FOR the second successive match Carmarthen suffered the agony of conceding a goal in the closing minutes to deny them the draw that they had battled keenly to secure, this time against a strong Connah's Quay side which has remained close to the top of the Welsh Premier League since the start of the season, having finished runners-up to TNS last term.

IF Carmarthen are to lift themselves out of the relegation places any time soon then Prestatyn, going into this match standing just one position higher in the Welsh Premier League table with only one win this season, should have been a most likely place to start getting more points. 

CARMARTHEN recognised the opening of their long-awaited new 3G surface at Richmond Park with this friendly fixture against Welsh League side Cwmamman United but overall it was hardly an exhibition of sparkling, celebration football befitting the occasion despite Town fielding a very strong side against a team that currently lies in the lower half of WL Division One.

Carmarthen Town FC  are delighted to announce that our Manager Mark Aizlewood  has agreed to stay at the club for another two years. This will take “Aize” to nearly eight years at the helm of the first team and will ensure that the transition for the team to 3G  will benefit from Aizes experience.


Not all views expressed on this site are necessarily those of Carmarthen Town AFC. All images are copyrighted to their respective owners and may not be reproduced without prior permission.

Our address

Richmond Park
Priory Street
SA31 1LR

Contact us

Contact forms

01267 610217


Carmarthen Town AFC are members of the JD Welsh Premier League, affiliated to the Football Association of Wales and the West Wales Football Association.