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Welcome to the Website of AFC Heritage Trust

The virtual and silent mouse click replaces the familiar audible click of a well-oiled turnstile and in entering this virtual Pittodrie you'll find information on the proud history and heritage of our shared passion.

We guarantee you'll be kept occupied for hours, whether you are an insatiable anorak for statistics, a passing browser or someone who needs a particular nugget of information to settle a pub argument or to answer that niggling question that keeps you awake at night.

It's not all statistics though - we'll be keeping the site up to date with news of Trust events, updates on Dons-related memorabilia we've tracked down or which has been gifted to us or loaned to us for The Aberdeen Collectionę and we'll regularly put in the spotlight items of interest to Reds and followers of the Black and Golds.

Even fans of other clubs are guaranteed to find something of interest here and are welcomed warmly by the Trust. Just wipe your feet on your way in.

The AFC Heritage Trust is independent of the Club and is managed by volunteer Trustees and is supported by Patrons and Friends of the Trust. The whole thing will only work with the active backing of supporters from all around the world and this means we need your donations follow the link to see what this really means.

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On This Day: 24 May

2015: Many Dons' players have made upwards of 300 appearance for Aberdeen, and all of them are well known, successful names to aficionados, but very few indeed have made it past the 400 mark. Captain Russell Anderson is one of these and his service to the Club has only ever been bettered by few other players: Jim Leighton with 535, Stewart McKimmie with 561, Bobby Clark with 594, Alex McLeish with 692 and Willie Miller, who turned out on a superlative 797 competitive occasions. Russell's final competitive appearance - number 407 - fell to be played on this day in history and he has more than earned all of the accolades afforded him.

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Aberdeen Results on 24 May
Year Result Competition Venue Att.
2015 Aberdeen 0-1 St. Johnstone Scottish Premiership Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Click here to watch the Highlights of Aberdeen v St. Johnstone now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 16,389
2009 Aberdeen 2-1 Hibernian SPL Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Click here to watch the Highlights of Aberdeen v Hibernian now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 14,083
2003 Dundee United 0-2 Aberdeen SPL Tannadice Park, Dundee 8,516
1974 Northern New South Wales 1-4 Aberdeen World Tour
1972 Wolverhampton Wanderers 0-3 Aberdeen North American Summer Tour High School Memorial Stadium, Washington
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Born on this Day
1885 Allan Lawrie Centre Forward  
1965 Brian Irvine Defender Age: 52
1956 Doug Rougvie Defender Age: 61
1987 Robert Thomson Defender Age: 31
1920 Robert Jeffrey Forward  
 Dark Blue Dons

Check out the 'dark blue dons' section and follow the triumphs and tragedies of every Don capped for Scotland whilst playing for AFC.

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Aberdeen Football Club Heritage Trust Registered office: Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen AB24 5QH Registered as a Charity in Scotland No SC040596.