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24 Nov 2018 - 15:00Gayfield Park, Arbroath

Brechin City vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Brechin City vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Match Day 14 – Ladbrokes League 1 – Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 17th November 2018, Glebe Park, Brechin – 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the short trip down across Angus to Brechin tomorrow as we face Barry Smith’s Brechin City at Glebe Park.

Former Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith moved to Glebe Park after the dismissal of Darren Dodds and made an instant impact as Brechin smashed Forfar Athletic 4-0 at Glebe Park last Saturday.

Popular Coach Stevie Campbell remains at Glebe Park and has become Barry’s assistant Manager.

This is the Lichties first visit to Glebe Park since the 1st of March 2014 when goals a double from Bobby Linn and goals by Michael Travis and Paul McManus secured a 4-2 victory for the Lichties.

Midfielder Cameron Blues joined Brechin City on loan from Livingston before the transfer window closed and scored his first City goal against Forfar Athletic last weekend.

Brechin City Team News

On-loan St Johnstone striker Callum Hendry misses out with a fractured hand and joins striker Dene Shields and Paul McLean on the injury list for the Glebe Park side.

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will have a full pool of players to choose from apart from striker Callum Smith who is still sidelined with a broken wrist..

Brechin City have provided the toughest test so far this season for the Lichties as they fought back from 2 goals down at Gayfield to secure the draw back in September so we know that it will be a very tough afternoon at Glebe Park.

We need you to be our 12th man and cheer on the Lichties from the very first minute.

Brechin City FC Squad

GK 01 Conor Brennan
GK 19 Patrick O’Neil
GK 20 Scott Costello

DF 02 Paul McLean – injured
DF 03 Sean Burns
DF 04 Ryan McGeever
DF 05 Dougie Hill
DF 06 Euan Spark
DF 16 Jordan Tapping
DF 21 Harvey Dailly

MF 08 Callum Tapping
MF 10 Jordan Sinclair
MF 12 Aron Lynas
MF 14 Euan Smith
MF 15 Giuliano Morena
MF 22 Cameron Blues (on loan from Livingston)

FW 7 Kalvin Orsi
FW 09 Andrew Jackson
FW 11 Dene Shields – injured
FW 17 Boris Melingui
FW 23 Callum Hendry – Injured – fractured hand

Brechin City results so far – Season 2018 / 2019

Stenhousemuir 1 – 0 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 1
Brechin City 1 – 0 East Fife – SPFL League 1 – Game 2
Montrose 2 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 3
Brechin City 3 – 2 Dumbarton – SPFL League 1 – Game 4
Arbroath 2 – 2 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 5
Brechin City 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 6
Forfar Athletic 1 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 7
Brechin City 1 – 1 Stranraer – SPFL League 1 – Game 8
Airdrieonians 1 – 3 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 9
East Fife 3 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 10
Brechin City 1 – 3 Montrose – SPFL League 1 – Game 11
Raith Rovers 2 – 1 – SPFL League 1 – Game 12
Brechin City 4 – 0 Forfar Athletic – SPFL League 1 – Game 13

Brechin City vs Arbroath head to head

Arbroath 2 – 2 Brechin City – 1st September 2018 – Scottish League One 18/19
Goals – Thomson 2, Linn 19 – Jackson 50, 55

Brechin City 2 – 4 Arbroath – 1st March 2014 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Jackson 57, Thomson 61 – Linn 7, 22, Travis 53, McManus 64

Arbroath 0 – 1 Brechin City – 11th January 2014 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Barr 39

Brechin City 3 – 1 Arbroath – 26th October 2013 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Hay 39 pen, Ryan 61, Barr 90 – Cook 79

Arbroath 2 – 1 Brechin City – 31st August 2013 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Erwin 15, 30 – Barr 62

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee – Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1 – Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 – Filippo Mazzoni

Supporter Information;

We are unaware of any segregation in place.

The City Club bar (situated within the David H Will Stand) is open to both sets of supporters from 1pm until 2:55pm, and following the match until 8pm.

The bar will be showing live BT Sport coverage of the Autumn international between Scotland and South Africa at Murrayfield from 5pm.

Admission Prices;

£15 – Adults
£8 – Adult Concession (over 65’s and under-18’s)
£18 – Parent & Child: (plus £2 for each additional school-age child in family party)

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

Hospitality Christmas Gift Vouchers

We have the perfect Christmas gift idea for the Lichtie in your life!

