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Lichties Bonus Ball – May Winner

May Winner

Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for May – Eric Davidson

Congratulations to Eric Davidson who has won £450 from the Lichties Bonus Ball draw for May after correctly guessing ball 33.

The Lotto Machine was Arthur and ball set L4 with the Bonus Ball 33 being drawn alongside numbers 20, 22, 31, 39, 41 and 54 

The Lichties Bonus Ball Scheme allows fans a 1 in 59 chance to win £450 every month with a £900 jackpot in November, just before Christmas. 

Thank you to everyone who has taken part, your support for the club really is appreciated. We ask that you stay with us and help us continue the success of last season on the park and also build a stronger and better club off the park. Your support for the Lichties Bonus Ball draw will help us do that.

To purchase a ball for the month of June please contact Brian Cargill on briancargill50@gmail.com or 07793-070168

C’mon the Lichties

Dick Campbell – Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season

Manger of the Season

Dick Campbell has been named Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season on top of being named April SPFL League 2 Manager of the Month.

It’s a huge honour to announce that our manager Dick Campbell has been named the SPFL Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season.

The Ladbrokes yearly awards are voted for by members of the Scottish media, with a Manager and a Player of the Year selected for each of the four divisions.

Dick and his backroom staff moved to the club when we were in a very difficult position in the league. Over the summer he secured some very talented players in the transfer market and reshaped our squad.

The season was a game of catch up after Forfar Athletic’s amazing start, but with determination the Lichties clawed back the lead and even on the 4th of February when we found ourselves 11 points from the top of the league the ‘never give up’ attitude was firmly in place and the overwhelmingly strong bond between a very talented group of players really set in.

Dick spoke to http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/campbell-lands-201617-award/

Campbell told Ladbrokes News: “I think it’s as good an effort by one of my teams from all the years I’ve been in the game.

“You win the championship because you accrue more points than anybody else and Forfar helped us a wee bit by dropping lots of points, but the last 15 games we only lost twice. That’s a magnificent effort and I’m very happy.

“I’m already planning for next season right now, today! My beliefs are very simple; I’ve had four championships and four promotions and anybody we sign in the summer has got to be better than what we’ve got. No question. That’s a natural progression. Everybody’s got a part to play.”

Under the guidance of Dick, his brother Ian, John Young and John Ritchie the Lichties triumphed on a day in Stirling we will always remember.

This is a fantastic award which is very much deserved!

On top of this accolade Dick was also named SPFL Manager for the Month of April! – His first Manager of the Month award all season!

Congratulations Dick!

C’mon the Lichties!

The Prince’s Trust Team Programme

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The Prince’s Trust Team Programme, Team 98 have been at Gayfield last week and this week painting the ground and doing some maintenance.

Team Programme is a 12 week self development course based in the Dundee and Angus College.

As a part of the 12 weeks the team complete a community project weeks 4, 5 & 6.

Team 98 chose to come to Gayfield to help with some ongoing maintenance.

Team 98 will be returning to Gayfield week commencing the 19th of June and the 26th of June.

With the help of local supporters they plan on painting the outside boundary wall amongst other things.

If you are a Lichtie and would like to help Team 98 between the 19th and 26th of June paint and take part in other maintenance activities at Gayfield then we would love to hear from you.

Please Contact Julie Harper via email on julie.harper66@googlemail.com or call her on 07864195158

Arbroath FC Kit Auction

We all have a favourite player! Do you have a favourite kit number too?

Was it the #8 shirt of Ryan McCord who made you celebrate as he curled in a free kick?

Perhaps it was Captain Mark Whatley in his #6 Shirt?

Maybe Ricky Little #4 and Colin Hamilton #5 as the best defensive partnership in the league?

Could it be Bobby Linn #11 as he switched from his traditional #7

Or maybe the safe hands of Ricky Gomes as our #1

Arbroath FC are offering supporters a unique opportunity to purchase something special from the 2016/17 title winning season.

Each of the individual first team playing kits now available at auction to the highest bidder.

Not only will you have the a piece of history but you will be helping Arbroath FC as all funds raised will be ploughed back directly into the club.

Both the Pendle maroon home kit and the navy and yellow away kit which was worn on the day the team clinched the title at Stirling Albion on the 6th of May are available

With numbers 1 to 18 and the 2nd goalkeeper kit number 21 individually available.

