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CAERNARFON TOWN
FOUNDED  

1876

NICKNAME  

Canaries

MANAGER  

Wayne Phillips

STRIP 1  

Yellow & Green Shirts, Green Shorts, Yellow Socks

STRIP 2  

Claret & Light Blue Shirts, Claret Shorts, Blue Socks

HONOURS  

Joined League of Wales 1995.
Relegated 1999.
Promoted 2000.
Highest finish 4th (1997).

BEST LoW WIN  

8-0 v Barry Town 30/08/03
8-1 v Rhyl 17/02/96
5-0 at Cemaes Bay 24/01/98

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

0-7 by Total Network Solutions 15/01/05
0-6 by Cwmbran Town 31/10/98
0-6 by Aberystwyth Town 01/04/00

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

34 by Eifion Williams 1996/1997
29 by Eifion Williams 1995/1996
22 by Tommy Mutton 2001/2002

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

4 by Eifion Williams at Rhyl 28/10/95
4 by Eifion Williams v Rhyl 17/02/96
4 by Terry McPhillips v Briton Ferry 07/12/96
4 by James McIlvogue v Barry Town 30/08/03

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

63 by Eifion Williams (1995 1997)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

151 (+9 Sub) by Emrys Williams (1995 2002)

GROUND  

The Oval, Marcus Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 2RT

 

Capacity: 3400

 

Seats: 252

   

Highest LoW attendance: 998 v Bangor City 27/12/04

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.caernarfontown.net/
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

From Bangor follow signs for Porthmadog and Beddgelert across roundabout and flyover, then keep left for Beddgelert. Within 200 yards of coming off flyover turn right at top of hill, ground visible ahead. From Porthmadog turn right at Eagles Pub before flyover. Parking available.
Caernarfon Town played in the Lancashire Combination and the Northern Premier League in the 80s and are remembered for a glorious FA Cup run in 1986/7, when they accounted for Stockport County and York City before losing to Barnsley.
In 1995 Caernarfon returned to Welsh football and a place in the LoW, but they were relegated in 1999-2000.
Now back in the fold, they are enhancing their Oval ground and looking to better days ahead.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Caernarfon Town