Time Line of Events
Aberdeen City Football Club a Scottish Women's football team formed.
Aberdeen University Football Club a Scottish Women's football team formed.
East End Football Club a Scottish Girls's football team formed.
Aberdeen Football Club a Scottish Ladies & Girls football team formed.
Jan 2011, Aberdeen based clubs Aberdeen City, Aberdeen University Women's Football Club, East End Girls F.C. and Aberdeen Ladies & Girls F.C. merged to form Aberdeen Football Club Ladies Football Club a Scottish football team.
2011, Aberdeen Football Club Ladies played their first competitive game
On the 29 Nov 2018, Aberdeen Football Club Women formalised its relationship with Aberdeen Ladies F.C., and began the process of integration with the club.
On the 10 Feb 2019, Aberdeen Football Club Women played their first competitive game, Aberdeen 5 v 1 Inverness CT
- Birth: 01 Jan 1894 • Old Meldrum, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
- Death: 21 Nov 1979 • Aberdeen City, Scotland
Referee - aka "Fearless Aberdonian”
The famous football referee took up officiating at games after breaking both his legs as a player in 1918, on the advice of Aberdeen FC Manager Jimmy Philip. Craigmyle took charge of just about every senior cup final in British football at one point and became a renowned referee during his career.
In 1921 Aberdeen played Morton and was picked to Referee, due to a Train strike the actual referee for the game couldn't make it.
The original Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Woolmanhill Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland
- Birth: 04 May 1790 • 15 Guestrow, Aberdeen, Scotland
- Death: 23 Mar 1847 • 1 East Craibstone Street, Aberdeen, Scotland
The original Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Woolmanhill Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland a complex which opened in 1749. The facility, was rebuilt to a design by Aberdeen architect, Archibald Simpson, in the neo-classical style, between 1833 and 1840 at the cost of £17,000.
- Birth: 16 Sep 1817 • Aberdeen City, Scotland
- Death: 22 Dec 1891 • King Street, Aberdeen City, Scotland
Woolmanhill Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland, In 1887, new buildings, by Aberdeen architect, William Smith, designed by W. & J. Smith & Kelly were constructed to the north of the site.
George Thow Smith
- Birth: 25 Jul 1874 • Old Machar Aberdeen Burgh, Aberdeen, Scotland
- Death: Deceased
Woolmanhill Hospital, Aberdeen, Scotland, In 1891, new ward block, by Aberdeen architect, George Thow Smith, as apprentice to W. & J. Smith & Kelly.
A.F.C Official's, Player's, match and staff details source: AFC Heritage - The Official Aberdeen Football Club Heritage Trust.
Header Background: Aberdeen Royal Infirmary 1749-1936, Aberdeen, Scotland, Wellcome Library, London, Creative Commons Attribution Licence CC By 4.0.
Insert Photo: Aberdeen Ladies Daily Record 07 Sep 1921 - No copyright - attached.
Insert Photo: Aberdeen Football Club, Pittodrie Stadium, The King Street End Stand (Merkland Road Family Stand), Aberdeen, Scotland, 2015 B&W - Copyright © 2015 Graeme Watson
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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.