Supporters are invited to submit bids for the kit of their choice by emailing briancargill50@gmail.com or by phoning or texting Brian Cargill on 07793-070168.

A confirmation email or text of your bid will be sent and bidders will also be advised if they have been outbid to give an opportunity to increase their own bid should they wish.

There is a minimum bid of £20 for each kit.

The auction closes at midnight on Monday the 12th of June.

Good luck and C’mon the Lichties!

Kit Auction

SPFL League 2 Champions – Arbroath FC

Winning the 2016/17 SPFL League 2 Championship has been a fantastic achievement for Arbroath FC. The Board of Directors would very much like to thank the Management & Coaching Staff led by Dick Campbell and all of the Players who have made this success possible. The Team has played attacking entertaining football throughout the season and thoroughly deserved winning the League Title.
 
The Directors would also like to thank all Club Supporters who have supported the Team in an extraordinarily way both at Home and Away fixtures all season and in particular the large number of Supporters who travelled to Stirling for the final game of the season. Your vocal support for the Players was fantastic throughout the game and was greatly appreciated by the Manager and his Players. It really was a great and memorable day for the Club.
 
Winning the Championship was also a great finale for Club Chairman, Mr John Christison, who has now retired after many years loyal service to the Club as a Supporter, Board Member and Chairman. The Board wish to thank John for everything he has done to ensure that the Club has been managed well over many years and wish him well for his retirement. Mr Mike Caird has now taken over the role of Club Chairman and along with the remaining Directors, has already started planning ahead for and working towards the 2017/18 season.
 
Continued support for the Club next season will again be vitally important and we look forward to seeing as many supporters as possible at Gayfield next season to build on the tremendous success of season 2016/17.

Lichtie Spirit

We have been very lucky to be granted and given a chance to see the bond that exists in the 4 walls of the Arbroath changing room with this short video.

Not many fans or even officials get to see what is said in the privacy of that football sanctuary.

Many times it is where football games can be won, and performances turned around to win those 3 valuable points. This group of Arbroath players have a very special bond.

There are several players who have been at the club for a few years, and those who have returned home to Gayfield, but for many, this was their first season as a Lichtie, and it is one that they will never ever forget.

The spirit, the camaraderie, the bond – whatever name it takes – It was fully present within a very special set of players, backroom staff, coaches and Management.

Lichtie Trophy Tour Pictures – Sharing with the Community

This “Lichtie Trophy Tour” has seen some well known locals and also club sponsors see the trophy. Here are a sample of some of the lucky ones to see and get their hands on the trophy.

Edwin has only been to two Arbroath games, however one of them was against Stirling earlier this month. It has been enough to convert him to an Arbroath fan. Welcome the elite supporters club Edwin.

Edwin has only been to two Arbroath games, and he has already seen us win a trophy. One of the games was against Stirling earlier this month and it was been enough to convert him to an Arbroath fan. Welcome to the elite supporters club Edwin.

The trophy visited McKays the Boat Builders today. Paul and Lynn are huge Arbroath fans and enjoyed sharing the trophy with Edwin.

The trophy visited McKays the Boat Builders today. Paul and Lynn are huge Arbroath fans and enjoyed sharing the trophy with Edwin.

Gayfield had visitors to the ground today. A couple who are Luton Town supporters. They were fortunate to get their hands on the trophy and promised to return during the season to cheer the Lichties on. Haste Ye Back

Gayfield had visitors to the ground today. A couple who are Luton Town supporters. They were fortunate to get their hands on the trophy and promised to return during the season to cheer the Lichties on. Haste Ye Back

Tutties with Yvonne Milliken and Carol Shand

Tutties with big Lichties supporters Yvonne Milliken and Carol Shand

Arbroath FC staff member Michelle Millar was delighted to get her hands on the trophy, especially before John Stirling !!

Arbroath FC staff member Michelle Millar was delighted to get her hands on the trophy, especially before John Stirling !!

Ian Lorimer of Arbroath Round Table got his hands on the trophy.

Ian Lorimer of Arbroath Round Table got his hands on the trophy.

