|07 Oct 23||Pen-y-Bont ||-|| TNS|
|18 Oct 23||Haverfordwest County ||-|| Pen-y-Bont|
|21 Oct 23||Colwyn Bay ||-|| Pen-y-Bont|
|27 Oct 23||Pen-y-Bont ||-|| Aberystwyth Town|
|04 Nov 23||Caernarfon Town ||-|| Pen-y-Bont|
|30 Sep 23||Connah's Quay|| ||4 - 2|| ||Pen-y-Bont|
|26 Sep 23||Pen-y-Bont|| ||1 - 0|| ||Barry Town|
|22 Sep 23||Aberystwyth Town|| ||1 - 2|| ||Pen-y-Bont|
|16 Sep 23||Pen-y-Bont|| ||3 - 2|| ||Caernarfon Town|
|09 Sep 23||Pen-y-Bont|| ||0 - 1|| ||Colwyn Bay|
Pen-y-Bont Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Pen-y-Bont) is a Welsh football club formed in 2013 following the merger of Bridgend Town F.C. and Bryntirion Athletic F.C. and plays in the Cymru Premier.
The Bryntirion Park ground.
Pen-y-Bont play their home matches at the Kymco Stadium (formerly Bryntirion Park).
The club installed 3G artificial turf at Bryntirion Park and the Bridgend College Football Academy in Pencoed. This allows the club to maintain a high pitch quality standard in adverse conditions and was funded through the sale of Bridgend Town's former Coychurch Road ground