Penalty shoot-out hero Will Fuller says the experience of playing European football will be an unforgettable experience. Cardiff Met’s number one plans to savor the moment of reaching Europe for the first time. The club will receive a £193,000 windfall from qualifying for Europe, however
After qualifying for Europe, Cardiff Metropolitan skipper Bradley Woolridge says this season has been the best in the clubs history. The 26-year-old lifted the Nathaniel MG Cup in January and the Play-Off Cup on Sunday in what has been a memorable season for the Students.
Christian Edwards has praised the clubs model after qualifying for the UEFA Europa League. Cardiff Metropolitan beat Bala Town on penalties to bring European football to the University club. Having been in the fourth tier of Welsh football in 2013, the one-time Wales defender has
Eliot Evans says Cardiff Met’s qualification for Europa League football has taken the club to the next level. The Wales C international equalised in normal time and scored the decisive spot-kick which earned his side a windfall of £192,000 after beating Bala Town on penalties.
After suffering playoff heartbreak, questions will be asked of Bala Town after failing to qualify for Europe. For the first time in five years, Bala Town won’t be representing the Welsh Premier League in Europe. Despite strong recruitment of players this season, this Bala Town
Cardiff Metropolitan qualified for European football for the first time after beating Bala Town on penalties. Eliot Evans scored the decisive spot kick after Will Fuller made three saves in the shootout. Evans had earlier cancelled out Henry Jones’s opener in the first half in
Bala Town and Cardiff Metropolitan meet in the Europa League playoff final at Maes Tegid. For the first time in five years, the Lakesiders will have to qualify via the playoffs, whilst Cardiff Metropolitan are in their third consecutive final. The Archers have lost their
This Sunday’s Europa League play-off final between Bala Town and Cardiff Metropolitan is worth approximately £192k for the winners. Cardiff Metropolitan’s shock victory over Caernarfon Town in front of a packed crowd at The Oval means they will play Bala Town at Maes Tegid, after
Cardiff Metropolitan manager Christian Edwards has said that it was “outstanding” for his side to reach the Europa League Play Offs for the third consecutive season. The Archers beat Aberystwyth Town – the only team that could have denied them a play-off berth – 1-0
Cardiff Metropolitan will participate in their third consecutive Europa League play-off after narrowly beating Aberystwyth Town. A win for the Archers was needed to secure a spot with a game to go. They beat nearest placed Aberystwyth Town to qualify for the play-offs. The Archers