Llanrhaeadr Football Club

Officials

Chairman –  Wyn Hughes

Secretary – Bryn Evans, Llais Afon, Pentref Llanrhaeadr  07917 912874, 01745 890543

Manager – Martin Baldry 07519 661255 Arfon Griffiths   07767 324728   

Sponsors

Meirion Davies Agricultural Merchants 01745 812400

Pentre Motors 01745 890543

Player Catchment Area

The parish of Llanrhaeadr(pre 1974)

Kit

Home – Shirts – Green and White stripes, Shorts – Black, Socks – Green

Away – Blue Shirts, Shorts and Socks

Facilities

Playing Field at Llanrhaeadr Primary School (see map)

After match hospitality – Kings Head

Honours

League Champions – 1937, 1949, 1955,1959,1966, 1968, 2002, 2003, 2013

Shield Winners – 1953, 1955, 1958, 1965, 1974, 1978, 1996, 2000, 2001

7-a-side – 1984, 1999

Junior 7-a-side – 1997

League’s Leading Goalscorer Ian Evans – 2010

History

Llanrhaeadr are one of the original members of the Summer League back in 1927 and when you consider that Bodfari and Trefnant are no longer freestanding, they with Llandyrnog share the distinction of being the only survivors from 1927.

Like many of the early Summer League clubs Llanrhaeadr had to rely on the kindness of local farmers for a pitches and at least 6 fields were used. In the late 80’s they were fortunate enough to be allowed to use the pitch behind the new school. Since then the pitch has matured to became a first class playing surface and with its central location in the Vale, together with Rhewl provide excellent locations for the Shield Finals 

The Llanrhaeadr catchment is based on the original Llanrhaeadr Parish; Generally it contains Llanrhaeadr, Pentre Llanrhaeadr, Prion, Peniel, Saron and parts of Cyffylliog.

Club Gallery

Location

From Denbigh take the A525 in a southerly direction, and Llanrhaeadr is situated 2 miles and the school is on the right just before you reach Pentre Llanrhaeadr.

From Ruthin take the A525 towards Denbigh and Pentre Llanrhaeadr is the next village after Rhewl on that road. The School and Playing Field is on the left immediately after you have passed through Pentre.