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Arbroath 1 – 1 Stirling Albion

The Lichties had to settle for a point against Stirling Albion at a blustery Gayfield this afternoon. The first half was full of chances for both sides, but nobody could...
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Lichties Bonus Ball – Sold Out

Our second ever draw of the Lichties Bonus Ball for the month of February has sold out! Many thanks to all Lichties who are helping support the club through this...
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Bryan Hodge – New Sponsor

Arbroath FC are delighted to announce that new signing Bryan Hodge has been sponsored by Colin Napier. Colin has been a big supporter of the club this season and we...
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion – Hospitality

There are still spots available in the Hospitality Suite for this Saturday’s home fixture against Stirling Albion. Everyone who has sampled our Hospitality knows the fantastic afternoons entertainment that is...
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Montrose 1 – 3 Arbroath

Arbroath fought back to secure all 3 points over a stubborn Montrose side in horrendous conditions this afternoon at Links Park. The Lichties were dealt a blow minutes before kick...
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Joke of the Week

This weeks joke was provided by Blair Cargill (Age 8) who goes to Carlogie Primary School, Carnoustie. Blairs favourite player is David Gold.

Minutes Applause v Montrose

Football fans from Montrose and Arbroath will hold a minute’s applause before today’s derby to pay tribute to well-known amateur footballer, Tartan Army member and Montrose fan Neil Taylor, who...
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Arbroath Football Club - Official added 40 new photos to the album: Arbroath FC Youth Match Day Experience - ACSC 2008 Squad — at Gayfield Park.

Yesterday we welcomed back the Arbroath Community Sports Club (ACSC) 2008 squad to take part in our Youth Match Day Experience.

The local club who have coaches with SFA Qualifications give boys and girls with potential somewhere to go and be part of a great team.

The young footballers got right behind the team as they sat in the main stand cheering on the Lichties before they took part in two very competitive mini games in front of the main stand who cheered them on.

They then took in a lap of the pitch being applauded by both sets of supporters before watching the rest of the game after some snacks.

We hope they all had a great afternoon and hope to see them back at Gayfield in the future.

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Yesterday we welcomed back the Arbroath Community Sports Club (ACSC) 2008 squad to take part in our Youth Match Day Experience.

The local club who have coaches with SFA Qualifications give boys and girls with potential somewhere to go and be part of a great team.

The young footballers got right behind the team as they sat in the main stand cheering on the Lichties before they took part in two very competitive mini games in front of the main stand who cheered them on.

They then took in a lap of the pitch being applauded by both sets of supporters before watching the rest of the game after some snacks.

We hope they all had a great afternoon and hope to see them back at Gayfield in the future.

Cmon the Lichties!

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Tracey FraserClaire Eaton Bob Eaton have you guys seen these pics?

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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion Mascot

Our mascot for yesterday's match was young Oliver Smith who is pictured here with Stirling Albion Captain Chris Smith, Referee Ryan Milne and Lichties Captain Mark Whatley.

Oliver's favourite players are Bobby Linn and Ryan McCord and his other team he supports is Arsenal!

We hope that Oliver and his family had a wonderful day out at Gayfield and enjoyed their experience!
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion Mascot

Our mascot for yesterdays match was young Oliver Smith who is pictured here with Stirling Albion Captain Chris Smith, Referee Ryan Milne and Lichties Captain Mark Whatley.

Olivers favourite players are Bobby Linn and Ryan McCord and his other team he supports is Arsenal!

We hope that Oliver and his family had a wonderful day out at Gayfield and enjoyed their experience!

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Arbroath Football Club - Official added 130 new photos to the album: Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion — at Gayfield Park.

Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion,
Ladbrokes Scottish League 2 - Match 25,
Saturday 18th February 2017,
Gayfield Park,
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Arbroath v Stirling Albion- Match Highlights

Today's action from Gayfield
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Highlight's of today's Ladbrokes League 2 Match from Gayfield

Arbroath v Stirling Albion - Post Match Interview
Stirling Albion Manager Dave Mackay on today's match
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Stirling Albion Manager gives his views on today's match

Arbroath v Stirling Albion - Post Match Interview
Dick Campbell on today's draw
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Post Match Interview from Arbroath Manager discussing today's game.

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Trevor PhillipsThought the ref was good today up until the penalty decision and maybe a red card just before. Need to put chances away and kill teams off before they score.

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Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - Match Summary

The Lichties had to settle for a point against Stirling Albion at a blustery Gayfield this afternoon.

A frantic first half could have seen a score line of 4-1 at the break as the Lichties made a bright start with visiting keeper Chris Smith making one of his many first half saves after only 5 minutes when Bobby Linn ran in on goal.

Arbroath continued to attack with Ryan McCord then David Gold coming close and at the other end Blair Henderson having a good chance in the 20th minute.

The Lichties continued to attacked with a few crazy goal mouth clearances as Bryan Prunty twice was denied by a combination of great goal keeping and a series of bodies on the line.

In a crazy 60 second spell, Prunty, McCord, Linn and Whatley all were denied as the ball just wouldn’t go into the net. Former Rangers striker Andy Little was introduced for Jack McCue who took a knock on the half hour mark.

Blair Henderson continued to put the home defence under pressure before Bobby Linn and Bryan Hodge came close for the Lichties before Linn hit the bar just before half time.

David Gold was replaced by Matty Smyth at half time with Ricky Little moving to right back. Arbroath’s series of missed first half chances came back to haunt them as a a cross-come-shot by Darren Smith from the right landed in the net after bouncing back in off the post in the 57th minute.

Arbroath striker Steven Doris pulled his team level just 7 minutes later as he latched on to a Omar Kader through ball cooly slotting it past two defenders and Smith in goal. Arbroath made their final substitutions with Josh Skelly replacing Linn and Eddie Ferns coming on for Prunty.

