Llanedeyrn L.F.C. joined the Womens Western League in 1974, being promoted to the 1st division after finishing 2nd division runners-up in their second season. In 1979/80 they had a strong side and before playing Exeter were lying behind only Warminster in the league table, in the semi-finals of the League Cup, and the quarter finals of the Pat Sowden Cup.

Llanedeyrn players Karen Jones, Sally Manley, Helen Beer and Michelle Adams are all members of the Welsh squad, and were all selected to play for Wales against N. Ireland. Llanedeyrn have also had a lot of success in 5 a side competitions, reaching - the semi-finals of the Great Britain U 21 5-a- side competition as Welsh representatives two years ago.

The club that would eventually become Cardiff City Ladies F.C. established itself under the name Llanedeyrn L.F.C., after victory in a local charity match. Llandeyrn is a former village, today a district and community around 3 and a half miles from Cardiff.

See Cardiff City Ladies 

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2023 onwards

2008 to 2023

Before 2008. 


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