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Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club

 On Saturday we welcomed some very special guests back to Gayfield.

Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club attended the Arbroath vs Dumbarton game.

It is perhaps best if we let Christine Beaton of Alzheimer Scotland share her thoughts on their day at Gayfield.

“What a thrill it was for Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club to attend the game today.

Not one person complained about the gale. In fact each time I drew my eyes off the game the whole party seemed to be smiling.

Their smiles got broader as they entered the 36-0 lounge at half-time and spied the hot drinks and pies laid on for them by Kerry.

They tucked in hungrily and seemed to agree that they were the finest pies they’d tasted. In fact although they’d all had lunch pre-match some of them managed to eat TWO pies!!! Brian Cargill and Louise Walker have ensured that we were treated like Royalty.

Meeting us at the Players and Official’s gate we were shown to our seats, then provided with warm cosy Arbroath FC blankets, a lovely considerate touch.

We at Alzheimer Scotland have been extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to facilitate our Football Memory Group at Gayfield.

Arbroath FC have been very kind to us. We are also exceedingly pleased to have been provided with the Memory Box which has been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services. The Memory Box is in memory John Ritchie who was a pivotal part of Arbroath FC and he always had a football story to tell so it is appropriate that the Memory Box is in Johns name.

It was a very special day, a wonderful opportunity for our people, some of whom had not managed to a game for a good few years. I think the icing on the cake for me has to be noticing that the men who generally find it a bit difficult to rise from their seat rose as one and as one voice as the ball hit the back of the net, not once, not twice but THREE times! C’mon the Lichties!!

A spectacularly great day, with many complimentary comments made by our group as they left”

The Football Memories Project is a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland and the Scottish Football Museum.

The project was originated and launched six years ago and trains volunteers to spend time with people with dementia who have an interest in football, talking about teams and matches from the past and working with images and tangible memorabilia to stimulate memories.

As well as thanking Christine Beaton, Francis Davidson of Avenue Care and Alzheimer Scotland we would like to thank our volunteers. Maureen Fulton and George Mcainsh who have been involved since the inception of the Memory box here in Arbroath.

Arbroath Hall of Fame’s John Fletcher has also been a regular visitor since the group moved to Gayfield and has brought in many of his own artefacts from his playing days which the group has loved.

Former Arbroath players Tom Cargill and Ian Fleming have also visited the group on occasion to help.

John’s Grandson, Max who is 7 years old attended his first ever Arbroath game and was presented with a signed programme and finally the Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club Group were presented with the Arbroath FC Football Memories box.

Photographed is Christine Beaton with Arbroath FC Director Brian Cargill and then Christine is holding the Football Memory Box with Vice Chairman Ewen West.

Our box has kindly been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services and is in Memory of the late John Ritchie.

We hope everyone enjoyed their day and look forward to their return to Gayfield.

If you would like more information about the Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club please email arbroathfc@outlook.com or call 01241-872157

This club is not solely for those with dementia or any sort of memory loss. It is open to anyone who wishes to reminisce from time to time.

Steven Doris – Post Match Interview

Striker Steven Doris spoke to the media after yesterday’s game against Dumbarton.

It was a very honest interview from Steven who describes the last year as the worst of his life.

Steven thanks the Arbroath FC Board of Directors, the Management team, his team-mates, supporters and family for getting him back to playing football.

Steven scored just 2 minutes after coming on as a substitute yesterday to give us the lead over Dumbarton. Steven admits that he is still getting fitter and it was a good start as he continues his comeback.

It’s great to have you back Steven!

C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Dumbarton 

It has been 406 long days and nights since striker Steven Doris suffered a cruciate ligament injury at Gayfield against Albion Rovers, but on Saturday Steven came off the bench in the 73rd minute for his first league appearance since then and scored just 2 minutes later!

We are all absolutely delighted for him! It has been a long time out for Steven and everyone associated with the club are absolutely thrilled for him and his family.

Manager Dick Campbell made several changes to his sid.. Returning to the team was keeper Darren Jamieson, Bobby Linn, Gavin Swankie and striker Callum Smith was given his first start for the Lichties as he partnered Ryan Wallace up front.

Saturday’s game was very similar to our last home league match against Airdrieonians. A howling gale made conditions incredibly difficult and Dumbarton had the first half advantage as the attacked the Harbour and and opened the scoring in the 15th minute when Iain Russell scored from close range.

The second half and the Lichties had the wind at their backs and started to attack and were back on level terms when a Ryan Wallace ball looped high into the net over ex Lichtie Robbie Mutch.

