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Established
1896 (126 years old)

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Soccer

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Stebonheath Park
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Llanelli, West Wales

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The Reds

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Welsh Cymru North-South
Welsh League Cup

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Upcoming Events
06 Dec 22 Llanelli  -  Trefelin
11 Dec 22 Abergavenny Town  -  Llanelli
17 Dec 22 Ynyshir Albions  -  Llanelli
27 Dec 22 Llanelli  -  Taffs Well
02 Jan 23 Taffs Well  -  Llanelli

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26 Nov 22 Goytre United  1 - 5  Llanelli
19 Nov 22 Llantwit Major  0 - 1  Llanelli
04 Nov 22 Llanelli  0 - 3  Carmarthen Town
28 Oct 22 Cambrian &  2 - 3  Llanelli
28 Oct 22 Cambrian and  2 - 3  Llanelli

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Llanelli Town Association Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Tref Llanelli) are a semi-professional Welsh football club that plays in the Cymru South. The original club was wound up on 22 April 2013 at the High Court in London following a petition presented by HM Revenue and Customs. They were reformed later that year as Llanelli Town AFC and played in the Welsh Premier League.The club finished 12th in the 2018/19 Welsh Premier League season (bottom of the league), and have been relegated after failing to gain a Tier 1 Licence. They play in the Cymru South for the 2019–20 season.

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Stebonheath Park (Welsh: Parc Stebonheath) is a multi-use stadium in Llanelli, West Wales with a capacity of 3,700. It is primarily used as a football ground and is the home of Llanelli Town A.F.C.. It was also used for athletics and Llanelli Amateur Athletic Club (Llanelli AAC) were based at the stadium. It is owned by Llanelli Town Council. From 2015 Raiders RL club used the stadium for their debut season in the Conference League South but are now based at the park on a permanent basis as they compete in the RFL professional tier as the only professional Rugby League team in South Wales.

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