Cefn Albion are a football team from the village of Cefn Mawr which is near Wrexham in North Wales. Albion was formed in 2013 to give local lads the opportunity to represent their village on a Saturday afternoon. At present we have two adult teams who play in the Welsh National Premier and Reserves and colts divisions.

Latest News from the #Albion Camp

Welcome to the new website for Cefn Albion F.C! Here you will be able to keep up to date with all the latest news from within the camp, our website will offer up to date information regarding history, the ground, fixtures & results, league standings, team information with players and staff profiles, our sponsors, social media news and contact information. #UPTHEALBION

Confirmed Sponsorship for the 2017/18 season

With regards to the general running of the football club last season we made significant progress which is full credit to our hardworking voluntary team off the field. Financially the football club are in a good place thanks to generous sponsorship deals and other fundraisers such as Lucky Sixes and the football envelopes to name just a few. As …

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Fancy Dress Bike Ride For Shooting Star

On Sunday 27th August people connected to Cefn Albion football club will participate in a fun filled charity bike ride to raise money for the Shooting Star Cancer unit in Wrexham Maelor hospital. In some way or another many of us would have been affected or know someone who has been affected by Cancer so we really want to encourage everyone to make…

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2017/18 Presidents Cup Final

FC Queens Park v Cefn Albion Stansty Park (Lex) KO: 14:30 This Saturday (5/8/17) our first team compete in their first competitive fixture as they travel to Stansty Park to take on FC Queens Park in the Presidents Cup Final.  The ‘park’ who were crowed 2016/17 Welsh National League Premier Division league Champions are now members of the Cymru All…

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Albion and Druids Friendly raises £540 for Local Residential Home

On Friday evening (28th of July 2017) representatives from both Cefn Druids and our football club Cefn Albion, two local football clubs from the village of Cefn Mawr visited local residential home Plas Bod Llwyd to hand over a cheque for the sum of £540. Pictured on the right is John Hughes (Cefn Druids chairman), Tracey Roberts (Carer at the home)…

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Cefn Mawr Residential Home to benefit from Druids v Albion Preseason friendly

Cefn Druids v Cefn Albion The Rock| KO:19:30 | 26/07/17 As most people will already know we recently linked up with our Welsh Premier League neighbours Cefn Druids AFC in a bid to grow stronger links between two local clubs. In addition to the exciting footballing opportunities that this will bring we are hoping that the decision will be well rec…

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