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Last year's number one Shaun Pearson will remain at the club next season after he has agreed a contract extension.
Local lad Robbie Parry is the next player to sign for Llandudno.
Ex Bangor City and TNS man Jacob Farleigh is the next player to put pen to paper here at Llandudno.
Manager Matty Jones has confirmed yet another signing by ensuring former Conwy Borough defender Anthony Marshall joins the club.
We can announce today that Llandudno lad Bryan Roberts has signed for the club, after playing for Conwy Borough last season.
New manager Matty Jones' latest signing is attacking midfielder Aron Jones from Flint Town.
Sam Downey has joined Llandudno FC from Denbigh Town for the upcoming 2019/20 FAW Championship North season.
Former Conwy Borough defender Gerwyn Jones is Matty's latest signing at Llandudno as he puts pen to paper following a busy day at Llandudno.
Local lad Joe Carey has re-joined Llandudno FC after a spell at Holywell Town last season.
New manager Matty Jones has brought Scott McHarrie with him from Denbigh Town as the midfielder puts pen to paper with the club.
Manager Matty Jones has added Dean Seager to his squad as he leaves Conwy Borough to join Llandudno.
Llandudno FC are delighted to announce that Danny Hughes will be staying at the club next season, and will continue to captain the side.
Matty Jones has revealed that his assistant manager will be former Llandudno coach Stuart Howson for the upcoming 2019/20 league season.
Matthew Jones Appointed New Manager
Taylor-Fletcher Withdraws From Managerial Post
Llandudno FC are delighted to announce that Gary Taylor-Fletcher is the new manager of the club, following discussions that took place last week.
Academy Trial Dates Confirmed
Date Set For Llandudno Football Club AGM 2019
Llandudno travel to Llanelli Town in what is the last away game of the season, and also a chance to ensure that we don’t finish on bottom spot.
Applications Invited For Managerial Post
No Return For Manager Williams
The Easter Raffle has been drawn after the Cardiff Met game and the results are as follows!
After Llandudno’s 2-0 defeat away at Carmarthen Town last weekend, the club now has to prepare for like back in the Second Tier of Welsh football.
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.
Next Contact Date & Time Revealed For You To Get Involved
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.
Llandudno Football Club Easter Raffle
Llandudno have given themselves hope in the fight for safety after beating Llanelli 4-2 at the Giant Hospitality Stadium.
Mark Orme To Join 1st Team Coaching Staff
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.
Llandudno Football Club & LLS Team Up
Manager Williams Granted Compassionate Leave
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.
Llandudno FC Saddened To Hear News Of Passing of John Hardy
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.
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