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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.

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On This Day: 18 February
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1931: A very healthy crowd of 28,527 swarm across the Pittodrie terraces to see Dundee lose 2-0 in a Scottish Cup 3rd round replay. Adam McLean and Benny Yorston scored.

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SOCIAL HISTORY: 1891 CONSTITUTION STREET PUBLIC BATHS

<b>  1891  Constitution Street Public Baths 1891: Today we look at one of the facilities in the Pittodrie catchment area which football supporters may have made use of in the late 19th century. The Aberdeen Swimming Bath Company opened a "swimming pond" at Constitution Street in 1887, closing in 1898 when the Beach Bathing Station was opened. The ...>>

Aberdeen Results on 18 February
Year Result Competition Venue Att.
2006 Aberdeen 1-0 Falkirk SPL Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Click here to watch the Highlights of Aberdeen v Falkirk now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 11,538
2003 Aberdeen 4-1 Queen of the South Scottish Cup R3 REP Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen 6,068
1995 Stenhousemuir 2-0 Aberdeen Scottish Cup R4 Ochilview Park, Stenhousemuir 3,452
1989 Aberdeen 1-1 Dundee United Scottish Cup R4 Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen 23,000
1984 Clyde 0-2 Aberdeen Scottish Cup R4 Shawfield Stadium, Glasgow 5,800
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Born on this Day
1892 Bert MacLachlan Left Half  
1882 William Ford Outside Right  
1869 A. V. Lothian Back  
1998 Frank Ross Midfielder Age: 20
Died on this Day
1913 Archibald Harper Left Back  
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