On a weekly basis BCFCITC deliver 3 after-school clubs in the Bangor area for children aged 3 - 13 years; Girls only Football Training for female players 8 - 16 years; Turn Up and Play Session in Holyhead for 4 - 7 years and Disability Football Coaching for Junior and Adult players.

From their mascot the Bangor Eye to their exploits against Napoli, these should be more than familiar to you

Reaching over 1 in 4 people in the area (Source: JICREG 01/10/12, reaches 26.72%% of people within Daily Post area each month)

Supporters association link up with Storiel museum to stage exhibition

Vaughan Sports Management announced as shirt sponsor, while ex-Chester City coach and player from Mr Vaughan's Malta club Gary Steven Roberts also on way to club

Following sacking of manager Neville Powell Citizens reveal Declan Walker and Tom Field will depart

Bangor City Football Club (Welsh: Clwb Pêl-droed Dinas Bangor) are a semi-professional Welsh football club from the City of Bangor, Gwynedd. The club compete in the Welsh Premier League, being ever present since the league was founded in 1992. [a]

The club's statement said: "Bangor City FC have today announced that they have relieved manager Neville Powell of his duties with the club.

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In 2006 the club made it to the Welsh Cup final where they were beaten by Rhyl 2–0 at Wrexham's Racecourse ground. The game turned on a controversial handball decision 3 minutes after the break when Paul O'Neill was adjudged to have handled the ball, the resulting spot kick gave Rhyl a decisive lead and a second goal added 12 minutes from the end broke Bangor hearts on the day.

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In July 2012 Bangor City forward Les Davies made the 32-man longlist for UEFA's best player in Europe award.[6][7][8][9]

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Red cards have left Citizens thin on the ground

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The 2010–11 season marked a significant change in the set-up of the Welsh Premiership, with Bangor one of the 12 sides (down from 18) contesting the championship. They won their opening 15 games of the season, eventually winning their first league title in 16 years on the final day of the season. This was achieved by beating the current champions, TNS, 1–0.

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The club managed to win back the Welsh Cup in 2008, defying the odds and defeating league high fliers Llanelli 4–2 after extra time at Latham Park, Newtown. An injury time equaliser saw a pitch invasion by celebrating Bangor fans before the Blues were able proceeding to defeat their expensively-assembled opponents during the additional period.

Interestingly, captain of Bangor that season was midfielder Mark Palios, who was later to find himself in the headlines as chief executive of the English Football Association during 2004–05. Against Atletico, Palios shaved the post with a header in the first minute that would have given Bangor an unlikely lead in the first leg at Farrar Road following a cross by Phil Lunn.

The 2008–09 Welsh Cup success meant that Bangor participated in the inaugural Europa League competition at the start of the 2009–10 season. They were drawn to face Honka Espoo in the second qualifying round and were eliminated at the first hurdle losing 3–0 on aggregate.

Manager Neville Powell is determined to make it three straight wins

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His departure brings to an end what has predominantly been a successful nine-year stint as boss

In June 2016 it was announced that a Cheshire-based consortium [10] was to take over, promising large investment in the team, plus ground improvements.

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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.[11] Despite this Bangor remained at their Maes-y-Dref ground until being evicted to make way for allotments in 1919.

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World superstar Bobby Charlton guested for the Blues in the 1978 Anglo-Italian Tournament.[2] At the end of 1977–78 when Southport was relegated from the English Football League Fourth Division, Bangor City, Boston United and Wigan Athletic were considered for promotion instead. Due to Wigan Athletic having installed crush barriers, Bangor missed out on promotion.

Unfortunately between winning the Welsh Cup and playing their opponents, FC Haka, the manager and most of the team had left, so new manager John King had the impossible task of putting together a completely new side, a week before the start of the Welsh football season (and three-quarters of the way through the Finnish football season). Unsurprisingly Bangor were beaten, 2–0 at home, and 1–0 in Finland.

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On the 25th of July 2016 news broke that Neville Powell had been "relieved of his duties", according to a statement released by the club.

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Formed in 2004, the Bangor City Football Club Supporters' Association (or BCFCSA) is independent of the club itself but its representatives are members of the management board,[16] giving the fans a voice in the running of Bangor City. The Association has been responsible for raising almost £70,000[17] for the club since its inception and regularly arranges travel for fans to away matches. BCFCSA membership is open to all supporters of Bangor City.

Bangor City's main rivalries are with Caernarfon Town and Rhyl.

In 1998 Bangor were back in the Cup Winners' Cup, having won the Welsh Cup under the stewardship of Scottish International and Everton legend Graeme Sharp, assisted by North West non-league expert John Hulse.

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2012-13 began with a 0-0 home draw against Moldovan side FC Zimbru Chisnau in the first leg of the UEFA Europa League, first qualifying round. The Citizens lost the away leg 2-1 to bow out. The season petered out with City finishing thirddomestically, losing the Welsh Cup Final 3-1 after extra time to Prestatyn Town and then being defeated days later in the European playoffs by Bala Town.

Bangor City FC in the Community (BCFCITC) is the community partnership between Bangor City FC and Vi-Ability. The key aim of BCFCITC is to utilise the motivational power of football and inspirational setting of a Welsh Premier League Football Club to promote and facilitate the development of positive lifestyle's.

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