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Hibernian vs Arbroath – Ticket Information

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Hibernian vs Arbroath – Ticket Information
 
Tuesday 25th July – Easter Road, Edinburgh – 7.45pm kick off.
 
Arbroath supporters who are traveling to Easter Road on Tuesday night for our 3rd match in Group D in the Betfred Cup should read these details.
 
Arbroath supporters will be accommodated in the South Stand.
 
This is located at the end of Albion Road and it is the same stand that we were accommodated in for our Scottish Cup tie fixture 3 seasons ago.
 
Please purchase a ticket from the South Stand Ticket Pod then proceed to turnstiles 5 & 6. It would be advised to take cash.
 
Wheelchair users and attendants have an acceptable entry gate at the South Stand.
 
Admission is set at £15 for Adults and £10 for Concessions (concessions may be asked for proof of identity to confirm eligibility).
 
Please arrive in plenty of time to make sure you have your seat before kick off at 7.45pm
 
Easter Road is a no smoking stadium and this includes the use of e cigarettes and vaping.
 
Flags will be permitted after they have been presented to Stewards and checked on camera by Control Room Staff.
 
Travel
 
Travel by Road: The postcode for sat nav used is EH7 5QG.
Edinburgh is notoriously busy and with the traffic and possible roadworks please allow yourself plenty of time to get there.
 
Edinburgh City Council have also introduced new 20mph speed limits throughout the city and several around the Easter Road and Leith area in particular. Cameras are in use for the new speed limits.
 
Parking
 
Car parking is available on-street outwith any restricted areas. Please check signs and cones. Edinburgh parking attendants are known for issuing tickets and this area is well patrolled on match days.
 
We hope to see you there cheering on the Lichties!
 
Images courtesy of Google Maps.

Angus Nairn

Angus - Web

Angus Nairn
 
It is with deep regret that we pass on the sad news that devoted Lichtie Angus Nairn has passed away.
 
Everyone associated with Arbroath FC would like to pass on their deepest sympathies and regards to Angus’s family and friends and our thoughts are with them at this terribly sad time.
 
One of Angus’s closest friends Dave Ramsay has written this wonderful tribute.
 
As a lad of five years old, Angus was inducted to Gayfield Stadium, where for the next 77 years he devoted his loyalty to his “Lichties” and latterly his star player, Ricky Little.
 
Gladly, Angus was able to attend all three pre – season friendlies, and his last attendance was at the Bolton Wanderer’s game last Tuesday.
 
Sadly, Angus passed away peacefully and at home with his family on Wednesday, and today at Gayfield where we beat Montrose 4 – 0, we kept his seat vacant, and an AFC football scarf tied to the barrier to his memory.
 
Many supporters today, came and paid their respects to Angus, to Stewart, Charlie and myself, his close football pals.
 
On Wednesday this coming week, the day of his funeral, AFC have decided to fly the AFC flag at half – mast as a mark of loyalty and respect for the family, and the funeral cortege will drive past Gayfield and the flag, as Angus passes Gayfield for his very last time.
 
A silver Quaich will soon be donated to AFC as “The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy” a trophy to be presented annually, for “The best newcomer to the Team” from the best, loyal, long – serving “Lichtie.”
 
This decision will be that of the Manager and Directors, and will serve to keep the memory of Angus Nairn alive, for many, many years to come.
 
Charlie Wood his friend, is also going to sponsor a match day football in August, in memory of Angus.
 
Angus is pictured at his last game at Gayfield in fantastic spirits at the match against Bolton Wanderers with Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird, dear friend Dave Ramsay and Facilities and Kit Manager Louise Walker.  A huge smile and raising his glass to us all! Two days later at the end of season dinner for the Arbroath Chest Heart and Stoke Association at the Meadowbank inn, Angus has received a letter from the Head Office CHS Scotland, commending him on the work he has done for the Thursday Club.
 
Rest in Peace Angus. You are in our thoughts.

“Hats the Way to Do It” say’s Kathie

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Before yesterdays game Arbroath supporter Kathie Murdoch presented Arbroath FC Manager Dick Campbell with one of her hand knitted Arbroath FC “Tammies”. Kathie who is originally from Methil and now stays in London has knitted “Tammies” for a number of Arbroath FC supporters. Picture shows Kathie and her son Duncan and Dick modelling his new AFC “Tammie”.

