AFC Bournemouth

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AFC Bournemouth or “The Cherries” as they are called is located in Bournemouth, Dorset. The club was founded in 1899 with the name Boscombe FC. They changed to their current name in 1972 including changing their club badge as a symbol of their progress as a club.

The season 2015/16 was the clubs first season in the top division Premier League. Before that they have bounced between the lower division.

If you want to see the red and black striped AFC Bournemouth players live, you need to head to their homeground “Dean Court”, or Vitality Stadium as it now i called, in Kings Park, Boscombe.

Stadium:Vitality Stadium
Official Website:AFC Bournmouth Official Website
Club Shop:AFC Bournmouth Webshop
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AFC Bournmouth News

AFC Bournemouth Overview

 
Full Name:
Athletic Football Club Bournemouth
Nickname:
The Cherries, Boscombe
Founded:
1899
Stadium:
Vitality Stadium
 
 
Owner:
Maxim Demin
Chairman:
Jeff Mostyn
Chief Executive:
Neill Blake
First-team Coach:
Hugo Faria
First-team Coach:
Simon Weatherstone
First-team coach:
Steve Fletcher
First-team coach:
Steven Purches

AFC Bournemouth Stats

 

Player Stats , Premier League (as of 2019-09-06)

 
Top Scorers
 
 
 
1. Joshua King
43 Goals
 
2. Callum Wilson
34 Goals
 
3. Junior Stanislas
17 Goals
Most Wins
 
 
 
1. Steve Cook
143 matches
 
2. Charlie Daniels
41 matches
 
3. Simon Francis
41 matches
Most appearences
 
 
 
1. Steve Cook
143 matches
 
2. Joshua King
139 matches
 
3. Charlie Daniels
129 matches

Honours

  • Football League Championship (English second tier)
    Champions: 2014–15
  • Football League One (English third tier)
    Champions: 1986–87
    Runners-up: 1947–48, 2012–13
 
  • Football League Two (English fourth tier)
    Runners-up: 1970–71, 2009–10, Play-off winners: 2002–03, Promoted: 1981–82
  • Southern League
    Runners-up: 1922–23
  • Football League Trophy
    Winners: 1983–84, Runners-up: 1997–98
  • Football League Third Division South Cup
    Winners: 1945–46
 

Stadium

Vitality Stadium: 11,329
Attendance record: 11,459 vs Liverpool ( 4 December 2016 & 17 April 2016 )
Built: 1910
Pitch size: 105m x 68m
Stadium address:  Vitality Stadium, Dean Court, Bournemouth, BH7 7AF

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