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Inverness C vs Ayr (16 Mar)

Head Coach

Mark Kerr

League Position
7

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Established
1910 (114 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Somerset Park
(10,185 Capacity)

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Ayr, South Ayrshire

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Competitions
Scottish Championship
Scottish FA Cup
Scottish League Cup

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Upcoming
16/03 Inverness C - Ayr
23/03 Ayr - Queens Park
29/03 Ayr - Airdrieonian
06/04 Raith Rvs - Ayr
09/04 Ayr - Morton

Results
02/03 Dunfermline 2 - 0 Ayr
27/02 Ayr 4 - 3 Partick
24/02 Ayr 1 - 2 Raith Rvs
17/02 Airdrieonian 2 - 3 Ayr
10/02 Rangers 2 - 0 Ayr

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Ayr United Football Club are a football club in Ayr, Scotland, who play in the Scottish Championship, the second tier of the Scottish Professional Football League. Formed in 1910 by the merger of Ayr Parkhouse and Ayr F.C., their nickname is The Honest Men, from a line in the Robert Burns poem "Tam o' Shanter". They play at Somerset Park.

The club is currently managed by Lee Bullen. The club have spent 34 seasons in Scotland's top division, the last being 1977–78, and have been the champions of the second tier of Scottish football on six occasions, and of the third tier on three occasions. The club's most successful manager, Ally MacLeod, went on to manage the Scottish national football team. In 2018, Ayr United secured promotion to the Scottish Championship as champions of League One.

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Stadium or Home

Somerset Park is a football stadium located in Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland. It has been the home of Ayr United since they were founded in 1910. Prior to that, it was the home ground of Ayr, who merged with Ayr Parkhouse to form Ayr United.

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