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

Presentation Awards 2016/17

We would like to thank everyone that joined us at our end of season presentation on Saturday afternoon, the event was a huge success from start until finish. We would also like to extend our thanks to the Cefn Mawr Community Social Club ‘The Legion’ who once again generously looked after us, which has been no different to any another season, the bu…

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Cefn Albion are crowned league cup champions

Cefn Albion 4-2 FC Nomads Goal Scorers: Oli Davies​, Alex Twinny Williams​ (2) Kien Morris​.MOM: Dion Gibbins. A bumper crowd of around 600 turned up at the Rock to witness underdogs Cefn Albion come from behind twice to be crowned as the new WNL Premier Division League cup champions. A nervous start from the lads was punished by Nomads who took …

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Cefn Albion defeat Corwen to reach league cup final

It was league semi cup final day for the Albion and the lads faced a difficult trip to the war memorial ground to take on Cowen, a team that has only tasted defeat five times in all competitions and has only lost once since the turn of the New Year, they were definitely a side in form. Despite their impressive record they failed to beat the Albion…

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New Year Statement

For those who don’t already know, over the festive period the club received some very sad news regarding our very own Pauline Griffiths who after a short but brave battle with illness sadly passed away. Pauline or more commonly known as ‘Poge’ was heavily involved with the football club and accompanied by Debbie Morris she run the small kitchen up…

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Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Cefn Albion football club would like to wish everyone connected to us and also everyone connected to the WNL football league and beyond a very merry Christmas and a happy new year. We would like to thank all the players, management, committee, supporters and our proud sponsors for their hard work and generosity towards our football club throughout…

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