|Current champions||Cefn Albion|
The FAW Welsh Trophy is a knock-out football competition contested annually by teams from Wales and the borders.
The Football Association of Wales is the organising body of this competition, which has been run every year since its inception in 1890–91 (except during the two World Wars) for clubs competing in the lower echelons of the Welsh football league system.
It was known as the Welsh Junior Cup until 1902, when it became the Welsh Amateur Cup, a title it held until 1974, when it was renamed the FAW Intermediate Cup. The competition took its current title in 1993.
In order to play in this competition a club must compete at Level 3 or below of the Welsh football league system.
Teams playing in and below Welsh Football League Division 2, the Mid Wales Football League, the Welsh Alliance League and Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) are eligible to enter.
All applying clubs must also meet the Competition Ground Criteria requirements.
Just like the Welsh Cup, the FAW Trophy was once open to clubs from the Marches and an English club took the trophy out of Wales on nine occasions:
|Season||Winners||Score||Runners-Up||Other Info||Venue for final|
|Welsh Junior Cup|
|1890–91||Wrexham Victoria||4–1||Flint Town||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|1891–92||Llandudno Swifts||2–1||Wrexham Gymnasium||Summer Gardens, Rhyl|
|1892–93||Wrexham Gymnasium||1–0||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|1893–94||Mold Red Stars||4–3||Stansty Park, Wrexham|
|1894–95||Caergwrle Wanderers||2–1||Bangor Reserves||Flint|
|1895–96||Queensferry Ironopolis||3–0||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|1896–97||3–2||Rhos Eagle Wanderers||Buckley|
|1897–98||Rhos Eagle Wanderers||6–1||Chirk|
|1900–01||Wrexham Victoria||1–0||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|1901–02||Wrexham Victoria||1–0||Machynlleth Town||Oswestry United Ground, Oswestry|
|Welsh Amateur Cup|
|1902–03||Druids Reserves||4–0||Bangor Reserves||Racecourse Ground, Wrexham|
|1903–04||Wrexham Victoria||4–2||Druids Reserves||Oswestry|
|1904–05||Esclusham White Stars||4–0||Bangor Reserves||Wrexham|
|1905–06||Buckley Engineers||3–1||Porthmadog||Replay; first game ended 2–2||Welshpool|
|1906–07||Buckley Engineers||2–1||Aberystwyth||Replay; first game ended 2–2||Newtown|
|1907–08||Esclusham White Stars||1–0||Brymbo Victoria||Wrexham|
|1908–09||Caernarfon United||5–1||Oak Alyn Rovers||Colwyn Bay|
|1909–10||Johnstown Amateurs||2-1||Bangor Reserves||Sealand Road, Chester|
|1911–12||Rhosllanerchrugog||2–1||Summerhill||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1912–13||Johnstown Amateurs||3–1||Aberaman Athletic|
|1913–14||Cardiff Corinthians||1–0||Holywell Town||Newtown|
|1921–22||Llanidloes United||3–1||U.C.W. Aberystwyth|
|1922–23||Acrefair United||1–0||Lovell's Athletic|
|1923–24||Denbigh Town||2–1||Lovell's Athletic|
|1924–25||5–1||Llanidloes United||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1925–26||Lovell's Athletic||2–0||Holywell United|
|1926–27||Lovell's Athletic||2–0||Holywell United|
|1927–28||Lovell's Athletic||1–0||Llanidloes United|
|1932–33||Aberystwyth Town||4–1||Llanidloes United|
