FAW Welsh Cup
FAW Welsh Cup, also known as The Welsh Football Association Cup , is a professional football cup in Wales for men. There are overall 135 teams that compete for the title every year between September and April. The current holder of the title is The New Saints and the team that holds the most titles is Wrexham. Sofascore tracks live football scores and FAW Welsh Cup table, results, statistics and top scorers. In the 22/23 season, among the most popular teams in FAW Welsh Cup for online searches are The New Saints, Connah's Quay Nomads, Bala Town. To follow today’s games and other active cups, please visit the main page for all competitions in Wales.
Competition format of FAW Welsh Cup
The teams compete in a knockout system over 7 rounds and the game winners qualify to the next stage.
Top scorers and goals
The average number of goals in the cup for season 22/23 is 3.98 per game.
TV partners and official organization
The organization that is in charge of the cup is Football Association of Wales .
Top 8 important questions about FAW Welsh Cup
#1 Which team in FAW Welsh Cup has the most titles?
The team with the most titles in FAW Welsh Cup is Wrexham.
#2 Which team is the current titleholder in FAW Welsh Cup?
The current titleholder in FAW Welsh Cup is The New Saints.
#3 How many rounds are played each season in FAW Welsh Cup?
Overall 7 rounds are played in FAW Welsh Cup each season.
#4 How many goals are scored on average in FAW Welsh Cup in 22/23?
The average number of goals in FAW Welsh Cup is 3.98 per game in 22/23.
#5 When does the FAW Welsh Cup start and when does it finish?
The FAW Welsh Cup usually starts in September and ends in April.
#6 How many teams compete in the FAW Welsh Cup?
More than 135 teams compete for the title of FAW Welsh Cup winner.
#7 When did the first edition of the FAW Welsh Cup take place?
The first edition of the FAW Welsh Cup took place in 1877.
#8 Which organization is responsible for the FAW Welsh Cup?
The organization responsible for FAW Welsh Cup is Football Association of Wales .