Llangefni Town are a football team based in Llangefni on Anglesey. They will play in the Welsh Premiership, the top flight of Welsh football, for the 2007-8 season after winning promotion as 2007 champions of the Cymru Alliance.
Llangefni Town was founded in 1897 as a founder member of the Anglesey League, but there was a chapel-based team as early as 1892. Early in their history the club won the league title six times, the Dargie Cup twice and the Megan Cup once. In the 1988/89 season they gained promotion to the Gwynedd League, and won the treble of league championship, Gwynedd Cup and Eryri Shield, a feat they repeated the following season. In 1990/91 the club accepted promotion to the Tyn Lon Volvo Welsh Alliance League. In their first season in this league they won the League Championship, the Alves Cup and the Barritt Cup (which ended up staying in Llangefni permanently after the club won it for the next two seasons). The club also won the Cookson Cup in 1993/94 and the Welsh Alliance League Championship four times between 1990/91 and 1998/99.
The club was also the only Anglesey-based club to succeed in the Football Association of Wales Intermediate Cup back in 1991/92. Llangefni Town were not successful during the years 1994-1997 and at the beginning of the 1997/98 season Bryan Owen became the new manager. In 1999/2000 the club moved to their current Talwrn Road ground to support their application to join the Cymru Alliance, which was successful. After twice finishing the season as runners-up (to Caernarfon Town FC and then to Welshpool Town FC), Llangefni Town were the 2007 champions and won promotion to the Welsh Premiership.