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Our Honours

Newtown AFC is one of the oldest football clubs in Wales and has a rich history that dates back to 1875.

  • Mid Wales League Winners
    1975/76, 1978/79, 1981/82, 1986/87, 1987/88, 1995/96
  • Mid Wales League Cup Winners
    1994/95, 1997/98
  • WPL Play-Off Winners
    2015
  • Qualifiers UEFA Cup/Europa League
    1996/97, 1998/99, 2015/16
  • League Cup Runners Up
    2011/12
  • Spar Mid Wales League Winners
    2008/2009
  • League of Wales runners-up
    1994/95, 1997/98
  • Montgomeryshire Cup Winners
    1995/96
  • Central Wales Cup Winners
    1992/93, 1993/94
  • Welsh Cup Winners
    1878/79, 1894/95

Our History

Present

2000

2000 to present day

Brian Coyne departed in 2003 and was replaced by Roger Preece, who produced three mid table finishes before being replaced by Darren Ryan. The former Barry Town midfielder helped Newtown survive relegation by four points,...

01-07-2000

1990

1990s

In the 1990/1991 season, the club played in the FA Cup for the first time, but their time in England ended in 1992. The FAW formed the Konica League of Wales with clubs returning to...

24-06-1990

1950

1950 to 1990

This era saw the Robins move to Latham Park, where they played their first game in 1951. The game saw Newtown beat rivals Aberystwyth Town 4-0 to see in a new era in the club’s...

24-06-1950

1900

1900 to 1950

They lost their third Welsh Cup final to Wrexham soon after, and then in 1904 they became founder members of the Montgomeryshire Amateur League. In the same season, George Latham, the club’s most famous son...

24-06-1900

1875

1875 to 1900

Newtown AFC is one of Wales’ oldest clubs with the first official record of them playing in a match being recorded in 1875. The club has enjoyed a long and successful history, and two years...

24-06-1875

From the beginning