A.F.C. Bournemouth

association football club in Bournemouth, England

Association Football Club Bournemouth, known in short name as A.F.C. Bournemouth, are an English football club. They are based in Bournemouth and play their home games at a stadium called the Vitality Stadium. They started in 1899 and have had Harry Redknapp as a manager and his son Jamie Redknapp as a player. They are currently in the Premier League.

AFC Bournemouth's football stadium (Dean Court)
A.F.C. Bournemouth
Full nameAssociation Football Club Bournemouth
Founded1899
GroundVitality Stadium
Capacity12,000
OwnerMaxim Demin
ChairmanJeff Mostyn
ManagerGary O'Neil (interim)
LeaguePremier League
2021/22EFL Championship, 2nd of 24th

NameEdit

  • 1899–1923 Boscombe F.C.
  • 1923–1971 Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic F.C.
  • 1971–present A.F.C. Bournemouth

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 31 August 2017[1][2]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   Republic of Ireland Mark Travers
2 DF   England Ryan Fredericks
3 DF   England Jack Stephens (on loan from Southampton)
4 MF   England Lewis Cook
5 DF   England Lloyd Kelly (captain)
6 DF   Wales Chris Mepham (vice-captain)
7 MF   Wales David Brooks
8 MF   Colombia Jefferson Lerma
9 FW   England Dominic Solanke
10 MF   Scotland Ryan Christie
11 MF   Denmark Emiliano Marcondes
13 GK   Brazil Neto
14 MF   England Joe Rothwell
15 DF   England Adam Smith
No. Pos. Nation Player
16 MF   England Marcus Tavernier
17 DF   England Jack Stacey
18 FW   Jamaica Jamal Lowe
19 MF   England Junior Stanislas
20 FW   Scotland Siriki Dembélé
21 FW   Wales Kieffer Moore
22 MF   England Ben Pearson
23 DF   England James Hill
25 DF   Argentina Marcos Senesi
29 MF   Denmark Philip Billing
32 FW   England Jaidon Anthony
33 DF   Zimbabwe Jordan Zemura
40 GK   England Will Dennis

Out on loanEdit

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Pos. Nation Player
10 FW   Ivory Coast Max Gradel (on loan at Toulouse)
21 GK   England Ryan Allsop (on loan at Blackpool)
28 FW   England Lewis Grabban (on loan at Sunderland)
38 DF   England Baily Cargill (on loan at Fleetwood Town)
39 MF   England Ben Whitfield (on loan at Port Vale)
No. Pos. Nation Player
43 MF   England Matt Worthington (on loan at Yeovil Town)
44 FW   England Sam Surridge (on loan at Yeovil Town)
47 DF   England Jordan Lee (on loan at Torquay United)
53 FW   Republic of Ireland Joe Quigley (on loan at Newport County)

League positionEdit

Season League Position
2000/01 Second Division 7th
2001/02 Second Division 21st
2002/03 Third Division 4th
2003/04 Second Division 9th
2004/05 League One 8th
2005/06 League One 17th
2006/07 League One 19th
2007/08 League One 21st
2008/09 League Two 21st
2009/10 League Two 2nd
2010/11 League One 6th
2011/12 League One 11th
2012/13 League One 2nd

Former positionEdit

  • 1923/24: Third Division – 21st / South
  • 1924/25: Third Division – 20th / South
  • 1925/26: Third Division – 8th / South
  • 1926/27: Third Division – 7th / South
  • 1927/28: Third Division – 14th / South
  • 1928/29: Third Division – 9th / South
  • 1929/30: Third Division – 10th / South
  • 1930/31: Third Division – 10th / South
  • 1931/32: Third Division – 15th / South
  • 1932/33: Third Division – 18th / South
  • 1933/34: Third Division – 21st / South
  • 1934/35: Third Division – 17th / South
  • 1935/36: Third Division – 8th / South
  • 1936/37: Third Division – 6th / South
  • 1937/38: Third Division – 13th / South
  • 1938/39: Third Division – 15th / South
  • 1939/40: Third Division – - / South
  • 1946/47: Third Division – 7th / South
  • 1947/48: Third Division – 2nd / South
  • 1948/49: Third Division – 3rd / South
  • 1949/50: Third Division – 12th / South
  • 1950/51: Third Division – 9th / South
  • 1951/52: Third Division – 14th / South
  • 1952/53: Third Division – 9th / South
  • 1953/54: Third Division – 19th / South
  • 1954/55: Third Division – 17th / South
  • 1955/56: Third Division – 9th / South
  • 1956/57: Third Division – 5th / South
  • 1957/58: Third Division – 9th / South
  • 1958/59: Third Division – 12th
  • 1959/60: Third Division – 10th
  • 1960/61: Third Division – 19th
  • 1961/62: Third Division – 3rd
  • 1962/63: Third Division – 5th
  • 1963/64: Third Division – 4th
  • 1964/65: Third Division – 11th
  • 1965/66: Third Division – 18th
  • 1966/67: Third Division – 20th
  • 1967/68: Third Division – 12th
  • 1968/69: Third Division – 4th
  • 1969/70: Third Division – 21st
  • 1970/71: Fourth Division – 2nd
  • 1971/72: Third Division – 3rd
  • 1972/73: Third Division – 7th
  • 1973/74: Third Division – 11th
  • 1974/75: Third Division – 21st
  • 1975/76: Fourth Division – 6th
  • 1976/77: Fourth Division – 13th
  • 1977/78: Fourth Division – 17th
  • 1978/79: Fourth Division – 18th
  • 1979/80: Fourth Division – 11th
  • 1980/81: Fourth Division – 13th
  • 1981/82: Fourth Division – 4th
  • 1982/83: Third Division – 14th
  • 1983/84: Third Division – 17th
  • 1984/85: Third Division – 10th
  • 1985/86: Third Division – 15th
  • 1986/87: Third Division – Champions
  • 1987/88: Second Division – 17th
  • 1988/89: Second Division – 12th
  • 1989/90: Second Division – 22nd
  • 1990/91: Third Division – 9th
  • 1991/92: Third Division – 8th
  • 1992/93: Second Division] – 17th
  • 1993/94: Second Division – 17th
  • 1994/95: Second Division – 19th
  • 1995/96: Second Division – 14th
  • 1996/97: Second Division – 16th
  • 1997/98: Second Division – 9th
  • 1998/99: Second Division – 7th
  • 1999/2000: Second Division – 16th


Other websitesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. "First team". A.F.C. Bournemouth. Retrieved 24 July 2017.
  2. "AFCB - Squad numbers confirmed for 2017/18". A.F.C. Bournemouth. Retrieved 21 July 2017.