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Arbroath vs Dumbarton Hospitality

Arbroath vs Dumbarton Hospitality 10 spaces have become available for Hospitality on Saturday when we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield. Our Hospitality afternoon’s are incredibly popular and everyone who attends always...
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Arbroath Merchandise

There are a number of Arbroath FC items for purchase directly from our kit supplier Pendle including a very smart tracksuit top. By clicking this link you will be taken...
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Congratulations!

Everyone at Arbroath Football Club would like to congratulate our winger Omar Kader and his wife Victoria who welcomed their baby boy, Jesse William Kader into the world on Friday....
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Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Match Preview

Match Day 10 - Ladbrokes League One - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 20th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath return to league action tomorrow as we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield.

The Lichties will be looking to get back on track after a disappointing result against Edinburgh City.

Our visitors are currently without a manager after parting company with Stevie Aitken after a poor run of results. Dumbarton set a date for applications to fill the position this week but tomorrow Ian Durrant and Jamie Ewings will take charge of the team.

There has also been several players arrive for the Sons with ex Lichtie Robbie Mutch joining on an emergency loan from Falkirk.

He has been joined by Brad Spencer (son of former Scotland Star Jon Spencer) and the loan signings of Scott Allardice (Dundee United), Dom Thomas (Kilmarnock) and Jack Aitchison (Celtic)

Dumbarton Team News from www.dumbartonfootballclub.com

“There are doubts surrounding several players ahead of the trip to Arbroath. Grant Adam and Craig Barr are definitely sidelined with full-back Willie Dyer joining them on the injury list.

Ryan Thomson and Rory Loy are also nursing injuries and both are expected to miss out tomorrow. Robbie Mutch has had his emergency loan period extended from Falkirk and subject to registration should be available for the clash against the league leaders.”

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will be looking for a response from his players after the exit of the Irn-Bru Cup at the hands of Edinburgh City.

There are likely to be changes to the starting line up with recalls expected for Gavin Swankie and Bobby Linn. Striker Callum Smith will also return to the squad after missing out on Friday due to being cup-tied.

Striker Kane Hester’s loan with East Kilbride has been terminated due to traveling times and Kane has rejoined Montrose Roselea until the new year.

Due to going out on loan Kane would have been unable to play with the Lichties until his loan spell had come to an end. We look forward to welcoming Kane back with goals and full game time under his belt.

It is another very tough game for the Lichties and we are hoping for another tremendous support who will be in good voices to cheer on the Lichties.

Dumbarton FC Squad (including summer arrivals)

GK - 01 - Grant Adam
GK - 17 - Jamie McGowan
GK - 21 - Robbie Mutch (emergency loan from Falkirk)

DF - 02 - Cameron Ballantyne
DF - 03 - Willie Dyer
DF - 04 - Andy Dowie
DF - 05 - Ross Perry
DF - 55 - Craig Barr

MF - 06 - Stuart Carswell
MF - 08 - Kyle Hutton
MF - 10 - Ross Forbes
MF - 11 - Bobby Barr
MF - 12 - Brad Spencer (free agent)
MF - 18 - Scott Allardice (on loan from Dundee United)
MF - 20 - Dom Thomas (on loan from Kilmarnock)
MF - 23 - Ryan Thomson

ST - 07 - Andy Little
ST - 09 - Callum Gallagher
ST - 14 - Iain Russell
ST - 15 - Michael Paton
ST - 19 - Jack Aitchison (on loan from Celtic)
ST - 33 - Rory Loy

Dumbarton Results since last meeting

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - SPFL League 1 - Game 3
Brechin City 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 4
Stenhousemuir 2 - 1 Dumbarton SPFL League 1 - Game 5
Dumbarton 2 - 1 Montrose - SPFL League 1 - Game 6
Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 7
Dumbarton 1 - 5 - Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 8
Stranraer 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 9

Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Head to Head

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - Saturday 18th August 2018 - League One 2018 / 2019
Goals - Linn 26 - Forbes 90+1

Arbroath 1 - 2 Dumbarton - Saturday 5th May 2018
Ladbrokes Championship Play-Off Semi-Final 1st Leg
Goals - Linn 64 - C. Gallagher 55, Barr 90+3

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Ladbrokes Championship Play-Off Semi-Final 2nd Leg
Goal - Hill 9 - Swankie 27

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

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

Admission Prices;

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

Programme;

The eighth matchday programme of the new season is on sale keeper Darren Jamieson on the front cover and is on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield

Club 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!

Dumbarton Team News from www.dumbartonfootballclub.com
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Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Match Preview

Match Day 10 - Ladbrokes League One - Season 2018 / 2019

Saturday 20th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath return to league action tomorrow as we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield.

The Lichties will be looking to get back on track after a disappointing result against Edinburgh City.

Our visitors are currently without a manager after parting company with Stevie Aitken after a poor run of results.  Dumbarton set a date for applications to fill the position this week but tomorrow Ian Durrant and Jamie Ewings will take charge of the team.

There has also been several players arrive for the Sons with ex Lichtie Robbie Mutch joining on an emergency loan from Falkirk.  

He has been joined by Brad Spencer (son of former Scotland Star Jon Spencer) and the loan signings of Scott Allardice (Dundee United), Dom Thomas (Kilmarnock) and Jack Aitchison (Celtic)

Dumbarton Team News from www.dumbartonfootballclub.com

“There are doubts surrounding several players ahead of the trip to Arbroath. Grant Adam and Craig Barr are definitely sidelined with full-back Willie Dyer joining them on the injury list. 

Ryan Thomson and Rory Loy are also nursing injuries and both are expected to miss out tomorrow. Robbie Mutch has had his emergency loan period extended from Falkirk and subject to registration should be available for the clash against the league leaders.”

Arbroath Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell will be looking for a response from his players after the exit of the Irn-Bru Cup at the hands of Edinburgh City.

There are likely to be changes to the starting line up with recalls expected for Gavin Swankie and Bobby Linn.  Striker Callum Smith will also return to the squad after missing out on Friday due to being cup-tied.

Striker Kane Hester’s loan with East Kilbride has been terminated due to traveling times and Kane has rejoined Montrose Roselea until the new year.

Due to going out on loan Kane would have been unable to play with the Lichties until his loan spell had come to an end.  We look forward to welcoming Kane back with goals and full game time under his belt.

It is another very tough game for the Lichties and we are hoping for another tremendous support who will be in good voices to cheer on the Lichties.

