Manager Neil Gibson
In his 11th year as manager, Neil played for Wales under 21’s, Tranmere, Sheffield Wednesday , Southport and Halesowen before returning to Welsh football at Rhyl. He joined Prestatyn and became manager within 2 years. He has lead the club from the Welsh Alliance to the Welsh Premier League and a Welsh Cup win. He followed this by success in Europe at Lepija where he scored the 90th minute equalizer.
An “A” Licence Coach, Neil has been invited by the Welsh FA to complete his “Pro Licence” and is surely destined for a top level job when his work at Prestatyn is complete.
Assistant Manager Gareth Wilson
Gareth is another former Wrexham and Wales international who has brought his know how to Prestatyn. A true gentleman, Gareth moved to TNS where he won the Welsh Premier League. He then joined Rhyl where he won the treble in 2004 before starring in their European exploits.
Gareth joined Prestatyn in 2009 and quickly became a firm favourite with the fans. Became Assistant manager in 2014 and has the full respect of all the players and staff.
Ex Holyhead & (briefly) Caernarfon keeper, Carl is fast becoming a fans favourite at Motion Finance Stadium with his dominant goalkeeping and his excellent distribution.
Signed from Abergele in January 2016, Ryan is an excellent keeper who will be determined to win his place back as the season progresses. A real character in the dressing room, Ryan is very popular with players and fans alike.
Former Everton trainee, Tom is a strong tackling and skilful utility player who is now in his fifth season with the Seasiders.
Noah joined Prestatyn in 2013 and has become a fixture in the side over the last two seasons either at full back or in midfield. Very skilful, quick and intelligent, Noah is the quiet joker in the dressing room.
Former Rhyl player, Dave has been at Prestatyn for more than ten years and has been Club Captain for many of them. A commanding centre back, Dave loves a tackle and fancies himself as a midfield general.
Ross had offers from a number of Welsh Premier League clubs before deciding to join Prestatyn 2 years ago. A former Wrexham FC professional, Ross suffered with injury in his first season at The Motion Finance Stadium but recent performances have been excellent.
“Legend” is a word often used too often but Michael is a genuine legend at Prestatyn. The club means so much to him and he has turned down numerous offers from many clubs to stay at home. An absolute gentleman, Michael is a powerful, skilful midfielder who can also double up as a centre back and has been know to play as a striker when required.
James is a strong tackling utility player who has a range of passing that would grace many higher standard leagues. An eye for a goal and a determination to win, this former Oldham Athletic trainee has become a fixture in the squad since joining in 2014
A powerful, tough tackling and with a great engine, Woz has become a firm favourite with fans at The Motion Finace Stadium due, mainly, to his determination to win and his passion for the club.
A former professional with Tranmere Rovers, Connor joined Prestatyn from Lllandudno in 2015 and immediately displayed his great touch and eye for a pass. Connor
Recently signed from Holyhead Hotspur, Damien is a prolific marksman who scored nearly 20 goals for the island side last year. Strong and pacey striker.
Former Rhyl striker who joined the Seasiders last season and immediately became a great hit with the fans and ended the season as top scorer.
Talented winger who has some great tricks in his armoury, which along with devastating pace, has made him a potential target for a number of WPL clubs in the last 2 years
Ever popular Jack recently returned from a spell in Australia with Queensland Lions. He was part of Prestatyn’s original Welsh Premier League team and had spells at Neath, Airbus UK before returning to Prestatyn.
Former Rhyl youth player who joined Prestatyn in 2012 before returning to Rhyl in 2014. Rejoined Prestatyn in January 2016 and is making the first team place his own with some excellent displays
Experienced defender Paul made his Football League debut in 1999 for Macclesfield Town and went on to play 5 years as a pro. Moved into Welsh football with Bangor City, Rhyl and latterly Prestatyn
Alec has been associated with Prestatyn for over 10 years and has made over 100 appearances for the Seasiders. Formerly with Rhyl and Lllandudno, Alec has pace to burn and great feet.
Former Tranmere Rovers utility player who joined the Seasiders in 2014, had a season at Rhyl before returning to Bastion Gardens in June 2016