To mark Mental Health Awareness Week in May 2022, the Football Association of Wales has joined UK football bodies and leagues to reaffirm the collective long-term commitment to lead and continue to promote positive change in football, and in society more
Gwyn John, a Life Member of the SW Alliance League, has published his biography entitled “The Wrong Shaped Ball” - it covers the story of Gwyn and his formation of Llantwit Major FC - from grass roots football to the heights of Welsh Tier 2 football.
The Football Association of Wales is pleased to announce its Pawb - Everyone Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Strategy for 2021 to 2026, which sets out its ambition to make football for everyone, everywhere in Wales.
The impact of grassroots football on the Welsh economy has been calculated for the first time in a new study from the Football Association of Wales (FAW), backed by the World Health Organization and the United Nations.
The Football Association of Wales has signed the Muslim Athlete Pledge to demonstrate its commitment to equality and diversity for all. The Pledge is a commitment and start to recognising Muslim needs in football.
The Football Association of Wales has today (27 Sept 2021) launched its six-year strategy, ‘Our Wales’, with the vision of ensuring increased participation and quality facilities that meet the growing demand of football in Wales.