Men’s Club Licensing Appeals Body Decisions 2022/23
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21 April 2022

Men’s Club Licensing Appeals Body Decisions 2022/23

The independent Club Licensing Appeals Body met today (21 April) to consider the appeals as a result of the First Instance Body decisions on 7 April for participation in UEFA competitions and the JD Cymru Premier.

Appeals from the following clubs were considered:  

  • Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC
  • Llantwit Major FC
  • Pontypridd Town FC

Following the conclusion of the Appeals Body meeting, the following clubs were successful with their respective appeals:

  • Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC
  • Pontypridd Town AFC

Llantwit Major FC were unsuccessful with their appeal and are therefore unable to be promoted to Tier 1.    

Therefore, Pontypridd Town AFC will join Airbus UK Broughton FC as the two promoted clubs in the JD Cymru Premier next season, replacing Barry Town United AFC and Cefn Druids FC.

As a result, this concludes the UEFA & Tier 1 Club Licensing cycle for participation in Tier 1 and UEFA competitions for the 2022/23 season. 

 

UEFA Licence for 2022/23 season (9 clubs)

  • Bala Town
  • Barry Town United
  • Caernarfon Town
  • Cardiff Met University
  • Flint Town United
  • Haverfordwest County
  • Newtown
  • Penybont
  • The New Saints

 

FAW Tier 1 Licence for 2022/23 season (16 clubs)

  • Aberystwyth Town
  • Airbus UK Broughton
  • Bala Town
  • Barry Town United
  • Briton Ferry Llansawel
  • Cambrian & Clydach Vale BGC
  • Cardiff Met University
  • Caernarfon Town
  • Carmarthen Town
  • Connah’s Quay Nomads
  • Flint Town United
  • Haverfordwest County
  • Newtown
  • Penybont
  • Pontypridd Town 
  • The New Saints

 

Refused FAW Tier 1 Licence for 2022/23 season (5 clubs)

  • Cefn Druids
  • Buckley Town
  • Llandudno
  • Llanelli Town
  • Llantwit Major

 

Withdrawn Applications (5 clubs)

  • Ammanford
  • Bangor City
  • Colwyn Bay
  • Guilsfield
  • Taffs Well