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BANGOR CITY
FOUNDED  

1893

NICKNAME  

Citizens

MANAGER  

Peter Davenport

STRIP 1  

Royal blue shirts with white trim, white shorts and stockings

STRIP 2  

Varsity red shirts with white trim, white shorts and stockings

HONOURS  

Founder members League of Wales.
Champions 1994, 1995.
Welsh Cup winners 1998, 2000.

BEST LoW WIN  

9-0 v Haverfordwest County 14/05/94

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-6 by Holywell Town 31/10/92
0-6 at Cwmbran Town 26/02/00

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

47 by Marc Lloyd-Williams 2001/2002

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

6 by Marc Lloyd-Williams v Rhayader Town 23/04/02
6 by Marc Lloyd-Williams v Llanelli AFC 23/03/03

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

130 by Marc Lloyd-Williams (1994 2003)
73 by Frank Mottram (1993 date)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

172 (+6 Sub) by Marc Lloyd-Williams (1994 2003)
117 (+12 Sub) by James Carberry (1993 1997)
114 (+21 Sub) by Lee Noble (1992 1998)

GROUND  

The Stadium, Farrar Road, Bangor, LL57 4DH

 

Capacity: 5000
Terrace

 

Seats: 800

   

Highest LoW attendance: 1,319 v Barry Town 27/09/97

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.bangorcityfc.com/
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL   http://www.citizens-choice.co.uk

Farrar Road is close to the centre of Bangor but there is no parking at the ground. From Conway, proceed towards the railway station, cross a small roundabout and turn left into Farrar Road. with the ground on your left. From Caernarfon, turn right at the lights by the station and immediately right again into Farrar Road.
One of the most famous football clubs in the Principality, Bangor's finest hour came in 1962, when they qualified for the European Cup Winners Cup and played AC Napoli. Bangor won the home leg 2-0 but lost 1-3 in Italy. As there was no away goals rule at that time, a replay was staged at Highbury. Napoli won 2-1. Bangor have won the Welsh Premier twice and continue to be front runners.
They took part in the 2003/4 Uefa Intertoto Cup, losing to Gloria Bistrita (Romania).
After 80 years at Farrar Road, there are plans to move to a new stadium at Nantporth on the Menai Straits.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Bangor City