After taking several requests and enquiries we have decided to sell gift vouchers for our Hospitality Afternoons, which could be the perfect Christmas gift idea!

Our Hospitality afternoon’s are incredibly popular and everyone who attends always has a wonderful afternoon.

If you have never been, this is how the your day unfolds.

Caird Hospitality Match Day Itinerary

Arrival at 12:45pm
Pre-Match Complimentary Bar (waitress service)

Welcome by Host (1pm) Complimentary Team Sheet

3 Course Meal
Reserved seating for the Match (Kick-off 3pm)
Half Time Refreshments (3:45pm – 4pm)
Post-Match Complimentary bar until 5:30pm (waitress service)
Chance to meet the Players and/or Management
Man of the Match Presentation
Pay bar from 5:30pm onwards

Cost Adults – £65 + VAT

Please note smart dress code of shirt, tie and dress trousers for entry to the Hospitality Suite.

To order a Hospitality gift voucher simply call; Louise at Gayfield on 01241 872157 or Email; arbroathfc@outlook.com

FFIT – Starting January 2019 – Sign up today!

FFIT (Football Fans in Training)

At Arbroath FC we are committed to supporting our wider community far beyond the 90 minutes on match day.

We believe football can be used as a force for good that has numerous social benefits – including reinforcing collective identities, improving self-esteem, inspiring young and old, promoting wellbeing and healthy living band contributing to social inclusion.

Football is a powerful tool for engagement and we at Arbroath FC believe we have a duty to give something back to our community and deliver real social change.

We recently just presented our graduates with their certificates after our second FFIT programme came to an end.

The men and women who took part have benefited in so many ways and we are delighted to announce our 3rd FFIT course will start very soon.

We are now looking for 20 men and 20 women to start in our next FFIT course which will start in January 2019. We have already had a great response with 4 men and 4 women signing up.

Will you be next?

Remember it is completely free!

There are a few simple criteria you have to meet to enter.

If you are aged 35 and over

Have a BMI of 28+

Men – waist size in excessive of 38”

Women – Dress size 16+

It is the perfect course if you have an interest in improving your health, losing weight and getting active!
Open to both men and women, Football Fans In Training provides football fans with an opportunity to become healthier, lose weight, and to become happier at the same time.

You’ll get a behind the scenes look at your club, be trained by selected club coaches, have a nosy at the trophy cabinet and have the chance to talk tactics in the dressing rooms. Who knows, maybe you’ll even bump into a player or two!

The programme is held at Gayfield Park and will start in January 2019 for 12 weeks. Participants can only take part in one programme.

The meetings will take place in the evening and will last 90 minutes.

The 90 minutes will be split in half with the first 45 minutes on discussing positive changes to your lifestyle then 45 minutes of physical activity.

For more information or to book your place,
please contact;

Brian Cargill;
Telephone – 07793-070168
E-mail – briancargill50@gmail.com

Gold & Gray Soccer Academy – Wednesday 28th November

Gold & Gray Soccer Academy

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Gold & Gray Soccer Academy will be running a very special football camp at Gayfield Park on Wednesday 28th November.

The camp will run from 10am to 3pm and is open to all children from 5 to 12 years old and it will cost £15 per child.

To book, please contact; david@goldandgraysocceracademy.co.uk or arbroathfc@outlook.com

As many of you may know Gold & Grey Soccer Academy is run by our very own David Gold and his partner Ross Gray and since it’s launch in 2016 has grown to be one of Edinburgh’s premier football camp and session providers.

The Academy also supports parts of Edinburgh’s Active Schools programme working with schools across Edinburgh’s east at both primary and secondary level.

The academy offers 1:1 coaching, group play, club sessions, elite player development sessions and holiday camps all delivered by UEFA licensed coaches.

Player development is at the heart of Gold & Gray Soccer Academy footballing philosophy but there is also an emphasis on having fun.

So whether you are taking your 1st steps into playing football, or player looking to develop your skills further to get to the next level, Gold & Gray Soccer Academy is here to help.

This is a most for any young footballer. Goldie is loved by our fans for his skills, athleticism and determination and this is a wonderful opportunity as David interacts with the Arbroath Community.

We know this will be extremely popular and so book your place today and it is also guaranteed to be fun day.

If you would like to see and hear more about the Gold & Gray Soccer Academy, please watch this video.

We would like to thank David and Ross and everyone at Gold & Gray Soccer Academy for his wonderful opportunity!

