Barry Town United F.C.

What is Barry Town United F.C. known for?


record setting

Mark Ovendale Goalkeeper (Goalkeeper (association football)) Record-setting keeper, 1000+ league minutes without conceding. 1995–1998, 2003 - style


achievements style

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football association

On 7 May 2013, Stuart Lovering inexplicably withdrew the team from the Welsh Football League, against the will of the BTSC, players and supporters, who were ready and willing to fulfil the remaining two fixtures. After the BTSC outlined their intentions to play again next season, adopting the name of '''Barry Town United''' to emphasise their continuing unity and endeavour, a meeting of the FAW (Football Association of Wales) Council in Betws-y-Coed in June 2013 announced that they would

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through the second half, sealed a 2–1 Barry victory, in a game marked by a host of missed chances. The 1920–21 season ranks as one of the finest in Barry's history, as they surprised many by becoming champions of the Southern League (Welsh). The achievement was all the more impressive when considering the small Barry squad played in over 100 matches in all competitions during the course of the season. Competing simultaneously in both the Welsh and Western Football League Western League

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scoring matches

. Arsenal (Arsenal F.C.) *


football

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matches

through the second half, sealed a 2–1 Barry victory, in a game marked by a host of missed chances. The 1920–21 season ranks as one of the finest in Barry's history, as they surprised many by becoming champions of the Southern League (Welsh). The achievement was all the more impressive when considering the small Barry squad played in over 100 matches in all competitions during the course of the season. Competing simultaneously in both the Welsh and Western Football League Western League

treble of League of Wales championship, Welsh League Cup and Welsh Cup. The championship was claimed with a record 105 points and a goal difference of more than +100. Then, from March 1997, the Dragons went 51 matches without tasting defeat in a league game, just one of many records they would set in the 1990s. 1999 saw the Dragons become the first League of Wales outfit to win the FAW Premier Cup, with a 2–1 win over Wrexham (Wrexham F.C.) at the club's own Racecourse Ground

the 1980s, however, the local council rebuilt Jenner Park, installing a synthetic running track, a new grandstand and floodlights. To bring Jenner Park up to UEFA standards, a second stand was built in 1996, increasing the seating capacity to 2,500. In addition, a new hospitality complex was constructed along with new dressing rooms, floodlights and clubhouse. Since then, the ground has international matches at various levels, including under-21 and women's ties. Interestingly


finishing place

– their highest finishing place being fourth in the 1930s.


appearances including

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year stint

Merthyr Tydfil , - style "text-align:center;" 2012 13 Bobby Smith Midfielder (Midfielder (association football)) True clubman, over 500+ outings across a 20-year stint. 1975–94 - style "text-align:center;" 2013 14 Billy Jennings (Billy Jennings (Welsh footballer)) Manager (Manager (football)) First Barrian to be capped for Wales, went on to manage Barry twice. 1930–49

Barry Town United F.C.

'''Barry Town United F.C.''' ( ) is an association football team based in Barry (Barry, Wales). They are best known for representing Wales in Europe as winners of the Welsh Premier League and Welsh Cup during the 1990s and early 2000s. They also have considerable history in England's Southern League (Southern Football League) and FA Cup. The team, which has contained over 50 full international over the years, is now run by supporters. They play at Jenner Park (Jenner Park Stadium), Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, where their ground accommodates 3,000 spectators (2,000 seated). 2013 14 is the team's centenary season.

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