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Full name: Athletic Football Club Bournemouth

Nicknames: The Cherries, Boscombe

Founded: 1899 (as Boscombe FC)

Owners: Turquoise Bidco Limited

Stadium (capacity): Vitality Stadium (11,307)

Most appearances: Steve Fletcher (726)

Most league appearances: Steve Fletcher (628)

Most goals: Ron Eyre (229)

Most league goals: Ron Eyre (202)

Youngest league player: Jimmy White (15 years 321 days vs. Brentford, April 30 1958)

Biggest win: 11-0 vs. Margate (FA Cup, November 20 1971)

Biggest league win: 8-0 vs. Birmingham City (Championship, October 25 2014)

Biggest defeat: 9-0 vs. Lincoln City (Division Three, December 18 1982), 0-9 vs. Liverpool (Premier League, August 27 2022)

Highest transfer fee paid: £25m - Jefferson Lerma from Levante (August 7, 2018) and Alex Scott from Bristol City (August 10 2023)

Highest transfer fee received: £41m - Nathan Ake to Manchester City (August 5, 2020)



Honours

Second Division/Championship (1): 2014–15

Third Division/League One (1): 1986–87

League Cup (1): 1984

Football League Third Division South Cup (1): 1946 body check tags ::

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