About Barry (1 page)

Barry is South Wales' most populated town; its 55,000 inhabitants putting it behind only Wrexham, Newport, Swansea and Cardiff in population. A hilly, seaside dwelling under seven miles from the capital, Barry's coastline peers towards the English reso

Admission (1 page)

Standard admission rates at the turnstiles for spectators during the 2015-16 season will be as follows: £5 adult £4 senior citizen/student £3 accompanied child Admission rates at the turnstiles for club members during the 2015-16 season will be

Advertising (2 pages)

Programme advertising rates for 2015-16 can be found below: Full Page Half Page Quarter Page Thank you to all of our recent programme advertisers. WheelieSmart.com The Penarth Motor Company Dinas Windows Ltd. AB Service Centre Bailey Auto S

Around The World

Thanks to everyone who have sent us photographs of their Barry replica shirts in exotic locations! Take a look at some of the links below for a selection of Town shirts on tour - or find them all on our Around the World section on Pinterest. Amsterd

Awards (4 pages)

Barry Town United have organised a number of highly-successful gala awards evenings over recent years; something the club hopes to continue across the coming seasons. Information on some of our recent awards events can be found below: 2015 Awards wi

Barry Town Supporters' Cup

The Barry Town Supporters' Cup is an annual competition, started after the Second World War when Barry supporters donated a challenge cup trophy to the administrators of the local league. The tournament is played under a traditional knock-out format ru

Charity (1 page)

Barry Town United is proud to be a patron of Edgar’s Gift; a charity set up in memory of inspirational 25-year old Ben Edkins, who passed away following a year-long fight with a rare and aggressive form of muscle cancer. The charity, founded by Ben�


For the majority of its existence, the Barry senior side has worn a predominantly green strip; something which stems back as far as the club's very origins. Indeed, legend has it that officials secured the inaugural playing kit from Plymouth Argyle, with


The club is pleased to announce that the Jenner Room is open again for refreshments on all Barry Town matchdays henceforth. Opening times for the facility, which overlooks the Jenner Park pitch, will be from 1.30pm to 4pm for Saturday fixtures and from

Community (1 page)

Barry Town United prides itself on being a community football club, and as such is aware of its responsibilities to the Barry community itself, along with its environment and facilities. Among the group's past initiatives have been a number of Communit

Crest (1 page)

The Barry Town United players' shirts bear the same crest as that used by the the Barry Town Council; a motif with considerable meaning to our town and our club. We hope this page will be able to explain the origins of the elements that comprise the badge

Domestic Licence

The club has moved one step closer to a return to the Welsh Premier League , after being awarded the Welsh Domestic Licence for 2016-17. The Domestic Licence is a mandatory requirement for all clubs seeking to compete at the highest level of Welsh dome

Fan Ownership

The 2015 AGM of Barry Town United AFC was held at the Jenner Rooms on June 4th, with around 60 enthusiastic attendees helping to shape the club's immediate future. The evening saw the club chairman, secretary, treasurer, programme editor and media offi

Former Players (3 pages)

Please find links below to a number of our former players still active at a national level. David Forde Millwall FC Adebayo Akinfenwa AFC Wimbledon Christian Doidge Dagenham and Redbridge FC Mike Flynn Newport County AFC Luke Sherbon A

Fundraisers (3 pages)

Fundraising Golden Goal tickets are on sale around Jenner Park prior to each Barry home match, at a cost of only £1 per card. Tickets can be purchased from agents Tim Johnson (East Stand) and Sheila Churchill (West Stand). Each ticket will contain

History (1 page)

Senior football first emerged as a popular pastime in Barry towards the end of the 1800s, as a host of teams using various names battled for regional supremacy. In 1892, a team named Barry District was formed, beginning a decade of football under vario


Southern League (Welsh) 1921 Welsh Premier League 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003 Welsh League, Division One 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1994 Welsh League, Division Two 1952, 1958, 2015 Welsh League, Division Three 2014

Ladies and Girls' Football

Barry Town United AFC is proud to confirm and announce our official merger with Vale Ladies and Girls Football Club. The merger will see over 230 girls joining our structure, with teams running at each and every age group from under 9 up to our female


The Barry Town United rollover lottery jackpot was recently won by supporter Andy Green, who scooped more than £2,000 in the process. Mr. Green, the Barry-based creativity guru behind the successful Barry IdeasBank, has been a regular at Jenner Park o

Match Sponsorship (3 pages)

