Barry's championship aspirations have come to an end, but the club will have much to reflect positively on at the close of an exceptional season.
The Town wrap up their 2015-16 season this Saturday, hoping to give themselves the best possible chance of a third successive Welsh League title.
A full supporters' meeting has been called for Wednesday 20th April at the Jenner Suite, with discussion commencing at 7.30pm.
The club moved one step closer to a return to the Welsh Premier League today, after being awarded the Welsh Domestic Licence for 2016-17.
With three matches left to play, Barry Town United are a single point ahead in the race for the Welsh League Division One championship.
With the first team out of action, the Barry Town pan disability sides took centre stage at Jenner Park on Saturday for a pair of friendly fixtures.
Barry Town United AFC is proud to confirm and announce our official merger with Vale Ladies and Girls Football Club.
Following two successful years of the scheme, the club is happy to offer 2016/2017 Official Club Membership that runs until the end of next season.
Members of the Barry Town United senior, junior and pan disability teams were on hand at Jenner Park today to support a new world record achievement.
Barry's quest for a third consecutive championship and promotion to the Welsh Premier after a 12-year absence comes to a crunch on Saturday.
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