FAW Welsh Youth Cup

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The FAW Welsh Youth Cup is a competition contested by teams affiliated to the Football Association of Wales at Under-19 level. [1]

=Previous finals=1970s

YearWinnersScoreRunners upNotesVenue
1990 Cardiff City 5–0 Swansea City  Merthyr Tydfil
1991 Wrexham 1–0 Swansea City  Newport
1992 Wrexham 2–1 Cardiff City  Rhayader
1993 Hereford United 4–2 Wrexham  Knighton
1994 Wrexham 4–1 Swansea City  Llanidloes
1995 Cardiff City 1–0 Wrexham  Aberystwyth
1996 Wrexham 3–2 Swansea City AETCardiff
1997 Pontardawe Athletic 1–0 Wrexham  Brecon
1998 Cardiff City 5–0 Llanelli  Afan Lido (Port Talbot)
1999 Swansea City 3–0Caernarfon Youth Club Newtown
2000 Cardiff City 2–0 Llanelli  Cardiff
2001 Cardiff City 3–1 Taff's Well AETCardiff
2002 Cardiff City 3–2 Llanelli  Cardiff
2003 Swansea City 4–1 Llanelli  Llanelli
2004 Cardiff City 4–1 Swansea City  Cardiff
2005 Newport County 2–2 Cardiff City Newport win 3–2 on pensCardiff
2006 Cardiff City 5–2 Aberystwyth Town  Port Talbot
2007 Merthyr Tydfil 2–1 Cardiff College Celts  Port Talbot
2008 Swansea City 1–0 Cardiff City  Cardiff
2009 Llanelli 2–1 Swansea City  Llanelli
2010 Swansea City 2–1 Wrexham  Swansea
2011 Swansea City 5–0 West End  Llanelli
2012 Swansea City 2–1 The New Saints  Swansea
2013 Swansea City 7–4 West End  Swansea
2014 Swansea City 6–1 The New Saints  Swansea
2015 Swansea City 3–1 Cardiff City  Cardiff
2016 Swansea City 5–0 Connah's Quay Nomads  Newtown
2017 Swansea City 2–0 Cambrian & Clydach AETCardiff
2018 Swansea City 2–1 Cardiff City Swansea win 3–2 on pensSwansea
2019 Swansea City 2–1 The New Saints  Aberystwyth

Winners table

RankTeamWinnersRunners-up
1st Swansea City 1999, 2003, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 20191990, 1991, 1994, 1996, 2004, 2009
2nd Cardiff City 1990, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 20061992, 2005, 2008, 2015, 2018
3rd Wrexham 1991, 1992, 1994, 19961993, 1995, 1997, 2010
4th Llanelli 20091998, 2000, 2002, 2003
5th Hereford United 1993
= Pontardawe Athletic 1997
= Newport County 2005
= Merthyr Tydfil 2007
6th The New Saints 2012, 2014, 2019
= West End 2011, 2013
7th Caernarfon Youth Club 1999
= Aberystwyth Town 2006
= Cardiff College Celts 2007
= Taff's Well 2001
= Connahs Quay Nomads 2016
= Cambrian & Clydach 2017

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References

  1. Youth Team reinstated in FAW Welsh Youth Cup. Swansea City. Accessed 2 March 2012.