Football Association of Wales

The Football Association of Wales (FAW; Welsh: Cymdeithas Bêl-droed Cymru) is the governing body of association football and futsal in Wales, and controls the Welsh national football team, its corresponding women's team, as well as the Welsh national futsal team. It is a member of FIFA, UEFA and the IFAB.[1]

Football Association of Wales
UEFA
Founded2 February 1876; 146 years ago (1876-02-02)
HeadquartersCardiff
FIFA affiliation
  • 1910–1920
  • 1924–1928
  • 1946–present
UEFA affiliation1954
IFAB affiliation1886
PresidentSteve Williams
Websitewww.faw.cymru/en/

Established in 1876, it is the third-oldest national association in the world,[2] and one of the four associations, along with the English Football Association, Scottish Football Association, Irish Football Association and FIFA, that make up the International Football Association Board, responsible for the Laws of the Game.[1]


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