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Welcome to the Website of AFC Heritage Trust
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 Collection 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

Sat, 22 Nov 2014 - 16:44
Historic Poster Revealed
AFC Heritage and Buckie Thistle rescue a shared piece of Aberdeenshire Cup History
On This Day: 28 July

1951: The semi-final replay of the St. Mungo Cup goes Aberdeen's way when George Hamilton and Harry Yorston provide the goals to beat Hibernian 2-1. The first match, played at Parkhead, was a 1-1 draw.
The St Mungo Cup was a one-off tournament played as a part of the 1951 Festival of Britain.

Match Report >>>
Aberdeen Results on 28 July
Year Result Competition Venue Att.
2012 St. Pauli 1-1 Aberdeen Friendly Millerntor Stadion, Hamburg 8,402
2004 Montrose 1-4 Aberdeen Friendly Links Park, Montrose 1,750
2001 Aberdeen 0-3 Rangers SPL Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen 18,838
1994 TPV - Aberdeen Friendly Tammela Stadion, Tampere, Finland
1987 Plymouth Argyle 2-4 Aberdeen Friendly Home Park, Plymouth
Click Here to view all fixtures on 28 July >>>
 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.

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