Dumbarton FC Squad (including summer arrivals)

GK - 01 - Grant Adam
GK - 17 - Jamie McGowan 
GK - 21 - Robbie Mutch (emergency loan from Falkirk)

DF - 02 - Cameron Ballantyne 
DF - 03 - Willie Dyer
DF - 04 - Andy Dowie
DF - 05 - Ross Perry 
DF - 55 - Craig Barr

MF - 06 - Stuart Carswell
MF - 08 - Kyle Hutton 
MF - 10 - Ross Forbes
MF - 11 - Bobby Barr
MF - 12 - Brad Spencer (free agent)
MF - 18 - Scott Allardice (on loan from Dundee United)
MF - 20 - Dom Thomas (on loan from Kilmarnock)
MF - 23 - Ryan Thomson 

ST - 07 - Andy Little 
ST - 09 - Callum Gallagher
ST - 14 - Iain Russell
ST - 15 - Michael Paton 
ST - 19 - Jack Aitchison (on loan from Celtic)
ST - 33 - Rory Loy 

Dumbarton Results since last meeting

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - SPFL League 1 - Game 3
Brechin City 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 4
Stenhousemuir 2 - 1 Dumbarton SPFL League 1 - Game 5
Dumbarton 2 - 1 Montrose - SPFL League 1 - Game 6
Airdrieonians 1 - 1 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 7
Dumbarton 1 - 5 - Raith Rovers - SPFL League 1 - Game 8
Stranraer 3 - 2 Dumbarton - SPFL League 1 - Game 9

Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Head to Head

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - Saturday 18th August 2018 - League One 2018 / 2019
Goals - Linn 26 - Forbes 90+1

Arbroath 1 - 2 Dumbarton -  Saturday 5th May 2018
Ladbrokes Championship Play-Off Semi-Final 1st Leg
Goals - Linn 64 - C. Gallagher 55, Barr 90+3

Dumbarton 1 - 1 Arbroath - Wednesday 2nd May 2018
Ladbrokes Championship Play-Off Semi-Final 2nd Leg
Goal - Hill 9 - Swankie 27

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

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

Admission Prices;

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

Programme;

The eighth matchday programme of the new season is on sale keeper Darren Jamieson on the front cover and is on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield

Club 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!

Dumbarton Team News from www.dumbartonfootballclub.com

C'mon Lichties today and every time

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Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Matchday Programme

Tomorrow's programme will be on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield and feature out goalkeeper Darren Jamieson as our front cover star and also includes a poster of the Arbroath supporter at Raith Rovers in the centre pages.

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

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!
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Arbroath vs Dumbarton - Matchday Programme

Tomorrows programme will be on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield and feature out goalkeeper Darren Jamieson as our front cover star and also includes a poster of the Arbroath supporter at Raith Rovers in the centre pages.

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

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!

Cmon the Lichties!

Yes and remember guy I write the load of drivel for dowm memory lane or what ever that page is called wish there was more pages in the programme and more people contributing like a few years ago when Rob had a piece in and My good friends Fraser and Sye had a oiece in alway enjoyed reading everybodies apart from my piece

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Arbroath Football Club - Official shared The Scottish Cup's post.

The William Hill Scottish Cup - 3rd Round Draw

The 2nd round of the William Hill Scottish Cup takes place this weekend.

Arbroath will enter at the 3rd round which is currently scheduled to be played on the 24th November 2018.

The draw for the 3rd round will be made at 5.45pm on Saturday evening.

You can watch it live;

👍 on the @scottishcup Facebook Page
🖥 YouTube: scotfa.co/cupyoutube
🐦 Twitter: @ScottishCup

All sides from Ladbrokes League One (Airdrieonians, Arbroath, Brechin City, Dumbarton, East Fife, Forfar Athletic, Montrose, Raith Rovers, Stenhousemuir, Stranraer) will enter at the 3rd round stage along with Championship sides; Alloa Athletic, Ayr United, Falkirk, Greenock Morton, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Queen of the South as well as the 16 winners from the second round.

Albion Rovers v Formartine United
Beith Juniors v Linlithgow Rose
Berwick Rangers v Gretna FC 2008
Brora Rangers v Coldstream
Cove Rangers v Auchinleck Talbot
Cowdenbeath v Clyde
Cumbernauld Colts v BSC Glasgow
Deveronvale v University of Stirling
East Kilbride v Spartans
Edinburgh City v Forres Mechanics or Civil Service Strollers
Edusport Academy v Fraserburgh
Elgin City v Whitehall Welfare
Gala Fairydean v East Stirlingshire
Peterhead v Dalbeattie Star or Kelty Hearts
Rothes v Annan Athletic
Stirling Albion v Queen's Park
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The draw for the Third Round of the William Hill Scottish Cup will take place at 5.45pm on Saturday afternoon, following the conclusion of the Second Round ties. You can watch it live: 👍 Right he...

The William Hill Scottish Cup - 3rd Round Draw

The 2nd round of the William Hill Scottish Cup takes place this weekend.   

Arbroath will enter at the 3rd round which is currently scheduled to be played on the 24th November 2018.

The draw for the 3rd round will be made at 5.45pm on Saturday evening.

You can watch it live;

👍 on the @scottishcup Facebook Page
🖥 YouTube: scotfa.co/cupyoutube 
🐦 Twitter: @ScottishCup

All sides from Ladbrokes League One (Airdrieonians, Arbroath, Brechin City, Dumbarton, East Fife, Forfar Athletic, Montrose, Raith Rovers, Stenhousemuir, Stranraer) will enter at the 3rd round stage along with Championship sides; Alloa Athletic, Ayr United, Falkirk, Greenock Morton, Inverness Caledonian Thistle and Queen of the South as well as the 16 winners from the second round.

Albion Rovers v Formartine United
Beith Juniors v Linlithgow Rose
Berwick Rangers v Gretna FC 2008
Brora Rangers v Coldstream
Cove Rangers v Auchinleck Talbot
Cowdenbeath v Clyde
Cumbernauld Colts v BSC Glasgow
Deveronvale v University of Stirling
East Kilbride v Spartans
Edinburgh City v Forres Mechanics or Civil Service Strollers
Edusport Academy v Fraserburgh
Elgin City v Whitehall Welfare
Gala Fairydean v East Stirlingshire
Peterhead v Dalbeattie Star or Kelty Hearts
Rothes v Annan Athletic
Stirling Albion v Queens Park

Non league away.....that’s what we want

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Arbroath FC Youth Matchday Experience

This weekend we welcome Dryburgh Athletic Girls & Ladies FC U17's to Gayfield as they take part in the Arbroath FC Youth Matchday Experience.

The club are based in Dundee and are part of Dryburgh Athletic Community Club and they are having a fantastic season!

The girls have already won the North East U17’s League Cup, 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 look forward to welcoming them all to Gayfield on Saturday.
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Arbroath FC Youth Matchday Experience

This weekend we welcome Dryburgh Athletic Girls & Ladies FC U17s to Gayfield as they take part in the Arbroath FC Youth Matchday Experience. 

The club are based in Dundee and are part of Dryburgh Athletic Community Club and they are having a fantastic season!

