Swansea City will be represented under the English flag in the Europa League if they overcome Bradford at Wembley, Uefa has confirmed.
The governing body said the Swans will not compete using the Welsh flag next to their name in Europe if they triumph over the Bantams in the Capital One Cup final on Sunday.
The Mirror reports that a Uefa spokesman said: "If Swansea win the English domestic cup, they will qualify for UEFA Europa League.
"It would then be for the FA to decide whether they allow Swansea City to take a UEFA Europa League position instead of an English club.
"If the FA accept to give their position to Swansea City, they will have an English flag next to their name."
Sunday's clash will be the Swans' first ever appearance at a major cup final.
The FA said the Swans would qualify for Europe as representatives of the English FA.