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Caldicot 1st Team:

No game Saturday 21st August 

Tuesday 24th August - Caldicot Town v Abergavenny Town 7.00pm

Caldicot Reserves:

Saturday 14th August - FAW Reserve League South East, Undy Athletic v Caldicot Town Ko 2.30pm


Friday 13th August  - FAW Welsh Cup Round One

Caldicot Town 6 - 3 Penparcau FC

Caldicot hosted Penparcau who hail from Aberystwyth at Jubilee Way on Friday night in the Welsh Cup 1st round. This match had everything from stunning goals, penalties galore and a few red cards thrown in for good measure. The visitors started the ball rolling on 18 minutes after a free kick was awarded centrally about 25 yards from goal and was struck low and hard by Luke Sherbon, beating Gareth Wesson in the Caldicot goal. Penparcau were certainly at the races as Caldicot made their normal slow start to a game and on 28 minutes were two down after another long distance strike this time from Liam Jaques, which seemed to take Gareth Wesson by surprise. Jaques playing in the 10 role was causing Town some troubles in the middle of the park, and on 31 minutes he struck again with an unstoppable shot swerving away to Wessons left to make it 0-3 to the visitors. 

Caldicot were shell shocked but were awarded a penalty on 33 minutes where Louis Feeley slotted home to start the Caldicot fightback. Amazingly just minutes later, Town were awarded another penalty and once more Feeley beat the visiting keeper to make it 2-3. Town were now into their stride as it was the visitors turn to face some concerted pressure on their goal. The amazing comeback was then completed on 38 minutes as the ball was worked from the right hand side out to the left on the edge of the 18 yard box where the on fire Feeley was waiting to curl a wonder right foot shot into the far corner to send the Jubilee Way crowd wild.

With the scores level at 3-3, Town continued into the second half on top and were rewarded for their efforts on 61 minutes when another penalty was awarded as the visitors discipline started to unravel. Feeley once again beat the keeper to claim his 4th goal of the game to put Town into the lead for the first time in the match. The game was getting a little scrappy and the match official was having to get his yellow card out on a regular basis as the visiting supporters and players were struggling to understand some of the decisions being made against them. Town meanwhile smelt blood and went for the jugular and were once again awarded a fourth penalty of the game which substitute Ben Smith scored to give Town some daylight. Now 5-3 up and controlling the game, Penparcau went into meltdown as they saw three of their team dismissed for second yellow cards. This did nothing to appease the travelling support who had made the long Friday afternoon journey to the South East of Wales. To put the proverbial nail in the coffin, Caldicot were awarded a free-kick around 20 yards centrally from goal. Richard Sharratt ended the scoring for the game with a lovely curling effort into to to right corner to make the final score 6-3 and send Town into round two of the draw.

Saturday 14th August  - FAW Reserve League South East

Undy Athletic 3 - 0 Caldicot Town

Caldicot Town made the short journey to the Causeway on Saturday where they faced local rival Undy. After a good start to the season for Shane Jeremiah's team, this game was game was met with eager anticipation by both sets of supporters who were in attendance after both clubs progressed through to the second round of the Welsh cup after Friday night victories. The home side started the brightest and took the lead on 13 minutes through Henry Mollard and doubled it on 21 minutes through Bradley Hanbury to give Undy a comfortable lead at the break.

Things failed to improve for Caldicot in the second half as they lost Ben Smith with a hamstring injury. Smudger was replaced by Thomas Windsor who continues the family tradition in turning out for Caldicot. Although Town started to look a bit more threatening with the breeze at their backs, it was unfortunately Undy who would make the game safe on 51 minutes with Bradley Hanbury scoring his second of the game. 

So all three points went to Undy where there can be no real complaints about the result, for a much deserved win.

Caldicot Town Ardal South East Table (Updated 14 Aug 21)

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New FAW Pyramid structure announcement

From season 2020/21 Caldicot Town will play in the newly formed Floodlighting & Electrical ARDAL Southern division which sits at Tier 3 of the FAW pyramid.

The move will see Caldicot face less trips west of Cardiff, although there will be a couple of trips to Llandridnod and Rhayader after the amalgamation of teams from mid Wales into the newly formed northern and southern leagues

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South East Tier 3 teams 2020/21

Aberbargoed Buds

Abergavenny Town

Abertillery Bluebirds

Abertillery Excelsiors

Caldicot Town

Chepstow Town


Goytre FC

Llandridnod Wells

Monmouth Town

Newport City


Rhayader Town

Tredegar Town

Treowen Stars

Trethomas Bluebirds


Covid-19 Update


On arrival you will be asked to sign in for "Track and Trace" purposes. If you do not adhere to these measures, you will not be admitted into the club. This is a members club so please ask our bar staff about joining the club on arrival. Masks will need to be worn whilst moving around the club to use the facilities. Table service is in operations so we ask that you please show patience during busy periods. Payments for drinks can be done via loading money onto your membership card (Discount on drinks), pay by debit card using chip & pin or by cash.


For the safety of yourself, the staff and other members, we ask as a club for you to act responsibly and sensibly at all times, taking into consideration other members and staffs well being. We thank you for your continued support during these difficult and changing times

New Marquee

As part of the ongoing improvements to the club, a new marquee has been erected on the top patio facing onto the playing fields.


The marquee will provide a covered seating area for our social members wishing to sit out side whatever the weather may bring us, as well as providing an area for match day supporters who are wanting to enjoy the game whilst enjoying an alcoholic beverage.

The club would like to thank all the team that helped install the marquee

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