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22 Sep 2018 - 15:00Ochilview Park, Stenhousemuir

Arbroath vs Edinburgh City – Friday 12th October 7.35pm

Admission Prices have been agreed with Edinburgh City for our 3rd round match against Edinburgh City in the Irn-Bru Cup.

£12 – Adults
£6 – Concessions
£15 – Adult and Child Gate

Season Tickets not Valid

C’mon the Lichties

SPFL Team of the Week – Star Man – Bobby Linn

Congratulations to Bobby Linn who not only was named in the SPFL Team of the week but was in fact the Star Man in the Team of the week.

An incredible hat-trick has taken Bobby to 9 goals in 10 games as his absolutely lightning start to the season continues!

Congratulations to Bobby and his Arbroath team mates!

Bobby Linn

The most in-form player in League 1 right now, Bobby Linn was sensational throughout Arbroath’s 3-1 win over local rivals Forfar Athletic. The SPFL Team of the Week’s star man scored a stunning hat-trick, capped by a glorious free-kick, to maintain the Lichties’ tremendous start to the season.

SFSA Female Fan Survey 2018

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/sfsa_female_fans
 
The first independent research project into women in Scottish football has been launched by The Scottish Football Supporters Association (SFSA).
 
The SFSA’s nationwide survey will assess, for the first time, female supporters’ views and attitudes on the current position of the Scottish game. The research will become an annual benchmarking & reporting exercise looking at all aspects of the game.
 
The SFSA’s online survey has been created in partnership with academic researchers Prof. Dr. Axel Faix and Dr. Joachim Lammert from FanQ who have undertaken similar evaluations on a national level in Germany and on a European level including the first independent evaluation of Scottish football governance conducted in 2017.
 
The online survey, which will run until the 16th of September, is expected to provide important and essential information to assess how the game is currently viewed by females and importantly to provide valuable insight into the future of the game to governing bodies and to individual clubs.
 
The SFSA, which has over 71,000 members supporting clubs across Scotland, is Scotland’s fans’ representative in The Football Supporters Europe network (FSE), an independent, representative and democratically organised grass-roots network of football fans’ in Europe with members in currently 48 countries across the continent.
 
The survey will close on 30th September 2018.
 
We appreciate any female Arbroath supporters who can help with this survey!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – GoPro Goals

A different perspective of Bobby Linn’s hat-trick from Saturday.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 38th minute – Bobby Linn scored the first goal of his hat-trick yesterday with this nice effort after turning his defender before shooting across goal and into the net.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 50th minute – Bobby scored his second goal yesterday in the 50th minute. As Michael McKenna closed in on goal the ball found its way over over to Bobby at the far post who made no mistake from close range.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 63rd minute – Bobby Linn saved his best for last as he completed his 25 minute hat trick with this stunning free kick!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – 36nilTV Match Highlights

Highlight’s from today’s game at Gayfield

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Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – Post Match Interviews

Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell addressed the press and 36nilTV after today’s Angus derby win.

Arbroath winger Bobby Linn spoke to the press and 36nilTV at his joy of a hat-trick and his personal goals for the season ahead.

Forfar Athletic Manager Jim Weir spoke to the press after watching his side lose at Gayfield.

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

Arbroath vs Forfar Athletic – Match Preview

Arbroath vs Forfar Athletic – Match Preview

Match Day 06 – Ladbrokes League One – Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 15th September 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off

Match Ball Sponsor – Angus Scaffolding Ltd

The Lichties return to Gayfield tomorrow for our 3rd Angus Derby of the new season. We welcome Manager Jim Weir and his Forfar Athletic team to Arbroath as they make the short trip east.

It’s another familiar team with ex-Lichties Marc McCallum, Andy Munro, Michael Travis and Dylan Easton.

The Loons started the league with a defeat against Airdrieonians but then recorded a great away win over Dumbarton, before a goalless draw with Stranraer before a win over Stenhousemuir then a defeat away to Raith Rovers.

Tomorrow’s match is the first of three consecutive Angus derbies for the Loons with a home tie against Brechin City before traveling to Montrose a week later.

