|06 Dec 22||Ammanford AFC ||-|| Pontardawe Town|
|10 Dec 22||Goytre United ||-|| Ammanford AFC|
|15 Dec 22||Ammanford AFC ||-|| Cambrian &|
|27 Dec 22||Ammanford AFC ||-|| Carmarthen Town|
|02 Jan 23||Carmarthen Town ||-|| Ammanford AFC|
|25 Nov 22||Abergavenny Town|| ||0 - 0|| ||Ammanford AFC|
|18 Nov 22||Trefelin|| ||4 - 2|| ||Ammanford AFC|
|04 Nov 22||Briton Ferry|| ||2 - 1|| ||Ammanford AFC|
|29 Oct 22||Ammanford AFC|| ||3 - 2|| ||Cwmbran Celtic|
|22 Oct 22||Ammanford AFC|| ||2 - 0|| ||Swansea University|
Ammanford Association Football Club is a football club from Ammanford, Carmarthenshire in Wales. They play in the Cymru South. They are now based at the Recreation Ground in Ammanford. The club is affiliated to the Football Association of Wales (FAW), West Wales Football Association (WWFA), Welsh Football League and the Carmarthenshire Association Football League.
Football was played in the Ammanford and Betws parish in the 1920s by Ammanford Thursdays (who only played when the shops closed on Thursday afternoons). In the 1930s Ammanford Corinthians played on Betws Park. Betws Blackbirds football team was founded circa 1946, later joining the Carmarthenshire League. The club were elected to the Welsh league and in 1952 reached the final of the West Wales Amateur Cup. In the 1958–59 season they won promotion to the first division.
In 1960 the club changed their name to Ammanford Town, to avoid confusion with similarly named teams. They merged with Ammanford Athletic A.F.C. in 1992, changing their name to Ammanford A.F.C.
The club reached the fourth round of the Welsh Cup in 1991 and made it to the quarter finals in February 1999.
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