West End F.C.

West End Football Club is a football team, based in the Mayhill area of Swansea, Wales, Ardal Leagues South West, the third tier of the Welsh football pyramid.

West End
Full nameWest End Football Club
Founded1964
GroundPryderi Park Stadium, Mayhill
LeagueArdal Leagues South West
2018–19Welsh Football League Division Two, 15th from 16 (relegated)

HistoryEdit

Formed in 1964[1] by a group of local enthusiasts in a local public house (The Wellington) which was situated in the west end of Swansea and so the birth of West End AFC.

In 2004–05, the club won the FAW Trophy, defeating Rhydymwyn F.C. at Rhayader.[2]

Notable playersEdit

Alan Beer played for West End before later joining Swansea City.[3]

Jazz Richards played for west end before joining Cardiff city's academy

HonoursEdit

  • FAW Trophy – Winners: (2004–05), (2005–06)
  • Welsh Football League
    • Division 1 – Winners: (2012–13)
    • Division 2 – Winners: (2008–09)
    • Division 3 – Runner Up: (2005–06)
  • Swansea Senior Football League
    • First Division Champions: 1970–71, 1973–74, 1974–75, 1976–77, 1982–83, 1985–86[4] 1994–95; 1996–97; 1997–98; 1998–99; 1999–2000; 2002–03; 2004–05

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The Swansea Wellingtons – unofficial West End site
  2. ^ "Team information". Rhydymwyn. Huws Gray Alliance. Retrieved 21 June 2012.
  3. ^ Adam Farrell (the monk) goal keeper for Donny youth team until he turned his hand to boxing.Bob's 70–71 footballers – Swansea City
  4. ^ "Winners Archive 1928 – 2011". Swansea Senior Football League. Retrieved 29 December 2011.

Coordinates: 51°38′43″N 3°51′07″W / 51.645151°N 3.851810°W / 51.645151; -3.851810