The girls have already won the North East U17’s League Cup, 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 look forward to welcoming them all to Gayfield on Saturday.

Arbroath vs Dumbarton Hospitality

10 spaces have become available for Hospitality on Saturday when we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield.

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

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

Caird Hospitality Match Day Itinerary

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

Welcome by Host (1pm) Complimentary Team Sheet

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

Adults - £65 + VAT

Adults - £55 + VAT - Season Ticket Holders

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

To Book - Tel: 01241 872157 or Email arbroathfc@outlook.com

C'mon the Lichties
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Arbroath vs Dumbarton Hospitality

10 spaces have become available for Hospitality on Saturday when we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield.

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

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

Caird Hospitality Match Day Itinerary

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

Welcome by Host (1pm) Complimentary Team Sheet 

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

Adults - £65 + VAT

Adults - £55 + VAT - Season Ticket Holders

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

To Book - Tel: 01241 872157 or Email arbroathfc@outlook.com

Cmon the Lichties

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Arbroath Merchandise

There are a number of Arbroath FC items for purchase directly from our kit supplier Pendle including a very smart tracksuit top.

arbroath.footballkit.co.uk/

By clicking this link you will be taken to their online store.
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Arbroath Merchandise

There are a number of Arbroath FC items for purchase directly from our kit supplier Pendle including a very smart tracksuit top.

https://arbroath.footballkit.co.uk/

By clicking this link you will be taken to their online store.

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Thoroughly recommend the tracky top, it’s a belter

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Had a look... designed for midgets!!! Lots of good looking stuff nae to fit Fermer tho !!!!

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Arbroath Football Club - Official shared Alzheimer Scotland Dundee Dementia Resource Centre's post.

Frank’s Law Charity Dinner and Auction

We wanted to share this great fundraiser of our former player Frank Kopel.

If you would like more information please visit Frank's Law

"My name is Amanda Kopel and I am the widow of Frank Kopel, who was a Professional Footballer with Manchester Utd, Blackburn Rovers, Dundee Utd, Arbroath FC and Forfar Athletic.

Sadly Frankie was diagnosed with Dementia at the young age of 58 and died after a battle which he fought with great strength, courage and dignity, 19 days after his 65th birthday.

Since 2013, I have been campaigning for Free Personal Care for the u65s in Scotland. As the law stood, anyone over the age of 65, who had been assessed as needing personal care, due to a disease, disability, illness or condition received that care free of charge.

I am delighted to say that FRANK'S LAW, (more information can be found on Google) which the campaign is called, has now been announced by the Scottish Government, will be delivered and finally implemented on 1st April 2019 ending the discrimination against the Under 65s.

During the last few years, many sporting celebrities, mostly footballers from Scotland, England Ireland and Europe have been signing a FRANK'S LAW t-shirt.

There are other sporting memorabilia from the world of tennis, cricket, golf and rowing which have been donated.

My son and I have decided to auction these at the FRANK'S LAW dinner to raise funds in finding a cure for dementia.

When - Saturday 27th October at 7pm
Where - West End Suite, Tannadice Park, Dundee
Cost - £35 to include a welcome drink and a 2 course meal

For tickets visit www.alzscot.org/frank

The proceeds from the event will be split between 3 organisations which are:-

The Brain Research Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glasgow
Dundee University Research Department
& Alzheimer's Scotland

All the items will be auctioned, some on the evening, some online and the rest in a silent auction.

The link for anyone wishing to begin bidding for some of the online items is now live at.....

www.givergy.uk/alzheimerscotland

Please follow the instructions to bid for the item you would like to win...

More items will be posted later.

Many more items can be bid for and won on the night of the event, in the silent auction and also the raffle

We are holding a raffle on the evening of the event, which will take the form of an amount in an envelope with the persons name on it.

Dementia is no respecter of age, creed, colour or gender when it comes knocking at a person's door, as my late husband and I discovered. It is only through more funding for research will this dreadful disease be eradicated in the future so that no family everlasting watch a loved one be robbed of their life at any age.
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Don’t miss the Frank’s Law Sporting Dinner this month with Amanda Kopel at Tannadice! All money raised will directly support those involved with dementia research projects, including Alzheimer Sco...

Frank’s Law Charity Dinner and Auction

We wanted to share this great fundraiser of our former player Frank Kopel.

If you would like more information please visit Franks Law

My name is Amanda Kopel and I am the widow of Frank Kopel, who was a Professional Footballer with Manchester Utd, Blackburn Rovers, Dundee Utd, Arbroath FC and Forfar Athletic.

Sadly Frankie was diagnosed with Dementia at the young age of 58 and died after a battle which he fought with great strength, courage and dignity, 19 days after his 65th birthday. 

Since 2013, I have been campaigning for Free Personal Care for the u65s in Scotland.  As the law stood, anyone over the age of 65, who had been assessed as needing personal care, due to a disease, disability, illness or condition received that care free of charge.

I am delighted to say that FRANKS LAW, (more information can be found on Google) which the campaign is called, has now been announced by the Scottish Government, will be delivered and finally implemented on 1st April 2019 ending the discrimination against the Under 65s.

During the last few years, many sporting celebrities, mostly footballers from Scotland, England Ireland and Europe have been signing a FRANKS LAW t-shirt. 

There are other sporting memorabilia from the world of tennis, cricket, golf and rowing which have been donated.

My son and I have decided to auction these at the FRANKS LAW dinner to raise funds in finding a cure for dementia. 

When - Saturday 27th October at 7pm
Where -  West End Suite, Tannadice Park, Dundee
Cost - £35 to include a welcome drink and a 2 course meal

For tickets visit www.alzscot.org/frank

The proceeds from the event will be split between 3 organisations which are:-

The Brain Research Unit, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Glasgow
Dundee University Research Department
& Alzheimers Scotland

All the items will be auctioned, some on the evening, some online and the rest in a silent auction.

The link for anyone wishing  to begin bidding for some of the online  items is now live at.....

www.givergy.uk/alzheimerscotland

Please follow the instructions to bid for the item you would like to win...

More items will be posted later.

Many more items can be bid for and won on the night of the event, in the silent auction and also the raffle

We are holding a raffle on the evening of the event, which will take the form of an amount in an envelope with the persons name on it. 

Dementia is no respecter of age, creed, colour or gender when it comes knocking at a persons door, as my late husband and I discovered. It is only through more funding for research will this dreadful disease be eradicated in the future so that no family everlasting watch a loved one be robbed of their life at any age.

Frank's LawThank you ARBROATH FC for sharing this post...x

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Might go but what time does it finish at? as I would have to get a bus back to Forfar

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - 36nilTV Match Highlights

With the BBC ALBA Commentary team in the TV Gantry 36NilTV had a new position for Friday night's game as you get the perspective from the main stand.

youtu.be/6hjVHoYFRkM

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.

