THE Colwyn Bay Supporters Club was officially relaunched during a meeting at the Social Club on Friday night (June 4th). 

 The Supporters club’s constitution was adopted and a number of fans present put themselves forward to join the committee, with officials to be appointed in due course.  

 Manager Craig Hogg and Director of Football Neil Coverley gave updates on matters on and off the field and also took questions from fans.

 Club secretary Dilwyn Roberts spoke at length about plans for a TV gantry and also floodlight upgrading.

 Following the Welsh Government announcement on the easing of restrictions, Neil said the club were waiting on guidance about allowing fans back for games, but in the meantime Hoggy was pleased to be present for a gathering of officials and fans on Friday evening.

 “It’s great to be back and you can feel it in there. You walk in and there’s a buzz about the place,” Hoggy said of the evening.

 “People are excited and it’s great to have conversations with people about football first and foremost, because for so long we’ve had conversations about Covid.

 “Tonight was important that the fans heard it from me, as first team manager, how grateful we are for the support they’ve given the club during the last 16 to 18 months.

 “I think we all appreciate how much we’ve missed football, at all levels, but more so here at Colwyn Bay where we do feel it’s an important part of the community.

 “And I’d like to think we’ll see some new faces come up too.”

 Membership of the Colwyn Bay FC Registered Supporters scheme is now open to existing and new members.  

 It costs a minimum of £10 a month, but the club are especially grateful to those who have been able to pay more during the last couple of seasons.

 Joining the scheme offers members some great benefits, including:

  • 21/22 Season Ticket
  • A copy of the match day programme emailed to you directly
  • Monthly prize draw 
  • Discount at the club shop 
  • Discount on the hire of the clubhouse
  • 50p off match day pints in the clubhouse

 The Club have confirmed that if there are restrictions on attendances when the JD Cymru North starts on 24th July, then Registered Supporters will be given priority entry to the Four Crosses Arena.

 For a membership form email

 Standing orders, online banking or cheques upfront are all acceptable.