Arbroath Victoria F.C.

Football club infobox
clubname = Arbroath Victoria F.C.


fullname = Arbroath Victoria Football Club
nickname =
founded = 1882
ground = Ogilvy Park
capacity = 4000
chairman =
manager =
league = SJFA East Region North Division
season = 2007-08
position = SJFA East Region North Division, 5th

Arbroath Victoria (commonly known as Arbroath Vics) are a Scottish junior football club based in Arbroath. They are one of the oldest junior clubs in Scotland, having been formed in 1882. The club gained their first honour in April of that year by beating a team called Sunrise 3-0 on the common. The club competes in the Scottish Junior Football Association East Region North Division and play their games at Ogilvy Park.

The Vics' local rivals are Arbroath SC.

Every year the Vics contest the Urquhart Cup with Arbroath FC, the senior team in town. Vics are the current holders having won it in August 2008


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