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning - Mike Sowden

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning – Mike Sowden

 

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning - Harry Simpson

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning – Harry Simpson

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning - Dale Hatton

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning – Dale Hatton

Lynn Cameron of McKays Boatbuilders who are great supporters of the club.

Lynn Cameron of McKays Boatbuilders who are great supporters of the club.

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning - Frank McDiarmid

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning – Frank McDiarmid

Arbroath Rotary Clubs Ian Ballantyne at the Coffee Morning

Arbroath Rotary Clubs Ian Ballantyne at the Coffee Morning

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning

Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning

Jenny Murray and the girls at the Arbroath Rotary Club Coffee Morning

Arbroath's Rotoract Club

Arbroath’s Rotoract Club

Ross Cargill of Arbroath's Rotoract Club

Ross Cargill of Arbroath’s Rotoract Club

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home - 100 year old Arbroath FC fan Hilda Forrester

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home – 100 year old Arbroath FC fan Hilda Forrester

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home Kitchen Staff

Tarriebank House Residential Care Home Kitchen Staff

Tarriebank House Residential Car Home Staff

Tarriebank House Residential Car Home Staff & Dug

DM Welding, Arbroath

D&M Welding, Arbroath

John Stirling of Arbikie proudly holds the trophy.

John Stirling of club sponsors Arbikie proudly holds the trophy.

St Thomas RC Primary School

St Thomas RC Primary School

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

St Andrews Church 21 May 2017

History meets history. The trophy has many years of stories and history behind it. The building in the background (Arbroath Abbey) could also tell a few tales from the past too I'm sure.

History meets history. The trophy has many years of stories and history behind it. The building in the background (Arbroath Abbey) could also tell a few tales from the past too I’m sure.

Kathy Black (son of Arbroath FC photographer Graham Black) was delighted to get her hands on the trophy at St Andrews Church. Kathy said this was the best photograph she had seen all year !!!

Kathy Black (son of Arbroath FC photographer Graham Black) was delighted to get her hands on the trophy at St Andrews Church. Kathy said this was the best photograph she had seen all year !!!

June Watson who was celebrating her 71st birthday got a surprise "Trophyagram" for her birthday.

June Watson who was celebrating her 71st birthday got a surprise “Trophyagram” for her birthday.

Dan Wood who was celebrating his 85th birthday had a special day with his family made even more special when he got his hands on the trophy.

Dan Wood who was celebrating his 85th birthday had a special day with his family made even more special when he got his hands on the trophy.

AUCC President Geoff Fisher and local businessman and supporter of Arbroath FC Gordon Spink were delighted to get their picture taken with the trophy.

AUCC President Geoff Fisher and local businessman and supporter of Arbroath FC Gordon Spink were delighted to get their picture taken with the trophy.

The trophy visited Arbroath Cricket Club who are used to having national silverware around the club. Gary Burnett and President Geoff Fisher look delighted to have got their hands on the trophy.

The trophy visited Arbroath Cricket Club who are used to having national silverware around the club. Gary Burnett and President Geoff Fisher look delighted to have got their hands on another trophy, but played with a bigger ball.

Bryan Wylie and Steven Simpson of Ewarts Butchers (Carnoustie) got their chance to have a picture taken with the trophy. Bryan, son of well known Arbroath High School FP's legend Dave Wylie was especially delighted to get his picture taken with the trophy. Bryan 1 - Dad Dave 0.

Bryan Wylie and Steven Simpson of Ewarts Butchers (Carnoustie) got their chance to have a picture taken with the trophy. Arbroath fan Bryan, and son of well known Arbroath High School FP’s legend Dave Wylie was especially delighted to get his picture taken with the trophy. Result – Bryan 1 – Dad Dave 0.

Loula Makaronis owner of Guys Cutz barbers and her staff got their hands on the trophy. Guys Cutz have been great supporters of the club.

Loula Makaronis owner of Guys Cutz barbers and her staff got their hands on the trophy. Guys Cutz have been great supporters of the club.

These two lucky Warddykes PS pupils got their hands on the trophy.

These two lucky Warddykes PS pupils got their hands on the trophy.

Maureen Fulton visited Warddykes Primary School with the trophy and enthralled the kids with her many stories of following the club over many years.

