Llwydcoed Football Ground
Black and white striped shirts, black with white trimmed shorts, black and white socks
Red shirts, shorts and socks
Llwydcoed Football Ground, Aberdare
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AFC LLWYDCOED HISTORY
Llwydcoed Welfare AFC has been in existence since 1931 and has always been at the heart of the village community life. It was formed out of the mining community and has always played its full part in village life not only by encouraging and providng sporting opportunities but by organising and supporting any events through raffles, jumble sales and tours. The Club has always seen the need to provide and support any community activity to enhance people's lives. This approach has helped the Club become more successful than they could ever have imagined, so much so, that they are now at a stage where they have outgrown their facilities and desperately needs to upgrade them. The Club was formed under the Welfare name as was the ground they played in the Aberdare Valley League winning the Champtionship in consecutive Season 1953- 1954. Gradually they moved into The South Wales Amateur League. The Club remained in this League untill the 1991-1992 Season. After many poor Seasons the Club decided to move into the newly formed South Wales Senior League. A new League, a new start and a new Secretary Mr David Evans taking over from Mr Ron James. A tireless worker, the new Secretary had no idea what he had let himself in for. His own oustanding initiative, work drive and commitment plus a small Committee and fantastic loyal wife saw Llwydcoed build a Club developing the ground, Junior Section and bringing in the right Management saw Llwydcoed boom from a Club in dire straits to a Club full of potential, winning The South Wales Senior League. The Intermediate Cup and The Welsh League play offs Season 1998/1999 was outstanding - The Welsh League arrived and Llwycoed have driven themselves up the League thanks to the Players, Sponsors, Supporters, Committee and Management.
Llwydcoed Football Ground
Defender Good defender need to fulfill his potential
Defender/Midield Strong moblie player full of promise
Defender unlucky with injuries last season hopefully he can stay injury free to show how good he is
Midfield one club player totally committed to the club brilliant
STRIKER Goalscorer machine loves to hit the back of the net
Defender one club player brilliant defender
Goalkeeper reliable athletic brave keeper what more do you want
EXCITING YOUNG FOOTBALLER BRILLIANT SIGNING
GOALKEEPER TOP CLUB MAN SO RELIABLE LOVES TRAINING
Midfield excellent young plaer recovering from serious injury
Liam is a product of the AFC LLWYDCOED JUNIOR SECTION and has developed his football ability from mini football through to Welsh lge level brilliant footballer just needs experience
Defender Vastly Experience player will help to develop the younger players with his experience
Defender Highly regarded talented player lots expected of this player 100% committed to the club
When Lee Phillips was manager of Aberdare Town, Lee was his assistant and the bulldogs boss is pleased to be reunited with the 28year old.He Commented"Lee's professionalism will be an asset to the club and i know he's really enjoying working with the excellent squad of players we have here at Ton Pentre".As a player Lee has turned out for Hartridge Academy,Aberdare Town,Bettws and Cwmaman Inst.
|LEWIS EDWARD HOLDER|
A tough tackling central midfield player who loves a battle. Spent a brief spell with AFC Llwydcoed during 2015/16 but returned to his hometown side of Aberdare.
Experienced keeper .
Spent the past several seasons with Pontypridd Town and can also count Merthyr Town amongst his former clubs.
|Anil Suni Davies|