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About the club

The first documented mention of football in St Asaph appears in a book “ Companion to Asaph”.. published in 1888. According to the author a club called St Asaph Football Club that had been in existence for some time became St Asaph Athletic Football Club in 1885.

In 1887 the team reached the final of the North Wales Junior Cup. At that time the team played at Elwy Park Grove, the present venue of St Asaph Football Club. The club currently competes in the third tier of Welsh football in the Ardal North West League.

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Junior Teams

We take great pride in our junior section and our teams who play in the Rhyl & District Junior league. The club has long committed to providing a safe, fun environemnt for children to play and develop their footballing skills. We support our junior coaches through their coach education with a hope to seeing some of our young stars represent the senior team in years to come.

Senior Teams

Having recently been awarded Tier 3 status, our First Team will play in the Ardal North West League during the 2020/21 season. The first’s are supported by the Reserve Team who will play in the Ardal Reserve Division this season.

Club News

October Draw


Our October 2020 draw for the supporters club has taken place. Thanks to all who’ve entered and congratulations to...

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Tier 3 Status Awarded


We’re delighted to announce that we have officially been placed in the new @fawales Tier 3 North West league...

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We’re looking for players that want to work hard and improve
Our reserves will be competing in the FAW Reserve League West and our First Team in the Tier 3 Ardal Northen League
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