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Established
1876 (143 years old)

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Soccer

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EUROGOLD Stadium
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Bangor

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Bangor City Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Dinas Bangor) are an amateur Welsh football club from the City of Bangor, Gwynedd. The club competed in the Welsh Premier League, being ever present since the league was founded in 1992. Due to failing to get a domestic licence, Bangor City will compete in the Cymru Alliance as of the 2018–19 season.

Founded in 1877, Bangor City have played in the inaugural season of the Welsh Cup and the UEFA Europa League, along with being founder members of the North Wales Coast League, the Welsh National League, the North Wales Combination, the Welsh League (North), the Northern Premier League, the Alliance Premier League and the League of Wales.

The club's home colours have traditionally been Royal blue shirts, Royal blue shorts and Royal blue socks, although over the years home colours have varied to include Royal blue and yellow and scarlet and Royal blue.

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Roberts



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When the club was first founded, Bangor played their home games on a small field called Maes-y-Dref in the Hirael area of the City. However, visiting teams often protested about the condition of the playing area and the cramped conditions. Despite this Bangor remained at their Maes-y-Dref ground until being evicted to make way for allotments in 1919. Residential housing now stands on the site.
Needing to fulfill their home fixtures in the league the club used the Bangor Cricket Club ground at Farrar Road. The Farrar Road ground served as home to the club for many years afterwards and has hosted two Welsh Senior Cup Finals, in 1928 and 1953.
The new stadium is away from the city centre, at the University's former Nantporth playing field near the Menai Strait. The stadium was completed in January 2012, the first game took place on 24 January.
In August 2015 Bangor University announced that a new partnership had been agreed with the club, announcing the new name of the ground as Bangor University Stadium.

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