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1880 (143 years old)

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Halkyn Road
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The Wellmen

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Upcoming Events
04 Feb 23 Holywell Town  -  Chirk AAA
08 Feb 23 Mold Alexandra  -  Holywell Town
11 Feb 23 Holywell Town  -  Guilsfield
14 Feb 23 Prestatyn  -  Holywell Town
17 Feb 23 Buckley Town  -  Holywell Town

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28 Jan 23 Llanidloes Town  0 - 3  Holywell Town
21 Jan 23 Holywell Town  2 - 0  Gresford Athletic
07 Jan 23 Penrhyncoch  P - P  Holywell Town
02 Jan 23 Holywell Town  4 - 0  Porthmadog
07 Dec 22 Holywell Town  2 - 0  Ruthin Town

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Holywell Town Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Tref Treffynnon) is a Welsh football club from Holywell, Flintshire. They are nicknamed 'The Wellmen', and play their home games at Halkyn Road, Holywell. They play in the Cymru North.

Holywell Town were founding members of both the Cymru Alliance and the League of Wales (now known as the Cymru Premier) and enjoyed their best period in the top flight in the mid-1990s. For the 2019–20 season, they played in the third-tier Welsh National League (Wrexham Area) Premier Division after suffering relegation from the final season of the Cymru Alliance.

The 2014–15 season has proved to be one of The Wellmen's best season in its history, winning the Welsh Alliance League Division 1 title with three games to go at Llanrwst and ending the league campaign with a goal difference of +100 and winning all but three of their league games. They also won their second FAW Trophy beating fellow Welsh Alliance team Penrhyndeudraeth 4–2 at Llandudno's Maesdu Stadium, and achieved a Mawddach Challenge Cup victory, beating Llanrug United 3–2 at Bangor City's Nantporth Stadium to complete an unprecedented treble.

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