GROUND: Ty Brith Field, Carno, Powys SY175LH
First choice:Green and White shirts, White shorts , Green/White socks
Second choice: Red and White shirts, Red shorts, Red socks
League position and current form
Rank Teams Played Won Drawn Lost Diff GD Points Current form 4 Carno FC 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 ?????
The club was formed in 1960 and began life in the Montgomeryshire Amateur League, eventually winning it in the 1966/67 season (no promotion). Carno bounced between Divisions 1 and 2 until joining the Mid Wales League Division 2 in 1982, picking up a Montgomeryshire Amateur League Cup along the way. Carno lifted the Montgomeryshire Cup for the first time in 1983. 1983/84 saw the Mid Wales League merge into one division but a failure to adapt saw Carno drift back to the Montgomeryshire Amateur League Division 2 by the 1985/86 season. A bounce-back promotion and a league title in the 1987/88 season led to promotion back to the Mid Wales League. Carno then reached new heights as they were founding members of the new Cymru Alliance in 1990/91. In 1995/96 Carno were relegated to the Mid Wales League. Carno claimed their first Mid Wales League Cup and were crowned Mid Wales League Champions as the millennium drew to a close. By the 2005/06 season fortunes had changed and Carno finished rock bottom (no relegation). Better times were to come, league positions improved and the club secured their second Montgomeryshire Cup victory in 2007/08 and their third in the 2013/14 season. In the 2015/16 season Carno reached the last 8 of the FAW Trophy, semi-final stages of both the Radnorshire Cup and League Cup and lifted the Central Wales Cup for the first time. Carno also competed in a second final and third consecutive Montgomeryshire Cup Final. For the second consecutive year they were defeated in the final by Llanfair United FC.
From their first game Carno have played at the Recreational Ground now commonly known as Ty Brith. History shows however that originally the ground had been known as "The Gay Meadow". The ground is located in the village itself.