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Bangor City FC Youth Development Plan
The Newly appointed Bangor City Youth Development Officer, Mel Jones has announced that trials will take place for next seasons' Bangor City Footballing Academy.
The footballing academy will be run under strict UEFA and FIFA guidelines and will consist of footballers aged 9 to 11. The Bangor City academy teams will play regularly against other academy sides.
The long term intention is to develop community football within the local area and for the academy to act as a feeder system for the Bangor City FC Reserves, First team and Girls Squads.
Bangor City have also announced that they intend to develop coach education within the area. The club are looking to sponsor individuals interested in gaining coaching qualifications such as Football Leaders award and UEFA B,C, and A licenses. Anybody interested in gaining qualifications is advised to contact the club.
From the 2001/2002 season, Bangor City will play "mirror games" with other LOW clubs. This means that for example if City play Newtown then Bangor City Juniors will play Newtown juniors before the senior match.
The Club has also arranged a "Ian Rush Soccer Finishing School" for the end of August. For further details contact Bangor City: 01248 3558
Bangor City FC Colts and associated junior teams
Bangor City Colts are the second team of Bangor City FC and play in the Welsh Alliance league. Led by manager, Steve Evans, they consist of talented locally based players, many of whom graduated from last year's successful under 17s side.
Bangor City are also proud to be associated with Maes-y-Bryn Junior Football Club. Maes-y-Bryn are one of the most famous youth football club's in North Wales. They have an illustrious history and are responsible for producing a number of professional footballers. Welsh under-21 striker, Matthew Tipton, currently with Oldham, is one successful example.
Maes-y-Bryn Bangor play in the Colwyn and Aberconwy League:
Dyma ail dîm Bangor ac maent yn chwarae ynn Nghynghrair Alliance Cymru. Dan arweiniad y Rheolwr, Steve Evans, mae’r tîm yn cynnwys chwaraewyr lleol addawol, nifer ohonynt wedi chwarae i dîm llwyddiannus dan 17 oed y llynedd.
Mae Bangor yn falch o’r cysylltiad efo Clwb Pêl-droed Ieuenctid Maes-y-Bryn. Maes-y-Bryn yw un o glybiau pêl-droed ieuenctid enwocaf gogledd Cymru. Mae i’r clwb hanes enwog ac mae nifer o bêl-droedwyr proffesiynol wedi cychwyn gyda’r clwb. Un ohonynt yw Matthew Tipton blaenwr addawol Oldham ac un sy’n chwarae i dîm dan 21 Cymru.
Mae Maes-y-Bryn yn chwarae yng Nghynghrair Colwyn ac Aberconwy: