AFC Bournemouth wear red and black striped shirts manufactured by Fila and sponsored by Energy Consulting and they play in the Championship after being promoted from League One in the 2012-13 season. Coached by Eddie Howe the side finished second behind Doncaster Rovers which saw them get automatic promotion to the second tier of English football and their away kits are blue with a sky blue diagonal band across the chest whilst their third kit is white.
Bournemouth play their home games in red and black striped shirts with black shorts and socks. The shirt has led to the club's nickname of the Cherries. The Bournemouth kit has never featured in the top flight but has been pulled on by some well known names in the game such as: George Best who made a brief appearance in 1983, Luther Blissett in between his times at Watford and Jamie Redknapp who started his career at the club whilst his father was Manager.
JD Sports complete their Premier League club of AFC Bournemouth's kit collection for 2016/17 by revealing a new third shirt. After JD Sports revealed The Cherries stunning home and away shirts for the upcoming Premier League campaign, the alternative kit suppliers to the mega brands of Nike, adid [...]
Premier League high achievers Bournemouth unveil their 2016/17 away shirt for another year of Premier League football. After defeating the odds by surviving the dreaded Premier League drop last term, the 'Cherries' now look to go above and beyond expectations once again in the upcoming season wea [...]
The Cherries will flaunt a trademark as ever home shirt for 2016/17 of red and black stripes. After defying the odds by managing to elude the dreaded Premier League drop after being promoted the season prior, Bournemouth have now stamped their mark onto English football's elite and look forward t [...]
AFC Bournemouth were formed in 1899, the South Coast club play their home games in the 10,700 capacity Fitness First Stadium also known as Dean Court, in Kings Park, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset.
The clubs last major piece of silverware was in the 2002-03 season where they won the Football League Third Division play-offs.