Forfar Athletic Team News

Team News from the Forfar Athletic Website;
“Injury will again rule out Michael Travis from Jim Weir’s selection process while Matthew Aitken though back in training is still some way short of match fitness.”

“Manager Jim Weir is also very hopeful of adding a striker to his squad in the next 24 hours, but as ever no confirmation will come from the club until all paperwork is signed and ratified.”

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath will welcome back striker Callum Smith who was cup ties for our Irn-Bru Cup game against Annan Athletic and it is hoped that the stitches defender Jason Thomson had for the bad cut suffered against Brechin City will have healed.

It is another tough game for the Lichties and we are hoping for another tremendous and vocal turn out to cheer on the Lichties.

Forfar Athletic Squad (including summer arrivals)

GK – Marc McCallum
GK – Willie Muir (Airdrieonians)

DF – Jamie Bain
DF – John Kelly (Partick Thistle)
DF – Michael Kennedy
DF – Ross Meechan (Stenhousemuir)
DF – Andy Munro
DF – Michael Travis
DF – Darren Whyte (St. Mirren, loan made permanent)
DF – Aidan Wilson (Rangers, loan)

MF – Jack Allan (Out to loan to Forfar West End)
MF – Connor Coupe (Dundee)
MF – Dylan Easton
MF – Murray Mackintosh
MF – Eddie Malone
MF – Thomas Reilly (Elgin City)

ST – Matthew Aitken
ST – John Baird (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)
ST – Dale Hilson
ST – Lewis Moore (Heart of Midlothian, loan)
ST – Ben Starkey

Station Park Departures

Grant Adam (Dumbarton),
Dean Brotherston (Dalbeattie Star),
Scott McBride (East Fife),
Mark Millar (Largs Thistle),
Josh Peters (Queen’s Park),
Marc Scott (Broughty Athletic),
Jack Allan (Forfar West End, loan),
Sam Clark (Forfar West End, loan),
Russell Dingwall (Ross County, end of loan),
Greg Hurst (St. Johnstone, end of loan),
Ross MacIver (Ross County, end of loan),
Kevin McNaughton (retired),
Gary Fraser

Arbroath vs Forfar Athletic – Head to Head – Last 4 matches

Arbroath 2 – 0 Forfar Athletic – 10th March 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018 
Goals – O’Brien 45, McIntosh 89

Forfar Athletic 0 – 1 Arbroath – 2nd January 2018 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018 Goal – McIntosh 43

Arbroath 2 – 1 Forfar Athletic – 25th November 2017 – Scottish League One – 2017/2018
 Goals – McIntosh 32, Linn 90 – Cox 9

Forfar Athletic 0 – 5 Arbroath – 1 6th September 2017 – Ladbrokes League 1 – 2017 / 2018
 Goals – McCord 42, pen 67, O’Brien 52, Hester 80, Linn pen 90

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee – Gavin Duncan
Assistant Referee 1 – Gordon Crawford
Assistant Referee 2 – Barry Dickson

Admission Prices;

£15 – Adults
£8 – Concessions
£18 – Parent and Child

Programme;

The fifth matchday programme of the new season is on sale with Ricky Little on the front cover and is on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield

Shop;

Our shop will be open during the open day and before kick off with supporters still able to buy a season ticket

36-0 Lounge;

The 36-0 Lounge will be open before and after the game to allow supporters to enjoy a beer.

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Throwback Thursday - Arbroath 0-2 Aberdeen - January 8th 2005

Aberdeen managed to overcome the brave challenge of Arbroath and gusting winds to earn a Scottish Cup win at Gayfield.

Gavin Swankie had an early shot for the home side, but Markus Heikkinen headed the Dons in front after 12 minutes when he bulleted in Steve Tosh's cross.

Home keeper Neil Inglis made a great diving save at the feet of John Stewart after good work from Darren Mackie.

But Mackie doubled the visitors' lead on 67 minutes when Stewart set him up to shoot home from 16 yards.