Slightly Older Guys Matchday Experience!

We welcomed back Arbroath Walking Football (Maroon) and Carnoustie Panmure Walking Football (White) to Gayfield on Saturday as they took part in our slightly older Match Day Experience!

The Arbroath Walking team were Scotland’s sole representatives recently in Spain for the Lorus Consulting Copa Española in Cambrils.   The lads finished the tournament unbeaten, but lost out on first spot by one goal. As well as taking part in local tournaments and friendlies, the club are already planning their next trip abroad. Anyone over the age of 50 is welcome to come along and give it a try.

The Carnoustie Panmure Walking team are also recently back from overseas as they traveled to Portugal where they finished runners-up after losing 1-0 to a team of ex-pats who now reside in Portugal.

The gentleman showed off their silky skills at half time on the Gayfield pitch in front of a bumper crowd and despite the good nature of the game there were still a few tumbles!

We hope everyone at Arbroath Walking Football Carnoustie Panmure Walking Football enjoyed their afternoon at Gayfield!

Lichtie’s Bonus Ball Winners – July and August

We managed to get a photograph of Lichtie Bonus Ball Winners Ian Lorimer and Gary Burnett who are pictured on either side of Gary Moir.

Gary Burnett won the Lichtie Bonus Ball in July and Ian won the Lichtie Bonus Ball in August. 

Both gentleman were at Gayfield on Saturday and posed for a photograph at half time with Gary Moir of Moir Construction LTD who has kindly supported our Lichties Bonus Ball initiative. Gary and his company continue to support our club and we are grateful for his support and friendship.

The Lichties Bonus Ball is one of our key initiatives which helps bring in funds to help strengthen our squad on the pitch and improve Gayfield as a club off the pitch.

If would like to buy a ball and be in with a chance of winning £450 please contact draw organiser Brian Cargill via these details.

November’s draw is £900 and the perfect way to celebrate Christmas!

Tel. 07793-070168

E-mail – briancargill50@gmail.com

Thanks again for your support!

C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath vs Montrose Hospitality

Hospitality Man of the Match – Ryan Wallace

Congratulations to our striker Ryan Wallace who was voted Hospitality Man of the Match.

Ryan was presented with this trophy by Birthday boy Keith Stuart!

Congratulations Ryan!

Match Sponsors Man of the Match – Ricky Little

Congratulations to our defender Ricky Little who was named Man of the Match by our Match Sponsor, Moir Construction.

Gary Moir of Moir Construction LTD who is a very good friend and sponsor of the club presented Ricky with his award.

Many thanks again to Gary and Congratulations Ricky!

Goal of the Match – Steven Doris!

It was a tight battle between Danny Denholm and Steven Doris but Steven was awarded goal of the match on Saturday!

Steven is pictured here with Goal of the Match sponsor, 
Paul Carnegie of City Electrical Factors!

Many thanks to Paul and congratulations Steven!

We have been celebrating a lot of birthdays over the past 10 days and Club Captain Mark Whatley presented Birthday boys Keith Stuart (64 and 7/8ths) and Ross Cargill (23) with a birthday pie!

Happy Birthday Gentleman!

Thank you again to everyone who attended our sold out Match day Hospitality on Saturday.

These afternoons are not only great fun for everyone attending but they bring a buzz to the ground and more importantly they allow us to keep pushing and growing our club on and off the pitch.

C’mon the Lichties!

 

Remembrance Day

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Both Arbroath and Montrose players and supporters took part in a minutes silence on Saturday to respect and honour those who have fallen for remembrance day.

Latest News

Brechin City 1 - 5 Arbroath

Goals from David Gold, Bobby Linn, Michael McKenna, Ryan Wallace and Jason Thomson made it 5-0 to the Lichties before a late Ryan McGeever goal pulled one back for the hosts.

What a victory!!!

C’mon the Lichties
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Brechin City 1 - 5 Arbroath 

Goals from David Gold, Bobby Linn, Michael McKenna, Ryan Wallace and Jason Thomson made it 5-0 to the Lichties before a late Ryan McGeever goal pulled one back for the hosts.

What a victory!!!

C’mon the Lichties

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We hate Brechin city.. we hate Montrose too there poop.. we hate Forfar athletic but Arbroath we love you!! 36-0 36-0 hello hello

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Too easy

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Scottish Premier in 2 years.

