Arbroath

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Arbroath
Full name
Arbroath Football Club
First Season
1878-79
Ground
Gayfield Park (1880-present)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives



Arbroath Football Club is a Scottish football club based in the town of Arbroath, Angus. The club was founded in 1878 and plays home matches at Gayfield Park. They play in maroon strips and are nicknamed "The Red Lichties" due to the red light that used to guide fishing boats back from the North Sea to the Burgh's harbor. The Red Lichties share a long-standing and fierce rivalry with local neighbors Montrose, as well as with fellow local sides Forfar Athletic and Brechin City.

Programs

1970s 1974-75
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Clubs of the Scottish football league system (2022-23)
Scottish Premiership Aberdeen • Celtic • Dundee • Dundee United • Heart of Midlothian • Hibernian • Livingston • Motherwell • Rangers • Ross County • St. Johnstone • St Mirren
Scottish Championship Arbroath • Ayr United • Dunfermline Athletic • Greenock Morton • Hamilton Academical • Inverness Caledonian Thistle • Kilmarnock • Partick Thistle • Queen of the South • Raith Rovers
Scottish League One Airdrieonians • Alloa Athletic • Clyde • Cove Rangers • Dumbarton • East Fife • Falkirk • Montrose • Peterhead • Queen's Park
Scottish League Two Albion Rovers • Annan Athletic • Cowdenbeath • Edinburgh City • Elgin City • Forfar Athletic • Kelty Hearts • Stenhousemuir • Stirling Albion • Stranraer
Defunct Airdrieonians (1878)
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