Maureen Fulton visited Warddykes Primary School with the trophy and enthralled the kids with her many stories of following the club over many years.

Life time supporters Eric & Maureen Fulton managed to get their hands on the trophy this week.

Life time supporters Eric & Maureen Fulton managed to get their hands on the trophy this week.

Jim Liddle who has supported the club for many years enjoyed some time on Sunday evening with the trophy. It was a Jim great experience sitting with Jim and listening to his many stories of following the Lichties over the years. Jim goes in for an operation this week and everyone at the club would like to wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.

Jim Liddle who has supported the club for many years enjoyed some time on Sunday evening with the trophy. It was a pleasure and a great experience sitting with Jim and listening to his wonderful stories of his time following the Lichties over many many years. Great Lichtie fans Mike Garret and Willie Lyall set the trophy visit up and it really gave Jim a boost. Jim goes into hospital for an operation this week and everyone at the club would like to wish him all the best for a speedy recovery.

The last thing big Lichtie fan John Cruickshank thought he would be doing when he went for his late night shop at Asda was to be getting his hands on the Division 2 trophy.

The last thing big Lichtie fan John Cruickshank thought he would be doing when he went for his late night shop at Asda was to be getting his hands on the Division 2 trophy.

Lichtie fans Tam Watson & Jock McGurk

Lichtie fans Tam Watson & Jock McGurk got a hold of the trophy. Tam said it was the first football trophy he has held since the Watters Cup final many years ago.

Ray Cargill who doesn't get down to Gayfield as much as he would like now was delighted to see and hold the trophy this week.

Ray Cargill who doesn’t get down to Gayfield as much as he would like now was delighted to see and hold the trophy this week.

Brenda Miller of "Millers of Carnoustie" was delighted to have the trophy on show at the opening night of their new showroom in Carnoustie.

Brenda Miller of “Millers of Carnoustie” was delighted to have the trophy on show at the opening night of their new showroom in Carnoustie.

Box Soccer kids were delighted to get their chance to see and hold the trophy.

Box Soccer kids were delighted to get their chance to see and hold the trophy.

 

Ian Wren of club sponsor Horseback UK was delighted to get a hold of the trophy.

Ian Wren of club sponsor Horseback UK was delighted to get a hold of the trophy.

Lichties Trophy Tour Begins

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The Scottish League 2 Trophy made its first community outing tonight when the local Box Soccer kids got to see and hold the trophy.

The community supported the team throughout the season and in particular in huge numbers on Saturday at Stirling. The club wants the community to share the excitement of winning the league and the intention is to visit every local school, nursing home, youth football teams and any other local groups who would like to see the trophy.

We will also try to visit all our sponsors and the businesses who have helped us throughout the season.

If you want your group or business to see the trophy then please get in touch with Brian Cargill by email on briancargill50@gmail.com

Tonight was the start of something magic as the kids showed just how much Dick Campbell’s team have given the local community a boost by bringing back the trophy to Gayfield.

 

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Arbroath Football Club - Official shared SPFL's Arbroath.

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SPFL Season in Numbers

1 - Arbroath clinched the Ladbrokes League 2 title on the final day of the season, pipping local rivals Forfar Athletic who went on to win promotion via the play-offs. A major factor in the Red Lichties' success was their outstanding away record - the only defeat suffered by Dick Campbell's men on their travels was against Clyde at Broadwood back in September.

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Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for May - Eric Davidson

Congratulations to Eric Davidson who has won £450 for the Lichties Bonus Ball for May after correctly guessing ball 33.

The Lotto Machine was Arthur and ball set L4 with the Bonus Ball 33 being drawn alongside numbers 20, 22, 31, 39, 41 and 54

The Lichties Bonus Ball Scheme allows fans a 1 in 59 chance to win £450 every month with a giant £900 jackpot just before Christmas.

To purchase a ball for the month of June please contact Brian Cargill on briancargill50@gmail.com or 07793-070168
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Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for May - Eric Davidson

Congratulations to Eric Davidson who has won £450 for the Lichties Bonus Ball for May after correctly guessing ball 33.

The Lotto Machine was Arthur and ball set L4 with the Bonus Ball 33 being drawn alongside numbers 20, 22, 31, 39, 41 and 54 

The Lichties Bonus Ball Scheme allows fans a 1 in 59 chance to win £450 every month with a giant £900 jackpot just before Christmas.