Aberdeen goalkeeper Ryan Esson was tested as early as the fifth minute when Euan Donaldson's wicked corner from the right swirled and looked to be creeping under the crossbar.

Esson backtracked and used both hands to punch clear.

Marc Millar was next to try his luck, but shot inches wide from 25 yards out.

Swankie then showed good pace to get in behind the Dons' defence, but Esson managed to get down quickly and stop his angled shot.

But Aberdeen took the lead when Heikkinen rose to bullet Tosh's delivery beyond Inglis.

Tosh found Stewart in the 39th minute and the youngster should have scored, but Steven Rennie managed to make a desperate block.

It was the same story two minutes later when Derek Adams got a shot on target but a defender launched himself into a clearance.

The Dons upped the pace after the break and were aided by the conditions being in their favour.

And the visitors were rewarded when Tosh and Stewart combined well, to leave space for Mackie to coolly stroke the ball into the net.

Dons substitute Noel Whelan had a great chance to add a third, but his volley from a tight angle lacked enough pace to get past Inglis.

Arbroath boss Harry Cairney tried to inject new life into his team with a late double change, but Paul Farquharson and Duncan McLean - who came on for Swankie and Greig Henslee - were unable to save the home team's cup dream.

Arbroath: Inglis, McMullen, Donaldson, Rennie, McLeod, Bishop, Millar (Cusick 82), MacDonald , Brazil, Henslee (Farquharson 87), Swankie (Maclean 87).

Subs Not Used: Woodcock, Greig Miller.

Booked: McMullen, Millar, Brazil.

Aberdeen: Esson, Hart, Anderson, Heikkinen, McGuire, McNaughton, Tosh (Morrison 79), Adams, Clark, Stewart (Whelan 68), Mackie.

Subs Not Used: Blanchard, Craig, Foster.

Goals: Heikkinen 12, Mackie 67.

Att: 4,165

Ref: B Winter
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Throwback Thursday - Arbroath 0-2 Aberdeen - January 8th 2005

Aberdeen managed to overcome the brave challenge of Arbroath and gusting winds to earn a Scottish Cup win at Gayfield.

Gavin Swankie had an early shot for the home side, but Markus Heikkinen headed the Dons in front after 12 minutes when he bulleted in Steve Toshs cross.

Home keeper Neil Inglis made a great diving save at the feet of John Stewart after good work from Darren Mackie.

But Mackie doubled the visitors lead on 67 minutes when Stewart set him up to shoot home from 16 yards.

Aberdeen goalkeeper Ryan Esson was tested as early as the fifth minute when Euan Donaldsons wicked corner from the right swirled and looked to be creeping under the crossbar.

Esson backtracked and used both hands to punch clear.

Marc Millar was next to try his luck, but shot inches wide from 25 yards out.

Swankie then showed good pace to get in behind the Dons defence, but Esson managed to get down quickly and stop his angled shot.

But Aberdeen took the lead when Heikkinen rose to bullet Toshs delivery beyond Inglis.

Tosh found Stewart in the 39th minute and the youngster should have scored, but Steven Rennie managed to make a desperate block.

It was the same story two minutes later when Derek Adams got a shot on target but a defender launched himself into a clearance.

The Dons upped the pace after the break and were aided by the conditions being in their favour.

And the visitors were rewarded when Tosh and Stewart combined well, to leave space for Mackie to coolly stroke the ball into the net.

Dons substitute Noel Whelan had a great chance to add a third, but his volley from a tight angle lacked enough pace to get past Inglis.

Arbroath boss Harry Cairney tried to inject new life into his team with a late double change, but Paul Farquharson and Duncan McLean - who came on for Swankie and Greig Henslee - were unable to save the home teams cup dream.

Arbroath: Inglis, McMullen, Donaldson, Rennie, McLeod, Bishop, Millar (Cusick 82), MacDonald , Brazil, Henslee (Farquharson 87), Swankie (Maclean 87).

Subs Not Used: Woodcock, Greig Miller.

Booked: McMullen, Millar, Brazil.

Aberdeen: Esson, Hart, Anderson, Heikkinen, McGuire, McNaughton, Tosh (Morrison 79), Adams, Clark, Stewart (Whelan 68), Mackie.

