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LLANELLI AFC
FOUNDED  

1896

NICKNAME  

The Reds

MANAGER  

Nicky Tucker

STRIP 1  

Red shirts, Red shorts, Red socks

STRIP 2  

Yellow Shirts, Blue Shorts & Yellow Socks

HONOURS  

Promoted to League of Wales, 1999. Highest finish 5th (2000/1). Relegated 2003 but returned as Welsh League champions 2004.

BEST LoW WIN  

11-0 v Oswestry Town 04/04/01

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

1-10 by Inter Cardiff 25/01/94
0-9 by Connah’s Quay Nomads 08/10/94

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

21 by Mark Dickeson 1999/2000
20 by Gary Lloyd 1993/1994

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

4 by Mark Dickeson v Oswestry Town 04/04/01

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

55 by Mark Dickeson (1992 – 2002)
34 by Gary Lloyd (1992 – 1995)
33 by Anthony Smolka (1994 – 1996)
23 by Phil Davidson (1992 – 2000)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

144 (+1 Sub) by Mark Dickeson (1992 – 2002)
121 (+4 Sub) by Phil Davidson (1992 – 2000)
121 by Richard Thomas (1992 – 1996)
99 (+5 Sub) by Stephen Myers (1993 – 1996)

GROUND  

Stebonheath Park, Penallt Road, Llanelli, SA15 1EY

 

Capacity: 3700

 

Seats: 700

   

Highest LoW attendance: 1,410 v Barry Town 14/01/00

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.llanelliafc.co.uk/
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

From East: A484 from Swansea or M4 (junction 48), follow signs to Llanelli until Trostre roundabout (MacDonalds). Take Llanelli exit. First exit at next roundabout, first exit again at next roundabout into James Street.
From North: A476 from Llandeilo, through Felinfoel follow sign to Swansea. Second exit at roundabout into James Street.
From West: From M4 (junction 48). A484 from Carmarthen, via Pembrey, Burry Port and Pwll. You will eventually arrive at a sort of misshapen roundabout, follow sign to Swansea. Second exit at roundabout into James Street. Follow road to no through road signs straight on for Robbie James Stand, right for Social Club.
Llanelli was formed in 1896 and turned professional in 1912.
The history of the club since professionalism tells the story of participation in three leagues: the Southern League, the Welsh League and latterly the League of Wales, of which Llanelli were founder members.
Relegated in 1995/6, Llanelli returned to the fold in 1999 when Ton Pentre declined promotion and finished fifth in their first season back. Unfortunately, the club could not maintain this form and after escaping the drop the next year, they finished bottom in 2002/3.
Famous names to have played at Stebonheath Park include Jock Stein and Welsh international Robbie James.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Llanelli AFC