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2022

2022

2022 Undoubtedly the most successful season in history. After consolidation in 2020/21, the Club were the only part time outfit…

2020

2020

2020 A season that will never be forgotten. Arbroath FC promoted to the 2019/2020 Championship as League One Champions. Wins…

2019

2019

Ladbrokes League One Champions! Having led the Ladbrokes League One division from the very first day and enjoying a massive…

2018

2018

In their debut season in Ladbrokes League One, Arbroath enter the play-offs finishing 4th and face Dumbarton in the Championship…

2017

2017

Arbroath win the Ladbrokes League 2 Title at Forthbank Stadium in Stirling. Having trailed Angus rivals Forfar Athletic for weeks,…

2012

2012

The highlights of the season was two matches against Celtic in the Scottish Cup. We held them to a 1-1…

2011

2011

The Club finished 2nd in the Scottish Second Division following a close fight with Cowdenbeath for the Championship. We lost…

2010

2010

The Club appointed Paul Sheerin as player manager and following some ambitions signings the Club won their first ever Championship…

2009

2009

After a stuttering start to the season, Jim Weir replace John McGlashan as manager but failed to guide the Lichties…

2008

2008

Finished 7th in the Second Division

2007

2007

Finished 4th but won promotion through the play-offs beating Cowdenbeath in the semi-finals and Stranraer in the final.

2006

2006

Finished Third Division Runner Up but lost to Queens Park in the play-off at the semi-final stage.

2005

2005

Another poor start to the season sees Harry Cairney resign with the team second bottom at the end of August…

2004

2004

After poor starting to season and heavy defeat at Forfar Stevie Kirk resigns and Harry Cairney takes over but fails…

2003

2003

Relegated to Second Division after two seasons in the First. Early in the new season, John Brownlie resigns as manager…

2001

2001

Arbroath return to the First Division for the first time since 1980 after finishing second to Partick Thistle in the…

2000

2000

Dave Baikie resigns and is replaced by former Hibernian and Scotland full-back John Brownlie

1998

1997-1998

Dave Baikie leads Arbroath to promotion from Division Three, finishing second behind Alloa Athletic.

1997

1996-97

Arbroath finish bottom of the league gain. Tommy Campbell leaves Arbroath in May 1997 to take over as manager of…

1996

1996

Arbroath play Bon Accord for the first time since 1885. The Aberdeen junior side, looking to avenge the 36-0 drubbing…

1995

1995

George Mackie sacked. John Brogan takes over.

1995

Further reconstruction of Scottish football. There is now a Premier Division, and First, Second and Third Divisions. Arbroath begin life…

1994

1994

Jocky Scott resigns after just 14 games in charge.

1994

Manager Danny McGrain leaves because of illness after 14 months in charge. .Jocky Scott takes over

1994

Donald Park and George Mackie are appointed co-managers, but Park subsequently leaves to become a coach at Hibs.

1993

1993

1992-1993: Arbroath reach the quarter final of Scottish Cup but are beaten 3-0 at Gayfield by Rangers.

1993

Striker Paul Tosh is transferred to Dundee for a club record fee of £120,000. Celtic beat Arbroath 9-1 in the…

1992

1992

Manager Mike Lawson sacked in November, Danny McGrain takes over. He becomes instantly popular and is followed by the “Bearded…

1991

1991

Manager Walter Borthwick leaves to take up SFA post.

1991

Manager Ian Gibson sacked.

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