Arbroath 4 – 0 Montrose

Arb 4 - 0 Mo

Arbroath thumped local rivals Montrose this afternoon at a soaking wet Gayfield to move into second in Group D in the Betfred Cup.

David Gold opened the scoring in the 31st minute before second half substitute Danny Denholm scored twice in 5 minutes before Steven Doris netted the Lichtie’s 4th goal in the 90th minute after good play from Kane Hester.

Arbroath sit in 2nd place with 5 points, 3 points behind leaders Ross County and 1 point above Hibernian.  However the Lichties travel to Easter Road on Tuesday to face Neil Lennon’s side before we welcome Ross County to Gayfield on Saturday 29th July.

New Signing – David Hutton

David Hutton

New Signing – David Hutton

Arbroath FC are delighted to announce the signing of Goalkeeper David Hutton.

The 32 year old keeper moves to Gayfield having spent the last two seasons at East End Park with Dunfermline Athletic and was in goal when we played our Betfred Cup tie there last season.

David started his career with Aberdeen, before a short spell with Junior side Petershill in his native Glasgow. A move to Clyde followed where he made just under 100 appearances.

In the 2006-2007 season when Clyde were in the Scottish First Division (Now Championship) he kept 11 clean sheets as Clyde finished with the best defensive record in the league.

A move to Queen of the South followed in 2009 after Clyde were hit with financial problems and David made over 50 appearances at Palmerston before seasons at Hamilton Academical and Greenock Morton.

From 2013 to 2015 David was at Ayr United making over 70 appearances before Allan Johnston snapped him up for Dunfermline Athletic.

Now David starts a new chapter in his footballing career as he moves to Gayfield.

Welcome to Arbroath!

Matchday Programme

Issue one

We are delighted to be working again with JJ Sports Promotions for the production of our Matchday Programme.

The programme is a footballing ritual and still very collectable for many supporters up and down the country.

Tomorrow we launch our first programme for the new season and it is a double issue for our Betfred Cup matches against Montrose and Ross County.

Summer signing Danny Denholm is the cover star for Issue 1!
The programme also includes a note from assistant manager Ian Campbell, the thoughts of skipper Mark Whatley, a double page poster spread of celebration highlights from Stirling, an autograph page with poster of Blair Yule, a full fixture list, photographs from recent friendlies and an in depth look at our summer signings.

Our programmes are another way that the club can raise funds through advertising and from sales. We appreciate every copy that is sold and hope that you will continue to back our matchday programme.

If you have any features you would like to see, or any stories, photographs, announcements or other famous Arbroath exploits please contact Programme Editor Andrew at – andyppoole@aol.com

Remember to pick up a copy!

C’mon the Lichties!

Alloa Athletic 1 – 1 Arbroath (Arbroath win 6-5 on penalties)

Blair Yule

Arbroath won a penalty shoot out tonight against Alloa Athletic to secure 2 points in Betfred Group D.

Arbroath had led for much of the game thanks to a brilliant Blair Yule header in the 16th minute after he connected to a David Gold cross.

However the Lichties seemed to tire in the second half and Alloa equalised in the 89th minute through Frank McKeown.

This forced the game into a penalty shoot out for a bonus point.

Doris, Whatley, Yule, Hester, Little and Gold scored from the spot with Malin hitting the bar and Ricky Gomes saving from Renton and Grant to give the Lichties 2 points

A special mention has to go out to our Goalkeeper Ricky Gomes who despite taking a heavy facial knock late in the second half went on to be our penalty shoot out star saving two penalties to give Arbroath the bonus point against Alloa Athletic.

Latest News

Angus Nairn

It is with deep regret that we pass on the sad news that devoted Lichtie Angus Nairn has passed away.

Everyone associated with Arbroath FC would like to pass on their deepest sympathies and regards to Angus's family and friends and our thoughts are with them at this terribly sad time.

One of Angus's closest friends, Dave Ramsay has written this wonderful tribute.