As the wind picked up it was Stirling who had the advantage as Arbroath struggled to keep the ball on the deck. Steven Doris and Kader both had shots saved before Ferns made the wrong choice and took a shot instead of passing to Doris.

The Binos started to press and Arbroath had Bryan Hodge to thank as he made a goal line clearance before Kader seemed to be taken out by Conor Quigley but referee Ryan Milne waved play on.

In the end both teams had to settle for a point but with ex Lichtie Gary Phillips scoring the winner for Berwick Rangers over Forfar Athletic it was a missed opportunity to cut the gap at the top of the table.

Highlights and Photographs to come later this evening.

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Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - Match Summary

The Lichties had to settle for a point against Stirling Albion at a blustery Gayfield this afternoon.   

A frantic first half could have seen a score line of 4-1 at the break as the Lichties made a bright start with visiting keeper Chris Smith making one of his many first half saves after only 5 minutes when Bobby Linn ran in on goal.   

Arbroath continued to attack with Ryan McCord then David Gold coming close and at the other end Blair Henderson having a good chance in the 20th minute.     

The Lichties continued to attacked with a few crazy goal mouth clearances as Bryan Prunty twice was denied by a combination of great goal keeping and a series of bodies on the line.

In a crazy 60 second spell, Prunty, McCord, Linn and Whatley all were denied as the ball just wouldn’t go into the net.   Former Rangers striker Andy Little was introduced for Jack McCue who took a knock on the half hour mark.

Blair Henderson continued to put the home defence under pressure  before Bobby Linn and Bryan Hodge came close for the Lichties before Linn hit the bar just before half time.

David Gold was replaced by Matty Smyth at half time with Ricky Little moving to right back.  Arbroath’s series of missed first half chances came back to haunt them as a a cross-come-shot by Darren Smith from the right landed in the net after bouncing back in off the post in the 57th minute.  

Arbroath striker Steven Doris pulled his team level just 7 minutes later as he latched on to a Omar Kader through ball cooly slotting it past two defenders and Smith in goal.  Arbroath made their final substitutions with Josh Skelly replacing Linn and Eddie Ferns coming on for Prunty.

As the wind picked up it was Stirling who had the advantage as Arbroath struggled to keep the ball on the deck.   Steven Doris and Kader both had shots saved before Ferns made the wrong choice and took a shot instead of passing to Doris.

The Binos started to press and Arbroath had Bryan Hodge to thank as he made a goal line clearance before Kader seemed to be taken out by Conor Quigley but referee Ryan Milne waved play on.

In the end both teams had to settle for a point but with ex Lichtie Gary Phillips scoring the winner for Berwick Rangers over Forfar Athletic it was a missed opportunity to cut the gap at the top of the table.

Highlights and Photographs to come later this evening.

C’mon the Lichties

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David ForresterWas a stonewall pen when Kader was brought down, ref was poor.

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Eric DavidsonStrange game should have been 2 up at ht however never really got going. Good goal from Stevie d We had chances at end but to be fair so did stirling. With Berwick beating forfar just shows anybody can beat anybody in this league.

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Michael BeattiePoints dropped unfortunately. Should have buried them 1st half

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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion - Match Preview

Match Day 25 - Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 18th February 2017, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath welcome Dave Mackay’s Stirling Albion to Gayfield tomorrow for our 3rd game of the season.

The Lichties won in an 8 goal thriller back in August thanks to a Bobby Linn hat-trick but a stunning comeback by the Binos secured a 2-2 draw in November when 2 injury time goals by Sean Dickson stunned 10 man Arbroath.

Stirling Albion have see a big change in their squad since Dave Mackay took over at Forthbank. During the winter transfer window they welcomed 7 new players and extended the loans of two existing loan deals.

There were also 8 players who left Forthbank, two of those as we know were snapped up by manager Dick Campbell as we welcomed Bryan Hodge and Eddie Ferns to Gayfield.

The biggest blow to the Stirling Albion supporters was that of the departure of striker Dylan Nguene Bikey who hit 9 goals in 9 games before being snapped up by Hearts.

The French striker had only moved to Forthbank from French Club Dieppe in December but his excellent form and goals caught the eye of many full time clubs but Ian Cathro secured his signature at Tynecastle.

Stirling have announced the signing for former Rangers and Preston North End striker Andy Little who has signed at Forthbank until the end of the season.

In -
Callum Morrison - Hearts, extension of loan
Calvin Colquhoun - Dundee, extension of loan
Andrew Black - Fauldhouse United
Liam Caddis - Ardrossan Winton Rovers
Josh Jeffries - Rangers, loan
Connor McLaren - St Johnstone, loan
Conor Quigley - Dundee, loan
Willie Robertson - Annan Athletic
Frazer Wright - Dumbarton
Andy Little - Preston North End

Out -
Bryan Hodge - Arbroath
Eddie Ferns - Arbroath
Marc McKenzie - Clyde
Dylan Nguene Bikey - Hearts
David Verlaque
Moses Olanrewaju - Sauchie Juniors
Scott Davidson - Cumbernauld Colts, loan
Angus Beith - Hearts, end of loan

Stirling Albion Team news courtesy of www.stirlingalbionfc.co.uk/2017/02/16/arbroath-preview-7/

“Skipper Ross McMillan will miss out with the hamstring injury that forced him off last week while striker Ross Kavanagh and wingers Callumn Morrison and Josh Jeffries remain on the sidelines. Midfielder Calvin Colquhoun is available after serving a one-match ban”.

Arbroath will welcome back Ricky Little after he missed our victory over Montrose with illness and it is hoped Martin Scott will be available again soon.

