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AIRBUS UK
FOUNDED  

1946

NICKNAME  

Planemakers/Wingmakers

MANAGER  

Gary Wynne

STRIP 1  

White shirts with dark Blue trim, dark blue shorts and socks

STRIP 2  

Red Shirts, White Shorts, White Socks

HONOURS  

Cymru Alliance champions 2003/4

BEST LoW WIN  

3-0 at Caernarfon Town 19/02/05

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-6 v Total Network Solutions 18/09/04

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

6 by Simon Andrews (2004/5)

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

2 by Simon Andrews v Newtown 18/12/04
2 by Simon Andrews at Caernarfon 19/02/05

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

6 by Simon Andrews (2004/5)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

22 by Paul Dodd (2004/5)

GROUND  

The Airfield, Broughton, Nr Chester.

 

Capacity: 2100

 

Seats: 250

   

Highest LoW attendance: 380 v Rhyl 25/02/05

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.sportnetwork.net/main/s356.htm
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

From the A55 take the Broughton turn off and follow signs for the retail park. First left at roundabout and at large roundabout take 3rd exit (Chester). After 400 yards, turn left into the car park at the traffic lights. Park at the top of the drive, the ground is on the left.
Airbus won the Cymru Alliance by a wide margin in 2003/4 to secure promotion to the Welsh Premier for the first time. The works team of the Aerospace giant have been variously known as de Havillands, Hawker Siddeley, British Aerospace and BAE Systems. With a ground situated just inside Wales at Broughton, near Chester, the Planemakers have competed on both sides of the border before joining the Welsh pyramid. Although the club improved its ground, they were unable to meet the ground criteria of the Welsh Premier in time for their first games and shared facilities at former League of Wales outfit Conwy United until September 2004.
CLUB HISTORY: Airbus UK