Barmouth & Dyffryn United F.C.
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|Full name||Barmouth & Dyffrin United Football Club|
|Capacity||200 seated. ~ 1000 Standing.|
|Manager||Carl Ryan (Caretaker)|
|League||Welsh Alliance League Division 1|
|2013-14||Welsh Alliance League, 4th|
Barmouth & Dyffryn United Football Club is a Welsh football club based in the coastal town of Barmouth, Gwynedd. The club currently play in the Welsh Alliance League. The "Magpies" play their games at the Wern Mynach. Barmouth also have a strong youth team, with many players who played for Barmouth playing for football league academies in England. The Magpies won the league in 2011 after a hard working season, Barmouth also compete in the Welsh Cup.They are the current Welsh Alliance League Champions after winning it in 2011–2012.
The Club existed in 1863 and was one of six inaugural clubs when the Cambrian League was formed in 1896. Little is recorded of this early period. The Cambrian Coast Football League was founded in January 1920 and Barmouth were league champions in 1920 and 1922. In 1930 an eight-team Cambrian Coast League was revived. It ended in 1963. 
Barmouth joined the Central Wales League in 1963 and were champions in the 1969–1970 season, also reaching the fifth round of the Welsh Cup, playing Cardiff City F.C.. Barmouth won the NWCFA Challenge Cup in 1969 and 1971. They won the Central Wales Challenge Cup in 1973. The club resigned from the CWL at the end of 1972–73 season and reappeared in the Aberystwyth & District League in 1978–79. 
Barmouth & Dyffryn left the Aberystwyth & District League at the end of the 1992–93 season and joined the Gwynedd Football League. At the end of the 2000–2001 season they withdrew after finishing last but one. They played in the Caernarfon & District League winning the AEEU Cup in 2002 and, after becoming league champions returned to the Gwynedd Football League. 
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
- Caretaker/Player Manager.
- In 1905 Barmouth FC became the first Cambrian Coast League champions, taking the title by a point from Porthmadog.
- The clubs stadium is next to a disused landfill site which has since been cleared and is now greenfield land.
- Barmouth's nickname "The Magpies" comes from their traditional home colours of black and white, all Barmouth teams have used this kit at all levels with different sponsors and makes.
Most Appearances – Darren Andrews (GK), 110 Appearances. Top Scorers – Shane Jones (FW), 55 Goals in 96 Appearances
Wern Mynach stadium
Wern Mynach is the football stadium located in Barmouth, home of Barmouth & Dyffryn United F.C.
The club holds the best pitch and best programme of the league title.
The West End is where the majority of supporters tend to congregate on match days. The Standing terrace holds around 50 spectators and is the only permanent cover available. There is also food and drink facilities and a small club shop. There is uncovered seating for around 50 spectators on wooden benches.
The North End has standing room behind the goal and a large wooden ship which children can play on.
The East End backs onto spectacular mountain scenery.
The South end of the ground feature high fencing to block stray balls going into Park. There is a small car park.
- "Barmouth & Dyffryn United Football Club - History" (PDF). Pitchero.com. Retrieved 23 November 2014.