Robert Davies was a Welsh football player who played as a forward for Chester and Wrexham in the 1880s and 1890s.
Davies was born in Caergwrle, about 5 miles north of Wrexham.
He also made two appearances for Wales in 1892. He started his career with Chester in 1888 before joining his village team in 1891. He then spent two years with where he was considered to be a "capable" winger who had pace and showed "neat skills".
His first international appearance came on 27 February 1892, when he was selected to play against Ireland.
The match ended with the scores level with one goal each. Davies retained his place for the next match against England which ended in a 2–0 victory for the English.
The English team consisted mainly of players associated with the Corinthian club, who were "a little too skilful for the Welsh". Davies himself was described as "weak" in his international appearances. next reached the final in 1895, but this time lost 3–2 to Newtown.
This was Davies" final appearance foreign
In 1895, he returned to playing for his village team, and was still playing in 1913. Davies made two appearances for Wales in international matches, as follows: Before becoming a professional football player, Davies was a coal-miner. He was also a keen cricketer who was a notable bowler for Caergwrle Cricket Club.