Bodedern Athletic




Ground name: Cae Ty Cristion
By car: Google Maps – London Road Community Centre Bodedern
Parking: On-street parking outside the ground or back in the village itself
Nearest train station: Valley – 3 miles away
Pitch: Grass
Floodlights: No


Cae Ty Cristion is a basic but picturesque ground set between housing and farmland in the Anglesey village of Bodedern.

On entering the ground you will find yourself in the area of the changing rooms and snack bar. In front of this area and beyond a wall is a side of hard standing behind the all-round pitch railings.

The opposite side of the ground is also hard standing, but on this side the home and away dugouts are situated.

The theme of hard standing behind pitch railings continues behind one of the goals, but behind the opposite goal is Cae Ty Cristion’s single stand.

The stand contains 36 plastic seats, although unfortunately one or two of these have been broken, presumably by vandals when the club aren’t playing. The club’s name is displayed on the roof of the stand in a Welsh-Celtic style font.

Being set next to farmland, Cae Ty Cristion is a nice ground to visit, particularly in good weather. Bear in mind though that the ground is quite open, so wrap up warm in colder weather!


The snack bar as you enter the ground
The side containing the changing rooms, snack bar and hard standing
The single stand behind the goals
A closer look at Bodedern’s single stand
The side housing the dugouts
The dugouts during a game with Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs
Cae Ty Cristion set amongst Anglesey farmland
Hard standing behind the other goal
Match action against Blaenau Ffestiniog Amateurs