Proudly the Home of Champions once more, Jenner Park has been the setting for Barry's senior football club for more than 100 years.
The ground was built by Barry fans for their representative side to compete at the highest possible level - from the landmark meeting of November 1912, through the addition of the 'Town' suffix after World War II, to the addition of the 'United' suffix in recent times.
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.
Pictured is Jenner Park in 1996, following its modernisation earlier that summer. The temporary red stands behind each goal were brought in for the UEFA Cup tie with Aberdeen and subsequent Matthew Holtham Memorial Match against Manchester United.