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PICTURE THIS: With City’s days at Farrar Road likely to end within a few short years, now is the ideal time to snap up a souvenir of the famous stadium. High-quality framed and mounted photographs of the ground are available from the Club Shop at £20.00 (plus £3.00 p&p) in a limited edition run of 1000. Each photograph is numbered and comes with a certificate and history of the ground.
"WELSH FOOTBALL" MAGAZINE ... is regularly on sale at the Club shop (price £2.00) and the New Year edition is now available. In addition to the usual roundup of league and international news and reviews, this latest edition spotlights Llandyrnog United and Pentwyn Dynamos, features the problems at Barry Town and Taff's Well and contains further research on early Welsh Football League history. (30 December 2004)
BEAT THE QUEUES ON SATURDAY: As there is likely to be a large crowd for our game against Caernarfon on New Year's Day (KO 2.30 pm), and as road traffic along Caernarfon Road is also likely to be heavy, please help yourself and the turnstile staff by arriving early for this match. MAny thanks (28 December 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 27 and 16. There is no winner of the £200.00 jackpot this week, so next week's prize goes up to £300.00. All recent numbers and winners on the TOTE page. (26 December 2004)
PREMIER CUP DATE: Our home clash with Cardiff City in the quarter-finals of the FAW Premier Cup is now fixed for Tuesday 24 January 2005, KO to be confirmed. (24 December 2004)
ON THE ROAD WITH CITY: If you want to follow us on our travels over the next few weeks, tickets for supporters' buses can be booked at forthcoming home games through the Supporters' Association. Tickets to Welshpool for our WPL game on Saturday 8 January can be booked at our home game with Caernarfon Town on 1 January, whilst coach tickets for the upcoming Welsh Cup clash with TNS on 5 February can be booked when we entertain Afan Lido on 22 Jan. Coach tickets for both matches cost £10.00. (24 December 2004)
GARETH WILLIAMS RE-SIGNS: Versatile midfielder Gareth Williams has re-signed for us over the Christmas period, whilst taking a break from his studies in America. Gareth's unique record is that he scored with his first touch in WPL football, tucking away a far-post header in an away fixture at Port Talbot in 2002. More about Gareth on the "First Team Squad" page. (23 December 2004)
200 Club: The winner of the November draw is a supporter from Nottingham, who wins £225.50. For a regular payment of just £10.00 a month, City's 200 Club is a painless and effective way of helping the Club. To join, contact Brian Lucas on 01492 515002, or Brian.Lucas@btinternet.com. (22 December 2004)
YOUNGTERS ON SHOW: There will be an opportunity to see some of the next generation of City stars as our Academy takes on the Stoke Academy on Tuesday 21 December at Farrar Road, KO 7.30 pm. Come down and support our youngsters and try to pick out the stars of tomorrow! (11 December 2004) LATE NEWS: GAME CANCELLED DUE TO WATERLOGGED PITCH (21 December 2004, 18:24)
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT: As you know, Gwynedd Council will shortly be considering a planning application for an all-seater stadium with capacity for 3000 spectators to be built at the Nantporth site, Holyhead Road, Bangor. This is a great opportunity not just for the City of Bangor, but for the whole of North West Wales. We are asking you to join us in calling for Gwynedd Council to approve this application. To show your support, you can:
1. Write to the Planning Manager, Gwynedd Council, Arfon Area Office, Penrallt, Caernarfon LL55 1BN (If you like, you can get a sample letter, in English or Welsh, by contacting the club on 01248 725745, or email@example.com)
2. Sign, or help gather names, on the petition which is circulating around Bangor and will be available at matches over the holiday period (Again, copies of the petition are available from the Club if you would like one for the workplace or for your friends to sign)
3. Sign our online petition here - and pass it on to your friends.(20 December 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 16 and 46. There is no winner of the £100.00 jackpot this week, so next week's prize goes up to £200.00. All recent numbers and winners on the TOTE page. (19 December 2004)
JUNIOR SCHOOLS: City’s Community Officer Lee Dixon is taking names for Junior Soccer Schools through December and into 2005. Sessions for 5 – 8 year olds are on Thursdays and 9 – 14 year olds on Tuesdays. The Club is also running Christmas fun days for juniors on 20, 21 and 22 December from 10 am - 3 pm. All sessions run by UEFA-qualified coaches, and are held at Maes Glas. To book a place, contact Lee on 01248 811508. (15 December 2004)
