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Watch back a momentous day in the club's history, with West Ham away from 2015/16 being streamed back as part of Cherries Repicked!

Marc Pugh is looking forward to taking a trip down memory lane when afcb.co.uk launches its Cherries Repicked series tonight.

Matt Ritchie believes AFC Bournemouth’s memorable promotion to the Premier League in 2014/15 was fuelled by a mix of “pure desire and hunger”.

AFC Bournemouth's eSports represntative Marc Marley was narrowly beaten by Planet Toast of Newcastle United in the club's latest FIFA 20 friendly.

Club legend Steve Fletcher looks back on his record-breaking playing career with the Cherries.

Patience paid off handsomely for Eunan O’Kane as the gifted midfielder played a starring role in AFC Bournemouth’s 2012/13 promotion campaign.

The Premier League today issued the following statement in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

AFC Bournemouth right-back Jack Stacey talks through his five big first impressions on life in the Premier League.

David Brooks reports from isolation of his physical condition as he returns to fitness after months out through injury.

Midfield general Mark Molesley admitted AFC Bournemouth’s 2009/10 promotion campaign had been a bitter-sweet personal experience. 

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