Welcome to Aberdeen FC Ladies, the women’s club associated with Aberdeen FC and who currently play in the Scottish Building Society SWPL 2. Based in Aberdeen, the Club currently have over 170 signed players and aims to develop women’s and girl’s football in the local area, set the highest sporting standards and compete at every level.
The club has signed an agreement with Aberdeen FC that will result in closer links between the Pittodrie club and their female counterparts and will see Aberdeen FC Ladies play in the Aberdeen FC football kit, allow a number of team meetings to be held within Pittodrie and assist in raising the teams profile through a variety of AFC communication channels. AFC Ladies will also progress their coach accreditation programme in conjunction with AFC.
CONFIRMED: Today's match away to Motherwell has been postponed, after the pitch at Braidhurst High School failed a pitch inspection. ... See MoreSee Less
There will be a pitch inspection at 9:30am to determine whether or not today's game at Motherwell can be played, amidst snowy, freezing conditions. ... See MoreSee Less
The Dons face a third away fixture in a row this weekend, as they travel to Braidhurst High School on Sunday to face Motherwell, a team who sit in 2nd on the SWPL2 table on goal difference having won two and lost one of their three league games this season so far. A win for Aberdeen would do them a lot of good, allowing them to return in touch with the higher reaches of the table, and increase their hopes of promotion by the end of the season.
Head coach Stefan Laird has already made it clear that this game will be a "war", a game which will be very physical, but he believes his players will be up to the challenge. Having not won since the opening game of the season, the Dons will undoubtedly be hungry to get some more points on the board, and will be looking to take their chances against a strong Motherwell side.
Kick-off at Braidhurst High School at 2:30pm on Sunday. COYR! ... See MoreSee Less
Does head coach Stefan Laird stayed out in horrendous weather to talk to RGU: TV about this weekend's trip to Motherwell, a game which he predicted would be a "war". Credit to Christie Breen from RGU: TV for the video footage! ... See MoreSee Less
This weekend sees the AFCL U13 Youth Team make a trip south to Grangemouth for the first round of the Scottish Youth Cup against Central Girls 13s Futures.
Best of luck girls! 🔴⚪️🔴 ... See MoreSee Less
League Cup: AFCL U13s Youth v Colony Park
Despite the rain, it was a great start to the the season with a 9-0 win to AFCL U13s Youth against against a determined and well organised Colony Park team. The girls put on a good performance and played well together but were made to work hard to secure the win.
The next round on Saturday 28th April sees the girls travel to Banff to play against Deveronvale. ... See MoreSee Less
The Dons have dropped to 6th on the SWPL2 table after losing 1-0 away to Kilmarnock yesterday. Comments from Head Coach Stefan Laird to come within the next couple of days. ... See MoreSee Less
Dons Head Coach Stefan Laird was, as ever, optimistic in his assessment of his side's preparations for Sunday's game away to Kilmarnock. Credit to Mark Mitchell of RGU:TV for the video footage, and for asking the questions in Andrew's absence! ... See MoreSee Less