As a lad of five years old, Angus was inducted to Gayfield Stadium, where for the next 77 years he devoted his loyalty to his “Lichties” and latterly his star player, Ricky Little.

Gladly, Angus was able to attend all three pre – season friendlies, and his last attendance was at the Bolton Wanderer’s game last Tuesday.

Sadly, Angus passed away peacefully and at home with his family on Wednesday, and today at Gayfield where we beat Montrose 4 – 0, we kept his seat vacant, and an AFC football scarf tied to the barrier to his memory.

Many supporters today, came and paid their respects to Angus, to Stewart, Charlie and myself, his close football pals.

On Wednesday this coming week, the day of his funeral, AFC have decided to fly the AFC flag at half – mast as a mark of loyalty and respect for the family, and the funeral cortege will drive past Gayfield and the flag, as Angus passes Gayfield for his very last time.

A silver Quaich will soon be donated to AFC as “The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy” a trophy to be presented annually, for “The best newcomer to the Team” from the best, loyal, long – serving “Lichtie.”

This decision will be that of the Manager and Directors, and will serve to keep the memory of Angus Nairn alive, for many, many years to come.

Charlie Wood his friend, is also going to sponsor a match day football in August, in memory of Angus.

Angus is pictured at his last game at Gayfield in fantastic spirits at the match against Bolton Wanderers with Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird, dear friend Dave Ramsay and Facilities and Kit Manager Louise Walker. A huge smile and raising his glass to us all!

Two days later at the end of season dinner for the Arbroath Chest Heart and Stoke Association at the Meadowbank inn, Angus has received a letter from the Head Office CHS Scotland, commending him on the work he has done for the Thursday Club.

Rest in Peace Angus. You are in our thoughts.
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Angus Nairn

It is with deep regret that we pass on the sad news that devoted Lichtie Angus Nairn has passed away.   

Everyone associated with Arbroath FC would like to pass on their deepest sympathies and regards to Anguss family and friends and our thoughts are with them at this terribly sad time.

One of Anguss closest friends, Dave Ramsay has written this wonderful tribute.

As a lad of five years old, Angus was inducted to Gayfield Stadium, where for the next 77 years he devoted his loyalty to his “Lichties” and latterly his star player, Ricky Little.

Gladly, Angus was able to attend all three pre – season friendlies, and his last attendance was at the Bolton Wanderer’s game last Tuesday.

Sadly, Angus passed away peacefully and at home with his family on Wednesday, and today at Gayfield where we beat Montrose 4 – 0,  we kept his seat vacant, and an AFC football scarf tied to the barrier to his memory.

Many supporters today, came and paid their respects to Angus, to Stewart, Charlie and myself, his close football pals.

On Wednesday this coming week, the day of his funeral, AFC have decided to fly the AFC flag at half – mast as a mark of loyalty and respect for the family, and the funeral cortege will drive past Gayfield and the flag, as Angus passes Gayfield for his very last time.

A silver Quaich will soon be donated to AFC as “The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy” a trophy to be presented annually, for “The best newcomer to the Team” from the best, loyal, long – serving “Lichtie.”

This decision will be that of the Manager and Directors, and will serve to keep the memory of Angus Nairn alive, for many, many years to come.

Charlie Wood his friend, is also going to sponsor a match day football in August, in memory of Angus.

Angus is pictured at his last game at Gayfield in fantastic spirits at the match against Bolton Wanderers with Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird, dear friend Dave Ramsay and Facilities and Kit Manager Louise Walker.  A huge smile and raising his glass to us all! 

Two days later at the end of season dinner for the Arbroath Chest Heart and Stoke Association at the Meadowbank inn, Angus has received a letter from the Head Office CHS Scotland, commending him on the work he has done for the Thursday Club.

Rest in Peace Angus.  You are in our thoughts.

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Scott FlemingSad news indeed, rest in peace Angus.

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Jaz YuillThis sad news R.I.P Angus

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Christex OdongoRip so so sad

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Kevin John SmithWhat a fantastic tribute RIP Angus

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Saraah Jane GiirdwoodRest in peace angus xx

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Mike J BurnettSad news...

