Organised group of football hooligans aligned to Wrexham Football Club based in north Wales. The group has been active since the early 1980's and has caused violence all over england. Bitter local rivals include The 125's (Chester City FC) and the English Border Front (Shrewsbury Town FC). Although any english team's supporters coming to Wrexham are not made welcome. Despite the fact that Wrexham FC are a small club, the Frontline has a reputation envied by firms at clubs much bigger than Wrexham. The Frontline remain active to this day, with currently 70 members banned from attending football matches in Wales and england.
Wrexham Frontline, business as usual.....invasion of england!
Free Wales Army. A paramilitary group established in Wales in the 1960's which had close links with the IRA (Irish Republican Army). Set up by Dennis Coslett and Julian Cayo Evans to instigate armed rebellion against the english. Motto was "Fe Godwn Ni'n Eto" ("We Shall Rise Again").
The FWA were responsible for acts of armed resistance.
Town based in the Vale of Clwyd in north Wales. Welsh name is Dinbych which translates as "small fort". Area rich in history stretching back centuries. A castle was built in the 14th century and the ruins remain to this day. The town was famous for a mental hospital which closed a number of years ago. The town centre is full of pubs and is a great place for a pub crawl. Simply the best town in the world!