Cardiff City Football Club are proud to confirm that the 2014/15 FAW Youth Cup final against Swansea City will take place at Cardiff City Stadium on Thursday, 30th April 2015 - 7pm kick-off.
The Bluebirds secured their place in the final with a penalty shootout victory over Newport County at Jenner Park in March, Jake Watkins scoring City’s goal on the evening and netting the crucial spot kick to send Matthew Bloxham and Jarred Harvey’s side through to a first final in seven years.
Opponents and local rivals Swansea City currently tie the Bluebirds as the most successful side in the competitions history, with both teams having won the FAW Youth Cup on eight occasions.
Tickets will be available for those who wish to come and watch, with adult able to watch the Cup Final for just £5, with children’s tickets priced at just £2.
HOW THE BLUEBIRDS REACHED THE FINAL
FAW Youth Cup 1st Round – 05/10/14
Cardiff City 8-1 Merthyr Town – Watkins (2), Chappell-Smith (4), Taylor, Bird
FAW Youth Cup 2nd Round – 02/11/14
Cambrian & Clydach 1-4 Cardiff City – Veale, Pearson, Chappell-Smith, Taylor
FAW Youth Cup 3rd Round – 30/11/14
Cardiff City 7-0 Carmarthen Town – Chappell-Smith (2), Humphries, Tutonda, Parry, Taylor, Bird
FAW Youth Cup Quarter Final – 01/02/15
Cardiff City 0-0 The New Saints – City won 5-3 on penalties
FAW Youth Cup Semi Final – 10/03/15
Newport County 1-1 Cardiff City – City won 5-3 on penalties – Watkins