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That's how to put the wee team in their place

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Arbroath your the best

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Congratulations

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Jeems Proctor

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superb football from Arbroath today

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Oh dear Gary Scott Robertson 😂

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Absolutely flying.

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I have no words for Brechins display other than poor We though we had turned the corner after last week. All the best Abroath.Well organised and motivated

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Amazing form at the minute let’s keep it going one game at a time. 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻

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"Arbroath Go Nap" As The Sporting Post would say. Fantastic performance today from the whole team, could easily have been more. Purring with delight tonight

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Arbroath, absolutely untouchable today, very solid and organized

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Top red Litches.

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still on top then

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Superb

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Great performance. Well done.

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The main thing is to go thru the season winning ALL The Angus Derbies

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Still could be Angus Invincibles lol

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Brilliant game!

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Shocking to concede. 😐

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A good win and winning more fans no doubt

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Great result and fantastic turnout by the fans

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Brilliant result champions in the making

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Brechin City vs Arbroath Team News

Brechin City

1 – Conor Brennan
3 – Sean Burns
4 – Ryan McGeever (c)
5 – Dougie Hill
6 – Euan Spark
7 – Kalvin Orsi
8 – Callum Tapping
9 – Andy Jackson
12 – Aron Lynas
14 – Euan Smith
17 – Boris Melingui

Substitutes

10 – Jordan Sinclair
15 – Giuliano Morena
16 – Jordan Tapping
19 – Patrick O’Neil (GK)
22 – Cameron Blues

Arbroath

1 - Darren Jamieson
2 - Jason Thomson
3 - Colin Hamilton
4 - Ricky Little (c)
5 - Thomas O’Brien
6 - David Gold
7 - Danny Denholm
8 - Michael McKenna
9 - Ryan Wallace
10 - Gavin Swankie
11 - Bobby Linn

Substitutes

14 - Mark Whatley
15 - Ryan McCord
16 - Steven Doris
17 - Finn Graham
21 - Darren Hill (GK)

Referee – Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1 – Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 – Filippo Mazzoni
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C'mon Super Lichties March on

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goals plz

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Well done the lichties! That,ll be 36-0 and sure I, m right in saying Arbroath have the highest points 36-0 in all the scottish leagues so c,mon the lichties smokies & wine! Fae Pete Edwards

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Well done lichties what a result

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Absolutely flying

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Brechin City vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 14 - Ladbrokes League 1 - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 17th November 2018, Glebe Park, Brechin - 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the short trip down across Angus to Brechin tomorrow as we face Barry Smith’s Brechin City at Glebe Park.

Former Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith moved to Glebe Park after the dismissal of Darren Dodds and made an instant impact as Brechin smashed Forfar Athletic 4-0 at Glebe Park last Saturday.

Popular Coach Stevie Campbell remains at Glebe Park and has become Barry’s assistant Manager.

This is the Lichties first visit to Glebe Park since the 1st of March 2014 when goals a double from Bobby Linn and goals by Michael Travis and Paul McManus secured a 4-2 victory for the Lichties.

Midfielder Cameron Blues joined Brechin City on loan from Livingston before the transfer window closed and scored his first City goal against Forfar Athletic last weekend.

Brechin City Team News

On-loan St Johnstone striker Callum Hendry misses out with a fractured hand and joins striker Dene Shields and Paul McLean on the injury list for the Glebe Park side.

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will have a full pool of players to choose from apart from striker Callum Smith who is still sidelined with a broken wrist..

Brechin City have provided the toughest test so far this season for the Lichties as they fought back from 2 goals down at Gayfield to secure the draw back in September so we know that it will be a very tough afternoon at Glebe Park.

We need you to be our 12th man and cheer on the Lichties from the very first minute.

Brechin City FC Squad

GK 01 Conor Brennan
GK 19 Patrick O'Neil
GK 20 Scott Costello

DF 02 Paul McLean - injured
DF 03 Sean Burns
DF 04 Ryan McGeever
DF 05 Dougie Hill
DF 06 Euan Spark
DF 16 Jordan Tapping
DF 21 Harvey Dailly

MF 08 Callum Tapping
MF 10 Jordan Sinclair
MF 12 Aron Lynas
MF 14 Euan Smith
MF 15 Giuliano Morena
MF 22 Cameron Blues (on loan from Livingston)

FW 7 Kalvin Orsi
FW 09 Andrew Jackson
FW 11 Dene Shields - injured
FW 17 Boris Melingui
FW 23 Callum Hendry - Injured - fractured hand

