Embed from Getty Images Welsh Premier League clubs could be part of a newly formed competition with the working name of the Europa League 2 launched by UEFA yesterday. The competition will begin in 2021, meaning that there will be two more years of the
Stephen Green has named his eighteen man squad for the Intermediate Round of the UEFA Regions Cup. The 18-man squad will play three games over the space of six days in Bulgaria. They will play opposition from Belarus, Bulgaria and Turkey. It is the first
Stephen Green’s South Wales FA side will travel to Bulgaria this week, aiming to make more history in the UEFA Regions Cup. The South Wales FA have already made history, by becoming the first Wales select side to reach the intermediate round of the competition.
Welsh sides could be part of a new third tier European competition, as UEFA have announced their desire to change the format of the current European competitions. At the moment the Welsh Premier League winner qualifies for the early stages of the UEFA Champions League,
Danish Champions FC Midtjylland will take a two-goal advantage courtesy of two headed goals from Nigerian striker Paul Onuachu back to Denmark next week, but what were the main talking points as The New Saints suffered defeat in their third round UEFA Europa League qualification
Date and Time: Thursday 9th August (19:45) Venue: Cardiff City Stadium Referee: Peter Kralovic TV: S4C The New Saints will face-off against FC Midtjylland in the first leg of their UEFA Europa League third round qualification clash with the ambition of taking a positive result to Denmark next week.