To purchase a ball for the month of June please contact Brian Cargill on briancargill50@gmail.com or 07793-070168

Lichtie Trophy Tour Part 8 - Tarriebank House

The Ladbrokes League 2 Trophy made a very special trip today as it stopped by Tarriebank House to visit Hilda Forrester who is 100 years old!

Hilda turned 100 on Wednesday 30th November 2016 and a few days later became Arbroath's oldest ever mascot when she led out the Lichties against Edinburgh City.

Hilda is an amazing Woman and was fitting she got to raise the trophy!

Thank you to Hilda and everyone at Tarriebank House!
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Lichtie Trophy Tour Part 8 - Tarriebank House

The Ladbrokes League 2 Trophy made a very special trip today as it stopped by Tarriebank House to visit Hilda Forrester who is 100 years old! 

Hilda turned 100 on Wednesday 30th November 2016 and a few days later became Arbroaths oldest ever mascot when she led out the Lichties against Edinburgh City.

Hilda is an amazing Woman and was fitting she got to raise the trophy!

Thank you to Hilda and everyone at Tarriebank House!

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Tim ForresterWell done Mum. 100 years a Lichtie!

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Helen ForresterLooking great!

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Ewan ForbesFantastic

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Ginge ShawHilda for the new Chairwoman

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Philip GibsonYou're a great ambassador for the club Brian Cargill keep up the good work mate.

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Kevin John SmithCould not agree more Phillip. Brian does a great job.

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Jacki RossMy husband is a die hard Forfar Athletic supporter but even he liked this photograph!!😊

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Lorna SmithAbsolutely brilliant.... you look amazing Hilda xx

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Lichties Bonus Ball – May Winner

May Winner

Lichties Bonus Ball Winner for May – Eric Davidson

Congratulations to Eric Davidson who has won £450 from the Lichties Bonus Ball draw for May after correctly guessing ball 33.

The Lotto Machine was Arthur and ball set L4 with the Bonus Ball 33 being drawn alongside numbers 20, 22, 31, 39, 41 and 54 

The Lichties Bonus Ball Scheme allows fans a 1 in 59 chance to win £450 every month with a £900 jackpot in November, just before Christmas. 

Thank you to everyone who has taken part, your support for the club really is appreciated. We ask that you stay with us and help us continue the success of last season on the park and also build a stronger and better club off the park. Your support for the Lichties Bonus Ball draw will help us do that.

To purchase a ball for the month of June please contact Brian Cargill on briancargill50@gmail.com or 07793-070168

C’mon the Lichties

Dick Campbell – Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season

Manger of the Season

Dick Campbell has been named Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season on top of being named April SPFL League 2 Manager of the Month.

It’s a huge honour to announce that our manager Dick Campbell has been named the SPFL Ladbrokes League 2 Manager of the Season.

The Ladbrokes yearly awards are voted for by members of the Scottish media, with a Manager and a Player of the Year selected for each of the four divisions.

Dick and his backroom staff moved to the club when we were in a very difficult position in the league. Over the summer he secured some very talented players in the transfer market and reshaped our squad.

The season was a game of catch up after Forfar Athletic’s amazing start, but with determination the Lichties clawed back the lead and even on the 4th of February when we found ourselves 11 points from the top of the league the ‘never give up’ attitude was firmly in place and the overwhelmingly strong bond between a very talented group of players really set in.

Dick spoke to http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/campbell-lands-201617-award/

Campbell told Ladbrokes News: “I think it’s as good an effort by one of my teams from all the years I’ve been in the game.

“You win the championship because you accrue more points than anybody else and Forfar helped us a wee bit by dropping lots of points, but the last 15 games we only lost twice. That’s a magnificent effort and I’m very happy.

“I’m already planning for next season right now, today! My beliefs are very simple; I’ve had four championships and four promotions and anybody we sign in the summer has got to be better than what we’ve got. No question. That’s a natural progression. Everybody’s got a part to play.”

Under the guidance of Dick, his brother Ian, John Young and John Ritchie the Lichties triumphed on a day in Stirling we will always remember.

This is a fantastic award which is very much deserved!

