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[[[LIVE SPORT===]]!] Today: Barry v Aberystwyth live watch 05/08/2023


Among the most notable Barry matches played at Jenner Park have been European ties, domestic cup finals, major semi-finals and quarter-finals, FA Cup fixtures, televised matches, testimonials, high-scoring thrillers and friendlies against high-profile opposition. Comprised initially of two wooden stands, popular bank terracing was added in 1923 and floodlights added in the 1940s, allowing Jenner Park to host Wales' first floodlit football match between Barry and Newport in 1949–50. During the 1980s, the local council rebuilt Jenner Park, installing a synthetic running track, a new all-seater stand and improved floodlights. To bring Jenner Park up to UEFA standards, a second covered stand was built in the mid 1990s, boosting the seating capacity to 2, 500.




The resulting support from across the football community proved an invaluable asset as supporters strived to keep the club alive. Shortly after the close of the 2010–11 season, Lovering announced his fresh intent of withdrawing the first team from higher league competition. To prevent this, the Barry Town Supporters' Committee (BTSC) took complete control of all football and its funding; resulting in what became known to some supporters as the 'DIY Football' era. In the months that followed, the rejuvenated, fan-run Barry set-up enjoyed their most successful Welsh Cup campaign in several seasons; defeating rivals Merthyr Town at Penydarren Park and winning at Haverfordwest County in extra-time, before being edged out 3–2 at Newport County.


This was temporarily increased to 6, 000+ for the visits of Aberdeen and Manchester United with the use of temporary bleachers. Recent years have seen the addition of a special viewing area for wheelchair users in the grandstand (known colloquially as the 'Old Stand'), accessible via the stadium's Devon Avenue entrance. Meanwhile, October 2015 saw work completed on a new, state-of-the-art 3G pitch, with its inaugural game, a Welsh Cup match against Aberdare Town. Current squad[edit] As of 13 July 2023[5] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.


However, this arrangement would last only one season, as chairman O' Halloran performed a shock u-turn that saw the Barry first team return home; eventually accepted into Welsh League Division One for the 1993–94 campaign. Decade of dominance[edit] Barry (in yellow) in action in Lithuania in the summer of 1994 Barry's return to Jenner Park would spark the side's most successful period, as they earned immediate promotion to the top flight and a unique quadruple of Welsh League championship, Welsh League Cup, FAW Trophy and Welsh Cup (for the first time since 1955). The latter was one of the Town's most famous achievements, as they upset Football League Second Division outfit Cardiff City in front of 16, 000 spectators at the old National Stadium. Barry's reward for winning the Welsh Cup was a European Cup Winners Cup tie against Žalgiris Vilnius of Lithuania, but they crashed out 7–0 on aggregate.


Davies 1929–30 Welsh League Cup 28/04/30 Llanelly 0–1 N/A 1934–35 Gelli Colliery 2–0 Treorchy 1935–36 09/05/36 Whitlow (2), Carless 4, 500 1937–38 07/05/38 Lovells Athletic Carless (2), W. Jones 3, 000 1938–39 03/05/39 Carless, Green 4, 000 1946–47 05/10/46 Milford United 1–0 Clayton Haverfordwest 1952–53 09/05/53 Cardiff City Richards, Tapscott, Dyke 1953–54 08/05/54 Tonyrefail 7–0 Dyke (2), Allen, Powell, Foxton, Richards, Bright 2, 600 1954–55 Welsh Cup 15/05/55 19/05/55 Chester City 4–3 (R) Niblett (2), Goodfellow, Dyke 6, 766 8, 450 Wrexham 1958–59 09/05/59 Gwynfi Welfare 3–2 Sheffield (2), Bowkett Ton Pentre 1959–60 07/05/60 29/08/60 2–2 (A) 1–0 (H) Sheffield, Loader Sheffield 1965–66 23/08/66 07/09/66 Abergavenny 3–2 (A) 2–0 (H) Clark (2), Watkins Curtin, Bright 1975–76 27/04/76 03/05/76 Ferndale Athletic 1–1 (H) 2–1 (A) D.


