Glantraeth Football Club was setup in the year 1984. It’s headquarters was originally on land near the Glantraeth Restaurant donated by landowner Mr Iolo Owen MBE. The club immediately gained entry to the Anglesey League of Welsh football, and in the 1985/86 season the team were runners up in the league, thanks to the leadership of their manager Robin Evans, whose footballing tactics were unlike anything else being used in the league at the time.
The promising league performance continued as the ‘Glan’ were runners up for a second time in the Anglesey League in the 1987/88 season, before eventually winning the league title in 1989/90, an achievement which got the club promoted to the Gwynedd Football League.
For the next several years, the club won a succession of trophies, honor and glory were heaped upon their name. In the 1992/93 season they were one of the Gwynedd Cup finalists and winners of the Eryri Shield trophy. In 1993/94 they became Champions of the Gwynedd League, which earned them promotion to the lucrative Welsh Alliance League, and also won the Gwynedd cup and were finalists in the Eryri Shield.
They ended the 1996/97 season as champions of the Welsh Alliance League, and were subsequently promoted to the Cymru Alliance League. In order to be eligible to enter Cymru, a new stand had to be built in the ground so that there would be enough capacity for visiting away fans of bigger teams, and the changing rooms and drainage system needed to be renovated. A large statue of a dragon was built in the car park to make the club appear more patriotic.
In the 2002/03 season, the club received permission from the Welsh FA to enter the coveted Welsh Alliance League. On the final day of that season, the team won the league title by just one point over Bodedern, their arch rivals, and finished runners-up in the Cookson Cup and Barritt Cup. The success of this season was credited to the hypnotherapy training techniques employed by Head Coach Bob Brodie and his shadowy agents Ray White and Maldwyn Hughes.