Nicknamed "Stanley" short version of their name Biggest Loss - 9-1 vs Lincoln City, 3rd March 1951, Division 3 North Biggest Win - 8-0 vs New Brighton, 17th March 1934, Division 3 North Most Appearances - Jim Armstrong 260 (League), 1927 - 1934 Record Scorer - George Stewart 136, 1954 - 1958 Dean Court Bournemouth Dorset BH7 7AF Telephone - 01202 726 300 Capacity - 12,000 Formed - 1899 Nickname(s) - The Cherries Club Colours - Red & Black Striped Shirts, Black Shorts, Red Socks Current League - Premier League Championship Winners - 2014-15 Division 3 Winners - 1986-87 Division 3 South Cup Winners - 1946 Football League Trophy Winners - 1984 AFC Bournemouth were formed as Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic.
It should not be confused with Bournemouth FC, who were formed earlier in 1875, but have never been members of the Football League.
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Division Two Until 1992 Changed to First Division Until 2004-5, then changed to Championship Division Three North And South Between 19 Division Three Until 1992 Changed to Second Division Until 2004-5, Then Changed to League One.
The club made their initial steps to professionalism in 1910, signing their first paid player from Southampton for B#10.
Following the publication of the Taylor Report, which recommended that all top-flight clubs play in all-seater stadiums, the club decided that it needed to move from its Plough Lane home in 1991.
Wimbledon began to ground-share with nearby Crystal Palace FC, an originally temporary arrangement that ended up lasting over ten years.
They were formed at a meeting at the town library in 1968 and having played in non-league football for 44 years, finally gave Accrington a Football League club again after winning the Conference National in 2006.
Ironically they replaced Oxford United FC, the team that replaced the older Accrington Stanley team in 1962.