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Highlights of Friday night’s Irn Bru Cup 3rd Round Match at Gayfield Park

Can’t bear watching it again

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Not putting Myself through that hell Again 😭😭😭🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 36-0

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Once was enough.

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Congratulations!

Everyone at Arbroath Football Club would like to congratulate our winger Omar Kader and his wife Victoria who welcomed their baby boy, Jesse William Kader into the world on Friday.

We hope Victoria and Jesse are both doing well and we know Omar must be a very proud new father.

Congratulations to the Kader family!
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Congratulations!

Everyone at Arbroath Football Club would like to congratulate our winger Omar Kader and his wife Victoria who welcomed their baby boy, Jesse William Kader into the world on Friday.

We hope Victoria and Jesse are both doing well and we know Omar must be a very proud new father.

Congratulations to the Kader family!

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Congratulations 🎉👶🏼 🍼 xx

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Congratulations one very proud daddy I bet.

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congratulations to you both

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Congratulations Omar 🍾x

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Congratulations Omar and family cmon the lichties

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Congratulations omar x

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Thanks guys 🙌🏼👶🏼

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Congratulations to you both

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Congratulations Omar Kader 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 all the best to you and the family

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Congratulations to the both of you

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Congratulations you both and the new addition to the family

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congratulations to you both

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Good choice of middle name

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Congratulations to u both xxx

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Arbroath Football Club - Official added 7 new photos.

Arbroath vs Edinburgh City Mascot

Last night we had Warren Lyall as our mascot!

Not only was Lyall our mascot but he was also celebrating his 9th Birthday! We hope it is one he will always remember.

Warren's favourite player is Arbroath keeper Darren Jamieson and after leading out the teams with Arbroath Captain Ricky Little, Warren also found time to star in goal during the half time Youth Match Experience with the Arbroath Lads Club.

Despite the final score we hope that Warren and his family enjoyed their evening!

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City Mascot

Last night we had Warren Lyall as our mascot!  

Not only was Lyall our mascot but he was also celebrating his 9th Birthday! We hope it is one he will always remember.

Warrens favourite player is Arbroath keeper Darren Jamieson and after leading out the teams with Arbroath Captain Ricky Little, Warren also found time to star in goal during the half time Youth Match Experience with the Arbroath Lads Club.

Despite the final score we hope that Warren and his family enjoyed their evening!

Cmon the Lichties!

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Thanks to everyone at Arbroath football club for your care and attention to Warren last night. He definitely had a birthday to remember despite the score and enjoyed spending half time with his team mates ⚽️❤ special mention to Yvonne Milliken for really looking after Warren, your a fab lady x

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Ah that's brilliant Michelle Lyall 👍look at his wee face 😍 xx

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Darren Jamieson 😍😍😍😍

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I met you all at Dalaman airport and looked out for Warren,I hope he had a good night despite the result. C'mon the Lichties 👍

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Fab photos Michelle Lyall star in the making ⚽️🌟💙 xx

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My wee pal #makingmemories

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Happy Birthday to Warren, best goalie on Arbroath pitch that night!!😜

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Hope you had a fab day Warren x

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Arbroath Youth MatchDay (Evening) Experience

We welcomed Arbroath Lads Club 2008 Squad to our MatchDay Experience last night.

The young lads and Coaches took part in a mini game on the pitch at half time under the lights before doing a lap of the pitch to applause from both sets of supporters.

We try and welcome all local football clubs to Gayfield to take part in our matchday experience and we hope all the players and coaches enjoyed their evening.

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Arbroath Youth MatchDay (Evening) Experience

We welcomed Arbroath Lads Club 2008 Squad to our MatchDay Experience last night.

The young lads and Coaches took part in a mini game on the pitch at half time under the lights before doing a lap of the pitch to applause from both sets of supporters.

We try and welcome all local football clubs to Gayfield to take part in our matchday experience and we hope all the players and coaches enjoyed their evening.

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Cmon the Lichties!

Mark RuxtonMark Neil CargillNeil Gordon LyallGordon Clair Carswell-ruxtonClair Pamela LairdPamela Geraldine BreenGeraldine Susan HarleySusan Louise JohnstoneLouise Mitch Johnstone Pauline Myles Adele LaytonAdele Justin Layton

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Danielle xxx

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Great pics guys xx

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Superb.

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Arbroath 1 - 4 Edinburgh City,
Friday 12th October 2018,
Irn-Bru Cup 3rd Round
Gayfield,
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Arbroath 1 - 4 Edinburgh City, 
Friday 12th October 2018, 
Irn-Bru Cup 3rd Round
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Arbroath

Silver Lining

Last night's result was a huge disappointment for everyone at the club.

However it was our first defeat in 14 games and we still have a 4 point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League One and everyone is determined to get back to winning ways on Saturday.

One of the positives from last night's match was the return of striker Steven Doris returning to competitive action.

Steven suffered a cruciate ligament injury against Albion Rovers in September 2017 and has had a long journey of rehabilitation and recovery and last night marked a huge step in his full comeback.

It was great to see Steven back on the pitch where he belongs!

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Silver Lining

Last nights result was a huge disappointment for everyone at the club.

However it was our first defeat in 14 games and we still have a 4 point lead at the top of Ladbrokes League One and everyone is determined to get back to winning ways on Saturday.

One of the positives from last nights match was the return of striker Steven Doris returning to competitive action.

Steven suffered a cruciate ligament injury against Albion Rovers in September 2017 and has had a long journey of rehabilitation and recovery and last night marked a huge step in his full comeback.

It was great to see Steven back on the pitch where he belongs!

Cmon the Lichties

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Agree. Great to see him back.

6 days ago   ·  1
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A true Lichtie Legend. Welcome back

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Can concentrate on league now ☺️

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league is more important!

6 days ago   ·  1
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If we had to have a Stinker of a game better last night rather than a crucial league game !

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Those on the periphery of the team did themselves no favours last night, despite being good players. C'mon the Lichties 👍

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Edinburgh were superior throughout. Doesn't bode well

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Don't think you can blame the fringe players alone. Whole team was poor. Have to look forward now. Every team has a stinker now and again.

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - 36nilTV Post Match Interview

Edinburgh City Manager James McDonaugh reflects on his sides performance and getting through to the next round of the cup.

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Arbroath Assistant Manager Ian Campbell reflects on his sides disappointing performance.

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Fair enough

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Better loosing in cup than in league fringe guys did themselves no favours

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Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Lichtie Christopher Swankie a very happy 35th Birthday!

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Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Lichtie Christopher Swankie a very happy 35th Birthday!

Happy Birthday Christopher!

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Happy burfday Chris

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Happy Birthday big bro!

