1991 Welsh Cup Final

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1991 Football Association of Wales Challenge Cup Final
Event 1990–91 Welsh Cup
Date 19 May 1991
Venue National Stadium, Cardiff
Referee K Burge (Rhondda)
Attendance 5,000

The 1991 Welsh Cup Final saw Swansea City win the Welsh Cup for the tenth time, by beating Wrexham 2–0 at National Stadium in the 104th Welsh Cup Final.

This was Wrexham's second consecutive final, having lost 2–1 to English side Hereford United the previous season.

The win gave Swansea their second campaign in a European competition, in the 1991–92 European Cup Winners' Cup, in three years after their Welsh Cup triumph in 1989. This campaign was also Swansea's last foray into Europe until 2013. This triumph was Swansea's last in the Welsh Cup.

Route to the final[edit]


Round Opposition Score Venue
Third Round Worcester City 3–1 Racecourse Ground (h)
Fourth Round Ammanford Town 0–5 Rice Street (a)
Quarter-final Stroud 1–2 The Lawn Ground (a)
1st leg
Hereford United 1–1 Racecourse Ground (h)
2nd leg
Hereford United 1–2 Edgar Street (a)

Swansea City[edit]

Round Opposition Score Venue
Third Round Llanelli 8–1 Vetch Field (h)
Fourth Round Merthyr Tydfil 0–1 Penydarren Park (a)
Quarter-final Colwyn Bay 1–1 Llanelian Road (a)
Replay Colwyn Bay 1–2 Vetch Field (h)
1st leg
Barry Town 2–2 Jenner Park (a)
2nd leg
Barry Town 1–2 Vetch Field (h)


19 May 1991
Swansea City 2–0 Wrexham
Penney Goal
Raynor Goal
National Stadium, Cardiff
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: K Burge (Rhondda)
Swansea City
GK 1 Wales Mark Kendall
DF 2 England Paul Williams
DF 3 Wales Chris Coleman
DF 4 Wales David Hough
DF 5 Wales Des Trick
MF 6 Wales Andy Legg
MF 7 England Andy Watson Substituted off
MF 8 England Paul Raynor
FW 9 Wales Russell Coughlin
FW 10 England Terry Connor
DF 11 England Dave Penney
CF 12 Scotland Paul Chalmers[citation needed] Substituted in
Scotland Frank Burrows
GK 1 England Mark Morris
DF 2 England Andy Thackeray Substituted off
DF 3 Republic of Ireland Phil Hardy
MF 4 England Mark Sertori
MF 5 Wales Wayne Phillips
MF 6 Wales Joey Jones
MF 7 England Jon Bowden
MF 8 England Joey Murray Substituted off
FW 9 Wales Lee Jones
FW 10 England Andy Preece
FW 11 England Ian Griffiths
MF 12 Wales Gareth Owen Substituted in
DF 12 England Nigel Beaumont Substituted in
Wales Brian Flynn


  • 90 minutes.
  • 30 minutes of extra-time if necessary.
  • Replay if scores still level.