SPONSOR YOUR FAVOURITE PLAYER: With all to play for as the New Year unfolds, why not give your favourite player a boost by sponsoring him, or his kit, for the rest of the season. Player sponsorship costs £50.00 and kit sponsorship £40.00. You can see which players (and kit) are available to sponsor on the “First Team Squad” page on this site – to arrange your sponsorship deal, contact Brian.Lucas on (01492) 515002. (15 December 2004)
INTERNATIONALS HONOURED: Two of our promising young players were honoured as they received international caps from FAW vice-president J O Hughes before our recent win against Airbus UK. Carl Jones was presented with his Wales U-17 cap, whilst Les Davies received his U-21 cap - and celebrated by netting twice against the Wingmen in our 5 - 0 victory. (11 December 2004)
YOUNGTERS ON SHOW: There will be an opportunity to see some of the next generation of City stars as our Academy takes on the Stoke Academy on Tuesday 21 December at Farrar Road, KO 7.30 pm. Come down and support our youngsters and try to pick out the stars of tomorrow! (11 December 2004)
WE ARE HISTORY: bangorcityfc.com has been chosen by the National Library of Wales to take part in a pioneering project to archive websites so that they are available to researchers in years to come. A City spokesman said "We are delighted to be involved, especially as the National Library describes the site as an important part of Wales' documentary heritage". (11 December 2004)
A STAR IN THE EAST: Proof that Bangor City is known worldwide as Les Davies recently received a letter from Hong Kong fan Kevin Leung. A Club spokesman said, “We get messages from all over the world – but this is perhaps the first time an overseas fan has asked about one of our home-grown players. Les was thrilled to receive the message, and delighted to reply with a signed photo.” (11 December 2004)
PREMIER CUP: We will be entertaining Cardiff City in the quarter-finals of the FAW Premier Cup – game to be played in January and exact date to be arranged. (11 December 2004)
PART-TIME FANS ONLY: With half the season still to go, and plenty of thrills and spills still in store, why not save money in the New Year by buying a Bangor City half-season ticket now. Valid from 1 January 2005 for the remainder of the season, the ticket will cover all City home matches (including Cup games) played at Farrar Road and costs £44.50 for adult fans, £30.00 for senior citizens and students, and £12.50 for juniors under 18. To apply, please send your payment, along with full contact details and proof of status if applying for a concession, to Brian Lucas, 12 Ffordd Tirionfa, Old Colwyn LL29 9HA. Unwaged fans can also apply via City's Independent Supporters' Association - contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Nigel on 07944 694801. (11 December 2004)
CHANGE OF KO: Please note that our evening game against Aberystwyth on 7 December will now kick off at 7.45 pm, and not at the time previously advertised (5 December 2004)
YOUNGSTER'S RECORD?: At the tender age of 16 years plus just a few weeks, young Ben Ogilvy made an assured debut when he came on as sub to play his part in our recent 5 - 0 romp over WPL newcomers Airbus UK. Grizzled observers on the High Street terraces were left scratching their heads as they tried to remember a younger Citizen? As far as we know this is a record - or do you know better? (5 December 2004)
GWYN'S A HIT!: City President Gwyn Pierce Owen certainly made an impression on S4C's glamorous football presenter Amanda Protheroe Thomas when he appeared as a studio guest on "Y Clwb Pêl Droed" following our draw at Caersws last week. Enchanted by Gwyn's eloquence, off-camera Amanda wished that she could have him as a guest every week. If S4C can meet Gwyn's appearance fees, I'm sure we will be able to sort something out! (5 December 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 15 and 41. There is no winner this week, so next week's jackpot goes up to £400.00. All recent numbers and winners on the TOTE page. (28 November 2004)
FERGIE'S THOUSAND: Manchester United's forthcoming Champions' League match against Lyons (to be played on 23 November), will be Sir Alex Ferguson's 1000th at the helm of the Red Devils - and the landmark will certainly bring back memories for two City favourites. Clayton Blackmore and Peter Davenport were in Sir Alex's first United lineup, for a Division One match against Oxford United back in November 1986. For the record, the full United team was Chris Turner, Mike Duxbury, Graeme Hogg, Kevin Moran, Arthur Albiston, Paul McGrath, Remi Moses, Blackmore, Peter Barnes, Frank Stapleton, Davenport, and Jesper Olsen. Oh yes, the result? A 2 - 0 win to Oxford! (19 November 2004).