Brechin City results so far - Season 2018 / 2019

Stenhousemuir 1 - 0 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 1
Brechin City 1 - 0 East Fife - SPFL League 1 - Game 2
Montrose 2 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 3
Brechin City 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 4
Arbroath 2 - 2 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 5
Brechin City 1 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 6
Forfar Athletic 1 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 7
Brechin City 1 - 1 Stranraer - SPFL League 1 - Game 8
Airdrieonians 1 - 3 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 9
East Fife 3 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 10
Brechin City 1 - 3 Montrose - SPFL League 1 - Game 11
Raith Rovers 2 - 1 - SPFL League 1 - Game 12
Brechin City 4 - 0 Forfar Athletic - SPFL League 1 - Game 13

Brechin City vs Arbroath head to head

Arbroath 2 - 2 Brechin City - 1st September 2018 - Scottish League One 18/19
Goals – Thomson 2, Linn 19 - Jackson 50, 55

Brechin City 2 - 4 Arbroath - 1st March 2014 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Jackson 57, Thomson 61 - Linn 7, 22, Travis 53, McManus 64

Arbroath 0 - 1 Brechin City - 11th January 2014 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Barr 39

Brechin City 3 - 1 Arbroath - 26th October 2013 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Hay 39 pen, Ryan 61, Barr 90 - Cook 79

Arbroath 2 - 1 Brechin City - 31st August 2013 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Erwin 15, 30 - Barr 62

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1 - Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 - Filippo Mazzoni

Supporter Information;

We are unaware of any segregation in place.

The City Club bar (situated within the David H Will Stand) is open to both sets of supporters from 1pm until 2:55pm, and following the match until 8pm.

The bar will be showing live BT Sport coverage of the Autumn international between Scotland and South Africa at Murrayfield from 5pm.

Admission Prices;

£15 - Adults
£8 - Adult Concession (over 65's and under-18's)
£18 - Parent & Child: (plus £2 for each additional school-age child in family party)

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!
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Brechin City vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 14 - Ladbrokes League 1 - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 17th November 2018, Glebe Park, Brechin - 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the short trip down across Angus to Brechin tomorrow as we face Barry Smith’s Brechin City at Glebe Park.

Former Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith moved to Glebe Park after the dismissal of Darren Dodds and made an instant impact as Brechin smashed Forfar Athletic 4-0 at Glebe Park last Saturday.

Popular Coach Stevie Campbell remains at Glebe Park and has become Barry’s assistant Manager.

This is the Lichties first visit to Glebe Park since the 1st of March 2014 when goals a double from Bobby Linn and goals by Michael Travis and Paul McManus secured a 4-2 victory for the Lichties.

Midfielder Cameron Blues joined Brechin City on loan from Livingston before the transfer window closed and scored his first City goal against Forfar Athletic last weekend.

Brechin City Team News

On-loan St Johnstone striker Callum Hendry misses out with a fractured hand and joins striker Dene Shields and Paul McLean on the injury list for the Glebe Park side.

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will have a full pool of players to choose from apart from striker Callum Smith who is still sidelined with a broken wrist..

Brechin City have provided the toughest test so far this season for the Lichties as they fought back from 2 goals down at Gayfield to secure the draw back in September so we know that it will be a very tough afternoon at Glebe Park.

We need you to be our 12th man and cheer on the Lichties from the very first minute.

Brechin City FC Squad

GK 01 Conor Brennan 
GK 19 Patrick ONeil 
GK 20 Scott Costello

DF 02 Paul McLean - injured
DF 03 Sean Burns 
DF 04 Ryan McGeever
DF 05 Dougie Hill
DF 06 Euan Spark  
DF 16 Jordan Tapping 
DF 21 Harvey Dailly 

MF 08 Callum Tapping  
MF 10 Jordan Sinclair 
MF 12 Aron Lynas
MF 14 Euan Smith
MF 15 Giuliano Morena 
MF 22 Cameron Blues (on loan from Livingston)

FW 7 Kalvin Orsi 
FW 09 Andrew Jackson 
FW 11 Dene Shields - injured
FW 17 Boris Melingui 
FW 23 Callum Hendry - Injured - fractured hand