Subs Not Used: Blanchard, Craig, Foster.

Goals: Heikkinen 12, Mackie 67.

Att: 4,165

Ref: B Winter

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Friday 12th October 7.35pm

Admission Prices have been agreed with Edinburgh City for our 3rd round match against Edinburgh City in the Irn-Bru Cup.

£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Adult and Child Gate

Season Tickets not Valid

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Admission Prices have been agreed with Edinburgh City for our 3rd round match against Edinburgh City in the Irn-Bru Cup.

£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Adult and Child Gate

Season Tickets not Valid

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City – Friday 12th October 7.35pm

Admission Prices have been agreed with Edinburgh City for our 3rd round match against Edinburgh City in the Irn-Bru Cup.

£12 – Adults
£6 – Concessions
£15 – Adult and Child Gate

Season Tickets not Valid

C’mon the Lichties

SPFL Team of the Week – Star Man – Bobby Linn

Congratulations to Bobby Linn who not only was named in the SPFL Team of the week but was in fact the Star Man in the Team of the week.

An incredible hat-trick has taken Bobby to 9 goals in 10 games as his absolutely lightning start to the season continues!

Congratulations to Bobby and his Arbroath team mates!

Bobby Linn

The most in-form player in League 1 right now, Bobby Linn was sensational throughout Arbroath’s 3-1 win over local rivals Forfar Athletic. The SPFL Team of the Week’s star man scored a stunning hat-trick, capped by a glorious free-kick, to maintain the Lichties’ tremendous start to the season.

SFSA Female Fan Survey 2018

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/sfsa_female_fans
 
The first independent research project into women in Scottish football has been launched by The Scottish Football Supporters Association (SFSA).
 
The SFSA’s nationwide survey will assess, for the first time, female supporters’ views and attitudes on the current position of the Scottish game. The research will become an annual benchmarking & reporting exercise looking at all aspects of the game.
 
The SFSA’s online survey has been created in partnership with academic researchers Prof. Dr. Axel Faix and Dr. Joachim Lammert from FanQ who have undertaken similar evaluations on a national level in Germany and on a European level including the first independent evaluation of Scottish football governance conducted in 2017.
 
The online survey, which will run until the 16th of September, is expected to provide important and essential information to assess how the game is currently viewed by females and importantly to provide valuable insight into the future of the game to governing bodies and to individual clubs.
 
The SFSA, which has over 71,000 members supporting clubs across Scotland, is Scotland’s fans’ representative in The Football Supporters Europe network (FSE), an independent, representative and democratically organised grass-roots network of football fans’ in Europe with members in currently 48 countries across the continent.
 
The survey will close on 30th September 2018.
 
We appreciate any female Arbroath supporters who can help with this survey!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – GoPro Goals

A different perspective of Bobby Linn’s hat-trick from Saturday.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 38th minute – Bobby Linn scored the first goal of his hat-trick yesterday with this nice effort after turning his defender before shooting across goal and into the net.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 50th minute – Bobby scored his second goal yesterday in the 50th minute. As Michael McKenna closed in on goal the ball found its way over over to Bobby at the far post who made no mistake from close range.

GoPro Goal – Bobby Linn 63rd minute – Bobby Linn saved his best for last as he completed his 25 minute hat trick with this stunning free kick!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – 36nilTV Match Highlights

Highlight’s from today’s game at Gayfield

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

Arbroath 3 – 1 Forfar Athletic – Post Match Interviews

Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell addressed the press and 36nilTV after today’s Angus derby win.

Arbroath winger Bobby Linn spoke to the press and 36nilTV at his joy of a hat-trick and his personal goals for the season ahead.

Forfar Athletic Manager Jim Weir spoke to the press after watching his side lose at Gayfield.

Please remember to show some love for 36NilTV and give them a follow on Twitter and Instagram at @36NilTV and remember to subscribe to the 36NilTV YouTube Channel for first notification of match highlights and match interviews.

It’s very easy and if you have a gmail account you already have a YouTube account!

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