One Year Ago to the day Aberystwyth Town hosted one of the biggest games in our history, a first ever UEFA Europa League tie at home to Derry City.
The match attracted a virtual sell out crowd of 1026, including 180 visiting supporters from Derry, and although the result, alas, was a disappointing one, the Club did itself proud in staging a match of that magnitude.
To commemorate the Anniversary we have posted Club Photographer Chris Howells' album of photos of the day onto our Green Army Facebook page, here: https://www.facebook.com/atfcgreenarmy.
Thursday 10th July, 2014
UEFA Europa League First Qualifying Round Second Leg
Aberystwyth Town 0
Derry City 5 (Duffy 11, McNamee 14, Patterson 60,84,86 pen)
Aberystwyth Town: Draper, Cl Davies (James 87), Corbisiero, S Jones, Atyeo, Kellaway, Sherbon (R Davies 87), M Jones, Venables, Williams, Morgan (Ch Davies 61). Subs Not Used: Thomas, Butler.
Derry City: Doherty, Jarvis, Molloy (S McEleney 69), McBride, McNamee, P McEleney (Lowrey 69), Patterson, Duffy, Timlin, Byrne, Barry (Ventre 46). Subs not used: Gallagher, Boyle, Tracey, Curran.
Referee: Jerome Efong Nzole (BEL)
Assistant Referees: Danny Huens (BEL), Frederick Stalport (BEL)