AFC Bournemouth is a football club that competes in the Premier League, the top-level English Football league system based in Kings Park Boscombe, England.
AFC Bournemouth was formed in 1899 under the name “Boscombe” and was renamed AFC Bournemouth in 1971. The club remained in the third tier of the football league after getting elected in 1923. The Bournemouth club went through the second, third, and fourth tiers over time until 2009, when they managed to win three promotions in six years under the management of, Edward John Frank Howe, a former football player. The club achieved a place in the first tier of the English Football League system for the first time. After five years, the AFC Bournemouth club was demoted in 2020 but returned as runner-ups in the 2022 championship.
The club contains 40 players as of now, and Bill Foley, an American-based businessman, is the chairman of the club, and Garry O’Neil is the head coach.
The AFC Bournemouth club is nicknamed “Cherries,” and they play their home matches at Dean Court, a football stadium located in Boscombe, Bournemouth, England.
Dean Court stadium was opened in 1910 and has a seating capacity of approximately 11,000 people.