Llandudno Albion FC’s great community spirit shines through

Llandudno Albion players Ricky Jones (left) and Jack Williams model the new shirts

Local lads supporting local charity – how much better can it get?

Llandudno Albion Football Club are donating all sales from next season’s new kit to the Ty Hapus Community Resource Centre.

Albion are very proud to have supported the FoodBank run from the centre in Penrhyn Road, Llandudno, throughout the pandemic.

Not only is the new strip very smart, the price is less then half of what a Premier League shirt costs.

For every top sold it will feed a family for a day in the local community.

Orders are being taken now for the kit, produced by Teejac Sports.

Prices: child’s full kit with the FREE option of any name and number – £35; adults top With FREE name and number – £27

For anyone adults that want to go full John Terry and order shorts and socks, this can be arranged.

A Llandudno Albion spokesman said: “We hope this is well supported. To give you an idea, a full price child’s kit for a Premier League team with name and number costs £80, so the value is very good and the quality of these kits are spot on.”

All profits will go to Ty Hapus Community Resource CentreOrder your kits now via the Llandudno Albion page on Facebook.

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