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Welcome to the Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust website. Here you can discover information about the Trust, our work and some of our achievements to date. As the site grows, we aim to give visitors the opportunity to view many of the artefacts and memorabilia held by the Trust via our Gallery pages.

We are developing a series of video interviews with past players, managers and fans, and we will tell the history of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club through a statistical database of DAFC`s players and matches.

We hope you enjoy following our progress and return to support us in our quest to preserve the heritage of Dunfermline Athletic FC. You can also keep up to date with the latest Heritage Trust news by liking our Facebook page.

Our main photo shows the motif and theme of the commemorations of the 20th anniversary (on 8 January 2016) of the untimely death of Pars captain and appearance record-holder Norrie McCathie. For information about the Trust`s "WE DID IT FOR NORRIE" exhibition (29 Dec 2015 - 16 Jan 2016), go to "THIS PAGE"

If you require any further information on the work of the Dunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust, please do not hesitate to contact us.



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The Story of East End Park - News

The Story of East End Park - NewsThe Heritage Trust has installed nine display boards telling "The Story of East End Park" in and around the foyer at the main entrance to EEP, and these can be seen in the CLUB HISTORY" section.

This is part of a wider project that involves a total of 42 information panels being installed around the stadium, including 15 ("Record Breakers" in the concourse of the Norrie McCathie Stand.

David Ferguson Hunter VC (1891-1965)

David Ferguson Hunter VC (1891-1965)On 16 September 1918 Corporal David Hunter and the six men of his HLI platoon began a desperate struggle for survival near the village of Moeuvres in Picardie, France. Exactly one hundred years later, on 16 September 2018, the Heritage Trust and DAFC, along with the people of Fife and of Moeuvres, came together at East End Park to commemorate the achievements of “The Seven Heroes of Moeuvres” which led to Corporal Hunter being awarded the Victoria Cross and the other members of his platoon the Distinguished Conduct Medal.

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Record Breakers

Record BreakersDunfermline Athletic Heritage Trust has installed fifteen large display panels in the concourse of the Norrie McCathie Stand. These illustrate notable record breakers from DAFC’s history, from the club’s first international player (Andy Wilson), through the youngest-ever first team player (Alex Edwards) to the most consecutive shut-outs by a goalkeeper (Ian Westwater & Sean Murdoch).

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