Stirling Albion Form - Last 9 Games

Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Berwick Rangers - SPFL Game 23
Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Montrose - SPFL Game 22
Clyde 3 - 2 Stirling Albion - Scottish Cup 4th Round Replay
Annan Athletic 4 - 1 Stirling Albion - Game 21
Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Clyde - Scottish Cup 4th Round
Forfar Athletic 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 20
Stirling Albion 3 - 0 Clyde - SPFL - Game 19
Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Cowdenbeath - SPFL Game 18
Montrose 2 - 2 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 17

Head to Head - Last 6 Games

Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Arbroath - 19th November 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2016/2017
Goals - Dickson 90+1, 90+2 - Doris 40, Kader 68

Arbroath 5 - 3 Stirling Albion - 27th August 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2016/2017
Goals - Skelly 31, Linn 58, 67, pen 73, Kader 78 - Sukar 34 (og), Henderson 54, Ferns 70

Stirling Albion 1 - 0 Arbroath - 5th March 2016 Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goal - Beattie 82

Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - 6th February 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goals - Hester 70 - D. Smith 76

Stirling Albion 3 - 1 Arbroath - 14th November 2015 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goals - W. Robertson 55, R. Smith 78, Doris pen 82 - Linn 21

Arbroath 2 - 0 Stirling Albion - 19th September 2015 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goals - Alvarez 49, Linn 51

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended for tomorrow’s clash.

Officials;

The Referee will be Ryan Milne and he will be assisted by Jordan Alastair Mather and Alan Macfadyen.

36-Bar;

The 36-0 Bar will be open from 2.00pm

Admission;
Admission prices at Gayfield are £13 for adults and £7 for concessions with an adult and child gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion - Match Preview

Match Day 25 - Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 18th February 2017, Gayfield Park, Arbroath, 3.00pm kick off

Arbroath welcome Dave Mackay’s Stirling Albion to Gayfield tomorrow for our 3rd game of the season.   

The Lichties won in an 8 goal thriller back in August thanks to a Bobby Linn hat-trick but a stunning comeback by the Binos secured a 2-2 draw in November when 2 injury time goals by Sean Dickson stunned 10 man Arbroath.

Stirling Albion have see a big change in their squad since Dave Mackay took over at Forthbank.  During the winter transfer window they welcomed 7 new players and extended the loans of two existing loan deals.   

There were also 8 players who left Forthbank, two of those as we know were snapped up by manager Dick Campbell as we welcomed Bryan Hodge and Eddie Ferns to Gayfield.

The biggest blow to the Stirling Albion supporters was that of the departure of striker Dylan Nguene Bikey who hit 9 goals in 9 games before being snapped up by Hearts.   

The French striker had only moved to Forthbank from French Club Dieppe in December but his excellent form and goals caught the eye of many full time clubs but Ian Cathro secured his signature at Tynecastle.

Stirling have announced the signing for former Rangers and Preston North End striker Andy Little who has signed at Forthbank until the end of the season.

In - 
Callum Morrison - Hearts, extension of loan
Calvin Colquhoun - Dundee, extension of loan
Andrew Black - Fauldhouse United
Liam Caddis - Ardrossan Winton Rovers
Josh Jeffries - Rangers, loan
Connor McLaren - St Johnstone, loan
Conor Quigley - Dundee, loan
Willie Robertson - Annan Athletic
Frazer Wright - Dumbarton
Andy Little - Preston North End

Out - 
Bryan Hodge - Arbroath
Eddie Ferns - Arbroath
Marc McKenzie - Clyde
Dylan Nguene Bikey - Hearts
David Verlaque
Moses Olanrewaju - Sauchie Juniors
Scott Davidson - Cumbernauld Colts, loan
Angus Beith - Hearts, end of loan

Stirling Albion Team news courtesy of http://www.stirlingalbionfc.co.uk/2017/02/16/arbroath-preview-7/

“Skipper Ross McMillan will miss out with the hamstring injury that forced him off last week while striker Ross Kavanagh and wingers Callumn Morrison and Josh Jeffries remain on the sidelines. Midfielder Calvin Colquhoun is available after serving a one-match ban”.

Arbroath will welcome back Ricky Little after he missed our victory over Montrose with illness and it  is hoped Martin Scott will be available again soon.

Stirling Albion Form - Last 9 Games

Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Berwick Rangers - SPFL Game 23
Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Montrose - SPFL Game 22
Clyde 3 - 2 Stirling Albion - Scottish Cup 4th Round Replay
Annan Athletic 4 - 1 Stirling Albion - Game 21
Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Clyde - Scottish Cup 4th Round
Forfar Athletic 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 20
Stirling Albion 3 - 0 Clyde - SPFL - Game 19
Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Cowdenbeath - SPFL Game 18
Montrose 2 - 2 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 17

Head to Head - Last 6 Games

Stirling Albion 2 - 2 Arbroath - 19th November 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2016/2017
Goals - Dickson 90+1, 90+2 - Doris 40, Kader 68

Arbroath 5 - 3 Stirling Albion - 27th August 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2016/2017
Goals - Skelly 31, Linn 58, 67, pen 73, Kader 78 - Sukar 34 (og), Henderson 54, Ferns 70

Stirling Albion 1 - 0 Arbroath - 5th March 2016 Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goal - Beattie 82

Arbroath 1 - 1 Stirling Albion - 6th February 2016 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016 
Goals - Hester 70 - D. Smith 76

Stirling Albion 3 - 1 Arbroath - 14th November 2015 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goals - W. Robertson 55, R. Smith 78, Doris pen 82 - Linn 21

Arbroath 2 - 0 Stirling Albion - 19th September 2015 - Scottish League Two - 2015/2016
Goals - Alvarez 49, Linn 51

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended for tomorrow’s clash.

