Bournemouth Football Club
Nickname: The Cherries.
AFC Bournemouth was founded in 1890, as Boscombe St. John's
Institute FC but dissolved in 1899 and reformed in 1899 as Boscombe FC.
In the 2014-15 season, Bournemouth won the Football League
Championship title; earning promotion to the Premier League, for the first time in their
Bournemouth Football Club.
Visiting AFC Bournemouth's
Goldsands Stadium at Dean Court.
If you're driving, follow the A338 towards Bournemouth and the ground
is situated on the left. Football traffic is signposted to Kings Park.
The nearest train station is Pokesdown (from London Waterloo),
although most trains arrive at Bournemouth Central.
Yellow Buses pass the
Bournemouth and Pokesdown train stations.
More Bus Wilts &
Dorset provides bus routes from Lymington, Salisbury, Poole and Boscombe to within walking
distance of the stadium.
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Winning the Football League Championship in the 2014-2015 season
earned Bournemouth the right to compete with the big boys in the Premier League.
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