In the 73rd minute Manager Dick Campbell made 2 changes with Danny Denholm and Steven Doris coming on for Bobby Linn and Michael McKenna and just two minutes later Steven gave us the lead with a clever finish.

Just 2 minutes later and Gavin Swankie added a 3rd as Arbroath sealed the points to keep their 4 point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League One!

C’mon the Lichties!

Possession – Arbroath 53% – 47% Airdrieonians
Total Shots – Arbroath 9 – 8 Airdrieonians
On Target – Arbroath 3 – 3 Airdrieonians
Off Target – Arbroath 4 – 3 Airdrieonians
Blocked – Arbroath 2 – 2 Airdrieonians
Corners – Arbroath 6 – 6 Airdrieonians
Fouls Committed – Arbroath 16 – 10 Airdrieonians

Arbroath

1 – Darren Jamieson
2 – Jason Thomson
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Ricky Little
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – Michael McKenna (Doris 73)
8 – Callum Smith (Kader 80)
9 – Ryan Wallace
10 – Gavin Swankie
11 – Bobby Linn (Denholm 73)

Substitutes

12 – Danny Denholm – 11; 73rd
14 – David Gold
15 – Ryan McCord
16 – Steven Doris – 7; 73rd
17 – Finn Graham
18 – Omar Kader – 8; 80th
21 – Darren Hill (GK)

Goals – Wallace 61, Doris 75, Swankie 77

Yellow Cards – O’Brien 39, Little 56, Whatley 79, Thomson 90

Attendance – 700

Referee – Alan Newlands
Assistant Referee 1 – Graham McNeillie
Assistant Referee 2 – Craig Macrae

Arbroath FC Youth Match Experience

We welcomed the Dryburgh Athletic Girls & Ladies FC U17’s squad to Gayfield on Saturday afternoon who took part in our Youth Match Experience.

The girls have already won the North East U17’s League Cup which they won back in August and held it proudly during their lap of honour and are currently one game away from clinching the U17’s North East league title and meet Glasgow City in the Scottish Cup final next month!

We wish them the best of luck for their title bid and for the Scottish Cup Final and we hope they all enjoyed their afternoon at Gayfield.

Lichties Love Munich

We welcomed Peter, Stephen & Sandra to Gayfield yesterday from our German Supporters Club “Lichties Love Munich.”

The are massive Gavin Swankie fans and sponsor Gavin for the season and presented Gavin with a box of German beers and a 2019 Calendar!

It was great to see them all again and they were fortunate enough to see Gavin score!

We hope to see you all again soon!

Arbroath vs Stranraer – William Hill Scottish Cup 3rd Round Draw


Arbroath vs Stranraer – 3rd Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup

The draw for the 2018-19 William Hill Scottish Cup Third Round took place at Hampden Park this evening.

We have been drawn against Stranraer in the 3rd round of the William Hill Scottish Cup which is due to be played on Saturday 24th November 2018

The draw for the William Hill Scottish Cup Third Round is as follows:

Airdrieonians v Dumbarton

Alloa Athletic v Brechin City

Arbroath v Stranraer

Beith Juniors v Ayr United

Berwick Rangers v East Fife

Cowdenbeath v Brora Rangers

East Kilbride v Gala Fairydean Rovers

Edinburgh City v Inverness Caledonian Thistle

Forfar Athletic v BSC Glasgow

Fraserburgh v Cove Rangers or Auchinleck Talbot

Greenock Morton v Peterhead

Montrose v Annan Athletic

Queen of the South v Formartine United

Queen’s Park v Raith Rovers

Stenhousemuir v Falkirk

University of Stirling v Elgin City

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Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland's Football Memory Club

On Saturday we welcomed some very special guests back to Gayfield.

Alzheimer Scotland's Football Memory Club attended the Arbroath vs Dumbarton game.

It is perhaps best if we let Christine Beaton of Alzheimer Scotland share her thoughts on their day at Gayfield.

“What a thrill it was for Alzheimer Scotland's Football Memory Club to attend the game today.

Not one person complained about the gale. In fact each time I drew my eyes off the game the whole party seemed to be smiling.

Their smiles got broader as they entered the 36-0 lounge at half-time and spied the hot drinks and pies laid on for them by Kerry.

They tucked in hungrily and seemed to agree that they were the finest pies they'd tasted. In fact although they'd all had lunch pre-match some of them managed to eat TWO pies!!! Brian Cargill and Louise Walker have ensured that we were treated like Royalty.