Officials;

The Referee will be Ryan Milne and he will be assisted by Jordan Alastair Mather and Alan Macfadyen.

36-Bar;

The 36-0 Bar will be open from 2.00pm

Admission;
Admission prices at Gayfield are £13 for adults and £7 for concessions with an adult and child gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!

Happy (Belated) Birthday to Martin 'Jimmy' Scott!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Martin Scott a very happy birthday!

Jimmy's Birthday was actually on Wednesday but we hope that he had a wonderful day with his family and friends!

Happy Birthday Jimmy!
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Happy (Belated) Birthday to Martin Jimmy Scott!

Everyone at Arbroath FC would like to wish Martin Scott a very happy birthday! 

Jimmys Birthday was actually on Wednesday but we hope that he had a wonderful day with his family and friends! 

Happy Birthday Jimmy!

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Lichties Bonus Ball - Sold Out

Our second ever draw of the Lichties Bonus Ball for the month of February has sold out!

Many thanks to all Lichties who are helping support the club through this scheme and we will reveal the winner of the £450 prize money next Saturday!

Thanks again!

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Lichties Bonus Ball - Sold Out

Our second ever draw of the Lichties Bonus Ball for the month of February has sold out!

Many thanks to all Lichties who are helping support the club through this scheme and we will reveal the winner of the £450 prize money next Saturday!

Thanks again!

Cmon the Lichties!

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Brian CargillA waiting list has been started for the March Lichtie Bonus Ball draw so if you want to be added to the list incase anyone drops out for March then please get in touch with Brian Cargill on 07793070168 or by email on briancargill50@gmail.com

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Ryan McCord - SPFL Team of the Week!

Congratulations to our midfielder Ryan McCord who has made the SPFL Team of the week again after his impressive second half after coming on as a substitute at the break.

Ryan whipped in the corner for Matty Smyth to score his first Arbroath goal on his debut and pull us level, before Ryan netted a free kick to give us the lead as he scored his 7th league goal of the season.

Congratulations to Ryan and to all his team mates!

C'mon the Lichties!

AM - Ryan McCord (Arbroath)

Arbroath were trailing at the interval in their Angus derby against Montrose but McCord's class helped turn the tables. The midfielder provided the assist for the equaliser before putting the visitors in front himself, as the Red Lichties went on to record a 3-1 win.

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👏 Congratulations to Celtic FC hat-trick specialist Moussa Dembélé, he's our Team of the Week Star Man! 🌟⚽⚽⚽ The striker was in fantastic form on Saturday and scored a hat-trick in the ...

Ryan McCord - SPFL Team of the Week!

Congratulations to our midfielder Ryan McCord who has made the SPFL Team of the week again after his impressive second half after coming on as a substitute at the break.

Ryan whipped in the corner for Matty Smyth to score his first Arbroath goal on his debut and pull us level, before Ryan netted a free kick to give us the lead as he scored his 7th league goal of the season.

Congratulations to Ryan and to all his team mates!

Cmon the Lichties! 

AM - Ryan McCord (Arbroath)

Arbroath were trailing at the interval in their Angus derby against Montrose but McCords class helped turn the tables. The midfielder provided the assist for the equaliser before putting the visitors in front himself, as the Red Lichties went on to record a 3-1 win.

Read more at http://spfl.co.uk/news/article/spfl-team-of-the-week-45/#EUfFDiZMrH8VKgEW.99

Arbroath Football Club - Official shared SPFL's video.

SPFL
Away Record

SPFL Stats have come up with another cracker of a stat this week.

Victory over Montrose on Saturday means we are just one victory short of equalling our club record of six straight wins away from home, however our next away game is the very tricky fixture of Elgin at Borough Briggs.

I also believe (someone may correct me) that on Saturday we matched our best away form of nine unbeaten matches in the league, with our only away defeat back on the 10th of September at the hands of Clyde

This equals the nine game unbeaten away run that current coach John Young set, when he was manager of the club in 1989.

Fantastic achievements and well done to Dick and Ian, the rest of the coaching staff and the players.

C'mon the Lichties!

"5 Arbroath closed the gap on Forfar at the top of Ladbrokes League 2 to nine points as they came from behind to beat Montrose 3-1 at Links Park. Dick Campbell’s side are currently relying on their excellent away form to keep them in the title race – they have lost their last two matches at home but Saturday marked their fifth consecutive away victory. In fact, the Red Lichties are now just one short of equalling their club record of six straight wins away from home. Arbroath have had the upper hand against the Gable Endies of late – they are now unbeaten in six matches against their Angus rivals."
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion - Hospitality

There are still spots available in the Hospitality Suite for this Saturday's home fixture against Stirling Albion.

Everyone who has sampled our Hospitality knows the fantastic afternoons entertainment that is on offer.

Your afternoon will include;

• Drink on arrival at 1.30pm
• Three-course meal with wine
• Teamsheet and programme
• Complimentary bar until 5:30pm
• Reserved seating for the match
• Half-time refreshments (tea, coffee and a pie)
• Chance to meet the players and management.

£60 (+VAT)
£50 (+VAT) for Season ticket holders

To book please email info@strathmoreeventservices.co.uk or telephone 07775-779440 or 07864-195158
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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion - Hospitality

There are still spots available in the Hospitality Suite for this Saturdays home fixture against Stirling Albion.

Everyone who has sampled our Hospitality knows the fantastic afternoons entertainment that is on offer.

Your afternoon will include;

• Drink on arrival at 1.30pm
• Three-course meal with wine
• Teamsheet and programme
• Complimentary bar until 5:30pm
• Reserved seating for the match
• Half-time refreshments (tea, coffee and a pie)
• Chance to meet the players and management.

