Llandudno Junction

 







  Arriva Stadium
  Flyover Ground
  Victoria Drive
  Llandudno Junction
 

  Manager

   Iain Bennett
 
Secretary
  


 
Llandudno Junction is close to Llandudno and Conwy in North Wales.
  The football ground is clearly visible from the A546 as it connects Llandudno Junction with Deganwy.
  Leave the A55 at Junction 18 and follow signs for Deganwy A546 until you reach the roundabout where the Conwy Road crosses the river bridge to Conwy.
  At this point take the exit Ferndale Road and then Victoria Drive.
  

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  Llandudno Junction History & Honours

  This Llandudno Junction club is a relatively new one, formed as recently as 1975.
  The club was formed as Hotpoint FC and played a few miles away in the local Sunday League. By 1996-97 the club had switched to Saturday football and moved to Llanfairfechan in search of a better ground, and changed its name to Llanfairfechan Athletic.
  Two years later it returned to the Junction and set up its base at The Flyover Ground where it has remained ever since. In 1999 the club changed its name to Llandudno Junction FC.
  But although this relatively new club is not directly linked to older versions, a club called Llandudno Junction played in the North Wales Coast League Division One from 1910-27 before it folded.
  In 1937 another team of the same name played in the Vale of Conwy League Third Divison from 1937and played on until in 1954 it merged with Conwy to form Borough United.
  Back to modern day and as the league positions show Junction accepted promotion from the Welsh Alliance after the finished second behind Glantraeth who declined promotion - and subsequently folded.

   

 
Llandudno Junction Playing Record 2006-17
 
Season
Competition
Pos
P
W
D
L
F
A
Pts
1
2006-07
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 112th
28
7
4
17
44
80
25
2
2007-08
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 115th
28
6
5
17
38
77
35
3
2008-09
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 16th
32
17
5
10
86
54
56
4
2009-10
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 13rd
30
17
6
7
83
37
57
5
2010-11
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 115th
30
8
10
12
54
65
34
6
2011-12
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 110th
30
9
7
14
60
71
34
7
2012-13
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 114th
28
8
2
18
42
69
26
8
2013-14
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 1
12th
28
6
9
13
46
66
27
9
2014-15
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 1 2nd 30
17
5
4
77
39
56
10
2015-16
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 1 2nd 30
21
7
2
86
37
70
11
2016-17
 Welsh Alliance Football League Division 1 2nd
30
18
3
9
79
47
57

 
Manager:  Iain Bennett

 
Experienced coach Iain Bennett has worked at Buckley Town and with the academy side at Connahs Quay Nomads.
  He has managerial experience with Rhyl reserves and further afield spent a spell in Austrilia coaching Brisbane City under 13s.




UPDATED AUGUST 2017


Llandudno Junction
Player Pen Pictures 2017-18

GOALKEEPER
 Keighan Jones
  A lanky young goalkeeper Keighan is a product of the Airbus UK academy who gained Welsh Premier experience with The Planemakers.
  He has also played for Caernarfon Town and Holywell Town.
  The Chester born glovesman was previously on the books of his home town team.

Dob
04
04
1997
DEFENCE
 Bryan Roberts
  A fullback or winger Bryan came through the youth system at Llandudno FC and was selected for the North Wales Coast FA Under 18s.
Dob
00
00
1990
 Sam Sinkinson
  A locally based defender Sam previously played for Conwy Borough and Glan Conwy.
Dob
15
01
1989
 Joel Hewitt
  Pacey right back Joel is one the club's longest serving players.
Dob
04
08
1989
 Connor Tierney
  A consistent left footed defender Connor was a member of the Llandudno side which won the Cymru Alliance title in 2015.
  He joined Junctioin during the summer of 2017 having also played for Conwy Borough.
Dob
09
02
1987
 Daniel Roberts
  A promising youngster Dan has represented Wales Colleges.
Dob
00
00
1990
 Rob Marshall Jones
  A no nonesense centre half whose previous clubs include Llangefni Town and Conwy Borough.
Dob
10
11
1988
MIDFIELD
 Sean McCaffery
  A promising young midfielder Sean is on loan at Junction from local Welsh Premier side Llandudno.
  His previous clubs include Penrhyn Bay.
Dob
19
06
1998
 Lee Ellis
  A pacey striker Lee was Llandudno Junction's leading goalscorer during the 2016-17 campaign.
Dob
 09
03
1995
 Joe Morgan
  A powerful goalscoring midfielder who can play in attack, Joe has previously played for local junior sides Glan Conwy and West Shore.
  He has Welsh Premier experience with Llandudno.
Dob
08
01
1983
 James Hobson
  A central figure in the Llandudno side, James previously played for Glan Conwy.
Dob
00
00
1990
 Marvin Pritchard
  Marvin joined Llandudno from Glantraeth where he had been part of their Welsh Alliance championship winning side in 2016-17.
  Marvin had previously played for Llanrug United.
Dob
19
01
1987
 Merrick Knight
  Midfielder or forward Merrick is in his second season with Llandudno whom he joined from Glan Conwy during the 2016-17 season.
Dob
00
00
1990
 Alun Roberts
  A vastly experienced midfielder Alun joined Junction from Llanrwst during the summer of 2017.
  His previous clubs include Llandudno and Conwy.
Dob
02
09
1982
FORWARDS
 Leigh Craven
  A Bangor born striker Leigh made a handful of Welsh Premier appearances for Airbus and Llangefni. His career began on schoolboy forms with Manchester United, and has since played for LA Legends in the USA and more locally Llandudno Town.
Dob
08
09
1987

 Dean Seagar
  A promising striker Dean has worked his way up through Llandudno's youth and reserve sides. He was a member of the NWCFA Youth side during the 2011-12 season.
  Dean has also played for Wales Colleges.
Dob
19
09
1994
 Adam Eden
  A young striker whose previous clubs include Prestatyn Town, Adam joined Junction during the summer of 2017.
  He has Welsh Premier experience with Cefn Druids, and previously played for Airbus, Bala Town and Buckley.
Dob
29
05
1992

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