Address

Address:
Canolfan Field Glanaman Road Cwmaman Aberdare CF44 6HY
Directions:
Seated:
Standing:
Telephone:
(M) +447917783920

Contacts

Club Secretary:
Christopher Carson 07917783920 chriscarson014@aol.com
Alternative Contact:
Scott Woodford 07738 718 950 scottwoodford@live.co.uk

History

Team colours:

(H) Royal Blue/Yellow Trim Shirts with Blue Shorts and Blue socks

Goalkeeper: Green

(A) Red Shirts with Black Shorts and Socks

Goalkeeper: Green

Club History

The club were founded in 1965 as Ivy Bush, winning the Aberdare Valley League in 1968–69, before changing the name of the club to FC Cwmaman in 1976. Following the change of name. the club saw a period of success with three successive seasons where they finished champions of the league. They applied to join the South Wales Amateur League on a number of occasions and were turned down, before in 1983 they were admitted to the league. In 2000 the club changed its name to Cwmaman Institute. After a number of seasons where the club finished at the top part of the table, in 2006–07, they were champions of Division One, gaining promotion to the Welsh Football League. At the end of the 2010–11 season they finished as runners-up in Division Two, gaining promotion to Division One. In 2011 they received an undisclosed percentage of the proceeds from the Stereophonics pre-Christmas gigs.

The club then had three successive seasons when they were relegated, finishing 14th (of 16 teams) in their only season in Division One, followed by finishing bottom of Division Two the following season and second from bottom of the Division Three, and hence left the Weish League. The club joined the South Wales Senior League in Division One for a singular season before moving to the newly formed South Wales Alliance League in Division One for the 2015–16 season. The club then changed its name back to being called FC Cwmaman

The club were promoted to the Premier Division at the end of the 2019–19 season after a third place finish in Division One.

Honours
Welsh Football League Division Two – Runners-up: 2010–11
South Wales Amateur League Division One – Champions: 2006–07
Aberdare Valley League – Champions: 1968–69

Latest Results

a
la 18 touko
2 – 3 W
a
ke 15 touko
2 – 1 L
h
ke 8 touko
0 – 1 L

Highadmit Projects South Wales Alliance Football League newsletter

Keep up-to-date with our exclusive email newsletters.

Subscribe