200 Club: The winner of the October draw is Mr Owen of Bangor, who scoops £227.50 (16 October 2004)
CLAYTON ON TALKSPORT: Evergreen City defender Clayton Blackmore was a surprise participant in a recent phone-in on TalkSport radio. Clayton added his opinion to the debate on Brian Robson's recent appointment as manager of WBA, but also took the opportunity of promoting Bangor City and mentioning that he was at that moment preparing for our Premier Cup tie against Connah's Quay Nomads. (15 November 2004)
APPEAL FOR INFORMATION ABOUT NAPLES HERO: Young Leonie Davies of Bangor has contacted us requesting information about her grandfather Leonard Davies who captained City during their epic European tussles with Italian giants Napoli during the 1960s. Leonie's father, also called Leonard, was a City keeper a few years later. If any fans have memories about Leonard Davies senior, please send them to us at the usual Club address, and we'll make sure that they get passed on. (15 November 2004).
ACADEMY GRADUATE ON THE FRINGES: 16 year-old Ben Ogilvy from near Pwllheli is just one of the Bangor City Academy players now on the fringes of first-team squad selection. Manager Peter Davenport says that, "Ben has a good left foot, is strong in the air and is keen to succeed", but whilst praising Ben's attitude, City Academy Director Mel Jones also warns that, "the real hard work starts here for Ben to achieve his true potential." Ben, and other promising youngsters from the Academy, have been training with Bangor's first-team squad for the past month or so, and, according to Peter Davenport, forming closer links between the youth set-up and the first team is a vital part of ensuring that playing for Bangor City is a natural progression for the best in local footballing talent. (15 November 2004)
ABER GAME REARRANGED: Our home game versus Aberystwyth, previously postponed, will now take place on the evening of Tuesday 7 December (15 November 2004)
ABER GAME OFF: Our game against Aberystwyth, scheduled for this coming Saturday, 13 November, has been postponed, due to the Mid Wales side's ongoing Welsh Cup commitments. (8 November 2004)
WELSH CUP FOURTH ROUND DRAW: If we succeed in overcoming Dinas Powys on 7 November, our oppoents in the fourth round of the Welsh Cup will be current League leaders Total Network Solutions. All to play for! (6 Novemebr 2004). Now confirmed - TNS v Bangor on Saturday 5 February 2005, KO 2.30 pm. (8 November 2004)
GARSIDE SIGNS: We are delighted to announce the acquisition of 19 year-old defender Craig Garside. Craig joins us from Colwyn Bay having previously been on Everton's books alongside City winger Morgan Jones. He has also represented and captained Wales at a number of junior levels. This signing is another example of manager Peter Davenport's determination to spot the best in young regional talent, following the Club's success in snaring striker Tony Gray and the continuing development of midfielder Mark Connolly. Craig will be available for the forthcoming Premier Cup match against Connah's Quay Nomads. More about Craig on the "First Team Squad" page. (6 November 2004)
YOUTHS' VICTORY: Bangor City Youths were comfortable winners against visitors Newtown in a recent Welsh Youth Cup fixture. Peter Davenport was amongst those at Farrar Road as Mel Jones' side ran out 4-2 winners against the young Robins side with two goals each from Craig Tipton and Iwan Jones. Thanks to www.citizens-choice.co.uk for this item (3 November 2004)
SUPPORTERS' GIFT: City Supporters' Association members has recently presented the Club's Youth Academy with over £250 worth of training equipment. This is just one of many recent donations made by the fans' association to various sections of the Club, and all these gestures are greatly appreciated. The presentation was made to Academy Director Mel Jones by Supporters' Association members Nigel Pickavance and Michael Ishmael, who also took the opportunity of drumming up support for the Association amongst the young players present. To find out more about the Supporters' Association, click the link on the left. (3 November 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 7 and 49. There is one winner (tbc), of the £100.00 prize this week, so next week's jackpot remains at £100.00. All numbers and winners on the TOTE page. (31 October 2004)
PREM CUP: Our second round FAW Premier Cup tie against Connah's Quay will be played on Tuesday 9 November at Farrar Road, KO 7.30 pm. This competition is the most lucrative in Welsh football, with a £100,000 prize to the winners, with the opportunity also for WPL clubs to test their mettle against Welsh clubs who play in English football as Cardiff, Swansea and Wrexham all enter the competition in its later stages. (31 October 2004).