£60 (+VAT)
£50 (+VAT) for Season ticket holders

To book please email info@strathmoreeventservices.co.uk or telephone 07775-779440 or 07864-195158

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Arbroath vs Stirling Albion

Feb 18, 3:00pm

Gayfield Park

Arbroath welcome Stirling Albion to Gayfield on Saturday 18th February for our 25th game of the 2016 / 2017 Season. This is another chance to get down and watch the Lichties as we play the first of t...

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Arbroath vs Cowdenbeath

Arbroath vs Cowdenbeath

Feb 25, 3:00pm

Gayfield Park

Arbroath welcome Cowdenbeath to Gayfield on Saturday 25th February for our 26th game of the 2016 / 2017 Season. This is another chance to get down and watch the Lichties as they keep up the momentum ...

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Highlight's of today's ladbrokes League 2 match from Links Park as another Angus derby took place.

Arbroath Football Club - Official added 125 new photos to the album: Montrose 1 - 3 Arbroath - Match Photographs.

Montrose 1 - 3 Arbroath,
Ladbrokes Scottish League 2 - Match 24,
Saturday 11th February 2017,
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Ladbrokes Scottish League 2 - Match 24, 
Saturday 11th February 2017, 
Links Park, 
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Stuart MageeWell done Matty ⚽⚽

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Alice DevineCome on the red lichties x

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Jackie PalmerWell done Matt Smyth

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Montrose 1 - 3 Arbroath - Match Summary

Arbroath fought back to secure all 3 points over a stubborn Montrose side in horrendous conditions this afternoon at Links Park.
The snow that had fallen over overnight had been washed away with heavy rain as Links Park was battered from all sides with a heavy wind and lashing rain.

The Lichties were dealt a blow at 2.50pm when Ricky Little was overcome with illness and had to withdraw from the starting line up giving young on loan Dundee defender, Matty Smyth a full debut as he partnered Colin Hamilton in the centre of defence.

Montrose made an excellent start to the match as Graham Webster struck a shot in the opening seconds. That was the highlight in the opening minutes of play as both teams struggled for an opening.

Montrose with the wind at their backs certainly looked more dangerous and were passing the ball around well. The Lichties on the other hand were struggling to make any sort of impact on Jordan Millar’s goal and were struggling in the final 3rd.

Montrose took the lead in the 26th minute and it was probably deserved on the balance of play but came from an Arbroath error.
A clearance fell to the feet of Matty Smith at the edge of the box and the young on loan Dundee United striker simply curled the ball into the far corner of the net out of the reach of Gomes.

The home side kept up the pressure as they looked for a second but could find a second goal, however were no doubt happy as they went into the break with the lead.

At half time Arbroath manager Dick Campbell made two big changes with Bryan Prunty replacing Eddie Ferns up front and Ryan McCord replacing Jassem Sukar, with Bryan Hodge moving into the left back position.

The introduction of McCord made a big difference as Arbroath soon started to pass the ball around and were making progress towards the Montrose goal, but Ryan Ferguson almost grabbed a second goal for the Links Park side with a header in the 48th minute.

Arbroath scored from their first corner of the second half. Ryan McCord whipped the ball into the box and Matty Smyth rose up to bullet a header into the back of the net in the 58th minute as he made a dream debut.

As Arbroath pushed for another goal it was another corner kick by McCord which was this time met by Linn and his flashing header hit the Montrose bar as the Lichties start to press.

The weather conditions weren’t easing off and play was raging from end to end with Graham Webster and Chris Templeman both coming close for Montrose.

A foul on Bryan Prunty just outside the Montrose box by Greg Pascazio allowed Ryan McCord to step up and curl a free kick into the bottom corner past Jordan Millar to give the Lichties the lead in the 70th minute.

Montrose introduced striker Kerr Hay and Gary Fraser as they looked to get back level but it was Montrose’s man of the match Graham Webster who continued to be their main threat as he hit a left foot shot just over the Arbroath bar.

With 6 minutes to go Arbroath made their final switch with Omar Kader replacing Bobby Linn. The game really opened up with Webster popping up again, but this time his shot was blocked before McCord almost nabbed a 3rd for the Lichties.

Jordan Miller produced a spectacular save to deny Bryan Prunty whose header looked to be heading into the postage stamp area of the net.

As the seconds ticked down, Arbroath tried to hold up the ball near the corner flag but after a passing movement Kader was allowed to run into the box before he tried to tee up McCord, as McCord’s shot was blocked the ball fell back to the feet of Kader who smashed in a left foot shot to secure all 3 points.

With Elgin City coming back to secure a draw against Forfar Athletic, the lead at the top of the table is back down to 9 points with 36 still to play for.

C’mon the Lichties!

Possession - Montrose 57% - 43% Arbroath
Total Shots - Montrose 14 - 6 Arbroath
On Target - Montrose 3 - 5 Arbroath
Off Target - Montrose 8 - 1 Arbroath
Blocked - Montrose 3 - 0 Arbroath
Corners - Montrose 7 - 4 Arbroath
Fouls Committed - Montrose 18 - 16 Arbroath

Montrose

1 - Jordan Millar
2 - Cameron Ballantyne
3 - Andrew Steeves
4 - Matthew Allan
5 - Greg Pascazio
6 - Callum McDonald
7 - Graham Webster
8 - Terry Masson (c) (Fraser 81)
9 - Matthew Smith
10 - Chris Templeman
11 - Ryan Ferguson (Hay 72)

Substitutes

12 - Kieran McWalter
14 - Ross Campbell
15 - Liam Callaghan
16 - Kerr Hay - 11; 72nd
17 - Michael Bolochoweckyj
18 - Gary Fraser - 8; 81st
21 - Allan Fleming (GK)

