FAW Statement on UEFA EURO 2020 Decision

Following confirmation by UEFA that Cardiff has not been chosen as one of 13 cities to host UEFA EURO 2020, the Football Association of Wales [FAW] has today made the following statement: “The FAW is obviously extremely disappointed by today’s news but would like to congratulate those cities that have been chosen as UEFA EURO 2020 host cities. We believed that the Millennium Stadium ... Continued ...

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Wales Women Rise to 32nd in the World.

Today FIFA has updated their rankings and the Wales Women’s team has moved up 5 positions to #32 in the world. This is the highest place our women have ever achieved. Congratulations to all of the squad and Jarmo Matikainen's staff on this a ... Continued ...

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FAW Enhance Analysis Support with Analysis Pro’s AP Capture System

Much was made in the press at the start of the season when Van Gaal installed surveillance camera technology at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground. At the same time, the FAW Analysis department also invested in a camera system utilisi ... Continued ...

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Wales beaten by Italy.

The Wales women's Under 19 team put-up a gallant display in Turkey against group leaders, Turkey and were not disgraced in a 3-0 defeat. Wales went-behind after 14 minutes when Gemma Evans scored an own goal, but that was the score at half time and W ... Continued ...

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