Meeting us at the Players and Official's gate we were shown to our seats, then provided with warm cosy Arbroath FC blankets, a lovely considerate touch.

We at Alzheimer Scotland have been extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to facilitate our Football Memory Group at Gayfield.

Arbroath FC have been very kind to us. We are also exceedingly pleased to have been provided with the Memory Box which has been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services. The Memory Box is in memory John Ritchie who was a pivotal part of Arbroath FC and he always had a football story to tell so it is appropriate that the Memory Box is in Johns name.

It was a very special day, a wonderful opportunity for our people, some of whom had not managed to a game for a good few years. I think the icing on the cake for me has to be noticing that the men who generally find it a bit difficult to rise from their seat rose as one and as one voice as the ball hit the back of the net, not once, not twice but THREE times! C'mon the Lichties!!

A spectacularly great day, with many complimentary comments made by our group as they left”

The Football Memories Project is a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland and the Scottish Football Museum.

The project was originated and launched six years ago and trains volunteers to spend time with people with dementia who have an interest in football, talking about teams and matches from the past and working with images and tangible memorabilia to stimulate memories.

As well as thanking Christine Beaton, Francis Davidson of Avenue Care and Alzheimer Scotland we would like to thank our volunteers. Maureen Fulton and George Mcainsh who have been involved since the inception of the Memory box here in Arbroath.

Arbroath Hall of Fame’s John Fletcher has also been a regular visitor since the group moved to Gayfield and has brought in many of his own artefacts from his playing days which the group has loved.

Former Arbroath players Tom Cargill and Ian Fleming have also visited the group on occasion to help.

John’s Grandson, Max who is 7 years old attended his first ever Arbroath game and was presented with a signed programme and finally the Alzheimer Scotland's Football Memory Club Group were presented with the Arbroath FC Football Memories box.

Photographed is Christine Beaton with Arbroath FC Director Brian Cargill and then Christine is holding the Football Memory Box with Vice Chairman Ewen West.

Our box has kindly been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services and is in Memory of the late John Ritchie.

We hope everyone enjoyed their day and look forward to their return to Gayfield.

If you would like more information about the Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland's Football Memory Club please email arbroathfc@outlook.com or call 01241-872157

This club is not solely for those with dementia or any sort of memory loss. It is open to anyone who wishes to reminisce from time to time.
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Arbroath Alzheimer Scotlands Football Memory Club

On Saturday we welcomed some very special guests back to Gayfield.

Alzheimer Scotlands Football Memory Club attended the Arbroath vs Dumbarton game.

It is perhaps best if we let Christine Beaton of Alzheimer Scotland share her thoughts on their day at Gayfield.

“What a thrill it was for Alzheimer Scotlands Football Memory Club to attend the game today.  

Not one person complained about the gale. In fact each time I drew my eyes off the game the whole party seemed to be smiling. 

Their smiles got broader as they entered the 36-0 lounge at half-time and spied the hot drinks and pies laid on for them by Kerry.

They tucked in hungrily and seemed to agree that they were the finest pies theyd tasted.  In fact although theyd all had lunch pre-match some of them managed to eat TWO pies!!!  Brian Cargill and Louise Walker have ensured that we were treated like Royalty.  

Meeting us at the Players and Officials gate we were shown to our seats, then provided with warm cosy Arbroath FC blankets, a lovely considerate touch.  

We at Alzheimer Scotland have been extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to facilitate our Football Memory Group at Gayfield.  

Arbroath FC have been very kind to us.  We are also exceedingly pleased to have been provided with the Memory Box which has been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services.   The Memory Box is in memory John Ritchie who was a pivotal part of Arbroath FC and he always had a football story to tell so it is appropriate that the Memory Box is in Johns name.

It was a very special day, a wonderful opportunity for our people, some of whom had not managed to a game for a good few years.  I think the icing on the cake for me has to be noticing that the men who generally find it a bit difficult to rise from their seat rose as one and as one voice as the ball hit the back of the net, not once, not twice but THREE times!  Cmon the Lichties!!  

A spectacularly great day, with many complimentary comments made by our group as they left”

The Football Memories Project is a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland and the Scottish Football Museum. 

The project was originated and launched six years ago and trains volunteers to spend time with people with dementia who have an interest in football, talking about teams and matches from the past and working with images and tangible memorabilia to stimulate memories.

As well as thanking Christine Beaton, Francis Davidson of Avenue Care and Alzheimer Scotland we would like to thank our volunteers.  Maureen Fulton and George Mcainsh who have been involved since the inception of the Memory box here in Arbroath.

