The Welsh Sports Association (WSA) was established in 1972 as an independent body to support and represent the National Governing Bodies (NGBs) of sport and physical recreation in Wales.

It acts in the national and international interests of all Welsh NGBs, from archery to yachting, and is actively involved with its governing body members in promoting a range of initiatives and good practice in areas such as equality and diversity, child protection and risk management.


The WSA provides a range of services for it's members - from training, governance, legal assistance, discounts and much more. Find out how the Association can help you here


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Southampton midfielder Jack Cork - who is out of contract in the summer - holds talks with Swansea City about a permanent transfer.

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Wales captain Sam Warburton says having three Six Nations away games means the pressure is on in their England opener.

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