Barry Town United FC – Aberystwyth Town FC: Live score


Aberystwyth Town vs Barry Town H2H - Livescore


Technical staff[edit] Position Name Manager Lee Kendall Coach Mike Cosslett Damian Flynn Lawrence Badman Assistant manager Dafydd Williams Kitman Matthew Case Championships[edit] The Barry first team with the Welsh League Division Three trophy in 2014. League of Wales / Welsh Premier League / Cymru Premier (7) 1995–96, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03 Welsh League Division One / Cymru South (10)1926–27, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1984–85, 1985–86, 1986–87, 1988–89, 1993–94, 2016–17, 2022-23 Welsh League Division Two (3)1951–52, 1957–58, 2014–15 Welsh League Division Three (1)2013–14 Southern League, Welsh Section (1) 1920–21 Championship seasons[edit] Season League Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Goalkeeper(s) Top Goalscorer Southern League 20 13 4 3 35 12 +23 30 Syd Beaumont Bill Bowen Bill Sanders 1982–83 Welsh League Division One 34 26 5 103 +68 55 Alan Harrington John Macey Steve Williams 1983–84 21 85 24 +61 47 Les Dickerson Matt Simpson 1984–85 32 8 91 29 +62 71 Trevor Nott 1985–86 23 9 0 84 +58 78 Richie Morgan Martin Goldsmith 1986–87 1 81 83 Chris Sander 1988–89 28 96 +76 88 Mel Donovan Paul Evans 1993–94 27 94 +66 Andy Beattie Steve Morris Dai Withers 1995–96 League of Wales 40 7 92 +69 97 Paul Giles Mark Ovendale Paul Hunter 1996–97 33 6 129 +103 105 Gary Barnett Tony Bird 1997–98 38 134 31 104 Eifion Williams 1998–99 2 82 +59 76 Dave Wells 2000–01 +54 77 Peter Nicholas Lee Kendall/Tony Tucker Jamie Moralee 2001–02 +53 Kenny Brown David Forde/Simon Rayner 2002–03 Welsh Premier League Abi Baruwa 2013–14 Welsh League Division Three 36 116 +87 90 Gavin Chesterfield Dan Bradley Jordan Cotterill 2014–15 Welsh League Division Two 22 +45 72 TJ Nagi 2016–17 69 18 +51 66 Mike Lewis Nagi/Drew Fahiya 2022-23 Cymru South 25 Kayne McLaggon Championship play-offs[edit] Competition Date Country Club Score Scorers Attendance Venue 22/09/21 19/10/21 Brighton & Hove Albion 1–1 1–2 Sanders Beaumont 2, 000 Unknown Millwall Cardiff This match pitted the winners of the Southern League's English and Welsh sections against each other to determine an overall champion.


Cups[edit] Welsh Cup (6) 1954–55, 1993–94, 1996–97, 2000–01, 2001-02, 2002–03 League of Wales Cup (4) 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–2000 FAW Premier Cup (1) FAW Trophy (1) Welsh League Cup (6) 1934–35, 1946–47, 1978–79, 1982–83, 1986–87, 1993–94 South Wales Senior Cup (15) 1925–26, 1926–27, 1937–38, 1938–39, 1952–53, 1953–54, 1958–59, 1959–60, 1965–66, 1975–76, 1977–78, 1983–84, 1986–87, 1987–88, 1991–92 West Wales Senior Cup (1) 1927–28 Welsh Blood Service Cup, National (1) Welsh Blood Service Cup, Southern (1) Cup finals[edit] Opponent 1926–27 South Wales Senior Cup 02/05/27 Ebbw Vale 4–0 Brittan (2), Cowie (2, 1P) Barry West Wales Senior Cup Swansea Town 3–0 Condon, Brown, B.


A memorable all-British tie with Scottish Premier League side Aberdeen was their reward and, after losing 3–1 to Roy Aitken's side at Pittodrie, the Welshmen were held to a pulsating 3–3 draw at a rain-swept Jenner Park; exiting the cup in thrilling fashion before a crowd of over 6, 000. The Barry squad of 1999 at Jenner Park, with the League of Wales Cup, FAW Premier Cup and Cymru Premier trophies. On the domestic scene, Barry were all-conquering, clinching a first treble of League of Wales championship, Welsh League Cup and Welsh Cup.


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