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CONWY UNITED
FOUNDED  

1977

NICKNAME  

The Musselmen

MANAGER  

STRIP 1  

STRIP 2  

HONOURS  

Welsh Intermediate Cup winners, 1981/2
Welsh League (North) champions, 1984-6
Founder members Cymru Alliance, 1990.
Founder members LoW, 1992.
Relegated 2001.

BEST LoW WIN  

7-2 v Rhyl 25/11/95
6-1 at Flint Town United 10/01/98

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-10 at Connah’s Quay Nomads 22/01/00
0-8 at Bangor City 25/01/00
0-7 at Total Network Solutions 19/02/00

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

38 by Ken McKenna 1995/1996

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

4 by Ken McKenna v Flint Town United 27/02/95
4 by Ken McKenna v Aberystwyth Town 28/09/96

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

89 by Ken McKenna (1994 – 1997)
38 by John Toner (1997 – 2000)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

109 (+10 Sub) by Mally Tidswell (1992 – 2000)
101 by Chris Taylor (1994 – 1997)

GROUND  

The Morfa

 

Capacity: 4000

 

Seats: 620

   

Highest LoW attendance:

WEBSITE OFFICIAL  
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

Conwy United was born out of an amalgamation between Conwy British Legion FC and Conwy Town FC, both of whom played in the local Vale of Conwy League.
In 1977, Conwy were elected to the Welsh League (North).
Following seven relatively successful seasons, Conwy became champions in both 1984/5 and 1985/6. In 1990 they became founder members of the Cymru Alliance and, in 1992, of the League of Wales.
They finished third in 1995/6 and qualified for a place in the Inter Toto Cup, gaining a deserved draw with Charleroi at Wrexham’s Racecourse ground.
In 1998/9 Conwy secured a place in the FAW Premier Cup following another good season. They also reached the semi-final of the Welsh Cup for the second time in three years before losing 1-0 to Carmarthen Town.
Ground improvements were completed in 1997 and included the building of an excellent stand behind one goal at The Morfa, which increased the overall seating capacity to 620.
However, in January 2000 a dispute led to Conwy United’s first team players walking out on the club en bloc.
Relegated at the end of that season, the club re-grouped and chose to go down two rungs of the ladder into the Welsh Alliance.
Since then the club has struggled in the Welsh Alliance.
Former Welsh international goalkeeper Neville Southall played for Conwy in his younger days. Another Morfa favourite was TNS boss Ken McKenna, who still holds the scoring record with 49 league and cup goals in 1995/6.
10 YEARS OF THE LEAGUE OF WALES
Conwy United