Wales national semi-professional football team
|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. Players with a Welsh qualification, under 23 years of age and who play for clubs outside the English Football League are eligible. The squad is normally made up of players from the Welsh Premier League and the Conference National league. Many players who have been capped for the Wales Semi-Pro team have gone on to play at a higher level.
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. The team is managed by former Wales international Terry Boyle.
2011–13 International Challenge Trophy
|Norway U-23||4–0||Wales Semi Pro|
|18 Omar Elabdellaoui
60 Erling Knudtzon
|Wales Semi Pro||0–5||Turkey A2|
| 45', 53' Sercan Yıldırım
76', 81' Cenk Tosun
82' Sefa Yılmaz
2009–11 International Challenge Trophy
|Northern Ireland U-23||2–2||Wales Semi Pro|
|Portugal U-23||7–2||Wales Semi Pro|
|Wales Semi Pro||0–2||Poland U-23|
2007–09 International Challenge Trophy
|Italy Lega Pro U-21||4–2||Wales Semi Pro|
47 60 Sarno
|England C||2–1||Wales Semi Pro|
|39 Mitchell Cole
51 Michael Morrison
|(Report)||49 Alex Lawless|
Under 18 Squad
The FAW runs a semi-professional Under 18 squad using players primarily drawn from Welsh Premier League clubs.
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- "WALES C INTERNATIONAL SQUAD ANNOUNCED". FA Wales. 28 February 2018. Retrieved 21 March 2018.