Friday, 24 November 2017
NS
Prestatyn Town FC
Llandudno
Online
NS
Bangor City
Bala Town
Online
NS
Aberystwyth
Newtown
Online
Saturday, 25 November 2017
NS
TNS
Carmarthen Town
Online
NS
Cefn Druids
Barry Town
Online
Sunday, 26 November 2017
NS
Cardiff MU
Connah's Quay
Online
Tuesday, 28 November 2017
NS
Cefn Druids
TNS
Online
Friday, 08 December 2017
NS
Connah's Quay
Aberystwyth
Online
NS
Prestatyn Town FC
Cefn Druids
Online
Saturday, 09 December 2017
NS
Newtown
Cardiff MU
Online
Friday, 10 November 2017
FT
Bala Town
1 : 1
Connah's Quay
Online
37'
0:1
85'
1:1
Saturday, 11 November 2017
FT
Prestatyn Town FC
0 : 2
Cardiff MU
Online
42'
0:1
82'
0:2
FT
Barry Town
2 : 0
Llandudno
Online
31'
1:0
37'
2:0
FT
Carmarthen Town
0 : 2
Newtown
Online
82'
0:1
86'
0:2
Friday, 17 November 2017
FT
Llandudno
0 : 1
TNS
Online
29'
0:1
FT
Connah's Quay
0 : 2
Bangor City
Online
18'
0:1
20'
0:2
26'
 
FT
Aberystwyth
1 : 2
Bala Town
Online
52'
0:1
80'
0:2
Saturday, 18 November 2017
FT
Carmarthen Town
0 : 3
Prestatyn Town FC
Online
5'
0:1
38'
 
68'
0:2
87'
0:3
FT
Newtown
3 : 0
Barry Town
Online
62'
1:0
90'
2:0
90'
3:0
Sunday, 19 November 2017
FT
Cardiff MU
1 : 1
Cefn Druids
Online
24'
0:1
40'
1:1
60'
 
Team G W D D G P
1. TNS 13 9 2 2 29 - 11 29
2. Cardiff MU 14 9 2 3 26 - 10 29
3. Bangor City 14 9 0 5 25 - 19 27
4. Connah's Quay 14 8 3 3 19 - 12 27
5. Bala Town 14 7 2 5 17 - 18 23
6. Cefn Druids 13 5 5 3 15 - 14 20
7. Llandudno 14 5 2 7 16 - 16 17
8. Barry Town 14 5 2 7 11 - 14 17
9. Newtown 14 4 3 7 17 - 17 15
10. Prestatyn Town FC 14 4 3 7 19 - 27 15
11. Aberystwyth 14 3 3 8 14 - 25 12
12. Carmarthen Town 14 1 1 12 10 - 35 4

Top Forwarders

# Player         
1. Adam Roscrow 9 1 0
2. Eliot Evans 8 0 0
3. Kayne McLaggon 8 0 0
4. Greg Draper 7 0 0
5. Christian Seargeant 7 1 0

Top Bookers

# Player      
1. George Horan 0 2
2. Joel Edwards 0 2
3. Jordan Knott 0 1
4. James Stead 0 1
5. Simon Spender 0 1



Results of the championship Wales online. Premier League and League Cup


Championship Welsh football Welsh Premier League) have been carried out since 1992. Until 2002 it was called "Football League of Wales", but because of the appearance of the sponsor's name was changed.

He founded the League of Alan Evans, who was appointed General Secretary of the local football Association.

The team during the championship earned the most points and was on the top of the standings are eligible to compete in the first qualifying round of the Champions League. Teams that took second and third places are awarded the right to play in the Europa League.

As for Wales in football, now it is listed at number 44 in the world rankings of FIFA. Its time (1956) the players of the team played in the world Cup, after which no longer participated in such major tournaments.
Within the country often hosts a variety of events, as evidenced by regular online broadcasts.

More information about football Wales, as well as live scores from the matches can be viewed by visiting our website.
 




Tournaments
CIS
Europe
Asia
South America
North America
Oceania
Африка
Others
Follow us



 

Recommend us





 
Authentication
— Or Lost password? Register