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 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

First Team Physio Wanted

We are actively seeking a first team physio to get on board at Cefn Albion football club, anyone interested in the role should please get in touch via our social media platforms or email cefnalbionfc@gmail.com. It's a brilliant opportunity to join a community club and gain great experience at a good level within Welsh football. Thank you! #UPTH…

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Deano embracing Comet

Most will be well aware of the recent FAW pyramid restructure that was introduced for the new 2019/20 season and also the introduction of a new football management system called “Comet” that came with these changes. Currently being used by over forty other nations Comet is a system believed to be well proven.  With the introduction of Comet, it wo…

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Alder Hey and the Christie hospitals benefit from a successful charity gig organised by Cefn Albion

*** ALDER HEY AND THE CHRISTIE HOSPITALS BENEFIT FROM A SUCCESSFUL CHARITY GIG ORGANISED BY CEFN ALBION ***   Cefn Albion Football club are pleased to announce that the Marblehead Johnson a gig held at the Cefn Mawr Community Social Club on Friday June 7th, 2019 in aid of Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Charity Children’s and Manchest…

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Cub Statement 15/07/19

Following on from the official club statement released by CAFC on 12/7/19 the following statement has today (15/07/19) been released by the Football Association of Wales: https://www.faw.cymru/…/statement-disciplinary-hearing-stm…/ It confirms that all charges relating to racism were found not proven. We would like to reiterate that "as a club, …

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Club Statement 12/07/19

On Monday 8th July 2019 a disciplinary panel of the Football Association of Wales (FAW) met in mid-Wales to consider the initial charge brought against Cefn Albion Football Club for the alleged racial or other discriminatory behaviour, conduct or language of Its supporters whilst attending the FAW Trophy Semi Final match between Cefn Albion FC and …

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