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September 2007; A racial incident happened at Gretna. [18] May 2007; Police tried (and failed) to keep around 50-plus in Excelsior Stadium (New Broomfield) at the end of a home game versus Dundee — the police were rushed and the scene was captured on camera. [19] January 2007; There was a major clash with Motherwell's Saturday Service (SS) in Airdrie town centre. [20] March 2006; Whilst trying to engage with St Johnstone's Fair City Firm (FCF), two Airdrie fans were arrested outside McDiarmid Park. Section B were formed as a direct response to this threat, and were originally made up of an amalgamation of smaller groups of gangs from around the town. This diverse mixture combined punks, mods and others. Contrary to popular belief, Section B were not named after the area of terracing where they mainly stood, but in tribute to a local punk band[2] by the same name who were active at the time. In the last few years[when? ] Section B have attended the more important and significant games (and clashes with rivals where the football clubs are not meeting) where numbers can still attain 50-80 plus, and on occasion as high as 100 or more. [16][17] November 2008; Two Airdrie fans were charged with vandalising McDiarmid Park stadium in Perth at the Challenge Cup Final game against Ross County. May 2008; At the end of a home league game with Morton there was a fight on the pitch with the Morton Soccer Crew (MSC). March 2008; Running battles occurred with Hamilton's Accies Casual Force (ACF) near New Douglas Park. 2007; A number travelled to Glasgow when the Airdrie game was postponed due to snow, and engaged in a pre-arranged fight with Rangers ICF in the Gorbals. Airdrieonians FC - Ayr United Live - Scottish Championship Follow the Scottish Championship live Football match between Airdrieonians and Ayr United with TNT Sports. The match starts at 15:00 on 17 February 2024. Catch ... Activity[edit] Along with clashes with Celtic Soccer Crew, Aberdeen Soccer Casuals and several other hooligan groups, Section B have been involved in many incidents throughout the years: May 2023: During a pitch invasion at the end of a Championship play-off final against Hamilton Academical at New Douglas Park, police stopped Section B from confronting fans of the home support. Brief footage of this was captured on BBC Alba and online (YouTube:- Matt the Ground Hopper). May 2023: Prior to a Championship play-off semi-final police had to keep Section B and Falkirk Fear apart with skirmishes between the two groups taking place en route to the Falkirk Stadium. Footage appears online (YouTube). Glasgow Rangers Reserve vs Airdrie United 07.11.2023 – 7 Nov 2023 — Ayr United – Football Team Ayr United. Airdrie In 25 d. Live stream of the match Glasgow Rangers Reserve vs Airdrie United from 07.11.2023. PTFC TV – Partick Thistle FC: Live Stream Shop Partick Thistle FC: Live Stream Shop. Shop · My account/Login. Upcoming Matches. On Demand Matches. Partick Thistle FC v Airdrieonians FC – 2nd December 2023. Kirk services online Central · Airdrie: ; East · Aberdour: St Fillan's, services available on ; West · Ardrossan, North Ayrshire: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Parish Church ... Ayr United vs Airdrieon. Live Stream & Results 16/12/2023 Football Live Stream & Results 16 December 2023 15:00. Watch Online Ayr United - Airdrieonians FC 16-12-2023. soccer liveTranslation. Watch. Section B - WikipediaFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Section BFounding locationAirdrie, ScotlandYears active1977-present Section B are a group of football supporters who follow Airdrieonians F. C., and before the current club's formation in 2002, followed the original Airdrieonians. The group, formed in 1977, have been well known throughout Scottish football for their boisterous, vociferous and often violent behaviour for nearly 50 years. Section B have featured in several publications over the years, including The Idler Book of Crap Towns II (2004), Hooligans[1] (September 2005 and updated September 2007), Front Magazine (February 2006), Lifted Over The Turnstiles (DC Thomson, 2018) and The Scottish Sun (March 2022). August 2013; Police held back and escorted a number following a match with Rangers in Airdrie. April 2013; A policeman was seriously assaulted and nine fans were arrested as a total of 60 Section B and Ayr Utd's Ayr Service Crew (ASC) battled near Coatbridge town centre. [10] Following this incident, police made 20 further arrests in Ayrshire in June 2013. A year later, Airdrie fan Stephen McInnes had been charged and fined £4000 and banned from attending football grounds for three years. [4] November 2015; Police intervened after scuffles broke out between security/stewards and 10-15 at Ayr Utd's Somerset Park during a league game. [5] April 2015; Some Airdrie fans invaded Forfar Athletic's pitch, Station Park, at the end of a league game to confront goalkeeper, Rab Douglas. [6][7][8] As a result of this, Ian Bear (who had received a previous banning order) and Ryan Lawrence (son of former Airdrie player Alan Lawrence) both received a 3-month jail sentence and a 5-year banning order in August 2016. [9] January 2014; About 20-25 were prevented by police from leaving the outside of New Broomfield and escorted to Airdrie town centre after a league match with Rangers. [11] This resulted in an Airdrie fan being jailed for 3 years. [12] May 2012; Some Section B came on to the field and challenged the celebrating Dumbarton fans at the end of the play-off final in Airdrie. They were escorted off the park by stewards. March 2012; Wall and pitch graffiti appeared at Albion Rovers Cliftonhill stadium prior to a match. Airdrie FC Play online before 12:00pm for your chance to win: Colin Next Match: Ayr United vs Airdrieonians. Saturday December 16, 3:00pm at ...


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