Connah's Quay Nomads

badge Based on Deeside in north Wales, founder members of the League, finished fifth in 2003 and again in 2006/7 when they ground-shared at nearby Flint Town United. The club was taken over by recruitment company Gap Personnel in June 2008 and changed its name accordingly. Relegated in 2010 but returned as Huws Gray Alliance champions two years later. Reached Europe for the first time in 2016 by winning the play-offs and automatically in 2017.
Founded 1946
Nickname The Nomads
Manager Andy Morrison
Coach/assistant Jay Catton
Strip All red with white trim
Alternate strip All black with green trim
Address for correspondence
gap Connah's Quay Nomads FC
gap personnel house
Building 2, Chesney Court
Wrexham Technology Park
Wrexham
LL13 7YP
Matchday telephone 01244 831531 (ask for the stadium)
Admission prices £7 adults, £3 seniors (over 65), £1 Under-16
Contact Click to e-mail
CLUB RECORDS
Main honours Founder members, League of Wales.
Highest finish 2nd (2017)
Huws Gray Alliance champions 2011, 2012
Europa League play-off final winners 2016.
Biggest league win
10-0 v Cemaes Bay 20/01/98
10-0 v Conwy United 22/01/00
Biggest league home win
10-0 v Cemaes Bay 20/01/98
10-0 v Conwy United 22/01/00
Biggest league away win
9-0 at Llanelli 08/10/94
Biggest league defeat
0-8 by Bangor City 25/04/95
0-8 at Carmarthen Town 08/12/07
Biggest league home defeat
0-8 by Bangor City 25/04/95
Biggest league away defeat
0-8 at Carmarthen Town 08/12/07
Most goals in match
5 by Stuart Rain v Briton Ferry Athletic 30/09/95
5 by Kevin Davies v Conwy United 22/01/00
Most goals in season
25 by David O'gorman in 1992-93
Most club appearances
274 (+ 9 sub) by Craig Hutchinson