WHITFIELD TO AIRBUS: Goalkeeper Paul Whitfield has left the Club and moved to Airbus UK. Bangor City would like to wish Paul all the best for the future. (25 October 2004).
MATCH OF THE DAY: Our away fixture against TNS to be played on 30 October has been selected as the main feature game on S4C's Y Clwb Pêl-Droed. So, come down to Y Treflan, Llansantffraid next Saturday and get yourselves in front of the cameras making a noise for City - then watch the highlights on TV - either on Saturday evening or repeated on S4C Digital (channel 104) at around 11.00 pm on Monday. An unusual feature of the game will be that referee Callum Murray from the Scottish Football League will be officiating - part of an innovative exchange programme devised by the WPL and Scottish League counterparts. (23 October 2004).
MATCH OFF! Our home match against Port Talbot, scheduled for 23 October, is postponed due to bad weather. (23 October 2004)
FAMOUS MANAGER: One of Wales' most famous football managers was interviewed live from Farrar Road on last Tuesday's edition of the S4C magazine programme Wedi Saith. No, it wasn't John Toshack. Brian Flynn, Gary Speed or anyone else being mentioned for the vacant national team job - nor should current City boss Peter Davenport feel worried! The manager in question was Arthur Picton, alias actor John Pierce Jones, boss of fictional team Bryncoch FC who appear in the Welsh-language comedy Cmon Midffild! The feature was to promote a forthcoming special to be broadcast this coming Christmas. (22 October 2004)
WELSH CUP OPPOSITION: Welsh League Division One outfit Dinas Powys will be our opponents in the 3rd Round of the Welsh Cup, the game to be played on Sunday 7 November, KO 2.00 pm - and not the date and time previously advertised. Dinas Powys conquered South Wales opposition Risca and Gelli FC in the 2nd round of the competition. (22 October 2004)
ACADEMI MENAI: Bangor City FC took part in a presentation event held at local college Coleg Menai, as part of the joint initiative between the Club, Llanelli RFC and the college to identify and support the area's most promising football and rugby players. More information about Academi Menai on the Academy/youth pages on this website. (17 October 2004)
FAW PREMIER CUP: Connah's Quay Nomads will be our opponents in the 2nd round of this potentially lucrative competition.The tie will be played at Farrar Road on 9/10 November (exact date to be confirmed). (16 October 2004)
200 Club: The winner of the September draw is Mrs Roberts of Gaerwen, who scoops £227.50 (16 October 2004)
FRESHERS FOR FREE: The gate at our game against Haverfordwest was boosted by first year students from the University and Coleg Menai who received free match-day passes. Over 70 students took advantage of the offer and the Club hopes that what they saw will encourage them to become regular (paying!) supporters. Matchday passes had been distributed through the Coleg Menai Sports Department and at the University Freshers' Fair where the Club also had a merchandise stand. (10 October 2004)
STORMIN' SOUNDS: Supporters might have noticed pre-match and interval music rather more contemporary than the usual (rather MOR) diet being broadcast at Bangor's recent match against Haverfordwest. This was thanks to Storm FM, Bangor Univeristy's radio station, which kindly agreed to sponsor the match. The arrangement with Storm is just part of the Club's drive to forge even stronger links with the University - a partnership which has netted the Club enthusiastic support and some more-than-useful players over recent years. (10 October 2004)
