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CARMARTHEN TOWN
FOUNDED  

1948

NICKNAME  

The Town

MANAGER  

Mark Jones

STRIP 1  

Old Gold Shirts with Black trim, Black shorts & socks with Old Gold trim

STRIP 2  

White Blue Trim shirts and shorts, white socks

HONOURS  

Joined League of Wales 1996.
Highest finish 3rd (2001).

BEST LoW WIN  

9-1 v UWIC Inter Cardiff 21/10/00
6-1 at Haverfordwest County 21/08/99

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

2-7 at Llanelli 29/10/99
0-6 at Barry Town 08/10/96
1-6 at Caersws 07/02/98
0-5 at Caernarfon Town 02/05/98

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

18 by Richard Parker 1999/2000
16 by Ryan Nicholls 2000/2001

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

4 by Ryan Nicholls v UWIC Inter Cardiff 21/10/00
4 by John Keaveney v Caernarfon Town 23/02/02

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

34 by Ryan Nicholls (1998 2002)
28 by Richard Parker (1998 2001)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

183 (+1 Sub) by David Barnhouse (1998 2004)
182 (+27 Sub) by Dean Rossiter (1996 2004)
111 (+46 Sub) by Wayne Jones (1996 2003)
107 by Robert Fitzgerald (1998 2002)

GROUND  

Richmond Park, Priory Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1LR

 

Capacity: 3000

 

Seats: 150

   

Highest LoW attendance: 911 v Barry Town 10/09/97

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

Take Carmarthen by-pass (from Abergwili). After approx one mile, at roundabout, turn left and continue past hospital (on left) to mini roundabout. Take left for the centre of town. Continue across large roundabout and in 1 mile mini roundabout into Priory Street. Ground is on the right approx 150 metres behind the Toyota garage. Park in pay and display car park.
Carmarthen Town was founded as recently as 1948 and moved to their current ground Richmond Park in 1952.
The club was elected to the Welsh League in 1953 and gained promotion from Division Two in 1960. In 1996 Carmarthen won the Welsh League and the Cyril Rogers Cup. Carmarthen gained League of Wales status in the same year.
They have maintained their place in the League and shown gradual improvement.
Reached the final of the Welsh Cup in 1999, but lost on penalties.
A Carmarthen player who has gone on to 'better' things is Mark Delaney (Aston Villa and Wales).
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Carmarthen Town