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Happy birthday Christopher 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 have a great one 36-0

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Happy Birthday Christopher Brian Swankie have a good one

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Happy Birthday Christopher

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Aww fab photo.🎈🎈🎈

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Happy Birthday!! 🎉 Hope you are having a fantastic day!

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Happy birthday Chris

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Arbroath 1 - 4 Edinburgh City

Arbroath’s run of 13 games undefeated came to a crashing halt this evening as an uncharacteristic display seen League Two Leaders Edinburgh City record their 10th win a row.

Arbroath made 4 changes with Darren Hill, David Gold, Finn Graham and Ryan McCord starting with Darren Jamieson, Mark Whatley, Bobby Linn and Gavin Swankie all dropping to the bench.

The Lichties made the dream start in the 11th minute when Michael McKenna beat the offside trap to latch on to a Colin Hamilton pass and hit a low drive under Callum Antell to open the scoring.

However Edinburgh City were given a chance to get back into the game when Colin Hamilton fouled Blair Henderson in the 24th minute as referee Alan Muir pointed to the spot.

Blair Henderson made no mistake and scored his 14th goal of the season with Colin Hamilton getting a yellow card for his troubles.

Edinburgh City seemed to spark into the life and Arbroath’s normal flowing football just wasn’t happening but Michael McKenna came close just 4 minutes before the break.

Half Time - Arbroath 1 - 1 Edinburgh City

Edinburgh City’s Danny Handling had to be substituted in the 55th minute and 60 seconds later Edinburgh City had taken the lead. A pass down the wing was cut back to Henderson who shot at goal but his strike became a pass with Scott Shepherd diverting the ball into the back of the net to make it 2-1

Arbroath brought on Mark Whatley and Bobby Linn for Finn Graham and Danny Denholm after 64 minutes but only 4 minutes later and City had another penalty.

Michael McKenna was adjudged to have caught Shepherd even though the BBC ALBA instant replays show the foul to be outside of the Arbroath box, but Referee Muir pointed to the spot and again Henderson hit the back of the net to make it 3-1 after 68 minutes.

Perhaps the highlight for Arbroath was the welcome return of Steven Doris who came off the bench to replace Ryan Wallace for his first appearance in an Arbroath shirt since 9th September 2016.

Arbroath’s misery was complete when Liam Henderson added a 4th for City from close range as he connected to a Craig Thomson corner.

It wasn’t the normal high tempo fluid Arbroath performance we have grown to become used too but credit must go to Edinburgh City who make it 10 mins in a row and have only conceded 3 goals in the league all season.

We shall group again and know that a better performance is required as we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield next Saturday as we look to extend our 4 point lead at the top of League One.

C’mon the Lichties.

Arbroath

1 - Darren Hill
2 - Jason Thomson
3 - Colin Hamilton
4 - Ricky Little (c)
5 - Thomas O’Brien
6 - Finn Graham (Whatley 64)
7 - David Gold
8 - Ryan McCord
9 - Ryan Wallace (Doris 73)
10 - Michael McKenna
11 - Danny Denholm (Linn 64)

Substitutes

12 - Gavin Swankie
14 - Bobby Linn - 11; 64th
15 - Mark Whatley - 6; 64th
16 - Steven Doris - 9; 73rd
21 - Darren Jamieson (GK)

Goal - McKenna 11

Booking - Hamilton 24, Whatley 65

Attendance - 506

Referee - Alan Muir
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Arbroath 1 - 4 Edinburgh City

Arbroath’s run of 13 games undefeated came to a crashing halt this evening as an uncharacteristic display seen League Two Leaders Edinburgh City record their 10th win a row.

Arbroath made 4 changes with Darren Hill, David Gold, Finn Graham and Ryan McCord starting with Darren Jamieson, Mark Whatley, Bobby Linn and Gavin Swankie all dropping to the bench.

The Lichties made the dream start in the 11th minute when Michael McKenna beat the offside trap to latch on to a Colin Hamilton pass and hit a low drive under Callum Antell to open the scoring.

However Edinburgh City were given a chance to get back into the game when Colin Hamilton fouled Blair Henderson in the 24th minute as referee Alan Muir pointed to the spot.

Blair Henderson made no mistake and scored his 14th goal of the season with Colin Hamilton getting a yellow card for his troubles.

Edinburgh City seemed to spark into the life and Arbroath’s normal flowing football just wasn’t happening but Michael McKenna came close just 4 minutes before the break.

Half Time - Arbroath 1 - 1 Edinburgh City

Edinburgh City’s Danny Handling had to be substituted in the 55th minute and 60 seconds later Edinburgh City had taken the lead.  A pass down the wing was cut back to Henderson who shot at goal but his strike became a pass with Scott Shepherd diverting the ball into the back of the net to make it 2-1 

Arbroath brought on Mark Whatley and Bobby Linn for Finn Graham and Danny Denholm after 64 minutes but only 4 minutes later and City had another penalty.

Michael McKenna was adjudged to have caught Shepherd even though the BBC ALBA instant replays show the foul to be outside of the Arbroath box, but Referee Muir pointed to the spot and again Henderson hit the back of the net to make it 3-1 after 68 minutes.

Perhaps the highlight for Arbroath was the welcome return of Steven Doris who came off the bench to replace Ryan Wallace for his first appearance in an Arbroath shirt since 9th September 2016.

Arbroath’s misery was complete when Liam Henderson added a 4th for City from close range as he connected to a Craig Thomson corner.

It wasn’t the normal high tempo fluid Arbroath performance we have grown to become used too but credit must go to Edinburgh City who make it 10 mins in a row and have only conceded 3 goals in the league all season.

We shall group again and know that a better performance is required as we welcome Dumbarton to Gayfield next Saturday as we look to extend our 4 point lead at the top of League One.

C’mon the Lichties.

Arbroath

1 - Darren Hill
2 - Jason Thomson
3 - Colin Hamilton
4 - Ricky Little (c)
5 - Thomas O’Brien
6 - Finn Graham (Whatley 64)
7 - David Gold
8 - Ryan McCord
9 - Ryan Wallace (Doris 73)
10 - Michael McKenna
11 - Danny Denholm (Linn 64)

Substitutes

12 - Gavin Swankie
14 - Bobby Linn - 11; 64th
15 - Mark Whatley - 6; 64th
16 - Steven Doris - 9; 73rd
21 - Darren Jamieson (GK)

Goal - McKenna 11

Booking - Hamilton 24, Whatley 65

Attendance - 506

Referee - Alan Muir

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Glad to see Doris return.

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Grant

7 days ago   ·  1
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Worst game ever, what happened!

7 days ago   ·  1
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The guys that have been on the bench lately got their chance and blew it big time -

7 days ago   ·  7
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Rubbish performance

7 days ago   ·  3
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Shocking game from all the players - disappointed to say the least. Now let’s concentrate on the league

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£12 to watch that, should be refunded, no fight whatsoever, 2nd to every ball

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Lets give Edinburgh City some Credit..... flying high and they gave us a harsh lesson.

