Llanelli Town

badgeFounder members, twice relegated but returned as Welsh League champions 2004. Went full-time in 2005/6, winning the title for the first time in 2007/8, reverting to semi-pro status the following season when they finished as runners-up to Rhyl. Won the Welsh Cup in 2010/11. Wound up in April 2013 over an unpaid tax debt amounting to 21,000, reformed as Llanelli Town and were placed in Welsh League Division 3, considered by the FAW to be a direct continuation of the same club. Promoted back to the WPL in 2018.

Founded 1896
Nickname
The Reds
Manager Bob Jeffrey
Coach/assistant
Gary Lloyd
Strip All red with black trim
Alternate strip
White shirts with black horizontal stripe, white shorts and socks
Address for correspondence

Stebonheath Park, Llanelli, SA15 1EY
Matchday telephone 01554 772973
Admission prices
£7 adults, £5 concessions.
Contact
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CLUB RECORDS
Main honours Promoted to League of Wales, 1999.
Relegated 2003 but returned as Welsh League champions 2004.
Highest finish 1st (2007/8).
League Cup winners 2008.
Welsh Cup winners 2011.
Biggest league win
11-0 v Oswestry Town 04/04/01
Biggest league home win
11-0 v Oswestry Town 04/04/01
Biggest league away win
6-0 at Connah's Quay Nomads 22/12/01
Biggest league defeat
1-10 by Inter Cardiff 25/01/94
0-9 by Connah's Quay Nomads 08/10/94
Biggest league home defeat
1-10 by Inter Cardiff 25/01/94
0-9 by Connah's Quay Nomads 08/10/94
Biggest league away defeat
0-8 at Flint Town United 10/09/94
Most goals in match
4 by Mark Dickeson v Oswestry Town 04/04/01
4 by Rhys Griffiths v Rhyl FC 16/09/06
4 by Rhys Griffiths at Caernarfon Town 14/10/06
Most goals in season
40 by Rhys Griffiths in 2007-08
Most club appearances
206 (+ 10 sub) by Antonio Corbisiero