Caernarfon Town, who are sponsored by Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK, have been working hard to develop a successful community programme.
Nathan Craig, who is the club’s football community director, runs football sessions with local children.
Pictured above with a young Caernarfon Town fan Liam Hughes, Nathan is a Caernarfon Town first team player, having once played professional football for Everton and represented Wales U21s.
The football club operates a large community scheme, which involves more than 250 children per week. It holds after-school sessions at primary schools and half term soccer camps where budding footballers can hone their skills.
Caernarfon Town, who play in the Huws Gray Alliance, have their first and reserve team polo shirts sponsored by Jones Bros with the firm’s logo embroidered on the tops.
And now the company is being represented at various schools across the region thanks to Caernarfon Town’s football in the community director Nathan Craig.
Nathan said: “I really like the look of our polo shirts, so I usually wear my shirt to school sessions.
“Our community programme is going from strength to strength with around 1,000 participants per month. We also have a growing number of girls getting involved.
“As a club we aim to give everyone a chance to play football in the community.”
Caernarfon Town are currently preparing for the club’s biggest game in 25 years, as they face Bala Town in the JD Welsh Cup semi final. The competition is one of football’s oldest having been established in 1877.
The game kicks off at Rhyl’s Corbett Sports Stadium on Saturday 1 April and can be watched live on S4C from 5pm.