Welsh FA Suspends President Williams Pending Investigation

The Football Association of Wales (FAW) has suspended its president, Steve Williams, pending an investigation.

It is understood the FAW's council was informed of the decision last week, with no date set yet for Williams' hearing.

Welsh football's governing body has not disclosed the reason for the suspension.

Williams was elected FAW president in 2021 and has a year left on his term.

Before being voted into the position, he had served with the council for more than two decades and sat as vice-president.

Williams oversees the running of Welsh football at all levels, and was involved in the process to sack Rob Page as manager of Wales' men's national team last month.

Williams told BBC Sport Wales: "I cannot comment. It's for the FAW to comment."

While the FAW has not provided a comment, it has acknowledged there is an ongoing case.