GROUND: Recreation Ground, Caersws SY17 5SA
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League position and current form
Rank Teams Played Won Drawn Lost Diff GD Points Current form 3 Caersws FC 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 ?????
Until recently, it was generally believed that the club was formed in the mid-1880s with no official records existing. Recent research, however, has revealed that in 1879, Caersws played fixtures against Newtown, Druids and Llanidloes, amongst others. There are also records of matches between Caersws Red Rose and Newtown Blue Stars on the 24th December 1877 and on Boxing Day, Caersws British played Newtown Blue Stars second XI. However, it was not until the late-1950s that the exploits of the Bluebirds began to match and indeed surpass those of their Mid Wales neighbours. Since then, the club has reached the final of eight all-Wales competitions including winning the Welsh Amateur Cup against Buckley Wanderers in 1961 and the Welsh Intermediate Cup against Aberystwyth Town in 1989. The honours list also includes nine Welsh National League (Mid-Wales section) Championships, eight runners up and six League Cup wins. The Montgomeryshire Challenge Cup has been won 29 times.
In the two seasons prior to the formation of the League of Wales, Caersws played in the Cymru Alliance, being runners up in 1991 and champions in 1992. In the inaugural season of the League of Wales, the club reached the final of the League Cup and finished in 11th place. The Bluebirds were the losers in the first League Cup final but won it in 2002, 2003 and 2007.
Having finished fourth in 2002, the club qualified for the European Intertoto Cup and were drawn against PFC Marek of Dupnitsa (Bulgaria) in the first round. The Bulgarian full timers won the first leg 2-0 with two late goals but Caersws earned a creditable 1-1 draw in the home leg, played at Aberystwyth. In 2007, the clubs long serving manager Mickey Evans called it a day after 24 highly successful seasons.
Caersws flirted with relegation in the following seasons and at the end of the 2009/10 season, the club were relegated to the Huws Gray Cymru Alliance following Welsh Premier League restructure.
In the following seasons in the Cymru Alliance, the club reached the final of the League Cup on three occasions, finally winning it in the 2014/15 season.
Caersws were relegated to the Mid-Wales Football League Division 1 in 2017/18.