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Pumped aff Edinburgh city 😂

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Poor game. Poor performance. Poor team selection. Should have played our first team against a flying Edinburgh City. Didnt take the game serious enough. Improvement needed for next game vs Dumbarton. The sooner Doris can take Wallace's place in the team the better.

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Very true indeed🇱🇻🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

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They were a good side.. Should have started with our best team

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A bad night at the office. Disappointed obviously to be knocked out but I’m sure we bounce back next when returning to league action. We all know that wasn’t a true reflection of how we have performed this season.

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Shambolic display but give City credit where its due. They were up for it and brought us a reality check. Lets move on and focus on Dumbarton next Sat. Lets go Lichties! 🇱🇻

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Some fans massively overreacting. Dick always said he’d play all the subs, we came up against a good side and didnt perform. Disappointing but we’re top of our league ffs so lets forget about it and move on 🐟&🍷🇱🇻

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The Line up Picked was all wrong Dick never took this game seriously, However that takes nothing away from EC who outplayed and out thought the Lichties Dissapointing for the Home supporters Telivised game DIck should have started with a full team. 2 Penos killed the Lichties aff.

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The question now is do we have strength in depth?hopefully it's a blip.c,Mon the lichties

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We should give Edinburgh City the respect they deserve for their performance and we should have played our strongest team good to see Doris back though

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Watched the game on tv Edinburgh city looked hungrier and we got what we deserved still top of the league so move on shame though as I live in England and had a mate round to watch it

6 days ago   ·  1

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Appalling 👎👎

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A waste of a tenner on Skybet.Should have bought a fish supper and a bottle of wine.Anyway the league is the main trophy so onwards and upwards.🇱🇻

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Gutted about the performance and the result but like Michael said it’s not a true reflection on who we are which makes it even more frustrating and disappointing as the game was being viewed by a much wider audience, I was actually shocked how good they were and how bad we were which resulted in what I know is just a wee blip, let’s see us bounce back in the league now starting next week against Dumbarton and hopefully get a good Scottish cup run going when it comes 🇱🇻🇱🇻🇱🇻 also gutted the fact we didn’t create the new 14 game undefeated record for the club, of all the games to lose it too as well 😭😭😭

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Very disappointed. Live in birmingham I had on the shirt,the hat and the scarf. Had to listen to the match in gaelic. Hy ho on to thenext game as we say at bcfc keep right on until the end of the road

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Match Preview

Irn-Bru Cup - Round 3 - Season 2018 / 2019

Friday 12th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath - 7.35pm kick off

We welcome Edinburgh City and the Cameras and Crew of BBC ALBA to Gayfield this evening for our 3rd round match in the Irn-Bru Cup.

We feel honoured to have been chosen to be live on BBC ALBA this evening and we hope it is a chance for those who can’t normally travel to Gayfield to watch the Lichties live.

It is the first visit to Gayfield of Edinburgh City since the 2016 / 2017 season and the side from the Capital have had a sensational start to the season as the currently lead the way in Ladbrokes League 2 having won 8 games, lost 1 game, scored 18 goals and only conceded 3 goals.

There have been several changes at Edinburgh City since we last played each other. A move to Ainslie Park, home of the Spartans whilst Meadowbank Stadium goes major renovation.

Jim Jeffries was appointed Director of Football in February 2017 and Manager James McDonaugh took control of the team in October 2017 where he succeeded Gary Jardine.

James has coached the Hibernian Under 19 team and was assistant Manager to Peter Houston at Falkirk and holds an UEFA A Licence, SFA Youth Licence and SFA Advanced Children’s Licence.

There are a few familiar faces in the Edinburgh City line up with former Lichties Brad Donaldson and Keiran Stewart returning to Gayfield.

City striker Blair Henderson in stunning form with 9 league goals so far this season.

Edinburgh City Team News - from www.edinburghcityfc.com

“The injured trio of Josh Walker, John Dunn and Brad Donaldson remain out of contention, although each of them are stepping up their rehab.”

Arbroath FC Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell is expected to continue to utilise his squad again for this competition with several changes to the starting line up expected. Arbroath will be without Striker Callum Smith is cup-tied and Kane Hester.

It is going to be another very tough match for the Lichties and we need another loud and vocal support from our fans!

Edinburgh City Squad (including summer arrivals)

GK - 01 - Calum Antell
GK - 21 - Fraser Morton

DF - 03 - Robbie McIntyre (Tynecastle)
DF - 05 - Conrad Balatoni (Torquay United)
DF - 14 - Gareth Rodger
DF - 15 - Brad Donaldson (Musselburgh Athletic) - Injured
DF - 16 - Keiran Stewart (Berwick Rangers)
DF - 17 - Calum Hall
DF - 27 - Kyle McClung
DF - 28 - Matthew Shaw

MF - 02 - Craig Thomson
MF - 04 - Andrew Black (Stirling Albion)
MF - 06 - Marc Laird
MF - 08 - Josh Walker (Captain) - Injured
MF - 10 - Danny Handling (Dumbarton)
MF - 11 - Graham Taylor (Dundee United, loan made permanent)
MF - 18 - John Dunn - Injured
MF - 22 - Liam Henderson (Stirling Lions)
MF - 23 - Adam Watson (Livingston, loan)
MF - 26 - Mark Tennant
MF - 30 - Ryan Day

ST - 07 - Allan Smith (Peterhead)
ST - 09 - Blair Henderson (Annan Athletic)
ST - 19 - Scott Shepherd (Falkirk, loan made permanent)
ST - 31 - Luke Kennedy
ST - 39 - Regan Lumsden

Edinburgh City Departures;

Craig Beattie (Elgin City),
Farid El Alagui (Marmande),
Jesus Garcia Tena (Stenhousemuir),
Zdravko Karadachki (Alloa Athletic),
Chris McKee (East Stirlingshire),
Lewis McLear (Albion Rovers),
Pat Scullion (Cowdenbeath),
Cameron Blues (Falkirk, end of loan),
Stuart Morrison (Dunfermline Athletic, end of loan),
Matthew Shiels (Rangers, end of loan),
Ashley Grimes,
Shaun Harrison

