to gain a licence as Haverfordwest County of Welsh League Division One were refused. They have the right to appeal, so could still gain a licence for the 17/18 season.

Bangor City have meanwhile been awarded both licences, with the UEFA licence conditional. The club must fill its vacant coaching position with someone who holds the appropriate pro licence qualification within the required 60 days in accordance with the UEFA Regulations.

The full list can be found below as published on the FAW website.

FAW Domestic Licence and UEFA Licence for 2017/18 Season (10 clubs)

  • Aberystwyth Town
  • Bala Town
  • Bangor City
  • Cardiff Met University
  • Carmarthen Town
  • Cefn Druids
  • Gap Connah’s Quay
  • Newtown
  • Llandudno
  • The New Saints

FAW Domestic Licence for 2017/18 Season (6 clubs)

  • Airbus UK Broughton
  • Rhyl FC
  • Barry Town Utd
  • Caernarfon Town
  • Flint Town United
  • Prestatyn Town

Refused FAW Domestic Licence for 2017/18 Season

  • Haverfordwest County

Withdrawn Applications

  • Buckley Town
  • Conwy Borough
  • Porthmadog
  • Penybont
  • Port Talbot Town
  • Risca United

2 thoughts on “FAW and UEFA licensing decisions announced”

  1. Eric Hall says:

    There’s enough clubs on that list to make a Second Division

    1. Dar says:

      Or a bigger premier league as it’s boring , same old . More teams please…..

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