Port Talbot Town FC is a football team, playing in the League of Wales.
The club was founded shortly after the second world war and plays at Victoria Road, Port Talbot, which accommodates 3,000 spectators (1000 seated).
The team's first choice strip is blue shirts, shorts, and socks. The second choice strip is yellow shirts, yellow shorts and socks.
Port Talbot Town adopted their current name in 2001, having previously been Port Talbot Athletic. The club was promoted into the League of Wales in 2000. Although the club can trace rather tenous roots back to 1901, the present period is showing the club's best-ever performance.
Their biggest attendance of the season was the visit of local 'bigboys' Swansea City FC for which they had over 2000 spectators. They won the game in extra time with a last minute brace from former Swan, Andrew Mumford
Port Talbot recently have had a new stand built opposite the original stand, it is an all seater with blue seats and it was officially opened at the game between Port Talbot and Swansea.
Their home kit is an all blue strip with a white front hoop on it, manufactured by Erra. The away kit is a yellow strip with green under the arms also Erra. The Steelmen play at The ReMax stadium which is situated on Victoria Road.
Port Talbot currently are playing in the league of Wales and have a fairly strong side reaching the cup final last season only to be beaten by TNS.
Biggest victories and losses