Join Dylan Ebenezer, Nicky John and the red-button-boys for the Europa League play-off semi-final between Carmarthen Town and Cardiff Met at the Cymru Tyres Stadium this Sunday at 2:00 with kick-off at 2:15.
While Bangor City face Newtown in the first play-off semi-final, the Old Gold go head-to-head with the Archers for a place in the final. It’s been a decade since Carmarthen last tasted European competition but under Mark Aizlewood’s astute leadership they have surprised many by finishing the regular season in fifth place.
Aizlewood’s men are strong, fit, organised and ready for the challenge. Cardiff Met’s students have enjoyed a wonderful first season at the highest domestic level and their meteoric rise would be complete should they emulate Cardiff Met Ladies by securing a European adventure.
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On this day in 1924 Wales played Scotland in a British Home Championships at Ninian Park in Cardiff, in a rare occasion where both international captains were Cardiff City players