AFC Bournemouth


A.F.C Bournemouth is a professional football club that has been in existence since 1890. It is located in the south of England, and it plays in the Premier League.
The club was founded by a group of schoolboys from Bournemouth who played football on the beach. They have been nicknamed "The Cherries" because of their cherry red shirts, which they adopted in 1910 to celebrate the coronation of King George V.
In 2018, AFC Bournemouth was ranked as the 20th best team in Europe by UEFA's coefficient system - which ranks all European clubs based on their performance over five seasons.

AFC Bournemouth is a professional football club in England that competes in the Premier League. The club was founded in 1890 as Boscombe St. John's Institute F.C., before renaming to Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic F.C. a year later, then finally to AFC Bournemouth in 1972.
AFC Bournemouth has never won any major trophies and has only been promoted four times, most recently in the 2015-2016 season when they finished first place and won the Championship title, earning them promotion to the Premier League for the 2016-2017 season.

AFC Bournemouth is a professional football club in the Premier League, England. They are currently ranked 19th in the Premier League table with 18 points.
AFC Bournemouth was founded on 9 September 1890 as Boscombe St. John’s Institute F.C., before changing their name to A.F.C. Bournemouth in 1923; they became a professional club two years later in 1925 and won their only major trophy to date, the Football League Third Division title in 1950, before being relegated from the First Division for financial reasons at the end of that season and then again from what had become the Second Division at the end of 1962–63 season for similar reasons; they won promotion back to what was now called the First Division after finishing runners-up in 1968–69 and

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