Llanfair DC Football Club
President – Mike Halsall
Chairman – John Tudor 07977 074863
Secretary – Huw Price, Bro Fair, Graigfechan, 07748 905147
Director of Football – Roger Beech, Hen Gôr y Tyddyn, Pentrecelyn 0772 0772 209
Manager – Dylan Pugh, Llainwen, Pentrecelyn 07799 014297
Appeal Panel Rep. – Mike Halsall – 07833 602830
The White Horse Inn Llanfair D.C. 01824 707496
The Three Pigeons Inn, Graigfechan 01824 703178
S P Kell Chartered Accountants,Lon Parcwr Ruthin 01824 707747
G.J.Teeson Groundworks, Lon Parcwr Ruthin, 07837 371075 – 01824 702026
Player Catchment Area
The parish of Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd and parts of Pwllglas and Efenechtyd
Home:= Shirts – Red/Black shirts ; Black Shorts & Socks
Away := Shirts – White/Black; White Shorts & Socks
Football Pitch(LlanSiro) at Oaklands Bridge, Garthgynan, Llanfair DC(see map)
After match hospitality – White Horse , Llanfair DC
League Champions – 1989, 1992, 1999
Shield Winners – 1963, 1988, 2005, 2009
Llanfair first joined our league in 1959 when they became the first of the clubs from the then defunct Ruthin Summer League clubs to join our League. For many years previously the League had just eight teams from an area North of Ruthin and within the Vale of Clwyd. Llanfair played on the Plas Newydd field across the road to their current pitch. Unfortunately they were forced to resign from the League after five years when they lost their pitch.
They rejoined the League in 1981 when they were able to use the Llysfasi pitch; they moved to the current pitch about 5 years ago which, ideally, is only 300 meters from the centre of the village. The Llanfair catchment is based on the original Llanfair Parish containing the villages of Llanfair, Graigfechan and Pentrecelyn.
They have a mix of very experienced players and a few youngsters – many of the team played in their last championship winning team of 1999 – since then they have won the North Wales Times knockout shield twice including the 2009 triumph in Rhewl against Cefn.
Llanfair is a village 2 miles from Ruthin ; take the A525 in the Wrexham direction from Ruthin; then once you reach the village and pass the White Horse Inn on the left, take the next left turn. The pitch is about 300 meters after you leave the main road, on the right hand side.