Barry Town FC are the town's semi professional football club.
They dominated the League of Wales during the 1990s, and play their home games at Jenner Park, Barry.
The stadium accommodates 3,500 spectators and some superb occasions have been witnessed at the ground over the years.
Among their most famous players was local boy Derek Tapscott who signed for Division One side Arsenal in 1953 for £2,750, while Charlie Dyke made a name for himself with London neighbours Chelsea.
During their prime Barry Town enjoyed a number of FA Cup runs. 1961-62 saw Barry play Queens Park Rangers in the first round holding their illustrious opponents to a 1-1 draw at home, before losing the replay in London.
In the 1984-85 season meanwhile they enjoyed more cup success before bowing out 2-1 to Reading in the first round proper, at a packed Jenner Park.
Some remarkable European nights have also been witnessed at Jenner Park as Barry drew 3-3 with Scottish giants Aberdeen.
More recent times have seen "the town" up against the might of European football with both Porto and Dinamo
Kiev both being the visitors to Jenner Park.
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