|1935–36||Llay Welfare||3–1||Treharris Athletic||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1937–38||Abercynon Athletic||2–1||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1938–39||Caerau Athletic||1–0||Lovell's Athletic|
|1939–40||Abercynon Athletic||3–0||Flint Athletic|
|1945–46||Caerau Athletic||5–1||Llay United|
|1947–48||Flint Town United||2–1||Troedyrhiw|
|1949–50||Caerau Athletic||2–0||Llay Welfare|
|1950–51||Treharris Athletic||3–1||Connahs Quay Juniors|
|1951–52||Ton Pentre||6–2||Chirk AAA|
|1952–53||Connahs Quay Nomads||3–2||Caersws|
|1953–54||Lovell's Athletic||3–2||Overton St. Mary's|
|1956–57||Porthmadog||5–2||Druids United||Replay; first game ended 2–2|
|1957–58||55th Royal Artillery Tonfannau||3–1||Porthmadog|
|1958–59||Chirk AAA||2–0||Replay; first game ended 2–2|
|1959–60||Chirk AAA||3–2||Caerau Athletic|
|1961–62||Cardiff Corinthians||3–2||Holywell Town|
|1964–65||Llanidloes Town||3–2||Gwynfi Welfare|
|1966–67||Brymbo Steelworks||3–2||Cardiff College of Education|
|1967–68||Cardiff College of Education||3–1||Welshpool|
|1968–69||Cardiff College of Education||2–0||Tonyrefail Welfare|
|1969–70||Aberystwyth Town||2–1||Cardiff College of Education|
|1972–73||Rhyl||2–0||Replay; first game ended 0–0|
|1973–74||2–1||Cardiff College of Education|
|FAW Intermediate Cup|
|1975–76||Cardiff College of Education||2–1|
|1977–78||Caernarfon Town||1–0||Llanidloes Town|
|1978–79||Pontllanfraith||1–0||Flint Town United|
|1979–80||Blaenau Ffestiniog||1–0||Brymbo Steelworks||Replay; first game ended 3–3|
|1980–81||Connahs Quay Nomads||1–0||Newport YMCA|
|1981–82||Conwy United||1–0||Blaenau Ffestiniog|
|1983–84||Welshpool||1–0||Caersws||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1984–85||Cardiff Corinthians||2–1||Brecon Corinthians||Replay; first game ended 2–2|
|1986–87||Afan Lido||1–0||Taffs Well||Replay; first game ended 3–3|
|1989–90||Ragged School||2–0||Porthcawl Town|
|1991–92||Llangefni Town||2–1||Caersws||Replay; first game ended 1–1|
|1996–97||Cambrian United Sky Blues||2–1||Rhyl Delta|
|1998–99||Ragged School||3–1||Barry Athletic|
|1999-00||Trefelin BGC||6–2||Bryntirion Athletic|
|2000–01||Ragged School||1–0||Gresford Athletic|
|2005–06||West End||4–2||Cefn United|
|2009–10||Glan Conwy||5–1||Clydach Wasps|
|2010–11||Holywell Town||3–2||Conwy United|
|2011–12||Sully Sports||2–1||Holyhead Hotspur|
|2012–13||Caernarfon Town||6–0||Kilvey Fords||Latham Park, Newtown|
|2013–14||Llanrug United||3–2||Chirk AAA|
|2014–15||Holywell Town||4–2||Penrhyndeudraeth FC|
|2015-16||Abergavenny Town||1-0||Sully Sports||Dragon Park, Newport|
|2016-17||Chirk AAA||2-1||Penlan Club||Park Avenue, Aberystwyth|
|2017-18||Conwy Borough||4-1||Rhos Aelwyd||The Airfield, Broughton|
|2018-19||Cefn Albion||4-0||Pontardawe Town||Park Avenue, Aberystwyth|
|Club||Winners||Runners-up||Final appearances||Last final|
|Cardiff College of Education||3||3||6||1976|
|Esclusham White Stars||2||0||2||1908|
|Connahs Quay Nomads||2||0||2||1981|
|Flint Town United||1||2||3||1979|
|Rhos Eagle Wanderers||1||1||2||1898|
|Mold Red Stars||1||0||1||1894|
|Oswestry United Reserves||1||0||1||1899|
|Wellington St Georges United||1||0||1||1900|
|Cambrian United Sky Blues||1||0||1||1997|
|Singleton & Coles||0||3||3||1901|
|Oak Alyn Rovers||0||1||1||1909|
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