AFC Bournemouth


1.4m fans
Ranked: 16th in Premier League

Boscombe St. John's Institute F.C. was founded in 1890 (probably) and became AFC Bournemouth in 1972. Having spent many years battling in the lower tiers of the game they rose to the Premiership in 2015. Nicknamed The Cherries, their home colours are red and black striped shirts, with black shorts and socks.

Highlights in their long history include a famous victory over Manchester United back in 1984 under the direction of a young Harry Redknapp and an 11-0 victory over Margate in 1971. More recently they turned around a difficult start to the 15-16 season with back-to-back wins against Chelsea and Manchester United and finished 16th

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1. Nathan Aké AFC Bournemouth 1.3m fans 685.6
2. Jermain Defoe AFC Bournemouth 1.5m fans 640.2
3. Asmir Begovic AFC Bournemouth 1.1m fans 631.4
4. Artur Boruc AFC Bournemouth 503.7k fans 516.6
5. Jordon Ibe AFC Bournemouth 321.1k fans 464.7
6. Lewis Cook AFC Bournemouth 84.8k fans 295.8
7. Joshua King AFC Bournemouth 64.7k fans 295.1
8. Tyrone Mings AFC Bournemouth 79.5k fans 287.0
9. Jefferson Lerma AFC Bournemouth 45.4k fans 286.3
10. Adam Smith AFC Bournemouth 63.2k fans 260.7
11. Steve Cook AFC Bournemouth 37.9k fans 210.2
12. Ryan Fraser AFC Bournemouth 27.7k fans 209.5
13. Callum Wilson AFC Bournemouth 35.5k fans 202.9
14. David Brooks AFC Bournemouth 28.9k fans 184.6
15. Marc Pugh AFC Bournemouth 27.4k fans 178.8
16. Charlie Daniels AFC Bournemouth 25.4k fans 172.2
17. Junior Stanislas AFC Bournemouth 23.2k fans 163.4
18. Diego Rico AFC Bournemouth 22.7k fans 160.5
19. Lys Mousset AFC Bournemouth 15.7k fans 136.4
20. Aaron Ramsdale AFC Bournemouth 12.0k fans 123.2
21. Simon Francis AFC Bournemouth 437 fans 42.1
22. Dan Gosling AFC Bournemouth 348 fans 39.1
23. Rhoys Wiggins AFC Bournemouth 32 fans 20.1
24. Andrew Surman AFC Bournemouth 20 fans 18.7

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Ryan Fraser earns Bournemouth a point in six-goal thriller with Watford

Bournemouth came back from 2-0 and 3-2 down against Watford to earn a 3-3 draw at the Vitality Stadium, with all the goals coming in a frantic first-half

Paul Pogba shines as Manchester United swat aside lacklustre Bournemouth

Paul Pogba scored twice, Marcus Rashford added a third and Romelu Lukaku completed a 4-1 rout marred only by Eric Bailly’s red card and Nathan Aké’s consolation

Manchester United 4-1 Bournemouth: Premier League – as it happened

Minute-by-minute report: Paul Pogba and Marcus Rashford were on fire as Manchester United continued their winning run under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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