Ayre United FC


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This article is about the football club from the Isle of Man. For the Scottish football club see Ayr United F.C..Ayre United A.F.C. are a football club based in the village of Andreas, Kirk Andreas, Ayre in the Isle of Man. They compete in the Isle of Man Football League Division Two. They wear tangerine and black strips and play home games at the Andres Playing Fields in Andreas village.HistoryThe club was formed on 10 April 1967, and applied to play in the Isle of Man Football League Division Two for the 1967–68 season. They finished their first season on just four points. However, within two season they had their first trophy when they won the Woods Cup and the Fred Faragher Cup. The club have been Division Two champions four times. They were first promoted in 1976–77. After being promoted in 1986–87 they stayed in Division One and achieved the clubs highest league placing in 1988–89 when they were Division One runners-up. In the 1995–96 season they finished as runners-up to the Police in Division Two and won both the Woods Cup and the Paul Henry Gold Cup. The clubs highest achievement came in the 2002–03 season when they won the Manx FA Cup at The Bowl stadium in Douglas, beating St Georges 2–1. In the 2004–05 season they finished third in Division One. They currently compete in the Premier League.


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