Date: Thu 23 Apr 2015

Bangor and Prestatyn achieve licence appeals

Appeals Body deliberated the Club Licensing appeals from Bangor City and Prestatyn Town.

An Appeals Body sat in Cardiff today (23 April) to consider the appeals by Bangor City and Prestatyn Town who were refused a UEFA and/or FAW Club Licence earlier this month by the First Instance Body.

Following a lengthy meeting by the independent panel, Bangor City were awarded both the UEFA and FAW Domestic Club Licence for the 2015/2016 season.

Meanwhile, Prestatyn Town were successful with their appeal and were awarded the FAW Domestic Club Licence for the 2015/2016 season.

The Club Licensing system aims to assist the continual improvement and development of football clubs at the top level within Wales. Licensing is a transparent process that enables clubs to demonstrate to their stakeholders that they meet quality standards.

At today’s meeting, the First Instance Body assessed the following criteria for each club: Sporting: Youth & Coaching, Infrastructure, Legal, Personnel & Administration, Financial and Codes of Practice.

A FAW Domestic Club Licence in required for clubs to participate in the Welsh Premier League and for those clubs who qualify for European competitions, a UEFA Licence is also a pre-requisite.

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