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Welcome to Clwb Pel-droed Bethel Football Club's website

Bethel is a small village outside Caernarfon, Gwynedd, in North Wales. Our first language is Welsh and therefore our website is bilingual. Our Club has over 100 members (of both sexes). This figure includes teams for children of 6 years of age up to adults.

Our website is organised in two main sections:-

  1. The Club ~ which includes information about what goes on at our club.
  2. The Teams ~ this section provides practical details about all our teams.

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Gwynedd Football League Fixtures List - click here


Ten Pin Bowling


On Thursday night 5/7/18 the under 6, 7 and 8 sides organised a trip to Glasfryn for ten pin bowling and some food.

It was a lovely evening with all teams coming together to celebrate an end to another season of football. A few of the fathers were very competitive! Well done to Andrew on winning this year, there will be plenty of practice before next year now!!

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Tri Gog a Hwntw


On Saturday 12/5/18 we had a very entertaining evening at the memorial hall in Bethel with three gogs and a hwntw. The hall was full and we had a great evenuig of jokes, siging and plenty of laughter.

Thank you to Ifan for his hard work in organising the evening which made a profit of £750 for the club. Ifan would like to thank Cled for organising the bar and for everyone who came to support. A brillian evening! (on to the next event now Ifan?!)

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On Friday 24/2/17 a Bingo evening was held in the memorial hall in Bethel to raise money for the football club. As you can see in the photos the hall was full with plenty of prizes to win, including:

Ticket to FlipOut Chester
A family ticket to Greenwood Forest Park
A family ticket to the Hwylfan, Caernarfon
Swimming lessons by Dafydd Roberts
Ticket worth £20 by Jane Ty Mawr
Tickets (x2) from Redline Indoor Karting
Toys, Soap and Sweets ....

There was a lot of fun and lovely food provided by Nia Catrin, curry, chips and hot dogs and Cled provided the bar.

Thank you to everyone that contributed towards the fantastic prizes and came to support the evening. Special thanks to Tomi and Rhys who called the numbers, a great job ??!

£300 was raised towards the football club.

Christmas Boxes

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Here are some photos of the crowd that came to Bethel memorial hall on Sunday 14/11/16 to support Bethel JFC and Team 4U (T4U) , a campaign to send Christmas boxes to those less fortunate in the world. 27 boxes were collected with £30 profit made for the club on the night by selling cakes, sweets and drinks. Thank you to everyone for their support, it was a great night and everyone enjoyed the games at the end.

End of 11/12 Season

End of 10/11 Season


Presentation Night 09/10 Season


Fundraising Night (16/10/09)


Presentation Night 30.05.2009

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Mr Kelsi of Y Bedol presenting the team with their new kit.
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Honours 2008

Under 15’s
– League champions and the Gwyrfai League Cup winners - Bethel
Under 15’s – Winners of the Cwpan Chwarae Teg Cup, Blackpool Tournament and the Newton Athletic Tournament- Bethel Blues.

Gwyrfai League Cup under 15
Bethel Under 15's with the 2008 league trophy and Gwyrfai Cup. Congratulations to the lads and to their manager Andrew Williams. Thanks to the League Secretary, Elwyn Jones, for coming to the last game of the season against Cae Glyn (Bethel 1 Cae Glyn 0) to present the team with the league trophy. The team is also thankful to Mike Bullock, owner of Ffenestri Cymru for his sponshorship during the season. (For more photos - go to the team page).

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The Club's Presentation Night 2008

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Gwyrfai League Cup under 15
Congratulations to Bethel for winning the Gwyrfai League Cup on Tuesday May 27th. They beat Nantlle Vale in the final by 5-1. For the match report go to the under 15’s page.

Gwyrfai League Chwarae Teg Cup under 15

Congratulations to Bethel Blues for winning the Chwarae Teg Cup. They beat Penrhosgarnedd in the final by 3 -2. For the match report go to the under 15’s page.

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8 Bethel Under 15’s to Compete in the Welsh Schools Under 14’s Final

8 boys from the under 15’s age group will represent their school, Ysgol Brynrefail, in the Welsh schools under 14’s final on Sunday April 20th. Brynrefail will play against Ysgol Aberaeron at Latham Park, Newtown. It will be a fantastic experience for the boys and Clwb Pêl-droed Bethel wish them and their team-mates well. Best wishes to Aaron Gwyn, Daniel Bell, Gerallt Jones, Gruffydd John, Mathew Edwards, Nathan Price, Jamie Stevens a Tomos Emlyn. 6 of the boys have been members of Bethel F.C. since they were 5 years old.

Saturday, November 24th winning 1-0 away at Penrhyn Bay. Good luck in the next round.

Ffenestri Cymru, sponsors of the new under 15’s kit.

The under 15’s team in their new kit.
Manager Andrew Williams and the captain of the team receiving the new kit from Mr Meic Bullock, Ffenestri Cymru.

Senior Kit Sponsors Y Bedol

Club Captain Irfon Hughes with Michelle from Y Bedol

Under13’s Team 2006/2007

Gwyrfai league Champiols 2007, Winners of the Gwyrfai League Cup 2007 and winners of the Kon X Wales Cup Holyhead. Congratulations to the team on their success.

Pictures Before Our Home Game Against Porthmadog
Saturday 18.08.07

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At the end of July Bangor City Academy took 7 Bethel players to the prestigious Wales International Super Cup in Aberystwyth. The under 11's,which included Morgan Williams & James Bell, who captained the team, topped their group, unbeaten all week playing sides from Malta, U.S.A., Scotland, Wales and England. In the final they defeated Borras Park Albion from Wrexham 3-2.
Bethel were represented by 5 Bethel boys in the under 14's,Ryan Jones, Daniel Bell, Liam Williams, Adam Hughes & Alex Jones. The team finished 3rd in the tournament, with some notable victories along the way, including a 9-4 demolition of Ipswich Town, with a Daniel Bell hat trick. 

Well done lads! Superstars of tomorrow? Many more to follow, that’s for sure!