GET GREAT ONLINE BARGAINS - AND SUPPORT BANGOR CITY: City has recently joined an exciting fundraising initiative that could generate us significant funds. We now have a webshop www.buy.at/bangorcityfc which links to many high street retailers' websites, and BCFC earns commission from these! Retailers involved include: Marks and Spencer, Amazon, Oddbins and many more. Other groups rake in an average commission of 2 pounds per purchase and we should benefit similarly! So get shopping - and go to www.buy.at/bangorcityfc (3 October 2004)
CITY SCOOP STRIKER GRAY: City manager Peter Davenport has again acted decisively to plug gaps in the squad with the signing of young striker Tony Gray, who joins us from West Cheshire League side Newton. More about Tony on the "first team squad" page (28 September 2004)
GET GREAT ONLINE BARGAINS - AND SUPPORT BANGOR CITY: City has recently joined an exciting fundraising initiative that could generate us significant funds. We now have a webshop www.buy.at/bangorcityfc which links to many high street retailers' websites, and BCFC earns commission from these! Retailers involved include: Marks and Spencer, Amazon, Oddbins and many more. Other groups rake in an average commission of 2 pounds per purchase and we should benefit similarly! So get shopping - and go to www.buy.at/bangorcityfc (27 September 2004)
GREAT SCOTT: City are delighted to announce the signing from Caersws of left-sded midfielder Kevin Scott. Kevin will be available for selection at our forthcoming Premier Cup game against his former Mid Wales rivals Newtown. For more information about Kevin, go to the "first team squad" page. (27 September 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 10 and 38. There was no winner, so next week's jackpot goes up to £900.00. Previous numbers and winners on the TOTE page. (26 September 2004)
WELCOMING A NEW 'KEEPER: Goalkeeper Richard Acton has joined us from TNS and got off on the right foot by keeping a clean sheet in our 4 - 0 vistory at Cefn Druids. For more information about Richard, go to the "first team squad" page. (25 September 2004)
AUTUMN SOCCER SCHOOLS: The Club has restarted its successful and popular series of soccer schools which will be running throughout the autumn school term. At the sessions, local youngsters get the opportunity to learn and develop their footballing skills under the expert guidance of UEFA-qualified coaches. Through the autumn term, sessions will be held at Maes Glas, Ffriddoedd Road, Bangor on Thursdays between 4 - 5 pm for 5 - 8 year olds, and on Tuesdays between 4 - 5 pm for 9 - 14 year olds. Contact the Club's Community Officer Lee Dixon on 01248 811508 for further details, or e-mail email@example.com. (23 September 2004)
HOTSPOTS: Journalists with wireless internet-enabled computers can now send their match reports quickly and easily from a number of WiFi hotspot locations located near Farrar Road. According to the WiFi 411 Online Hotspots directory, the Waterloo, Black Bull and Old Glan pubs all have this facility, so thirsty hacks can have a drink as well as file their copy after the final whistle. (21 September 2004)
WELSH CUP - We have been drawn to play nearby North Wales coast neighbours Penmaenmawr Phoenix in the second round of the Welsh Cup - fixture date Saturday 2 October, KO to be confirmed. (19 September 2004).
FRESHERS' FAIR: The Club and the Supporters' Association will have a joint presence at Serendipity, Bangor University Freshers' Fair, on Wednesday and Thursday 22 and 23 September in the Students' Union building. If you're a new student, an existing student, or not a student at all and just happen to be in the area, why not drop by and say hello. (15 September 2004).
