- Team Page 1909-1910
Black & Gold vertical striped top with Navy blue shorts (Note: The shorts in the colour photo used here for 1909-10, is brown and not navy blue.)
- The ("Black and Gold Brigade" later Nickname: The "Wasps")
The Lord Provost Sir John Fleming Charity Shield, was held between 1899 to 1929, Aberdeen won 12 times and Aberdeen 'A' won twice. Their was 18 Finals completed, 10 years with no competition between 1914-19, 1923-28 and 1 year 1899-00 was unfinished.
Sir John Fleming DL, Lord Provost
- Birth: 1847 • Liff, Forfarshire, Scotland
- Death: 25 Feb 1925 • Pretoria, South Africa
The Lord Provost Sir John Fleming Charity Shield.
He was Lord Provost of Aberdeen from 1898 to 1902 and MP for Aberdeen South from 1917 to 1918.Sir John Fleming, 1913.
This image is in the public domain in the United States because it was first published outside the United States prior to January 1, 1927.
Aberdeen F.C. 1909-10
Fleming Charity Shield Winners
PLAYERS & MANAGER
Arthur KingFootball Player, No 1 Goalkeeper
Birth: 06 Aug 1887 • Kintore, Aberdeenshire, Scotland - Death: 31 Jan 1967 • Woodend Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland
Robert Taylor "Bobby" HannahFootball Player, No 3 Right Back
Birth: 04 May 1887 • Aberdeen, Scotland - Death: 01 May 1947 • Chicargo, Cook, Illinois, USA
John "Jock" HumeFootball Player, No 3 Defender
Birth: 17 Aug 1886 • Newhaven, Midlothian, Scotland - Death: 23 Oct 1962 • Aberdeen, Scotland
William Stewart DavidsonFootball Player, No 4 Right Half
Birth: 01 Jun 1889 • Aberdeen, Scotland - Death: 26 Dec 1960 • East Ham, Essex, England
George WilsonFootball Player, No 4 Centre Forward
Birth: 07 Apr 1887 • Gower, Street, Brora, Sutherland, Scotland - Death: 10 Jan 1970 • Ben, Vraggie, Nairnshire, Scotland
George MacFarlanFootball Player, No 5 Centre Half
Birth: 27 Jan 1882 • Cambeltown, Argyll, Scotland - Death: 1958 • Gladesville, New South Wales, Australia
Captain: Herbert Murray M.C.Football Player, No 11 Outside Right
Birth: 11 Dec 1885 • Newhills, Aberdeenshire, Scotland - Death: 20 Jul 1918 • Marne, Aisne, France
James "Jimmy" SoyeFootball Player, No 7 Centre Forward
Birth: 14 Apr 1885 • 3 Longlands Road, Govan, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Death: 02 Oct 1974 • Lurgan, Armagh, Northern Ireland
William HayFootball Player, No 7 Outside Right
Birth: - Death:
John EdgarFootball Player, No 10 Inside Left
Birth: Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Death:
William LennieFootball Player, No 11 Outside Left
Birth: 26 Jan 1882 • Kelvin, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland - Death: 24 Aug 1954 • Old Machar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
James "Jimmy" Philip1st Team Manager, Director
Birth: 1862 • St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Scotland - Death: 12 Oct 1930 • 13 Erskine Street, Aberdeen, Scotland
Family Tree Official's, Player's and staff details: Ancestry.com
A.F.C Official's, Player's and staff details source: AFC Heritage - The Official Aberdeen Football Club Heritage Trust.
Team Photo: Aberdeen F.C. 1909-10 in colour - No copyright - attached.
Header Background: Aberdeen Football Club, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland, 2015 - Copyright © 2015 Graeme Watson.
Background photo: Football pitch grass, Aberdeen Football Club, Pittodrie Stadium, Aberdeen, Scotland, 2015 - Copyright © 2015 Graeme Watson.
Individual Team Member Photos - Various sources and status, see individual profile page for details.
Aberdeen F.C. - Family/DNA
An un-official compilation of the family tree of Aberdeen Football Club's official's, player's and staff from 1881 to present from one personal family tree.