THE Football Association of Wales (FAW) has launched a survey of its structure and practices in the Welsh football pyramid.

The survey will help the FAW to set out its strategic cycle for the Welsh football leagues over the next five years.

It asks participants for their thoughts and opinions on Welsh football, including whether it is transparent, up-to-date and well-run, has a positive image and is family friendly. The survey also asks whether Welsh football is inclusive for people of all ages, genders, ethnicities and Welsh language speakers.

In a statement, the FAW said: “With the world of sport going through a year of significant challenge and rapid change, the FAW is looking ahead to its 150-year anniversary in 2026.

“As we move towards a new strategic cycle there is an opportunity to reflect on where we are now and consider how we can further strengthen the game in Wales.

“The FAW is undertaking research to help us build a successful football association for the future and your views will shape that work. Regardless of the significant progress made at all levels of the game in Wales, we are eager to ensure that our structures and ways of working represent best practice so that we can make football the most inclusive, accessible and successful sport in all parts of Wales.

“We are calling on all those involved or with aspirations to be involved, to share their thoughts through this short survey.”

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