The New Saints last game
Saturday 20 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Port Talbot Town 0
The New Saints 0
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Friday 26 Dec 2020
WELSH PREMIER
Technogroup Welshpool
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
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Saturday 20 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
TNS Reserves 0
Berriew 7
Saturday 27 Dec 2020
SPAR MID WALES LEAGUE
Waterloo Rovers
Park Hall
Kick-off: 14:30
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John Toner 10
Alfie Carter 5
Michael Wilde 5
Alex Darlington 4
Craig Williams 4
Rhyl FC 41
Llanelli AFC 38
The New Saints 35
Carmarthen Town 33
Aberystwyth Town 32
Haverfordwest County 29
Bangor City 27
Gap Connah's Quay 24
Newtown AFC 21
Prestatyn Town 18
Airbus UK Broughton 18
Technogroup Welshpool 18
Port Talbot Town 16
Porthmadog FC 16
NEWI Cefn Druids 15
Caersws FC 13
Neath FC 12
Caernarfon Town 5
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Newtown Reserves 50
Berriew 38
Aberystwyth Reserves 35
Rhayader Town 34
Carno 33
Newbridge 25
Tywyn Bryncrug 24
Penparcau 21
Aberystwyth University 20
Bow Street 19
Dyffryn Banw 16
Waterloo Rovers 16
TNS Reserves 16
Presteigne St Andrews 15
Llanrhaeadr 14
Caersws Reserves 13
Kerry 9
Llanfyllin Town 7
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PARK HALL ERA STARTS ON SATURDAY
PRINCIPALITY WELSH PREMIER LEAGUE
Saturday 1 September 2021 / Park Hall / 2.30pm
THE NEW SAINTS v CAERSWS FC
The state-of-the-art Ligaturf pitch at Park Hall.
THE New Saints will start a new era on Saturday by kicking-off the home Welsh Premier season at Park Hall in Oswestry.
As expected, the club received the green light from the FAW today to move to the new stadium and bring down the curtain on 14 years of Welsh Premier football at Treflan.
In what will be a ground-breaking development, the Saints will become the first club in the top tier of Welsh domestic football to play on an artificial surface.
The move was accelerated by TNS after the Recreation Committee in Llansantffraid refused to allow the club's junior sides to play at Treflan and, earlier this month, the Welsh Premier board gave approval following an inspection.
"The board and myself were most impressed with the facilities at Park Hall, particularly the quality of the artificial playing surface. As a result of this we were content to authorise The New Saints to play their home games at the stadium in season 2007/2008," said league secretary John Deakin.
Caersws will be the first visitors this Saturday, although TNS Reserves have already played two Spar Mid Wales League games on the new pitch.
Park Hall was vacated by Oswestry Town in 2003 when the financially-troubled club merged with TNS and the ground and adjacent land was acquired by club managing director Mike Harris for a new £3.5 million leisure development, opened last week and known as "The Venue".
The adjacent football pitch has been totally redeveloped with the aid of a 445,038 grant from the Football Foundation, to provide a state-of-the-art facility for the local community.
The artificial "Ligaturf" pitch is the latest design and meets FIFA’s highest 2* quality standard - identical to that already used by Austrian champions Red Bull Salzburg.
Park Hall also has a new variable intensity 500 Lux floodlighting installation on four corner pylons, eight changing rooms, facilities for media, drug testing and physiotherapy, and 250 spectator seats - TNS plans to increase the seating capacity to meet Uefa criteria over the course of the next 12 months.
The club has played in the Welsh Premier since 1993 at the Treflan Recreation Ground, which is incapable of being upgraded successfully to comply with the stadium criteria which all clubs must meet in order to compete in the domestic league in season 2009/10 and beyond.
Following the merger with Town in 2003, the club announced its intention of moving to a new stadium in Oswestry and has held ongoing discussions with the local Council over a proposed new leisure scheme at Oswald Park, but continuing planning and financing delays mean that proposal would not be ready in time for the introduction of the League’s new and stricter criteria.
The Venue will provide up to 200 covers for corporate hospitality at football matches and, in addition to state-of-the-art player facilities, also features an eight-lane 10-pin bowling alley, fitness centre, function room, restaurant, bars and children's play area.
General manager Ian Williams says the stadium will offer supporters a 'complete matchday experience'.
"The aim is to offer everything all under one roof so families can come here for the football and also enjoy our other facilities," he says.
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