THE Football Association of Wales is set to discuss cancelling the domestic football season this week.

Newsquest North Wales understands that the governing body members from their first instance committee convened by video conference to discuss licencing earlier today (Thursday).

Another summit is scheduled to take place in regards to the possible cancellation of domestic fixtures, per source.

This would plunge the Welsh pyramid into disarray with plenty of matters still unresolved, with promotion and relegations having a significant impact both financially and from a playing perspective.

The news comes after the Football Association and National League System in England came to the decision to cancel steps three to six with immediate effect, with all results expunged as a result.

The FA will continue to assist and support the National League steps one and two to determine the outcome of its 2019-20 season as quickly as possible.

A planned implementation of the restructuring of the NLS will also now be deferred until the start of the 2021-22 season.

A source confirmed that “no decision” has been made as yet and the FAW will be awaiting any UEFA decision before coming to their own conclusion.

This is down to their unwillingness to lose any potential European places for Welsh clubs next season that would also have a detrimental effect on their coefficient ranking.

The FAW will discuss possible scenarios prior to the UEFA announcement, which is expected in the coming days.

One possible outcome is to cancel everything barring the JD Cymru Premier, North and South leagues, meaning there would be no relegations or promotions to the second tier.

Any cancellation is going to have a monumental impact on clubs across the country from a financial perspective, with many already feeling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

Despite some social media posts stating otherwise, no formal decision has been made by the FAW as they explore all options available.