A HISTORY OF SUCCESS. 

The 2018 Wrexham Community Cup was arranged by Wrexham Disabled Supporters Association, in association with Kick it Out and Fans for Diversity.

Bellevue FC had to beat Wrexham Inclusion FC on penalties after a hard fought 2-2 draw.

Local born Martha Todd was commissioned to create an artwork as part of the Wrexham Is The Name exhibit in Ty Pawb, celebrating everything great about our town.

 

Bellevue FC were honoured when Martha was inspired by our club for her piece.

At the end of the 2017 - 2018 season, the North East Wales Football League named Bellevue FC secretary, Delwyn Derrick as their secretary of the year.

For a small team in only their first ever season, this is an incredible accomplishment for the club.

The 2017 - 2018 season also saw Bellevue FC named as the team with the best sporting attitude by Dave Jones, sports writer of the Daily Post at the time.

Sportsmanship is something we pride ourselves on at Bellevue and it is a great thing to be recognised for.

Delwyn Derrick, the club secretary and founder of Bellevue FC received the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioners Community Award for Equality and Diversity in 2018.

The award recognises the contribution Bellevue FC makes in the community.

Bellevue FC's ever present pink goalkeeper shirt was featured in the Heart on the Shirt exhibition.

The exhibition was made of hundreds of football shirts collected by fans from across the county and was hugely successful and fascinating.

Bellevue FC were invited to speak as Stakeholders in the Alien project.

 

The club spoke to social work and design students from around the world  about the challenges facing migrants of all types across the world and what we can do to help in our communities.

Bellevue FC were the subject of a short biographical film feature that was broadcast on BBC Wales Live.

The film featured Bellevue players both in training, but also during our narrow 3-2 defeat away to Mold Town United FC in the North East Wales Football League.

Bellevue FC player, Jordan Wright, was featured in a short by film maker Percy Dean for the charity Mind.

The film highlighted the struggles that certain players might encounter in football, and how Jordan has overcome all of them.

The Arfon Jones Trophy six a side tournament was contested as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week in association with North Wales Police and Show Racism the Red Card.

Bellevue FC ran out the surprising winners in a tough tournament.

Club secretary and founder of Bellevue FC, Delwyn Derrick was named volunteer of the year at the Wrexham County Borough Council Sports Awards 2019.

The award was sponsored by AVOW and presented by John Gallanders in a packed ceremony with many deserving winners.

The 2019 Community Cup was played between Bellevue FC and the Wrexham DSA All Stars squad.

Bellevue won 5-3 against former Wales captain Andy Melville, Sky Sports' Bryn Law and Wrexham AFC legend Gaz Owen to name a few.

The greatest reward we have ever had at Bellevue FC is the team itself. Players past and present, and all those in the future will hold a place in our hearts.

We have been priviledged to work with some great players, some amazing people and long may it continue.