On top of this accolade Dick was also named SPFL Manager for the Month of April! – His first Manager of the Month award all season!

Congratulations Dick!

C’mon the Lichties!

The Prince’s Trust Team Programme

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The Prince’s Trust Team Programme, Team 98 have been at Gayfield last week and this week painting the ground and doing some maintenance.

Team Programme is a 12 week self development course based in the Dundee and Angus College.

As a part of the 12 weeks the team complete a community project weeks 4, 5 & 6.

Team 98 chose to come to Gayfield to help with some ongoing maintenance.

Team 98 will be returning to Gayfield week commencing the 19th of June and the 26th of June.

With the help of local supporters they plan on painting the outside boundary wall amongst other things.

If you are a Lichtie and would like to help Team 98 between the 19th and 26th of June paint and take part in other maintenance activities at Gayfield then we would love to hear from you.

Please Contact Julie Harper via email on julie.harper66@googlemail.com or call her on 07864195158

Arbroath FC Kit Auction

We all have a favourite player! Do you have a favourite kit number too?

Was it the #8 shirt of Ryan McCord who made you celebrate as he curled in a free kick?

Perhaps it was Captain Mark Whatley in his #6 Shirt?

Maybe Ricky Little #4 and Colin Hamilton #5 as the best defensive partnership in the league?

Could it be Bobby Linn #11 as he switched from his traditional #7

Or maybe the safe hands of Ricky Gomes as our #1

Arbroath FC are offering supporters a unique opportunity to purchase something special from the 2016/17 title winning season.

Each of the individual first team playing kits now available at auction to the highest bidder.

Not only will you have the a piece of history but you will be helping Arbroath FC as all funds raised will be ploughed back directly into the club.

Both the Pendle maroon home kit and the navy and yellow away kit which was worn on the day the team clinched the title at Stirling Albion on the 6th of May are available

With numbers 1 to 18 and the 2nd goalkeeper kit number 21 individually available.

Supporters are invited to submit bids for the kit of their choice by emailing briancargill50@gmail.com or by phoning or texting Brian Cargill on 07793-070168.

A confirmation email or text of your bid will be sent and bidders will also be advised if they have been outbid to give an opportunity to increase their own bid should they wish.

There is a minimum bid of £20 for each kit.

The auction closes at midnight on Monday the 12th of June.

Good luck and C’mon the Lichties!

Kit Auction

SPFL League 2 Champions – Arbroath FC

Winning the 2016/17 SPFL League 2 Championship has been a fantastic achievement for Arbroath FC. The Board of Directors would very much like to thank the Management & Coaching Staff led by Dick Campbell and all of the Players who have made this success possible. The Team has played attacking entertaining football throughout the season and thoroughly deserved winning the League Title.
 
The Directors would also like to thank all Club Supporters who have supported the Team in an extraordinarily way both at Home and Away fixtures all season and in particular the large number of Supporters who travelled to Stirling for the final game of the season. Your vocal support for the Players was fantastic throughout the game and was greatly appreciated by the Manager and his Players. It really was a great and memorable day for the Club.
 
Winning the Championship was also a great finale for Club Chairman, Mr John Christison, who has now retired after many years loyal service to the Club as a Supporter, Board Member and Chairman. The Board wish to thank John for everything he has done to ensure that the Club has been managed well over many years and wish him well for his retirement. Mr Mike Caird has now taken over the role of Club Chairman and along with the remaining Directors, has already started planning ahead for and working towards the 2017/18 season.
 
Continued support for the Club next season will again be vitally important and we look forward to seeing as many supporters as possible at Gayfield next season to build on the tremendous success of season 2016/17.

Lichtie Spirit

We have been very lucky to be granted and given a chance to see the bond that exists in the 4 walls of the Arbroath changing room with this short video.

Not many fans or even officials get to see what is said in the privacy of that football sanctuary.

Many times it is where football games can be won, and performances turned around to win those 3 valuable points. This group of Arbroath players have a very special bond.

There are several players who have been at the club for a few years, and those who have returned home to Gayfield, but for many, this was their first season as a Lichtie, and it is one that they will never ever forget.

The spirit, the camaraderie, the bond – whatever name it takes – It was fully present within a very special set of players, backroom staff, coaches and Management.

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