On the eve of Cymru’s first appearance in the FIFA World Cup for 64 years, Noel Mooney, CEO of the Football Association of Wales, spoke with former Cymru captain Laura McAllister about values, vision and how football can drive social change
Keeping Moving: Access to Sport and Physical Activity in the Pandemic
Prof. Leigh Robinson describes the lessons learnt from Sport Cardiff’s programmes to get people moving during Covid-19.
The State of Play
Five years on from the heady days of Euro 2016 and ahead of the delayed 2021 tournament, Garmon Dyfri assesses the disconnect between elite level sport and an inactive society.
The Weighting Game
As clubs struggle to field teams, Stephen Hughes asks how a scheme being piloted in New Zealand could help Wales’ rugby communities.
Wales’s remarkable sporting success is an international foot in the door
Creating a sport diplomacy strategy could leverage Wales’s sporting success into trading and tourism opportunities, writes Owen Hathway
Why is Wales not a cricket nation like Scotland and Ireland?
It’s time to be brave and take the natural step towards a Welsh cricket team, argues Rhys David
The value of sport to our health
Owen Hathway reflects on the findings of a recent evaluation of the social return on investment of sport
Sport can spark change, but not on its own
Owen Hathway reflects on the findings of the latest school sports survey
Should the Welsh have supported England in the FIFA World Cup?
Peter Daniels reflects on the tournament and the question of which team to support