Edinburgh City Results 2018 / 2019

Clyde 1 - 1 Edinburgh City - Betfred Cup - Draw
Motherwell 5 - 0 Edinburgh City - Betfred Cup - Defeat
Edinburgh City 0 - 4 Queen of the South - Betfred Cup - Defeat
Edinburgh City 4 - 2 Stranraer - Betfred Cup - Win
Edinburgh City 4 - 0 Albion Rovers - League Two Game 1 - Win
Elgin City 1 - 0 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 2 - Defeat
Edinburgh City 3 - 1 Albion Rovers - Irn-Bru Cup Round 1 - Win
Edinburgh City 3 - 1 Stirling Albion - League Two Game 3 - Win
Clyde 0 - 2 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 4 - Win
Peterhead 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 5 - Win
East Kilbride 2 - 3 Edinburgh City - Irn-Bru Cup Round 2 - Win
Edinburgh City 2 - 1 Annan Athletic - League Two Game 6 - Win
Queen’s Park 0 - 2 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 7 - Win
Edinburgh City 1 - 0 Cowdenbeath - League Two Game 8 - Win
Edinburgh City 3 - 0 Berwick Rangers - League Two Game 9 - Win

Last Head to Head Meetings

Arbroath 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - Saturday 15th April 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goal - Porteous 90+1

Edinburgh City 0 - 2 Arbroath - 7th January 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goals - Ferns 10, Kader 64

Arbroath 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - 3rd December 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goal - See 82

Edinburgh City 3 - 3 Arbroath - 1st October 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goals - Laird 10, See 53, 74 - Kader 8, Little 47, Scott 79 - Suker Red Card 80

Format;

If the game is tied after 90 minutes it will go straight to a penalty shoot out to determine who proceeds into the 2nd round.

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - Alan Muir
Assistant Referee 1 - David Roome
Assistant Referee 2 - Kevin McElhinney
Fourth Official - Graham Beaton

Admission Prices;

£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Parent and Child

Programme;

Our 7th matchday programme of the new season is on sale with Ryan McCord on the front cover and is on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties!

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Irn-Bru Cup - Round 3 - Season 2018 / 2019

Friday 12th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath - 7.35pm kick off

We welcome Edinburgh City and the Cameras and Crew of BBC ALBA to Gayfield this evening for our 3rd round match in the Irn-Bru Cup.

We feel honoured to have been chosen to be live on BBC ALBA this evening and we hope it is a chance for those who can’t normally travel to Gayfield to watch the Lichties live.

It is the first visit to Gayfield of Edinburgh City since the 2016 / 2017 season and the side from the Capital have had a sensational start to the season as the currently lead the way in Ladbrokes League 2 having won 8 games, lost 1 game, scored 18 goals and only conceded 3 goals.

There have been several changes at Edinburgh City since we last played each other.  A move to Ainslie Park, home of the Spartans whilst Meadowbank Stadium goes major renovation.  

Jim Jeffries was appointed Director of Football in February 2017 and Manager James McDonaugh took control of the team in October 2017 where he succeeded Gary Jardine.   

James has coached the Hibernian Under 19 team and was assistant Manager to Peter Houston at Falkirk and holds an UEFA A Licence, SFA Youth Licence and SFA Advanced Children’s Licence.

There are a few familiar faces in the Edinburgh City line up with former Lichties Brad Donaldson and Keiran Stewart returning to Gayfield.

City striker Blair Henderson in stunning form with 9 league goals so far this season.

Edinburgh City Team News - from www.edinburghcityfc.com

“The injured trio of Josh Walker, John Dunn and Brad Donaldson remain out of contention, although each of them are stepping up their rehab.”

Arbroath FC Team News

Arbroath Manager Dick Campbell is expected to continue to utilise his squad again for this competition with several changes to the starting line up expected.  Arbroath will be without Striker Callum Smith is cup-tied and Kane Hester.

It is going to be another very tough match for the Lichties and we need another loud and vocal support from our fans!

Edinburgh City Squad (including summer arrivals)

GK - 01 - Calum Antell
GK - 21 - Fraser Morton

DF - 03 - Robbie McIntyre (Tynecastle)
DF - 05 - Conrad Balatoni (Torquay United)
DF - 14 - Gareth Rodger
DF - 15 - Brad Donaldson (Musselburgh Athletic) - Injured
DF - 16 - Keiran Stewart (Berwick Rangers)
DF - 17 - Calum Hall
DF - 27 - Kyle McClung
DF - 28 - Matthew Shaw

MF - 02 - Craig Thomson
MF - 04 - Andrew Black (Stirling Albion)
MF - 06 - Marc Laird
MF - 08 - Josh Walker (Captain) - Injured
MF - 10 - Danny Handling (Dumbarton)
MF - 11 - Graham Taylor (Dundee United, loan made permanent)
MF - 18 - John Dunn - Injured
MF - 22 - Liam Henderson (Stirling Lions)
MF - 23 - Adam Watson (Livingston, loan)
MF - 26 - Mark Tennant
MF - 30 - Ryan Day

ST - 07 - Allan Smith (Peterhead)
ST - 09 - Blair Henderson (Annan Athletic)
ST - 19 - Scott Shepherd (Falkirk, loan made permanent)
ST - 31 - Luke Kennedy
ST - 39 - Regan Lumsden

Edinburgh City Departures;

Craig Beattie (Elgin City), 
Farid El Alagui (Marmande), 
Jesus Garcia Tena (Stenhousemuir), 
Zdravko Karadachki (Alloa Athletic), 
Chris McKee (East Stirlingshire), 
Lewis McLear (Albion Rovers), 
Pat Scullion (Cowdenbeath), 
Cameron Blues (Falkirk, end of loan), 
Stuart Morrison (Dunfermline Athletic, end of loan), 
Matthew Shiels (Rangers, end of loan), 
Ashley Grimes, 
Shaun Harrison

Edinburgh City Results 2018 / 2019

Clyde 1 - 1 Edinburgh City - Betfred Cup - Draw
Motherwell 5 - 0 Edinburgh City - Betfred Cup - Defeat 
Edinburgh City 0 - 4 Queen of the South - Betfred Cup - Defeat
Edinburgh City 4 - 2 Stranraer - Betfred Cup - Win
Edinburgh City 4 - 0 Albion Rovers - League Two Game 1 - Win
Elgin City 1 - 0 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 2 - Defeat
Edinburgh City 3 - 1 Albion Rovers - Irn-Bru Cup Round 1 - Win
Edinburgh City 3 - 1 Stirling Albion - League Two Game 3 - Win
Clyde 0 - 2 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 4 - Win
Peterhead 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 5 - Win
East Kilbride 2 - 3 Edinburgh City - Irn-Bru Cup Round 2 - Win
Edinburgh City 2 - 1 Annan Athletic - League Two Game 6 - Win
Queen’s Park 0 - 2 Edinburgh City - League Two Game 7 - Win
Edinburgh City 1 - 0 Cowdenbeath - League Two Game 8 - Win
Edinburgh City 3 - 0 Berwick Rangers - League Two Game 9 - Win

Last Head to Head Meetings

Arbroath 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - Saturday 15th April 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goal - Porteous 90+1

Edinburgh City 0 - 2 Arbroath - 7th January 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goals - Ferns 10, Kader 64

Arbroath 0 - 1 Edinburgh City - 3rd December 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goal - See 82

Edinburgh City 3 - 3 Arbroath - 1st October 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Goals - Laird 10, See 53, 74 -  Kader 8, Little 47, Scott 79 - Suker Red Card 80

Format;

If the game is tied after 90 minutes it will go straight to a penalty shoot out to determine who proceeds into the 2nd round.

