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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

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

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

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

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, 2017 Welsh League, Division Two 1952, 1958, 2015 Welsh League, Division Three

Jenner Park (5 pages)

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 lan

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

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


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