Yellow Cards - Allan 24, Masson 50

Goal - Smith 26

Arbroath

1 - Ricky Gomes
2 - David Gold
3 - Jassem Sukar (McCord 45)
4 - Matthew Smyth
5 - Colin Hamilton
6 - Mark Whatley (c)
7 - Josh Skelly
8 - Bryan Hodge
9 - Steven Doris
10 - Eddie Ferns (Prunty 45)
11 - Bobby Linn (Kader 84)

Substitutes

12 - Bryan Prunty - 10; 45th
14 - Omar Kader - 11; 84th
15 - Gavin Malin
16 - Ryan McCord - 3; 45th
17 - Kane Hester
18 - Donald McCallum
21 - Cammy Gill (GK)

Yellow Cards - Sukar 33, Hodge 58

Goals - Smyth 54, McCord 70, Kader 90

Attendance - 1002

Referee - Craig Napier
Assistant Referee 1 - Jordan Stokoe
Assistant Referee 2 - Craig Ferguson
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Arbroath fought back to secure all 3 points over a stubborn Montrose side in horrendous conditions this afternoon at Links Park.
The snow that had fallen over overnight had been washed away with heavy rain as Links Park was battered from all sides with a heavy wind and lashing rain.

The Lichties were dealt a blow at 2.50pm when Ricky Little was overcome with illness and had to withdraw from the starting line up giving young on loan Dundee defender, Matty Smyth a full debut as he partnered Colin Hamilton in the centre of defence.

Montrose made an excellent start to the match as Graham Webster struck a shot in the opening seconds. That was the highlight in the opening minutes of play as both teams struggled for an opening.

Montrose with the wind at their backs certainly looked more dangerous and were passing the ball around well. The Lichties on the other hand were struggling to make any sort of impact on Jordan Millar’s goal and were struggling in the final 3rd.

Montrose took the lead in the 26th minute and it was probably deserved on the balance of play but came from an Arbroath error.
A clearance fell to the feet of Matty Smith at the edge of the box and the young on loan Dundee United striker simply curled the ball into the far corner of the net out of the reach of Gomes.

The home side kept up the pressure as they looked for a second but could find a second goal, however were no doubt happy as they went into the break with the lead.

At half time Arbroath manager Dick Campbell made two big changes with Bryan Prunty replacing Eddie Ferns up front and Ryan McCord replacing Jassem Sukar, with Bryan Hodge moving into the left back position.

The introduction of McCord made a big difference as Arbroath soon started to pass the ball around and were making progress towards the Montrose goal, but Ryan Ferguson almost grabbed a second goal for the Links Park side with a header in the 48th minute.

Arbroath scored from their first corner of the second half. Ryan McCord whipped the ball into the box and Matty Smyth rose up to bullet a header into the back of the net in the 58th minute as he made a dream debut.

As Arbroath pushed for another goal it was another corner kick by McCord which was this time met by Linn and his flashing header hit the Montrose bar as the Lichties start to press.

The weather conditions weren’t easing off and play was raging from end to end with Graham Webster and Chris Templeman both coming close for Montrose.

A foul on Bryan Prunty just outside the Montrose box by Greg Pascazio allowed Ryan McCord to step up and curl a free kick into the bottom corner past Jordan Millar to give the Lichties the lead in the 70th minute.

Montrose introduced striker Kerr Hay and Gary Fraser as they looked to get back level but it was Montrose’s man of the match Graham Webster who continued to be their main threat as he hit a left foot shot just over the Arbroath bar.

With 6 minutes to go Arbroath made their final switch with Omar Kader replacing Bobby Linn. The game really opened up with Webster popping up again, but this time his shot was blocked before McCord almost nabbed a 3rd for the Lichties.

Jordan Miller produced a spectacular save to deny Bryan Prunty whose header looked to be heading into the postage stamp area of the net.

As the seconds ticked down, Arbroath tried to hold up the ball near the corner flag but after a passing movement Kader was allowed to run into the box before he tried to tee up McCord, as McCord’s shot was blocked the ball fell back to the feet of Kader who smashed in a left foot shot to secure all 3 points.

With Elgin City coming back to secure a draw against Forfar Athletic, the lead at the top of the table is back down to 9 points with 36 still to play for.

C’mon the Lichties!

Possession - Montrose 57% - 43% Arbroath
Total Shots - Montrose 14 - 6 Arbroath
On Target - Montrose 3 - 5 Arbroath
Off Target - Montrose 8 - 1 Arbroath
Blocked - Montrose 3 - 0 Arbroath
Corners - Montrose 7 - 4 Arbroath
Fouls Committed - Montrose 18 - 16 Arbroath

Montrose

1 - Jordan Millar
2 - Cameron Ballantyne
3 - Andrew Steeves
4 - Matthew Allan
5 - Greg Pascazio
6 - Callum McDonald
7 - Graham Webster
8 - Terry Masson (c) (Fraser 81) 
9 - Matthew Smith
10 - Chris Templeman
11 - Ryan Ferguson (Hay 72)

Substitutes

12 - Kieran McWalter
14 - Ross Campbell
15 - Liam Callaghan
16 - Kerr Hay - 11; 72nd 
17 - Michael Bolochoweckyj
18 - Gary Fraser - 8; 81st
21 - Allan Fleming (GK)

Yellow Cards - Allan 24, Masson 50

Goal - Smith 26

Arbroath

1 - Ricky Gomes
2 - David Gold
3 - Jassem Sukar (McCord 45) 
4 - Matthew Smyth
5 - Colin Hamilton
6 - Mark Whatley (c) 
7 - Josh Skelly
8 - Bryan Hodge
9 - Steven Doris 
10 - Eddie Ferns (Prunty 45)
11 - Bobby Linn (Kader 84)

Substitutes

12 - Bryan Prunty - 10; 45th
14 - Omar Kader - 11; 84th
15 - Gavin Malin
16 - Ryan McCord - 3; 45th
17 - Kane Hester
18 - Donald McCallum
21 - Cammy Gill (GK)

Yellow Cards - Sukar 33, Hodge 58

Goals - Smyth 54, McCord 70, Kader 90

Attendance - 1002

Referee - Craig Napier
Assistant Referee 1 - Jordan Stokoe
Assistant Referee 2 - Craig Ferguson

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Montrose vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 24 - Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 11th February 2017, Links Park, Montrose, 3.00pm kick off
Arbroath make the short trip up the coast tomorrow as they visit Links Park to take on Stewart Petrie’s Montrose.

