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Information on Bangor City Football Club


Founded 1876   Ground Capacity 3200
Previous Names Bangor Athletic   Seating Capacity 750
Nickname The Citizens   Ground Record  11,000 v Cardiff City (Welsh cup, March 1951)
Previous Leagues Cheshire League   Pitch Size 118 x 75 yards
  Northern Premier   Colours Blue
  Conference (GOLA)     Red (Change)

Club Officers & Officials

Manager Peter Davenport   Chairman Ken Jones
Assistant Manager Steve Owen   President Gwyn Pierce Owen
Physiotherapist Andre Pepper   Secretary Alun Griffiths
Coach Steven Owen   Commercial manager  

Club Records

Record Transfer Fee Paid   £9000 for Karl Thomas (Runcorn) 1996
Record Transfer Fee Received   £22000 for Tommy Mutton (Swansea) 1999


Players who have progressed into the Enlgish Football League

Tony Coleman

A former Stoke City apprentice who made a handful of appearances for Tranmere and Preston prior to his move to Farrar Road in 1964.
After some sensational goals and impressive performances for City he moved to Doncaster Rovers and then Manchester City for whom he made 86 League appearances.

Barry Ashworth

Stockport born defender whose career began at Farrar Road in the early 1960s before a move to Southend in 1963.  Further transfers to Hartlepool, Tranmere and Chester City before returning to mastermind Bangor's escape from relegation from the NPL in the early 1970s.

John Hughes

Anglesey lad John was a Blackpool junior who moved from Bangor to Altrincham before taking in a spell with Stockport County before his return to Farrar Road where he once again scored goals season after season.

Neville Southall

Primarily a reserve at Farrar Road and initially no sign of the career to come with moves to Winsford and then Bury.  However mention his name to Everton fans or Welsh football followers and the word legend comes along, so too a ranking as one of the World's finest goalkeepers.

John McClelland

Tall Irish defender moved to Bangor to live and work after being released by Cardiff City.  His pace and composure had to be noticed sooner or later and it was Mansfield who took the gamble in 1978, before high profile moves to Rangers and Leeds United and International caps for Northern Ireland.

Mark Carter

Better known as Spike, a hard working striker signed from South Liverpool who moved to Runcorn, Barnet and then Bury where he retained his eye for a goal and extreme work ethic.

Player Club Joined Other EFL Clubs International Honours
Steve Johnson Bury Rochdale  
Alan Walker Millwall    
Neil Ellis Chester City Maidstone United  
Carl Dale Chester City Cardiff City  
Ray Woods Wigan Athletic Coventry City  
Alan Morris Chester City    
Kevin Mooney Bury    
Marc Lloyd Williams Stockport County Halifax, York City  Welsh B International
Neil Fisher Chester City    
Tommy Mutton Swansea City    
Gary Twynham Macclesfield    

Directions to Farrar Road, Bangor, Gwynedd

   Bangor City play in Bangor, North West Wales, on the Menai Straits as the A5 crosses onto Anglesey.   Bangor is approximately 50 miles West of Chester along the A55.
    If entering from Chester or Betws Y Coed direction follows signs into Bangor, pass the City Swimming Pool, approximately one mile further - with the Railway Station and Traffic Lights 100 yards directly ahead - turn left into
Farrar Road (one way) the ground is immediately on the left.

    If entering from Caernarfon follow signs for the City centre, turn left (one way) immediately under the railway bridge, take the right hand lane up to the railway station traffic lights.  Turn right at the lights and then (100yds) right again into Farrar Road.  The ground is immediately on the left.
   If travelling by train, alight at Bangor station, straight across the road at the traffic lights.  Walk 100 yards, turn right into Farrar Road - the ground is immediately on the left.

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