Brechin City results so far - Season 2018 / 2019

Stenhousemuir 1 - 0 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 1
Brechin City 1 - 0 East Fife - SPFL League 1 - Game 2
Montrose 2 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 3
Brechin City 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 4
Arbroath 2 - 2 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 5
Brechin City 1 - 1 Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 6
Forfar Athletic 1 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 7 
Brechin City 1 - 1 Stranraer - SPFL League 1 - Game 8
Airdrieonians 1 - 3 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 9
East Fife 3 - 1 Brechin City - SPFL League 1 - Game 10
Brechin City 1 - 3 Montrose - SPFL League 1 - Game 11
Raith Rovers 2 - 1 - SPFL League 1 - Game 12
Brechin City 4 - 0 Forfar Athletic - SPFL League 1 - Game 13

Brechin City vs Arbroath head to head

Arbroath 2 - 2 Brechin City - 1st September 2018 - Scottish League One 18/19
Goals – Thomson 2, Linn 19 - Jackson 50, 55

Brechin City 2 - 4 Arbroath - 1st March 2014 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Jackson 57, Thomson 61 - Linn 7, 22, Travis 53, McManus 64

Arbroath 0 - 1 Brechin City - 11th January 2014 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Barr 39

Brechin City 3 - 1 Arbroath - 26th October 2013 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Hay 39 pen, Ryan 61, Barr 90 - Cook 79

Arbroath 2 - 1 Brechin City - 31st August 2013 - Scottish League One 13/14
Goals - Erwin 15, 30 - Barr 62

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1 - Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 - Filippo Mazzoni

Supporter Information;

We are unaware of any segregation in place.

The City Club bar (situated within the David H Will Stand) is open to both sets of supporters from 1pm until 2:55pm, and following the match until 8pm.

The bar will be showing live BT Sport coverage of the Autumn international between Scotland and South Africa at Murrayfield from 5pm. 

Admission Prices;

£15 - Adults
£8 - Adult Concession (over 65s and under-18s)
£18 - Parent & Child: (plus £2 for each additional school-age child in family party)

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Brechin City vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Brechin City vs Arbroath – Match Preview

Match Day 14 – Ladbrokes League 1 – Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 17th November 2018, Glebe Park, Brechin – 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath make the short trip down across Angus to Brechin tomorrow as we face Barry Smith’s Brechin City at Glebe Park.

Former Raith Rovers boss Barry Smith moved to Glebe Park after the dismissal of Darren Dodds and made an instant impact as Brechin smashed Forfar Athletic 4-0 at Glebe Park last Saturday.

Popular Coach Stevie Campbell remains at Glebe Park and has become Barry’s assistant Manager.

This is the Lichties first visit to Glebe Park since the 1st of March 2014 when goals a double from Bobby Linn and goals by Michael Travis and Paul McManus secured a 4-2 victory for the Lichties.

Midfielder Cameron Blues joined Brechin City on loan from Livingston before the transfer window closed and scored his first City goal against Forfar Athletic last weekend.

Brechin City Team News

On-loan St Johnstone striker Callum Hendry misses out with a fractured hand and joins striker Dene Shields and Paul McLean on the injury list for the Glebe Park side.

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will have a full pool of players to choose from apart from striker Callum Smith who is still sidelined with a broken wrist..

Brechin City have provided the toughest test so far this season for the Lichties as they fought back from 2 goals down at Gayfield to secure the draw back in September so we know that it will be a very tough afternoon at Glebe Park.

We need you to be our 12th man and cheer on the Lichties from the very first minute.

Brechin City FC Squad

GK 01 Conor Brennan
GK 19 Patrick O’Neil
GK 20 Scott Costello

DF 02 Paul McLean – injured
DF 03 Sean Burns
DF 04 Ryan McGeever
DF 05 Dougie Hill
DF 06 Euan Spark
DF 16 Jordan Tapping
DF 21 Harvey Dailly

MF 08 Callum Tapping
MF 10 Jordan Sinclair
MF 12 Aron Lynas
MF 14 Euan Smith
MF 15 Giuliano Morena
MF 22 Cameron Blues (on loan from Livingston)

FW 7 Kalvin Orsi
FW 09 Andrew Jackson
FW 11 Dene Shields – injured
FW 17 Boris Melingui
FW 23 Callum Hendry – Injured – fractured hand