Both sets of supporters will pay tribute to well known local amateur footballer Neil Taylor who sadly passed away last week. Neil was a keen member of the Tartan Army and had a huge passion for football.

Montrose have continued their fine form since the arrival of Stewart Petrie and have climbed up the table with 3 consecutive wins and now look to challenge for a play off place.

During the transfer window Montrose added 5 new recruits with striker Kerr Hay arriving from Forfar Athletic, Defender Matty Allan on loan from Dundee, striker Matty Smith on loan from Dundee United, Dylan Thomas on loan from Aberdeen as well as signing Liam Callaghan from Arbroath.

Arbroath will welcome back influential playmaker Ryan McCord after he served a 2 match suspension and he may be the creative touch that the Lichties require after failing to score last weekend.

Defender Josh Thomson starts a loan with Dundonald Bluebell, and it will give the 19 year old vital match experience.

Montrose Form Guide - Last 6 Games

Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Montrose - SPFL Game 22
Montrose 2 - 1 Berwick Rangers - SPFL Game 21
Montrose 2 - 1 Cowdenbeath - SPFL Game 20
Montrose 0 - 3 Elgin City - SPFL Game 19
Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - SPFL Game 18
Montrose 2 - 2 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 17

Head to Head - Last 6 Games

Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - 2nd January 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017

Montrose 1 - 1 Arbroath - 13th August 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Scorers - Dunlop og 77 - McCord 34

Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - 23rd April 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016

Montrose 0 - 2 Arbroath - 2nd January 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Linn 31, Whatley 64

Arbroath 3 - 1 Montrose - 17th October 2015 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Linn 23, 66, Rutherford 79 - Webster 82

Montrose 3 - 0 Arbroath - 15th August 2015 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Fraser 20, 40, R. Campbell 57

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended for tomorrow’s clash.

Officials;

Referee will be Craig Napier and he will be assisted by Jordan Stokoe and Craig Ferguson.

Segregation;

Supporters are advised to arrive at the Stadium in good time as a larger than normal crowd is expected to attend the game which has a 3pm kick off.

To ensure all supporters can enjoy the game in a safe and family friendly environment, full segregation will be in place with Arbroath supporters entering the ground via the Union Row end and Montrose supporters entering via the Wellington Street end.

Supporters are reminded that no form of Pyrotechnic device is permitted within Links Park. These items are potentially very dangerous and additional Stewards will be in place to ensure that none are brought into the Stadium.

Both Teams are enjoying a period of good form at present and Supporters of both teams are encouraged to come along in numbers to enjoy what promises to be an excellent and competitive match.

Admission;

Admission prices at Links Park are £12 for adults and £6 for concessions with an adult and child (Under 16) gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!
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Montrose vs Arbroath - Match Preview

Match Day 24 - Ladbrokes League 2 - Season 2016 / 2017

Saturday 11th February 2017, Links Park, Montrose, 3.00pm kick off
Arbroath make the short trip up the coast tomorrow as they visit Links Park to take on Stewart Petrie’s Montrose.

Both sets of supporters will pay tribute to well known local amateur footballer Neil Taylor who sadly passed away last week. Neil was a keen member of the Tartan Army and had a huge passion for football.

Montrose have continued their fine form since the arrival of Stewart Petrie and have climbed up the table with 3 consecutive wins and now look to challenge for a play off place.

During the transfer window Montrose added 5 new recruits with striker Kerr Hay arriving from Forfar Athletic, Defender Matty Allan on loan from Dundee, striker Matty Smith on loan from Dundee United, Dylan Thomas on loan from Aberdeen as well as signing Liam Callaghan from Arbroath.

Arbroath will welcome back influential playmaker Ryan McCord after he served a 2 match suspension and he may be the creative touch that the Lichties require after failing to score last weekend.

Defender Josh Thomson starts a loan with Dundonald Bluebell, and it will give the 19 year old vital match experience.

Montrose Form Guide - Last 6 Games

Stirling Albion 1 - 2 Montrose - SPFL Game 22
Montrose 2 - 1 Berwick Rangers - SPFL Game 21
Montrose 2 - 1 Cowdenbeath - SPFL Game 20
Montrose 0 - 3 Elgin City - SPFL Game 19
Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - SPFL Game 18
Montrose 2 - 2 Stirling Albion - SPFL Game 17

Head to Head - Last 6 Games

Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - 2nd January 2017 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017

Montrose 1 - 1 Arbroath - 13th August 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2016/2017
Scorers - Dunlop og 77 - McCord 34

Arbroath 0 - 0 Montrose - 23rd April 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016

Montrose 0 - 2 Arbroath - 2nd January 2016 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Linn 31, Whatley 64

Arbroath 3 - 1 Montrose - 17th October 2015 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Linn 23, 66, Rutherford 79 - Webster 82

Montrose 3 - 0 Arbroath - 15th August 2015 - Scottish League 2 - 2015/2016
Scorers - Fraser 20, 40, R. Campbell 57

Suspensions;

Neither team have any players suspended for tomorrow’s clash.

