AFC Bournemouth

The Cherries were formed in 1890 as Boscombe St. John’s Institute F.C. and were reformed in 1899 as Boscombe F.C.. They changed to Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic F.C. in 1923 and became AFC Bournemouth in 1972. They became members of the Football League in 1923 and after spending all but a few seasons in the lower divisions they were promoted to the Premier League in 2015.

 Football League
1985/86 (3) L 0-3 L 2-3
1989/90 (2) W 3-1 D 1-1
2014/15 (C) L 1-2 L 1-2
FA Cup
1947/48 (3) Away W 2-1
1956/57 (4) Home L 0-1
FL Cup
1998/99 (2/1) Away D 1-1
(2/2) Home L 1-2
AM Cup
1986/87 (P) Home W 4-3
League Debut

Dominic Iorfa.

Associated with both clubs

Charles Adkins, Walter AkersBenik AfobeDarren Anderton, Viv Aston, Vince Bartram, George Bellis, David Bewley, Kenny Bird, John Bradford, Cameron Buchanan, Ted Buckley, Wilf Bucknall, Meynell Burgin, Roy Burns, Nathan Byrne, Kevin Charlton, Steve Claridge, Bill Coley, Fred Davies, Billy Elliott, Adam Federici, George Farrow, John Flaherty, Billy Gold, Scott Golbourne, Joe Harvey, James Henry, Ken Holland, Bob Iverson, Roger Johnson, Arthur Keeley, John Kirkham, Reg Kirkham, Bill Langley, George Lax, James Lovery, Jack McDonald, Bill McGarry, Scott Malone, Fred Marsden, Andy Marshall, George Marshall, Neil Masters, John Melligan, Scott Malone, George Mordue, Ronnie Morgan, George Ndah, Fraham Newton, Tom Paton, Andy Petterson, Fred Pincott, Bill Raffery, Robert Redfearn, Micky Reid, Jack Rowley, John Rowley, John Rutter, Billy Sellars, Brian Siddall, Len Smart, Billy Smith, George Smith, Arnold Stephens, Andrew Surman, Ernie Tagg, Eden Taylor, John Turner, Richard Twiss, Sam Vokes, Ernie Whittam, Gareth Williams, Fred Wilson, Sam Vokes, Dai Woodward.