Brechin City results so far – Season 2018 / 2019

Stenhousemuir 1 – 0 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 1
Brechin City 1 – 0 East Fife – SPFL League 1 – Game 2
Montrose 2 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 3
Brechin City 3 – 2 Dumbarton – SPFL League 1 – Game 4
Arbroath 2 – 2 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 5
Brechin City 1 – 1 Raith Rovers – SPFL League 1 – Game 6
Forfar Athletic 1 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 7
Brechin City 1 – 1 Stranraer – SPFL League 1 – Game 8
Airdrieonians 1 – 3 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 9
East Fife 3 – 1 Brechin City – SPFL League 1 – Game 10
Brechin City 1 – 3 Montrose – SPFL League 1 – Game 11
Raith Rovers 2 – 1 – SPFL League 1 – Game 12
Brechin City 4 – 0 Forfar Athletic – SPFL League 1 – Game 13

Brechin City vs Arbroath head to head

Arbroath 2 – 2 Brechin City – 1st September 2018 – Scottish League One 18/19
Goals – Thomson 2, Linn 19 – Jackson 50, 55

Brechin City 2 – 4 Arbroath – 1st March 2014 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Jackson 57, Thomson 61 – Linn 7, 22, Travis 53, McManus 64

Arbroath 0 – 1 Brechin City – 11th January 2014 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Barr 39

Brechin City 3 – 1 Arbroath – 26th October 2013 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Hay 39 pen, Ryan 61, Barr 90 – Cook 79

Arbroath 2 – 1 Brechin City – 31st August 2013 – Scottish League One 13/14
Goals – Erwin 15, 30 – Barr 62

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee – Colin Steven
Assistant Referee 1 – Anthony Cooper
Assistant Referee 2 – Filippo Mazzoni

Supporter Information;

We are unaware of any segregation in place.

The City Club bar (situated within the David H Will Stand) is open to both sets of supporters from 1pm until 2:55pm, and following the match until 8pm.

The bar will be showing live BT Sport coverage of the Autumn international between Scotland and South Africa at Murrayfield from 5pm.

Admission Prices;

£15 – Adults
£8 – Adult Concession (over 65’s and under-18’s)
£18 – Parent & Child: (plus £2 for each additional school-age child in family party)

We hope to see you there!

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Hospitality Christmas Gift Vouchers

We have the perfect Christmas gift idea for the Lichtie in your life!

After taking several requests and enquiries we have decided to sell gift vouchers for our Hospitality Afternoons, which could be the perfect Christmas gift idea!

Our Hospitality afternoon’s are incredibly popular and everyone who attends always has a wonderful afternoon.

If you have never been, this is how the your day unfolds.

Caird Hospitality Match Day Itinerary

Arrival at 12:45pm
Pre-Match Complimentary Bar (waitress service)

Welcome by Host (1pm) Complimentary Team Sheet

3 Course Meal
Reserved seating for the Match (Kick-off 3pm)
Half Time Refreshments (3:45pm – 4pm)
Post-Match Complimentary bar until 5:30pm (waitress service)
Chance to meet the Players and/or Management
Man of the Match Presentation
Pay bar from 5:30pm onwards

Cost Adults – £65 + VAT

Please note smart dress code of shirt, tie and dress trousers for entry to the Hospitality Suite.

To order a Hospitality gift voucher simply call; Louise at Gayfield on 01241 872157 or Email; arbroathfc@outlook.com

FFIT – Starting January 2019 – Sign up today!

FFIT (Football Fans in Training)

At Arbroath FC we are committed to supporting our wider community far beyond the 90 minutes on match day.

We believe football can be used as a force for good that has numerous social benefits – including reinforcing collective identities, improving self-esteem, inspiring young and old, promoting wellbeing and healthy living band contributing to social inclusion.

Football is a powerful tool for engagement and we at Arbroath FC believe we have a duty to give something back to our community and deliver real social change.

We recently just presented our graduates with their certificates after our second FFIT programme came to an end.

The men and women who took part have benefited in so many ways and we are delighted to announce our 3rd FFIT course will start very soon.

We are now looking for 20 men and 20 women to start in our next FFIT course which will start in January 2019. We have already had a great response with 4 men and 4 women signing up.

Will you be next?

Remember it is completely free!

There are a few simple criteria you have to meet to enter.

If you are aged 35 and over

Have a BMI of 28+

Men – waist size in excessive of 38”

Women – Dress size 16+

It is the perfect course if you have an interest in improving your health, losing weight and getting active!
Open to both men and women, Football Fans In Training provides football fans with an opportunity to become healthier, lose weight, and to become happier at the same time.

