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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 Collectionİ 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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Feedback and comments are welcomed from visitors, so click to enter without further delay and become part of our community.

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 Latest News

Mon, 07 Jan 2019 - 16:27
THAT'S Why they Call Them "The Dons"
On This Day: 18 January

1989: A new folk hero comes to Pittodrie in the form of 6' 5" tall Dutchman Willem Van Der Ark. The £300,000 signing went into the team on the following Saturday and scored a debut goal at Motherwell.

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1899: ACCIDENT AT AN ABERDEEN FOOTBALL MATCH. COLLAPSE OF GRANDSTAND. At Cattofield Football Ground, Aberdeen, when the important fixture between Kilmarnock and Orion was in progress on Saturday, a somewhat unusual accident occurred, fortunately without serious results. Over 6,000 spectators were ...>>

Aberdeen Results on 18 January
Year Result Competition Venue Att.
2014 Aberdeen 0-1 Inverness CT Scottish Premiership Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Click here to watch the Highlights of Aberdeen v Inverness CT now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 12,021
2009 Aberdeen 4-2 Celtic SPL Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen Click here to watch the Highlights of Aberdeen v Celtic now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 18,100
2007 Hibernian 4-1 Aberdeen Scottish Cup R3 REP Easter Road, Edinburgh Click here to watch the Highlights of Hibernian v Aberdeen now on RedTV (Subscription Required) 11,375
2003 Ajax 2-1 Aberdeen Friendly
1999 Aberdeen 1-1 Manchester United Testimonial Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen 22,000
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Born on this Day
1958 Peter Weir Midfielder Age: 60
1902 Sam Spencer Right Half  
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