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CWMBRAN TOWN
FOUNDED  

1951

NICKNAME  

The Crows

MANAGER  

Brian Coyne

STRIP 1  

Dark blue shirts, dark blue shorts, dark blue socks

STRIP 2  

Black & white shirts, black shorts, black socks

HONOURS  

Founder members, League of Wales.
Champions in inaugural season (1992-1993)

BEST LoW WIN  

8-2 v Oswestry Town 23/02/02
6-0 v Aberystwyth Town 19/03/97
6-0 v Haverfordwest County 21/02/98
6-0 v Caernarfon Town 31/10/98
6-0 v Bangor City 26/02/00

WORST LoW DEFEAT  

2-7 at Bangor City 06/09/03
0-5 v Llanelli 04/04/94
2-7 v Bangor City 06/09/03

MOST GOALS IN LoW SEASON  

28, Andrew Mainwaring 1994-1995
28, Chris Summers 1999-2000

MOST GOALS IN LoW MATCH  

4 by Mattie Davies v Aberystwyth Town 19/03/97
4 by Simon Dyer v Connah’s Quay Nomads 01/11/97
4 by Simon Dyer v Haverfordwest County 21/02/98
4 by Chris Summers v Inter Cardiff 27/12/99
4 by Chris Summers v Bangor City 26/02/00

TOP SCORERS IN LoW  

104 by Mattie Davies (1996 – 2003)
84 by Chris Summers (1996 – 2004)
53 by Simon Dyer (1995 – 1998)

MOST LoW APPEARANCES  

277 (+3 Sub) by Jim Blackie (1992 – 2002)
245 by Pat O’Hagan (1992 – 2002)

GROUND  

Cwmbran Stadium, Henllys Way, Cwmbran, NP44 3XL

 

Capacity: 10500

 

Seats: 2200

   

Highest LoW attendance: 386 v Barry Town 22/08/98

WEBSITE OFFICIAL   http://www.cwmbrantownafc.org.uk
WEBSITE UNOFFICIAL  

Leaving the M4 motorway at Junction 26, follow the A4042 and the A4051.
Bear right at the third roundabout on A4051 and follow signs to Cwmbran Athletics stadium. Car park available.
Formed in 1951, Cwmbran moved to the Welsh League in 1960 and to Cwmbran Athletics Stadium in 1975.
In 1986 Cwmbran became full members of the FAW and were chosen as one of 14 Welsh clubs to participate in both the English FA Cup and FA Trophy.
The Crows were founder members of the League of Wales and won the title in the first season, representing Wales in the European Champions Cup.
Qualifying for Europe again in 1998 and 1999, Cwmbran met Bucerustic (Romania) and Celtic respectively.
In the 2003/4 Uefa Cup they play Maccabi Haifa (Israel) under new manager, Brian Coyne.
CLUB HISTORY AND STATS: Cwmbran Town