You’ll get a behind the scenes look at your club, be trained by selected club coaches, have a nosy at the trophy cabinet and have the chance to talk tactics in the dressing rooms. Who knows, maybe you’ll even bump into a player or two!

The programme is held at Gayfield Park and will start in January 2019 for 12 weeks. Participants can only take part in one programme.

The meetings will take place in the evening and will last 90 minutes.

The 90 minutes will be split in half with the first 45 minutes on discussing positive changes to your lifestyle then 45 minutes of physical activity.

For more information or to book your place,
please contact;

Brian Cargill;
Telephone – 07793-070168
E-mail – briancargill50@gmail.com

Gold & Gray Soccer Academy – Wednesday 28th November

Gold & Gray Soccer Academy

We are absolutely thrilled to announce that Gold & Gray Soccer Academy will be running a very special football camp at Gayfield Park on Wednesday 28th November.

The camp will run from 10am to 3pm and is open to all children from 5 to 12 years old and it will cost £15 per child.

To book, please contact; david@goldandgraysocceracademy.co.uk or arbroathfc@outlook.com

As many of you may know Gold & Grey Soccer Academy is run by our very own David Gold and his partner Ross Gray and since it’s launch in 2016 has grown to be one of Edinburgh’s premier football camp and session providers.

The Academy also supports parts of Edinburgh’s Active Schools programme working with schools across Edinburgh’s east at both primary and secondary level.

The academy offers 1:1 coaching, group play, club sessions, elite player development sessions and holiday camps all delivered by UEFA licensed coaches.

Player development is at the heart of Gold & Gray Soccer Academy footballing philosophy but there is also an emphasis on having fun.

So whether you are taking your 1st steps into playing football, or player looking to develop your skills further to get to the next level, Gold & Gray Soccer Academy is here to help.

This is a most for any young footballer. Goldie is loved by our fans for his skills, athleticism and determination and this is a wonderful opportunity as David interacts with the Arbroath Community.

We know this will be extremely popular and so book your place today and it is also guaranteed to be fun day.

If you would like to see and hear more about the Gold & Gray Soccer Academy, please watch this video.

We would like to thank David and Ross and everyone at Gold & Gray Soccer Academy for his wonderful opportunity!

Slightly Older Guys Matchday Experience!

We welcomed back Arbroath Walking Football (Maroon) and Carnoustie Panmure Walking Football (White) to Gayfield on Saturday as they took part in our slightly older Match Day Experience!

The Arbroath Walking team were Scotland’s sole representatives recently in Spain for the Lorus Consulting Copa Española in Cambrils.   The lads finished the tournament unbeaten, but lost out on first spot by one goal. As well as taking part in local tournaments and friendlies, the club are already planning their next trip abroad. Anyone over the age of 50 is welcome to come along and give it a try.

The Carnoustie Panmure Walking team are also recently back from overseas as they traveled to Portugal where they finished runners-up after losing 1-0 to a team of ex-pats who now reside in Portugal.

The gentleman showed off their silky skills at half time on the Gayfield pitch in front of a bumper crowd and despite the good nature of the game there were still a few tumbles!

We hope everyone at Arbroath Walking Football Carnoustie Panmure Walking Football enjoyed their afternoon at Gayfield!

Lichtie’s Bonus Ball Winners – July and August

We managed to get a photograph of Lichtie Bonus Ball Winners Ian Lorimer and Gary Burnett who are pictured on either side of Gary Moir.

Gary Burnett won the Lichtie Bonus Ball in July and Ian won the Lichtie Bonus Ball in August. 

Both gentleman were at Gayfield on Saturday and posed for a photograph at half time with Gary Moir of Moir Construction LTD who has kindly supported our Lichties Bonus Ball initiative. Gary and his company continue to support our club and we are grateful for his support and friendship.

The Lichties Bonus Ball is one of our key initiatives which helps bring in funds to help strengthen our squad on the pitch and improve Gayfield as a club off the pitch.

If would like to buy a ball and be in with a chance of winning £450 please contact draw organiser Brian Cargill via these details.

November’s draw is £900 and the perfect way to celebrate Christmas!

Tel. 07793-070168

E-mail – briancargill50@gmail.com

Thanks again for your support!

C’mon the Lichties!

To purchase Club Merchandise, please call the Club on 01241-872157 or email to arbroathfc@outlook.com or visit https://arbroath.footballkit.co.uk

 

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