PREMIER CUP: Confirmation that our Premier Cup tie against Newtown will be held on Tuesday 5 October, KO 6.55 to accommodate TV schedules. The game is to be broadcast live - so why not set the video, travel to Latham Park to ensure a great atmosphere and cheer on the lads - then watch the game again when you get home! (15 September 2004)
200 Club: The winner of the August draw is Mr Roberts of Abergele, who scoops £225.00 (12 September 2004)
COMINGS AND GOINGS: City are delighted to welcome back defender Phil Baker from Conference (North) outfit Droylsden. The talented centre back who previously played for City during 2003 has meantime been plying his trade for Exeter and Aberystwyth amongst others. Meantime, City bid farewell to left-sided midfielder Aled Rowlands who has left the Club. Aled had been a faithful servant to Bangor City for a number of years, but had recently suffered more than his fair share of injuries. The Club would like to record its thanks to Aled and wish him all the best for the future. (9 September 2004).
DOGAN FAMILY RECORD: Young Bangor midfielder Gareth Dogan created a bit of footballing history when he came on as a late substitute during City's recent Loosemore's League Cup tie against Caernarfon. Gareth became the fourth generation of his family to wear the famous Bangor shirt, following in the footsteps of great-grandfather Thomas, grandfather Eddie and dad Chris, who turned out for the reserves in the 1980s. (3 September, 2004)
TOTE: Numbers 44 and 47 were drawn in this week's Bangor City TOTE. There was no winner, so next week's prize goes up to £500.00. Previous TOTE results on the TOTE page. (29 August 2004)
PREMIER CUP DRAW: City will face tricky Mid-Wales opposition as we have been drawn to travel to Latham Park, Newtown, in the first round of the 2004/5 Premier Cup. The match will be played during the week commencing 4 October. The Premier Cup pits We;sh Nationwide clubs, Welsh Premier Clubs and "exiles" against each other in a knock-out format, and in previous years has been worth a substantial cash prize to the winners. (29 August 2004)
FIXTURE CHANGE (AGAIN): The latest news is that the away leg of our League Cup tie against Caernarfon Town will now be played at the Oval on Tuesday 14 September, rather than the following day, as previously announced. (29 August 2004).
AWAY-STYLE REPLICA KIT LAUNCHED: The 2004 away-style replica shirt is now available. In Varsity red with white trim, this shirt is sure to be a popular addition to City's range of merchandise - see the complete range on our Club Shop page. All items are competitively priced, with discounts for Supporters' Association members. (29 August 2004)
"SHAKER" RETURNS. City Manager Peter Davenport has engineered the return of popular midfielder Simon "Shaker" Davies to Farrar Road. Former Manchester United, Rochdale and Macclesfield star Davies was Welsh Premier Player of the Season in 2002/3 during his previous spell with Bangor, where he was Club Captain and scored eight goals in 57 league appearances. Davies has spent the last year or so at Mid-Wales full-timers TNS, but is now available for selection for City's next game - this weekend against Porthmadog - and he is sure to be given a warm welcome back by Bangor fans. (26 August 2004)
BANGOR CITY - IN COLOUR! Full colour portraits of the 2004 Bangor City squad and individual players (like the ones we use on this site) are now available to order from the Club, price £3.00 (£2.75 Supporters’ Association members). Printed on A4-size glossy photographic paper, the portraits are the ideal souvenir for the City fan and just the job for the autograph collector. Orders and payment should be sent to the usual club address. (22 August 2004)
HARD-TO-FIND PROGRAMMES FOR SALE: Fans will know that the official programme for the Intertoto Cup match between City and Gloria Bistrita (21 June 2003) is difficult to find as it was believed that all copies had been sold about half an hour before kick-off. We have managed to get our hands on about 40 copies of the programme, 30 of which will be available at the Club Shop during Saturday's match against Welshpool, price £1.25. The remaining ten or so will be auctioned on Ebay. Fans far from home can also apply by e-mail or post (we'll accept postage stamps, not cheques, please, as payment), but personal callers on Saturday will be prioritised. (19 August 2004).
