|Association||Football Association of Wales|
|Head coach||Mark Jones|
The Wales 'C' National Team is a football team that represents Wales at a domestic level. The team is selected using players that play in the Cymru Premier, the highest level of Welsh football.
Home matches are played at various grounds around the country. The Wales Semi Pro team compete in both the Four Nations Tournament and the International Challenge Trophy.
Win Draw Loss
|20 March 2018Friendly||Wales C||v||England C||Barry, Wales|
|19:30 GMT||Report||Stadium: Jenner Park |
Referee: Tim Marshall
|19 March 2019Friendly||England C||2-2||Wales C||Salford, England|
|19:45 GMT||Report||Stadium: Peninsula Stadium |
Referee: David Munro
Squad to face England C at Caernarfon Town on 30 March 2022.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Alex Ramsay||15 July 1993||1||0||Bala Town|
|GK||Connor Roberts||8 December 1992||0||0||The New Saints|
|DF||Kyle McCarthy||12 April 1993||0||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|DF||Emlyn Lewis||14 June 1996||1||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|DF||Danny Davies||28 June 1995||0||0||The New Saints|
|DF||Dion Donohue||18 August 1993||0||0||Caernarfon Town|
|DF||Jake Phillips||31 January 1997||0||0||Flint Town|
|DF||Kane Owen||22 October 1994||0||0||Penybont|
|DF||Lee Jenkins||30 August 2001||0||0||Aberystwyth Town|
|DF||Mael Davies||10 October 1998||0||0||Penybont|
|MF||Aeron Edwards||16 February 1988||2||0||Connah's Quay Nomads|
|MF||Clayton Green||27 February 1994||1||0||Barry Town United|
|MF||Darren Thomas||20 January 1987||0||0||Caernarfon Town|
|MF||Leo Smith||15 May 1998||0||0||The New Saints|
|MF||Lewis Harling||11 June 1992||0||0||Penybont|
|MF||Tom Price||26 November 1999||0||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|FW||Ben Fawcett||7 September 2000||0||0||Haverfordwest County|
|FW||Kayne McLaggon||21 September 1990||1||1||Barry Town United|
|FW||Will Evans||1 July 1997||0||0||Bala Town|
|FW||Nathan Wood||23 April 1997||0||0||Penybont|
The FAW runs a semi-professional Under 18 squad using players primarily drawn from Welsh Premier League clubs.
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