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Nicole AitkenAww Kaley Cargill this is lovely 😘xx

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Sandy MartinSad sad news, RIP my old neighbour and friend many a great time had at Tarry Road. Great tribute from the club

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Louise WalkerRest in Peace Angus xx

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Pete BellRIP Angus our thoughts and prayers to your family.

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Arbroath 4-0 Montrose - Match Highlights

Highlights of yesterday's excellent 4-0 win over Montrose now available to watch on our You Tube Channel
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Highlight's of yesterday's Betfred Cup Group D Match against Montrose

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Jordan WebsterNot a great first half and still head and shoulders above them Second half went through the gears and scored some great goals Whoever picked the man of the match must have been on something I wouldent mind trying because as much of an impact d denholm made and his 2 great goals I personally thought Thom Obrien walked through the game and was a different class

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John Cargilldanny d hates the mo

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Happy (Belated) Birthday to Ricky Gomes!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Goalkeeper Ricky Gomes a very Happy (belated) Birthday!

( I got my dates wrong and thought it was Ricky's Birthday tomorrow, but he actually turned 24 on Wednesday! )

It has no doubt been a rollercoaster of a week for Ricky after he suffered a really sore and nasty mouth injury against Alloa Athletic on Tuesday but went on to be the hero as he saved two penalties clinching the bonus point for the Lichties!

It's Ricky's second season at Gayfield and we would like everyone to wish him a very Happy Birthday!

We hope he gets to spend some time with his loved ones this weekend.

Happy Birthday Ricky!
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Happy (Belated) Birthday to Ricky Gomes!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Goalkeeper Ricky Gomes a very Happy (belated) Birthday! 

( I got my dates wrong and thought it was Rickys Birthday tomorrow, but he actually turned 24 on Wednesday! )

It has no doubt been a rollercoaster of a week for Ricky after he suffered a really sore and nasty mouth injury against Alloa Athletic on Tuesday but went on to be the hero as he saved two penalties clinching the bonus point for the Lichties!

Its Rickys second season at Gayfield and we would like everyone to wish him a very Happy Birthday!

We hope he gets to spend some time with his loved ones this weekend.

Happy Birthday Ricky!

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Louise WalkerHappy Birthday Ricky 🎉🎂🍾

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Hibernian vs Arbroath – Ticket Information

Hibs
Hibernian vs Arbroath – Ticket Information
 
Tuesday 25th July – Easter Road, Edinburgh – 7.45pm kick off.
 
Arbroath supporters who are traveling to Easter Road on Tuesday night for our 3rd match in Group D in the Betfred Cup should read these details.
 
Arbroath supporters will be accommodated in the South Stand.
 
This is located at the end of Albion Road and it is the same stand that we were accommodated in for our Scottish Cup tie fixture 3 seasons ago.
 
Please purchase a ticket from the South Stand Ticket Pod then proceed to turnstiles 5 & 6. It would be advised to take cash.
 
Wheelchair users and attendants have an acceptable entry gate at the South Stand.
 
Admission is set at £15 for Adults and £10 for Concessions (concessions may be asked for proof of identity to confirm eligibility).
 
Please arrive in plenty of time to make sure you have your seat before kick off at 7.45pm
 
Easter Road is a no smoking stadium and this includes the use of e cigarettes and vaping.
 
Flags will be permitted after they have been presented to Stewards and checked on camera by Control Room Staff.
 
Travel
 
Travel by Road: The postcode for sat nav used is EH7 5QG.
Edinburgh is notoriously busy and with the traffic and possible roadworks please allow yourself plenty of time to get there.
 
Edinburgh City Council have also introduced new 20mph speed limits throughout the city and several around the Easter Road and Leith area in particular. Cameras are in use for the new speed limits.
 
Parking
 
Car parking is available on-street outwith any restricted areas. Please check signs and cones. Edinburgh parking attendants are known for issuing tickets and this area is well patrolled on match days.
 
We hope to see you there cheering on the Lichties!
 
Images courtesy of Google Maps.

Angus Nairn

Angus - Web

Angus Nairn
 
It is with deep regret that we pass on the sad news that devoted Lichtie Angus Nairn has passed away.
 