LES' CAP: Les Davies became the latest City player to win international honours when he came on as a late substitute in Wales U-21s' creditable 0 - 0 draw with Latvia U-21s, played recently in Riga. Les was the only Welsh Premier player to feature in the game, and during his time away with the squad, he rubbed shoulders with rising stars from clubs such as Arsenal, Manchester United, Cardiff City and Kaiserslauten. City's Clayton Blackmore is Assistant Manager of the U-21s. Read BBC Wales report on the match here. (19 August 2004)
FIXTURE CHANGES: There have been changes to Bangor City’s early season matches since the fixture list was originally published. City’s match against Welshpool on Saturday 21 August will now be played at Farrar Road, and the home and away League Cup clashes against Caernarfon will now be played on Tuesday 31 August and Wednesday 15 September respectively. The fixture list on this site is always updated with the latest amendments. (15 August 2004)
DOGAN FAMILY TREE: Young midfielder Gareth Dogan could be the fourth generation of his family to play for Bangor City, following father Chris, grandfather Eddie and great-grandfather Thomas. Gareth is now in City's first team squad and is one of several young local players out to catch manager Peter Davenport's eye. See the Western Mail report on this story by clicking here. (15 August 2004)
NEW REPLICA KIT LAUNCHED: The 2004 range of Bangor City merchandise was unveiled at the Supporters' Association's recent Fun Day. Nike-branded replica shorts and polo shirts line up alongside tried and tested favourites such as the club scarf, watches and photographs. All items are competitively priced, with discounts for Supporters' Association members. See the Club Shop page on this site for full details. (15 August 2004)
200 CLUB WINNER: Winner of the July '200' club draw is Mr Hughes from Bangor. He wins £222.50 on a total income of £890.00 for the month - 89 members.Thanks to all taking part - if you are interested / know someone who would like to join let us have their name and contact number - ring Brian on 01492 515002. See the 200 Club page on the left for more details. (12 August 2004)
SEASON TICKETS: 2004/05 season tickets are now available, same prices as last year and entitle you to entry to all home matches. Prices are - Adults £99.00, Senior Citizens and Students £60.00 with Children at £25.00 You can order through E Mail to the Club, ring Brian Lucas on 01492 515002 or just send a cheque, payable to Bangor City Football Club, to the main Club address. Please include name,address and telephone number in case of query (4 August 2004).
GOODALL GOES. Club captain and current Player of the Year Alan Goodall has left City to join Coca Cola League Two outfit Rochdale. Although we are sad to lose Alan, who has been one of Bangor's most consistent players in defence and midfield over the last few seasons, it's great to see City favourites progressing. (29 July 2004)
CITIZEN SMITH. City have confirmed the signing of Newtown striker Peter Smith. The 25 year old Rhuddlan born marksman began his career at Crewe Alexandra for whom he made 22 league appearances. He subsequently played at Macclesfield and Telford United before moving to Newtown, scoring 13 goals in 32 league matches last season. Peter made the best of starts for City with a hat-trick against Caernarfon last week. (With acknowledgements to www.citizens-choice.co.uk) (27 July 2004)
TOTE. This week's TOTE numbers are 3 and 19. There was no winner, so next week's prize goes up to £200.00. Previous weeks' winning numbers on the TOTE page (25 July 2004).
200 CLUB WINNER: Winner of the June '200' club draw is Mr Roberts from Anglesey.He wins £222.50 on a total income of £890.00 for the month - 89 members.Thanks to all taking part - could do with more members, if you are interested / know someone who would like to join let us have their name and contact number - ring Brian on 01492 515002. See the 200 Club page on the left for more details. (12 July 2004)
SEASON TICKETS: 2004/05 season tickets are now available, same prices as last year and entitle you to entry to all home matches. Prices are - Adults £99.00, Senior Citizens and Students £60.00 with Children at £25.00 You can order through E Mail to the Club, ring Brian Lucas on 01492 515002 or just send a cheque, payable to Bangor City Football Club, to the main Club address. Please include name,address and telephone number in case of query (6 July 2004).