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Airdrieonians livescore results Football online, Soccer Online, Score live, Soccer results, Live football scores, Latest football scores. You must be 18 years old or over to use this site ... Airdrieonians FC Next Match: Airdrieonians vs Ayr United. Saturday October 7, 3:00pm at Excelsior Video Player is loading. Loaded: 0%. Play Back to start. Stream Type LIVE. Play-off success (2022-)[edit] With Rhys McCabe subsequently appointed as player manager, Airdrie finished the 2022–23 season in 3rd place, defeating Falkirk 7–2 on aggregate in the play-off semi-final and Hamilton Academical 6–5 on penalties after extra time in the Championship play-off final at New Douglas Park in May 2023, therefore relegating Hamilton to League One and earning Airdrie a place in the Scottish Championship. At the beginning of the 2023–24 season, McCabe guided the side to a clean sweep of their group in the Scottish League Cup, gaining 12 points, including defeating top-flight Dundee 1–0 with McCabe himself scoring an 89th minute winner from the spot. After the group stage, Airdrie were drawn against Premiership side Ross County at home. After a hard-fought 3–3 draw during 90 minutes, coming back from 3–1 down, they eventually lost 4–3 after extra time. Airdrieonians FC (@AirdrieoniansFC) / Next Match: Airdrieonians vs Ayr United. Saturday October 7, 3:00pm at Play online before 12:00pm on Wednesday for your chance to win: https://buff.ly ... Arbroath vs Ayr United – UK Audio Commentary and Saturday 16th September 2023 – Arbroath v Airdrieonians – 3pm You will use the same login name (your email address) and password as your previous live stream ... [12] Early years:– league title & new manager (2002–2006)[edit] Managed by Sandy Stewart, Airdrie United's first match took place at New Broomfield[13] against Forfar Athletic in August 2002, with captain Stephen Docherty scoring the only goal of the game with Airdrie United winning 1–0. [14] Their debut season saw the club only narrowly fail to achieve promotion by one point[15] due to a late injury-time goal from Brechin City[16] which saw them promoted instead. [15] The club reached the second round of the Challenge Cup, [17] the third round of the Scottish Cup[17] and the third round of the Scottish League Cup[18] having beaten Premier League side Kilmarnock in the second round. [32] Again Airdrie were given a reprieve as the continued uncertainty over the future of Livingston meant that the West Lothian club were relegated to the Third division, so Airdrie were reinstated to the First Division as losing play-off finalists. [33] In the 2009–10 season as relegation play-off semi-finalists (losing 3–1 on aggregate to Brechin City). [34] Unlike the previous two seasons there was no reprieve. [35] The club won the Challenge Cup in 2008, defeating Ross County 3–2 on penalties after a 2–2 draw, [36] and despite another play-off defeat by 6–2 on aggregate to Dumbarton in the promotion play-off final at the end of 2011–12 season[37] Airdrie were lucky again as the liquidation of the company that operated Scottish Premier League side Rangers[38] and the decision by Scottish Football League clubs that Rangers should play in the Scottish Third Division, [39] meant that an additional team from each tier of Scottish football was promoted for the 2012–13 season. [40] As Airdrie were runners up in the previous season's Second Division promotion play-offs, they were promoted to the Scottish First Division. Crest[edit] The club badge of AFC, used for 26 years by the old club and three by the revival, was declared illegal in 2015. When Airdrie United were formed, they used a blue double-headed eagle device on a white shield for their badge, with a red scroll below the shield that read "Airdrie United F. They were formed in 2002 as Airdrie United Football Club following the liquidation of the original Airdrieonians club, formed in 1878. The club's official name was changed in 2013 with the approval of the Scottish Football Association to the traditional name of Airdrieonians. As with the previous club, this is often colloquially shortened to simply "Airdrie". The club have won two trophies in their short history – the Scottish Second Division in 2003–04 and the Challenge Cup in 2008–09. Once described as "the luckiest team in the Scottish League", [2] the club have benefited in league division placements due to other club's misfortunes on three occasions (2008, 2009 and 2012). [19] During the rest of Stewart's tenure the club reached the final of the Challenge Cup in 2003 (losing 2–0 to Inverness Caledonian Thistle), [20] and won the Second Division title in 2003–04 season. [21] Having started poorly Airdrie went on a run that saw them unbeaten in the last 18 games of that season, [22][23] including the final game of the league campaign which saw a crowd of over 5, 700 at New Broomfield to watch Airdrie defeat Morton 2–0 and lift the League Championship trophy, [24] the club having been confirmed champions the previous week following their 1–0 victory away to Alloa Athletic at Recreation Park. [22] In November 2006, Stewart was sacked[25] and replaced by former Airdrieonians player and Airdrie United coach Kenny Black, his first management post. Ayr United vs Airdrieonians: Live Score, Stream and H2H results Match Ayr United vs Airdrieonians in the Scotland. Championship (12/16/2023): Live score, stream, statistics match & H2H results on Tribuna.com. Excelsior Stadium has an all-seated capacity of 10, 101. [1] At the end of the 2009–10 season a new 3G artificial surface was installed. [49] This was replaced at the end of the 2021–22 season. The main pitch and adjoining small-sided facilities are all made available for local community use. [50] In 2003 a ground share was proposed with Falkirk as their ground did not meet SPL requirements;[51] this was later refused as Falkirk could not prove the SPL fixtures would have priority. [52] Queen of the South played their Uefa Cup tie in 2008[53] at the stadium, as did Motherwell in 2009. [54] Queen's Park utilised the stadium for their "home" games from December 2013 until May 2014, due to the redevelopment of Hampden Park for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. [55][56] Colours and crest[edit] Colours[edit] Airdrie United inherited Airdrieonians' distinctive playing colours of a white shirt with a red diamond. The design was the basis of Airdrieonians' nickname, The Diamonds, which has also been adopted by Airdrie. [42] The Airdrieonians all red club crest was also revived, [43][44] with an alternate black and red version used for the away kits. [45] New ownership at the club (2015–2018)[edit] In June 2015 Jim Ballantyne sold control of the club to Tom Wotherspoon, a Lanarkshire businessman and owner of M & H Logistics (who had previously sponsored Hamilton Academical, East Fife and BSC Glasgow). Wotherspoon became chairman and Ballantyne vice-chairman, appointing former Scottish Sun newspaper Head of Sport Iain King as Chief Executive (King left the club in June 2016). [46] Despite retaining his majority shareholding Tom Wotherspoon resigned as chairman and director of Airdrieonians on 5 June 2017, with former chairman Jim Ballantyne taking Wotherspoon's place as chairman. Airdrieonians vs Ayr United live score, H2H and lineups Airdrieonians Ayr United live score (and video online live stream) starts on 7 Oct 2023 at 14:00 UTC time in Championship, Scotland.


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