We’re back with season’s hopes and dreams and love for Joe Ledley

We’re back for the brand new season with a new look, new features and the same crusty old presenters.

Another thing that hasn’t changed though is our approach. We are still Welsh football first and foremost from the national side at the top, right down to the grass roots.

In our first show back we talk season hopes and dreams with Merthyr Town and Newport County fans at their pre-season friendly. We shake our heads at two idiots who decided to run seven marathons in seven days, all for charity. And we show a little bit of love for everyone’s favourite kinky dancing footballer, Joe Ledley.

Once upon a time in Bordeaux


It was one day. One glorious day.

The day Wales arrived at the European Championships in 2016.

The day Wales moved en masse to fulfil a dream.

To see their heroes on the world stage at a major tournament.

Bordeaux will live long in the memory and bring a mist eyed smile to any Welsh football fan fortunate enough to say they were there.

We wanted to relive that glorious day. Through you. Enjoy.

Episode 20: Lee Trundle hat trick, goal machine Helen Ward, and Coleman’s squad for Ireland


In this week’s show EatSleepFootyRepeat have been at Llanelli Town AFC watching ex-Swansea City FC star Lee Trundle score another hat trick! Plus, they’ve been talking goals with Helen Ward, and there’s Chris Coleman’s squad announcement.

Episode 18: Chris Coleman, Ton Pentre and the Welsh Women’s League Cup Final


“We want to be the first Welsh Premier League side from the Rhondda.”

This week the boys at EatSleepFootyRepeat are at a very wet Ton Pentre AFC for a special night with Chris Coleman and Kit Symons, as well as checking out the Welsh Premier Women’s League Cup Final won by Cardiff Met LFC.

PODCAST: We talk Futsal, dual nationality and Widow Twanky

Before we were a pokey internet programme on Welsh football we were a pokey podcast.

Lauro and Alex return to their audio roots with a good old chat at the UEFA Futsal European qualifiers. On the agenda was dual nationality players, a great chat with the owner and Chairman of the News Saints, Mike Harris, and the return of our much-missed feature Wales Watch, featuringĀ Tom Lawrence, Gareth Bale and the Wales U21s all feature.


Dual nationality players and a Welsh cup final

We chatted exclusively to Wales assistant manager Osian Roberts about how Wales attracts and manages dual nationality players.

And the whole programme comes from Cardiff Met uni where Barry Town United took on the New Saints in the final of the Nathaniel MG Cup.