Arbroath Hall of Fame’s John Fletcher has also been a regular visitor since the group moved to Gayfield and has brought in many of his own artefacts from his playing days which the group has loved.

Former Arbroath players Tom Cargill and Ian Fleming have also visited the group on occasion to help.

John’s Grandson, Max who is 7 years old attended his first ever Arbroath game and was presented with a signed programme and finally the Alzheimer Scotlands Football Memory Club Group were presented with the Arbroath FC Football Memories box.

Photographed is Christine Beaton with Arbroath FC Director Brian Cargill and then Christine is holding the Football Memory Box with Vice Chairman Ewen West.  

Our box has kindly been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services and is in Memory of the late John Ritchie.

We hope everyone enjoyed their day and look forward to their return to Gayfield.

If you would like more information about the Arbroath Alzheimer Scotlands Football Memory Club please email arbroathfc@outlook.com or call 01241-872157

This club is not solely for those with dementia or any sort of memory loss.  It is open to anyone who wishes to reminisce from time to time.

What a fantastic project this is, bringing smiles to so many through happy memories of times gone by. Mary-Claire Campbell Granny is standing near the back 😊

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That is so nice sorry I couldn’t be there x

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Fantastic work by your club. Have read about this project and talked to someone at the Scottish Football Museum. All very interesting. Well done.

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Steven Doris - Post Match Interview

Striker Steven Doris spoke to the media after yesterday’s game against Dumbarton.

It was a very honest interview from Steven who describes the last year as the worst of his life.

Steven thanks the Arbroath FC Board of Directors, the Management team, his team-mates, the physiotherapists, supporters and family for getting him back to playing football and keeping him motivated.

Steven discusses the difficulty of being a part-time footballer whilst trying to overcome a serious injury.

Steven scored just 2 minutes after coming on as a substitute yesterday to give us the lead over Dumbarton. Steven admits that he is still getting fitter and it was a good start as he continues his comeback.

It’s great to have you back Stevie D!

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Superb stuff Stevie D 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 just chuffed to bits he is back, incredible stuff yesterday 👏👏👏

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Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club

 On Saturday we welcomed some very special guests back to Gayfield.

Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club attended the Arbroath vs Dumbarton game.

It is perhaps best if we let Christine Beaton of Alzheimer Scotland share her thoughts on their day at Gayfield.

“What a thrill it was for Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club to attend the game today.

Not one person complained about the gale. In fact each time I drew my eyes off the game the whole party seemed to be smiling.

Their smiles got broader as they entered the 36-0 lounge at half-time and spied the hot drinks and pies laid on for them by Kerry.

They tucked in hungrily and seemed to agree that they were the finest pies they’d tasted. In fact although they’d all had lunch pre-match some of them managed to eat TWO pies!!! Brian Cargill and Louise Walker have ensured that we were treated like Royalty.

Meeting us at the Players and Official’s gate we were shown to our seats, then provided with warm cosy Arbroath FC blankets, a lovely considerate touch.

We at Alzheimer Scotland have been extremely grateful to have been given the opportunity to facilitate our Football Memory Group at Gayfield.

Arbroath FC have been very kind to us. We are also exceedingly pleased to have been provided with the Memory Box which has been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services. The Memory Box is in memory John Ritchie who was a pivotal part of Arbroath FC and he always had a football story to tell so it is appropriate that the Memory Box is in Johns name.

It was a very special day, a wonderful opportunity for our people, some of whom had not managed to a game for a good few years. I think the icing on the cake for me has to be noticing that the men who generally find it a bit difficult to rise from their seat rose as one and as one voice as the ball hit the back of the net, not once, not twice but THREE times! C’mon the Lichties!!

A spectacularly great day, with many complimentary comments made by our group as they left”

The Football Memories Project is a partnership between Alzheimer Scotland and the Scottish Football Museum.

The project was originated and launched six years ago and trains volunteers to spend time with people with dementia who have an interest in football, talking about teams and matches from the past and working with images and tangible memorabilia to stimulate memories.

As well as thanking Christine Beaton, Francis Davidson of Avenue Care and Alzheimer Scotland we would like to thank our volunteers. Maureen Fulton and George Mcainsh who have been involved since the inception of the Memory box here in Arbroath.

Arbroath Hall of Fame’s John Fletcher has also been a regular visitor since the group moved to Gayfield and has brought in many of his own artefacts from his playing days which the group has loved.

Former Arbroath players Tom Cargill and Ian Fleming have also visited the group on occasion to help.

