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

Women’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 the Genero Adran Premier and UEFA Women’s Champions League.  

The independent Appeals Body considered appeals from the following clubs:

  • Cardiff City
  • Pontypridd Town
  • Swansea City
  • The New Saints

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

  • Cardiff City
  • Pontypridd Town
  • Swansea City
  • The New Saints

Cascade YC withdrew from the Adran Premier Licence process and will apply to the Adran North/South Appeals Body on 5 May. 

This concludes the UEFA & Adran Premier Licensing cycle for participation in Tier 1 and UEFA competitions for the 2022/23 season. 

  

Adran Premier Licence and UEFA Licence for 2022/23 Season

  • Aberystwyth Town 
  • Cardiff City
  • Cardiff Met
  • Swansea City

 

Adran Premier Licence for 2022/23 Season 

  • Abergavenny 
  • Barry Town United
  • Briton Ferry Llansawel
  • Pontypridd Town
  • Port Talbot
  • The New Saints