Everyone associated with Arbroath FC would like to pass on their deepest sympathies and regards to Angus’s family and friends and our thoughts are with them at this terribly sad time.
 
One of Angus’s closest friends Dave Ramsay has written this wonderful tribute.
 
As a lad of five years old, Angus was inducted to Gayfield Stadium, where for the next 77 years he devoted his loyalty to his “Lichties” and latterly his star player, Ricky Little.
 
Gladly, Angus was able to attend all three pre – season friendlies, and his last attendance was at the Bolton Wanderer’s game last Tuesday.
 
Sadly, Angus passed away peacefully and at home with his family on Wednesday, and today at Gayfield where we beat Montrose 4 – 0, we kept his seat vacant, and an AFC football scarf tied to the barrier to his memory.
 
Many supporters today, came and paid their respects to Angus, to Stewart, Charlie and myself, his close football pals.
 
On Wednesday this coming week, the day of his funeral, AFC have decided to fly the AFC flag at half – mast as a mark of loyalty and respect for the family, and the funeral cortege will drive past Gayfield and the flag, as Angus passes Gayfield for his very last time.
 
A silver Quaich will soon be donated to AFC as “The Angus Nairn Memorial Trophy” a trophy to be presented annually, for “The best newcomer to the Team” from the best, loyal, long – serving “Lichtie.”
 
This decision will be that of the Manager and Directors, and will serve to keep the memory of Angus Nairn alive, for many, many years to come.
 
Charlie Wood his friend, is also going to sponsor a match day football in August, in memory of Angus.
 
Angus is pictured at his last game at Gayfield in fantastic spirits at the match against Bolton Wanderers with Arbroath Chairman Mike Caird, dear friend Dave Ramsay and Facilities and Kit Manager Louise Walker.  A huge smile and raising his glass to us all! Two days later at the end of season dinner for the Arbroath Chest Heart and Stoke Association at the Meadowbank inn, Angus has received a letter from the Head Office CHS Scotland, commending him on the work he has done for the Thursday Club.
 
Rest in Peace Angus. You are in our thoughts.

“Hats the Way to Do It” say’s Kathie

IMG_5787

Before yesterdays game Arbroath supporter Kathie Murdoch presented Arbroath FC Manager Dick Campbell with one of her hand knitted Arbroath FC “Tammies”. Kathie who is originally from Methil and now stays in London has knitted “Tammies” for a number of Arbroath FC supporters. Picture shows Kathie and her son Duncan and Dick modelling his new AFC “Tammie”.

Arbroath 4 – 0 Montrose

Arb 4 - 0 Mo

Arbroath thumped local rivals Montrose this afternoon at a soaking wet Gayfield to move into second in Group D in the Betfred Cup.

David Gold opened the scoring in the 31st minute before second half substitute Danny Denholm scored twice in 5 minutes before Steven Doris netted the Lichtie’s 4th goal in the 90th minute after good play from Kane Hester.

Arbroath sit in 2nd place with 5 points, 3 points behind leaders Ross County and 1 point above Hibernian.  However the Lichties travel to Easter Road on Tuesday to face Neil Lennon’s side before we welcome Ross County to Gayfield on Saturday 29th July.

New Signing – David Hutton

David Hutton

New Signing – David Hutton

Arbroath FC are delighted to announce the signing of Goalkeeper David Hutton.

The 32 year old keeper moves to Gayfield having spent the last two seasons at East End Park with Dunfermline Athletic and was in goal when we played our Betfred Cup tie there last season.

David started his career with Aberdeen, before a short spell with Junior side Petershill in his native Glasgow. A move to Clyde followed where he made just under 100 appearances.

In the 2006-2007 season when Clyde were in the Scottish First Division (Now Championship) he kept 11 clean sheets as Clyde finished with the best defensive record in the league.

A move to Queen of the South followed in 2009 after Clyde were hit with financial problems and David made over 50 appearances at Palmerston before seasons at Hamilton Academical and Greenock Morton.

From 2013 to 2015 David was at Ayr United making over 70 appearances before Allan Johnston snapped him up for Dunfermline Athletic.

Now David starts a new chapter in his footballing career as he moves to Gayfield.

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