Officials;

Referee will be Craig Napier and he will be assisted by Jordan Stokoe and Craig Ferguson.

Segregation;

Supporters are advised to arrive at the Stadium in good time as a larger than normal crowd is expected to attend the game which has a 3pm kick off.

To ensure all supporters can enjoy the game in a safe and family friendly environment, full segregation will be in place with Arbroath supporters entering the ground via the Union Row end and Montrose supporters entering via the Wellington Street end.

Supporters are reminded that no form of Pyrotechnic device is permitted within Links Park. These items are potentially very dangerous and additional Stewards will be in place to ensure that none are brought into the Stadium.

Both Teams are enjoying a period of good form at present and Supporters of both teams are encouraged to come along in numbers to enjoy what promises to be an excellent and competitive match.

Admission;

Admission prices at Links Park are £12 for adults and £6 for concessions with an adult and child (Under 16) gate operating for £15.

We hope to see you all there getting right behind the team!

C’mon the Lichties!

Josh Thomson

Defender Josh Thomson has joined Fife side Dundonald Bluebell FC on loan in order to get some valuable match experience.

We hope Josh enjoys his time at the "Bell" and look forward to seeing him back at Gayfield soon. Good luck Josh!

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Josh Thomson

Defender Josh Thomson has joined Fife side Dundonald Bluebell FC on loan in order to get some valuable match experience.

We hope Josh enjoys his time at the Bell and look forward to seeing him back at Gayfield soon. Good luck Josh!

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Montrose vs Arbroath - Supporter Information

On behalf of both Clubs, ahead of our Angus Derby on Saturday, we wish to encourage all our fans and supporters to come along to Links Park and enjoy what is set to be a great game of football.

Supporters are advised to arrive at the Stadium in good time as a larger than normal crowd is expected to attend the game which has a 3pm kick off.

To ensure all supporters can enjoy the game in a safe and family friendly environment, full segregation will be in place with Arbroath supporters entering the ground via the Union Row end and Montrose supporters entering via the Wellington Street end.

Supporters are reminded that no form of Pyrotechnic device is permitted within Links Park. These items are potentially very dangerous and additional Stewards will be in place to ensure that none are brought into the Stadium.

Both Teams are enjoying a period of good form at present and Supporters of both teams are encouraged to come along in numbers to enjoy what promises to be an excellent and competitive match.

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Montrose vs Arbroath - Supporter Information

On behalf of both Clubs, ahead of our Angus Derby on Saturday, we wish to encourage all our fans and supporters to come along to Links Park and enjoy what is set to be a great game of football.

Supporters are advised to arrive at the Stadium in good time as a larger than normal crowd is expected to attend the game which has a 3pm kick off.

To ensure all supporters can enjoy the game in a safe and family friendly environment, full segregation will be in place with Arbroath supporters entering the ground via the Union Row end and Montrose supporters entering via the Wellington Street end.

Supporters are reminded that no form of Pyrotechnic device is permitted within Links Park. These items are potentially very dangerous and additional Stewards will be in place to ensure that none are brought into the Stadium.

Both Teams are enjoying a period of good form at present and Supporters of both teams are encouraged to come along in numbers to enjoy what promises to be an excellent and competitive match.

Cmon the Lichties

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Arbroath Football Club – 21st Annual Dinner

There are only a few tickets remaining for Arbroath Football Clubs 21st Annual Sportsman Dinner, which is to be held on Friday 10th March 2017 in the Caird Hospitality Suite at Gayfield. Act fast if you want to attend as there are only 75 covers, and this event will sell out.

Supporters should note that this replaces the event which is normally held at the Meadowbank Inn, and this is the only Sportsman Dinner this year.

The special guest speakers announced so far are Arbroath manager Dick Campbell and former Rangers and Scotland winger Willie Henderson.

Anyone who has ever spent time in a room with Dick Campbell will know just how entertaining he is and how captivating he is as an after dinner speaker. As we know Dick has had an incredible journey in Scottish Football and his story keeps growing as he leads our team as we challenge for promotion in League 2. Along with his charity work and a successful businessman, Dick has many hilarious stories to share.

Willie Henderson is a Rangers legend with almost 500 appearances at Ibrox from 1960 to 1972 along with 5 goals and 29 international caps for Scotland. Making his debut at the age of 16 for Rangers and standing tall at 5′-4″ he picked up the nickname “Wee Willie”

Tickets are now on sale at £40

To book a ticket call Julie Harper on 07864-195158 or Strathmore Event Services on 07775-779440
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Arbroath Football Club – 21st Annual Dinner

There are only a few tickets remaining for Arbroath Football Clubs 21st Annual Sportsman Dinner, which is to be held on Friday 10th March 2017 in the Caird Hospitality Suite at Gayfield.  Act fast if you want to attend as there are only 75 covers, and this event will sell out.

Supporters should note that this replaces the event which is normally held at the Meadowbank Inn, and this is the only Sportsman Dinner this year.

The special guest speakers announced so far are Arbroath manager Dick Campbell and former Rangers and Scotland winger Willie Henderson.

Anyone who has ever spent time in a room with Dick Campbell will know just how entertaining he is and how captivating he is as an after dinner speaker. As we know Dick has had an incredible journey in Scottish Football and his story keeps growing as he leads our team as we challenge for promotion in League 2. Along with his charity work and a successful businessman, Dick has many hilarious stories to share.

Willie Henderson is a Rangers legend with almost 500 appearances at Ibrox from 1960 to 1972 along with 5 goals and 29 international caps for Scotland. Making his debut at the age of 16 for Rangers and standing tall at 5′-4″ he picked up the nickname “Wee Willie”

Tickets are now on sale at £40

To book a ticket call Julie Harper on 07864-195158 or Strathmore Event Services on 07775-779440