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( 1 ) as Baldwins Panteg (a team named Panteg played this season only, and finished 8/8 in the division) ( 2 ) as RTB Panteg ( 3 ) changed name from RTB Panteg to Panteg
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The team played in the Gwent County League since the 1999/2000 season, following relegation from The Welsh League but have now been promoted back into Welsh League following the 2013/14 season. At present we run two senior teams (one in the Welsh League Division Three and one in the Welsh League Reserve Division East) and two youth teams (one on Welsh Youth League and one in Gwent County Youth League).
If you've spent any time at all watching Championship football, you'll know that the quality of the finishing varies quite spectacularly.
Panteg AFC have a few hardcore fans who follow every game, consisting of former players, managers and committee members.
Panteg AFC is a Welsh football club located in Griffithstown, Pontypool, Torfaen, South Wales. The club was founded in 1935 and currently runs two senior teams and one youth team at its home ground, Panteg House Sportsgrounds.
Panteg AFC was formed in 1935 under the name Baldwins Panteg (which became RTB Panteg in 1947 following the war), then Panteg in 1969 as a team representing the local Richard Thomas and Baldwin Steelworks (previously Baldwin Steelworks), playing home games at the RTB Sportsground, but in 1981 the grounds were sold to make way for a major road development. The club then relocated half a mile away to Panteg House Club & Sportsgrounds, where they’ve been ever since.
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