Lyndon J Suhanski

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Glenhafod Park Stadium



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Goytre United

Glenhafod Park Stadium , Port Talbot


Lyndon J Suhanski

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In the spring of 1963 a new era began for the foot-balling village of Goytre. A tin box holding what funds the club had was handed to new football secretary Boris Suhanski. Boris was a 37 years old football lover and was keen to re-establish Goytre as a football village. Together with fellow founder members John H Tobin and David G Evans the journey began. Utilising these funds Goytre United Football Club was reborn.

Times were hard for the village football club during the sixties and early seventies but patience and commitment from a hard working committee started to pay dividends. The Club were members of the Port Talbot and District Football League but were promoted to the South Wales Amateur League in the late sixties. After a successful opening spell things became more difficult and the Club was eventually relegated back into the Port Talbot League in the late seventies.  This was a setback to all concerned at our Club, but the Club had to take stock and a re-building process took place.

Part of that re-building process took place in 1982 when the Goytre United AFC Social Club opened its doors. The Social Club went from strength to strength, our hard working committee acted as staff on a voluntary basis to serve the community and is still being run in this way today. Countless hours are being spent behind the bar serving, with all funds being made to help the cause of our village football team. Also without the continuous support of our club members and locals our efforts would have been wasted. Various fund raising schemes were set up such as raffles, totes etc. Which have all contributed to the cause.  

A period of ten years passed when we competed in the Port Talbot and District League, during this time the Club grew in stature on and off the field and in 1988 was re-elected back into the South Wales Amateur League. In the 1989/90 season the Club secured promotion into the First Division of the South Wales Amateur League. Also in this year our 350 all seating  grandstand was built which is a proud result of all the hard work and commitment over the years. Now called the Boris Suhanski Stand it is a great tribute to the man himself

.History was made in the 1990/91 season when we were promoted into the Welsh Football League and on the 24th August 1991 we played our first match against Milford United. Since our elevation into the Welsh League steady improvements have been made both on and off the pitch and in the millennium we erected our floodlighting. Our ground at Glenhafod Park Stadium is now the envy of most and is a symbol of what may be achieved when people pull together.

In the 2003/2004 season the Club ended the season in the runners up spot in division one and just missed out on promotion to the Welsh Premiership behind eventual champions Llanelli. In the 2004/2005 season our club won the prestigious League Challenge Cup sponsored by Shamrock Travel for the first time at Ton Pentre. Promotion to the Welsh Premiership is the Clubs ambition and with the progress we are making this is not too far away. Further history was made in the 2005/06 season when the club lifted the prestigious Welsh League First Division Championship, only losing three games in the process throughout the whole season. An excellent achievement by our club. Further history was made by the club in the 2007/08 season when we won the MacWhirter Welsh league Division One Championship and the Nathaniel League Cup. We are the only club to achieve the League and Cup Double in our area. In 2008/09 the club continued its consistency by finishing Runners Up in Division One. Further celebration followed in the 2009/10 season when we lifted the MacWhirter Welsh league Championship for a third time.

Glenhafod Park Stadium


Port Talbot

SA13 2YP


Lloyd Toghill

Signed from Taffs Well, tenacious midfielder, plays with his heart on his sleeve and will provide strength in midfield

Sam Johnson
Luke Martin

Quality goalkeeper with a great future, spent six years at Swansea City. Had spells at Port Talbot and West End. Superb shot stopper. Several seasons at the Club

Dale Griffiths

Second spell at the Club, played in Welsh Premier League with Llanelli, Carmarthen and Haverfordwest. Club Captain.

Dylan Blain

Player Coach

Welsh U/19 International. Experienced accomplished player. Played in Welsh Premier with Llanelli, Newtwon and Port Talbot.

Lee John

Manager/Head Coach 

Lee has had a distinguished playing career with over 350 Welsh Premier games for Port Talbot Town. He has also played for Newport County, Merthyr Tydfil and Briton Ferry Llansawel. Lee has also represented Wales at senior semi-professional level. He is currently Football Academy Manager at under 19s level for Neath, Port Talbot College. Currently holder of an UEFA ‘A’ Coaching licence, his experience and knowledge of the game will be an incredible asset to the Club.

Jonathan Hubschmid

Goalkeeper Coach 





Corey Francis

Second season with the club, signed from Garden Village,  midfield player, very tenacious.

Rhodri Cole

Signed from Carmarthen Town, midfield player, plays at fullback also, fit and agile. Great passing skills.

Thomas Walters

Previous club Caerau Athletic, exellent striker, prolific scorer, plays out and out striker or as a no ten.

Free kick specialist.

Ryan Kostromin

Signed from Briton Ferry Llansawel, excellent prospect, plays fullback or in midfield.

Adam Jenkins

Signed from Port Talbot Town, midfield player with great engine, creates many assists.

Thomas Doidge
Scott Jewell
Jamie Baker
Aiden Chappel Smith

Signed from Goytre Utd. Plays in an attacking position 

Lloyd Kinsella
Dyfan Pierce

Assistant Manager

Cortez Belle
Josef Hopkins
Callum Saunders
Warren Jones