Each match sponsorship package for 2015-16 includes free entry to the match and complementary matchday programmes, as well as front page programme, tannoy and website acknowledgement. Fixture and matchball sponsorship rates for 2015-16 can be found bel

Membership (3 pages)

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. By becoming a Member of Barry Town United, supporters can receive a number of exclusive benefits, while

Merchandise (1 page)

Replica home, away and goalkeeper shirts are now available to order in the adult sizes of Medium, Large, XL and XXL; with youth sizes also available on request. To order your shirt (£29.99 + postage if required), contact barrytownunited@live.co.uk, sp

Non-League Day

For the second consecutive season, Barry Town were part of the national Non-League Day in 2014; a nationwide event held annually during the autumn's international break. Designed to encourage fans of professional clubs to investigate their local amateu


* To operate as a non-profit entity; with all profits used for communal club objectives and none to be distributed to directors, members or other private stakeholders. * To nurture young talent in the area and develop a club ethos that emphasises good

Online Museum

It is sad to note that, under the club's previous regime, many of its unique artefacts and pieces of memorabilia have been inexplicably hidden or otherwise removed. However, with the club now in safe hands at last, we are hopeful of news of these item

Pan Disability Football

Barry Town United are delighted to announce a new partnership with the Vale Reds Disability FC that will see the clubs merge ready for the 2015-16 season. Vale Reds offer playing opportunities to children and adults with disabilities in the Vale of Gla

Player Sponsorship (2 pages)

The club is happy to confirm the continuation of its annual Player Sponsorship draw, with supporters able to sponsor a Barry player for £50 (home shirt) or £40 (away shirt). All sponsors will be entered into the draw, with names subsequently pulled o

Programme (1 page)

The award-winning Barry Town United AFC Matchday Programme, in association with Minuteman Press, is available at every home match for the bargain price of £1. Regular features include interviews with Town players, comments from the coaching team, exte

Radio (1 page)

Barry Town United are pleased to be associated with Bro Radio 98.1FM, a Barry-based community radio station, operated by around 40 volunteers under manager Gareth Sweeney. Bro Radio is the only station broadcasting live from Barry to its people and ke

Remembrance Day

A minute's silence was observed at Jenner Park on Saturday 1st November 2014, as the footballers of Barry and Chepstow Town paid their respects to the casualties of the Great War. Joined by representatives of the Royal British Legion, home captain Jame

Show Racism The Red Card

Barry Town United has been proudly working with Show Racism the Red Card since the summer of 2014. As part of the partnership, the Barry first team squad wore anti-racism warm-up tops prior to the August 2014 friendly against Cardiff City FC, as well a

Social Media

Barry Town United is proud to be something of an innovator on social media sites; using various platforms during crucial stages of the club's modern history to fight for its survival and growth. Social media presences related to the club can be found v

Supporters (1 page)

As a fan-owned football club, Barry Town United are proud to have a colourful, vocal and active fanbase, who are loyal to the core. Our supporters span a wide range of ages and backgrounds and have stuck with the club through the most difficult of circ

Team Selby

Barry Town United are proud to be associated with Barry's own World featherweight boxing champion Lee Selby and our players will proud sporting the 'Team Selby' logo throughout this season. Growing up in Barry en route to his professional debut in 2008


"There are two sets of fans I’ve come to love in the Welsh pyramid, those being the fans of both Port Talbot Town and Barry Town United. Both clubs have a large, vocal following who encapsulate everything I celebrate, resplendent in club colours, banner

Travel (1 page)

Our club is proud to enjoy an excellent relationship with Wheadon's Coaches, who are the club's official supplier of away coaches for matches of over 90 minutes' travelling distance. In recent seasons, Wheadon's have supplied Barry fans with transport

UEFA Academy

The club is delighted to announce that for the 2016/2017 season. Barry Town United will be applying for UEFA Academy status. In its first phase, the academy will comprise of under 10s, under 12s, under 14s, under 16s and a senior academy development te

We're Backing Barry!

Over the past several years, the town of Barry has been enjoying something of a resurgence; driven in part by a number of active and hard-working groups. Here are some of those who, like ourselves, are proud to say "we're backing Barry!" Barrybados

Yellow-Blue Army

Ahead of the coming season, the club we would like to introduce a new concept for Barry Town United; the Yellow-Blue Army. Starting on a modest scale and aiming to develop in time, we are initially looking for five additional and reliable volunteers (


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