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  1. New FAW Small-Sided Regulations Aim to Improve the Playing Experience for Youngsters

    New FAW Small-Sided Regulations Aim to Improve the Playing Experience for Youngsters
    In an effort to improve the experience of football for children in local communities, the Football Association of Wales and the FAW Trust launched a review of small-sided football. And after two years, the results are finally in. Over the last two seasons, a comprehensive review of small-sided football in Wales has involved an in-depth analysis of every conceivable aspect...
  2. Grassroots Football in Wales Has Never Been Healthier

    Grassroots Football in Wales Has Never Been Healthier
    Photo: welshfootballtrust.org.uk England’s national team will once again leave a major tournament finals early. But this time, the English ‘superstars’ must live with the fact that their Welsh counterparts have been the very best of British at Euro 2016. The rise of Welsh football on the international stage is not just down to having Gareth Bale in the squad...
  3. Grassroots Football in Wales Goes from Strength to Strength

    Grassroots Football in Wales Goes from Strength to Strength
    In October 2015, Wales lost the first match of their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign to Bosnia-Herzegovina - but no one really cared that much. Chris Coleman had masterminded Wales’ first qualification for a major tournament finals since 1958. Gareth Bale described the defeat as the best of his life, and an entire nation looked forward to its first summer of...

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