|Association||Football Association of Wales|
|Head coach||Mark Jones|
The Wales 'C' National Team is a football team that represents Wales at non-league 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.
|England C||2–2||Wales C|
|Nathan Peate 22' (o.g.)|
Kurt Willoughby 52'
|Report|| Kayne McLaggon 31'|
Adam Roscrow 63'
|Wales C||2–3||England C|
|Mark Jones 63'|
Chris Venables 79'
|Report||Fejiri Okenabirhie 10', 53', 75'|
|Norway U-23||4–0||Wales Semi Pro|
| Omar Elabdellaoui 18'|
Erling Knudtzon 60'
Christer Kleiven ?'
Mohammed Fellah ?'
|Northern Ireland U-23||2–2||Wales Semi Pro|
| Jay Magee ?'|
Daryl Fordyce ?'
|Portugal U-23||7–2||Wales Semi Pro|
|Wales Semi Pro||0–2||Poland U-23|
|Italy Lega Pro U-21||4–2||Wales Semi Pro|
Sarno 47', 60'
|England C||2–1||Wales Semi Pro|
| Mitchell Cole 39'|
Michael Morrison 51'
|(Report)||Alex Lawless 49'|
Squad to face England C at Caernarfon Town on 24 March 2020.
|No.||Pos.||Player||Date of birth (age)||Caps||Goals||Club|
|GK||Alex Ramsey||15 July 1993||1||0||Caernarfon Town|
|GK||Connor Roberts||8 December 1992||0||0||Aberystwyth Town|
|DF||Callum Roberts||16 October 1998||0||0||Connah's Quay Nomads|
|DF||Chris Hugh||22 January 1992||1||0||Barry Town United|
|DF||Emlyn Lewis||14 June 1996||1||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|DF||Joel Edwards||18 August 1991||0||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|DF||Luke Cummings||25 October 1991||0||0||Barry Town United|
|DF||Nathan Peate||2 May 1991||1||0||Cefn Druids|
|DF||Lee Jenkins||30 August 2001||0||0||Aberystwyth Town|
|DF||Kane Owen||22 October 1994||0||0||Pen-y-bont|
|DF||Dylan Rees||17 September 1996||1||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|MF||Aeron Edwards||16 February 1988||1||0||The New Saints|
|MF||Chris Venables||23 July 1985||2||1||Bala Town|
|MF||Evan Press||26 June 2000||0||0||Barry Town United|
|MF||Clayton Green||27 February 1994||0||0||Barry Town United|
|MF||Leo Smith||15 May 1998||0||0||Caernarfon Town|
|FW||Will Evans||1 July 1997||0||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|FW||Eliot Evans||26 November 1991||1||0||Cardiff Metropolitan University|
|FW||Kayne McLaggon||21 September 1990||2||1||Barry Town United|
|FW||Darren Thomas||20 January 1987||0||0||Caernarfon Town|
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