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BARRY TOWN
FOUNDED  

1912

NICKNAME  

The Dragons

MANAGER  

Gavin Price/Ashley Griffiths

STRIP 1  

Yellow and blue shirts, yellow shorts and socks

STRIP 2  

Maroon and white shirts, maroon shorts, maroon socks

HONOURS  

Welsh Cup winners, 1994, 1997, 2001-3.
League of Wales champions, 1996-1999, 2001-3.
League Cup winners 1997-2000.
FAW Trophy winners 1994.
FAW Premier Cup winners 1999.

BEST LoW WIN  

12-0 v Cemaes Bay 04/04/99
10-0 v Total Network Solutions 13/09/97

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-8 at Caernarfon Town 30/08/2021

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

42 by Tony Bird 1996/1997
40 by Eifion Williams 1997/1998

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

5 by Eifion Williams v Total Network Solutions 13/09/97

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

68 by Eifion Williams (1997 1999)
51 by Tony Bird (1995 1997)
46 by Chris Pike (1995 1998)
45 by Richard Jones (1994 2001)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

266 (+16 Sub) by Gary Lloyd (1994 2003)
186 (+12 Sub) by Richard Jones (1994 2001)
184 (+24 Sub) by Andrew York (1996 2003)

GROUND  

Jenner Park, Barry Road, Barry, CF62 9BG

 

Capacity: 3500

 

Seats: 2900

   

Highest LoW attendance: 2,746 v Caernarfon Town 26/01/97

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

Leave motorway M4 at Junction 33 and take the first exit slip road roundabout. Continue along dual carriageway until exit sign-posted Barry/Cardiff Airport, at roundabout take third exit. Continue over several roundabouts following signs for Barry Island/Cardiff Airport. At the sixth roundabout take first exit sign-posted Barry Island (A4050), at next roundabout take first exit. Continue down hill on this road for just over half a mile, Jenner Park Stadium is on your right. There is no car park available at the ground, but there is plenty of on-road parking.
Seven-times champions , Barry Town monopolised the Welsh Premier until financial problems ended with relegation in 2003/4.
After a brief spell in the English system, Barry returned to the Abacus League in 1993, won the Welsh Cup in 1994 and played in the following season's European Cup Winners Cup.
They have since won the League of Wales in all but seven of eight successive years, a run interrupted only by the Saints' success in 1999/2000.
Barry again won the treble in 2002/3.
John Fashanu came to the club as chairman in January 2003, but stepped down after a controverial, 202-day reign leaving widely publicised financial problems and a player exodus.
The club was able to make a voluntary arrangement with its creditors prior to takeover by a local consortium. But despite the appointment of Colin Addison as manager and a clutch of new players, the club could not stave off relegation.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Barry Town