John’s Grandson, Max who is 7 years old attended his first ever Arbroath game and was presented with a signed programme and finally the Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club Group were presented with the Arbroath FC Football Memories box.

Photographed is Christine Beaton with Arbroath FC Director Brian Cargill and then Christine is holding the Football Memory Box with Vice Chairman Ewen West.

Our box has kindly been sponsored by Francis Davidson of Avenue Care Services and is in Memory of the late John Ritchie.

We hope everyone enjoyed their day and look forward to their return to Gayfield.

If you would like more information about the Arbroath Alzheimer Scotland’s Football Memory Club please email arbroathfc@outlook.com or call 01241-872157

This club is not solely for those with dementia or any sort of memory loss. It is open to anyone who wishes to reminisce from time to time.

Steven Doris – Post Match Interview

Striker Steven Doris spoke to the media after yesterday’s game against Dumbarton.

It was a very honest interview from Steven who describes the last year as the worst of his life.

Steven thanks the Arbroath FC Board of Directors, the Management team, his team-mates, supporters and family for getting him back to playing football.

Steven scored just 2 minutes after coming on as a substitute yesterday to give us the lead over Dumbarton. Steven admits that he is still getting fitter and it was a good start as he continues his comeback.

It’s great to have you back Steven!

C’mon the Lichties!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Dumbarton 

It has been 406 long days and nights since striker Steven Doris suffered a cruciate ligament injury at Gayfield against Albion Rovers, but on Saturday Steven came off the bench in the 73rd minute for his first league appearance since then and scored just 2 minutes later!

We are all absolutely delighted for him! It has been a long time out for Steven and everyone associated with the club are absolutely thrilled for him and his family.

Manager Dick Campbell made several changes to his sid.. Returning to the team was keeper Darren Jamieson, Bobby Linn, Gavin Swankie and striker Callum Smith was given his first start for the Lichties as he partnered Ryan Wallace up front.

Saturday’s game was very similar to our last home league match against Airdrieonians. A howling gale made conditions incredibly difficult and Dumbarton had the first half advantage as the attacked the Harbour and and opened the scoring in the 15th minute when Iain Russell scored from close range.

The second half and the Lichties had the wind at their backs and started to attack and were back on level terms when a Ryan Wallace ball looped high into the net over ex Lichtie Robbie Mutch.

In the 73rd minute Manager Dick Campbell made 2 changes with Danny Denholm and Steven Doris coming on for Bobby Linn and Michael McKenna and just two minutes later Steven gave us the lead with a clever finish.

Just 2 minutes later and Gavin Swankie added a 3rd as Arbroath sealed the points to keep their 4 point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League One!

C’mon the Lichties!

Possession – Arbroath 53% – 47% Airdrieonians
Total Shots – Arbroath 9 – 8 Airdrieonians
On Target – Arbroath 3 – 3 Airdrieonians
Off Target – Arbroath 4 – 3 Airdrieonians
Blocked – Arbroath 2 – 2 Airdrieonians
Corners – Arbroath 6 – 6 Airdrieonians
Fouls Committed – Arbroath 16 – 10 Airdrieonians

Arbroath

1 – Darren Jamieson
2 – Jason Thomson
3 – Colin Hamilton
4 – Ricky Little
5 – Thomas O’Brien
6 – Mark Whatley (c)
7 – Michael McKenna (Doris 73)
8 – Callum Smith (Kader 80)
9 – Ryan Wallace
10 – Gavin Swankie
11 – Bobby Linn (Denholm 73)

Substitutes

12 – Danny Denholm – 11; 73rd
14 – David Gold
15 – Ryan McCord
16 – Steven Doris – 7; 73rd
17 – Finn Graham
18 – Omar Kader – 8; 80th
21 – Darren Hill (GK)

Goals – Wallace 61, Doris 75, Swankie 77

Yellow Cards – O’Brien 39, Little 56, Whatley 79, Thomson 90

Attendance – 700

Referee – Alan Newlands
Assistant Referee 1 – Graham McNeillie
Assistant Referee 2 – Craig Macrae

Arbroath FC Youth Match Experience

We welcomed the Dryburgh Athletic Girls & Ladies FC U17’s squad to Gayfield on Saturday afternoon who took part in our Youth Match Experience.

The girls have already won the North East U17’s League Cup which they won back in August and held it proudly during their lap of honour and are currently one game away from clinching the U17’s North East league title and meet Glasgow City in the Scottish Cup final next month!

We wish them the best of luck for their title bid and for the Scottish Cup Final and we hope they all enjoyed their afternoon at Gayfield.

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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