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended

Officials;

Referee - Alan Muir
Assistant Referee 1 - David Roome
Assistant Referee 2 - Kevin McElhinney
Fourth Official - Graham Beaton

Admission Prices;

£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Parent and Child

Programme;

Our 7th matchday programme of the new season is on sale with Ryan McCord on the front cover and is on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield

We hope to see you there!

C’mon the Lichties! 

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What time ko

7 days ago

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We'll be watching it on bbc alba tonight!!

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My Heart will be with you all the way.

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ill be watching from work unfortunately hoping wind doesent spoil the game

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And they have it all the way from Manchester 🇱🇻

7 days ago
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Watched it on the BBC App in Rome! Worst performance of the season, I’m afraid! Edinburgh City deserved winners! ☹️

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Weather

We have had a few messages regarding the weather and the state of the pitch.

It has just started to rain in Arbroath in the last few minutes but it is windy.

The weather forecast looks like very common for this time of the year, cold, wet and windy so please do wrap up.

The Gayfield pitch is absolutely fine!

We will keep you up-to-date if there are any unexpected changes.
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Weather

We have had a few messages regarding the weather and the state of the pitch.

It has just started to rain in Arbroath in the last few minutes but it is windy. 

The weather forecast looks like very common for this time of the year, cold, wet and windy so please do wrap up.

The Gayfield pitch is absolutely fine! 

We will keep you up-to-date if there are any unexpected changes.

Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Matchday Programme

Tonight's programme will be on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield and features Ryan McCord on the front cover.

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

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!
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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Matchday Programme

Tonights programme will be on sale for £2 as you enter Gayfield and features Ryan McCord on the front cover.

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

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!

Craig Gordon

1 week ago   ·  1
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Deffo getting one Robin Hockenhull

1 week ago
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Wots weather like?

1 week ago
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Good luck lads xx

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BBC ALBA - Programme starts 7.25pm - Kick off at 7.35pm

If you can't make it down to Gayfield tonight there are a number of ways you can watch the match.

Terrestrial

Freeview - Channel 7 (Scotland Only)

Satellite

Freesat - Channel 109

Sky - Channel 141 (Scotland)
Sky - Channel 169 (Rest of the UK)

Virgin Media - Channel 161

Online Media

BBC iPlayer - Email sign up required
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BBC ALBA - Programme starts 7.25pm - Kick off at 7.35pm

If you cant make it down to Gayfield tonight there are a number of ways you can watch the match.

Terrestrial 

Freeview - Channel 7 (Scotland Only)

Satellite

Freesat - Channel 109

Sky - Channel 141 (Scotland)
Sky - Channel 169 (Rest of the UK)

Virgin Media - Channel 161

Online Media

BBC iPlayer - Email sign up required

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Good luck to arbroath tonight!!

1 week ago   ·  2
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My alarm is set for 2.30am Philippines time.

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What is the weather like up in the toon. Any chance the match might be called off?

1 week ago

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Scott Reid

1 week ago
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good luck tonight Arbroath fc can't watch in the Costa del sol but hopefully can get updates c'mon the lichties

1 week ago   ·  1

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Be better than watching the England game 😂

1 week ago   ·  1
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Good luck. The nottingham lichties will be watching

1 week ago   ·  1
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Gavin Craw might find a way to watch the game in Blackpool!

1 week ago
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I will text you after the game

1 week ago
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Karl Barrett

1 week ago
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Will be watching in Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset

1 week ago   ·  1
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Should be a good game,both teams doing well

7 days ago
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I'm on it 36 nil

7 days ago
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Good luck the lichties 👍

7 days ago
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Over in Krakow can't get it

7 days ago

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Obviously won't be a next round. Getting hammered. 4-1.

7 days ago
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Crap result embarrassing to say the least

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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Live on BBC ALBA

Irn-Bru Cup - Round 3 - Season 2018 / 2019
Friday 12th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath - 7.35pm kick off

A reminder that we are action tomorrow night as we welcome Ladbroke League Two Leaders Edinburgh City to Gayfield for our 3rd round Irn-Bru which has also has been selected to be shown live on BBC ALBA and will kick off at 7.35pm

Admission Prices;
£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Parent and Child Gate
Season Tickets Not Valid

If rail travel does run on time (train derailment at Stonehaven may effect travel) the last trains to Edinburgh leave Arbroath Rail Station at 21:59pm and 22:28pm with the last train to Glasgow leaving Arbroath at 21.34pm

To keep up to date please check - www.travelinescotland.com and www.scotrail.co.uk

C’mon the Lichties!
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Arbroath vs Edinburgh City - Live on BBC ALBA

Irn-Bru Cup - Round 3 - Season 2018 / 2019
Friday 12th October 2018, Gayfield Park, Arbroath - 7.35pm kick off

A reminder that we are action tomorrow night as we welcome Ladbroke League Two Leaders Edinburgh City to Gayfield for our 3rd round Irn-Bru which has also has been selected to be shown live on BBC ALBA and will kick off at 7.35pm

Admission Prices;
£12 - Adults
£6 - Concessions
£15 - Parent and Child Gate
Season Tickets Not Valid

If rail travel does run on time (train derailment at Stonehaven may effect travel) the last trains to Edinburgh leave Arbroath Rail Station at 21:59pm and 22:28pm with the last train to Glasgow leaving Arbroath at 21.34pm

To keep up to date please check - www.travelinescotland.com and www.scotrail.co.uk

C’mon the Lichties!

Good Luck

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Good luck from me as well. Can't make to gayfield and won't get to watch it either as I am on night shift. See you in the next round tho.

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World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day and we just wanted to share these small simple steps.

Everyone struggles - be it your favourite footballer, singer, actor etc. It is what makes us all the same and all equal. It is okay not to be okay and you are not alone.

Our door is always open if you want a wee chat and coffee or there are many charities online who are their 24/7 to listen confidentiality.

Your family, friends and co-workers will always be there to listen.

Be good to yourself!
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World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day and we just wanted to share these small simple steps.

Everyone struggles - be it your favourite footballer, singer, actor etc.  It is what makes us all the same and all equal.   It is okay not to be okay and you are not alone.

Our door is always open if you want a wee chat and coffee or there are many charities online who are their 24/7 to listen confidentiality.

Your family, friends and co-workers will always be there to listen.  

Be good to yourself!

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