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The winners of the Llandudno Lotto for the month of March is as follows:
It's Carmarthen Town up next in the Welsh Premier League, where a defeat would mean Llandudno lose their spot in the JDWPL.
The club are happy to announce that Llandudno FC have again been granted the FAW Tier One and UEFA license.
Winger Alun Webb has picked up March’s POTM award after he won the poll which also included January signings Yalany Baio and Les Davies.
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Llandudno face Aberystwyth Town in the Welsh Premier League, after two weeks since the draw away at Cefn Druids.
Last night, the draw for February’s lotto winners was conducted.
Toby Jones will miss the rest of the season through injury after being forced off last Friday night.
Llandudno had to come from behind to keep the fight for safety alive after goals from Sam Dool and Alun Webb were enough for the point.
Llandudno travel to Cefn Druids on Friday night in what is another crucial game in the fight for safety
Llandudno have made it to the JD Welsh Cup quarter-finals for the second time in a row and TNS are the team between them and a place in the semis.
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Llandudno have given themselves hope in the fight for safety after beating Llanelli 4-2 at the Giant Hospitality Stadium.
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Llandudno host Llanelli Town on Saturday afternoon in what is another relegation six-pointer and a chance to move off the bottom of the league.
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Llandudno travel to Met this weekend after picking up a first win of Phase Two last weekend, and are now three games unbeaten in all competitions.
Llandudno picked up a crucial 3-1 win against Carmarthen Town in the first home game of Phase Two.
The January lotto winners have been revealed!
Llandudno FC are delighted to announce the signings of Yalany Baio and Sameron Dool to the club.
Llandudno are back in action after a two week break and it’s the JD Welsh Cup and a trip to Llangefni in front of a possible quarter-final spot.
After a disappointing Phase One, the club will be hoping for a better start to Phase Two in the Welsh Premier League.
Saturday marks the end of Phase One in the Welsh Premier League as we host Cardiff Met at the Giant Hospitality Stadium.
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Llandudno FC can announce that their will be a friendly on Tuesday the 15th of January at the Giant Hospitality stadium, where we will host Ynys Mon
Mark Cowan has been appointed as the club’s new assistant manager.
Llandudno travel to fellow strugglers Llanelli Town next in the Welsh Premier League as we look to move off the bottom of the table.
Llandudno FC are delighted to announce the signing of Les Davies.
Llandudno are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Tom Owens, subject to international clearance.
Forward George Harry has been voted for by the fans as the club’s Player of the Month for December.
After playing them just three days prior at the Oval, Llandudno have drawn against Caernarfon for the second time this season.
Llandudno are delighted to announce the signing of Ryan Wade, subject to international clearance.
Llandudno welcome Welsh Premier League holders TNS to the Giant Hospitality stadium on Saturday in a game that kicks off the Christmas period.
Llandudno travel to Newtown in an attempt to turn around their fortunes after picking up their first win since the start of October.
Llandudno will face Llangefni Town away in the last sixteen of the JD Welsh Cup next month after successfully seeing off Briton Ferry last round
Llandudno progress to the next round of the JD Welsh Cup after seeing off Briton Ferry, despite going a goal down in the first fifteen minutes.
Llandudno are back in Welsh Cup action having reached the quarter final stage last season and it’s a trip to Briton Ferry in this year’s third round.
Llandudno were comfortably beaten by league leaders Connah’s Quay as we remain bottom of the pack in the Welsh Premier League
Llandudno travel to league leaders Connah’s Quay Nomads on Saturday in an attempt to find that elusive win that the squad is craving.
Gary Taylor-Fletcher has taken the decision to join Bangor City as their manager meaning he leaves the club with immediate effect.
Llandudno U19s beat Connah’s Quay U19s on Sunday to progress to the Quarter-Final of the FAW Youth Cup.
Our new left-back Steve Thomas, signed from Holywell Town in the Summer, has caught up with us recently to give his thoughts on how he’s settled in.
Iwan Williams' side will host Glan Conwy on Thursday night in a friendly during the two-week break from Welsh Premier League action.
Carmarthen beat Llandudno after a late winner from Ceri Morgan gave the South Wales team all three points.
Llandudno welcome fellow strugglers Carmarthen to the Giant Hospitality on Saturday afternoon in a crucial fight for three points.
Fourth placed Bala Town travel to the Giant Hospitality next in the Welsh Premier League as Llandudno look to get some much needed points.
Llandudno FC are delighted to announce the signing of former Blackpool striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher on a contract that is initially until January.
Llandudno FC have signed Ben Clark from TNS on a short term loan deal and the player will be eligible to play against Barry Town.
Llandudno travel to third placed Barry Town on Sunday in an attempt to do the double over the South Wales outfit.
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