A brief glimpse into the past

Alloa Athletic vs FC Edinburgh | Highlights | 13 August 2022
Alloa Athletic vs FC Edinburgh | Highlights | 13 August 2022

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Manager Interview | Alloa Athletic | Post Match | 13 August 2022
Manager Interview | Alloa Athletic | Post Match | 13 August 2022

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Player Interview | Alloa Athletic | Post Match | 13 August 2022
Player Interview | Alloa Athletic | Post Match | 13 August 2022

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GOAL: Queen of the South 0-1 AIRDRIEONIANS

GOAL: Queen of the South 0-1 AIRDRIEONIANS



KICK-OFF: Queen of the South v Airdrieonians

KICK-OFF: Queen of the South v Airdrieonians



cinch League 1 action from Palmerston Park today as Airdrieonians visit Queen of the South. You can follow the match action here from 3:00pm.

cinch League 1 action from Palmerston Park today as Airdrieonians visit Queen of the South. You can follow the match action here from 3:00pm.



Team, Place & City Details

Alloa Athletic F.C.

Alloa Athletic Football Club is a Scottish association football semi-professional club based in the town of Alloa, Clackmannanshire. Founded as Clackmannan County in 1878, the club changed its name to Alloa a year later and to Alloa Athletic in 1883.

Airdrieonians F.C.

Airdrieonians Football Club are a Scottish professional football team in Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, who are members of the Scottish Professional Football League and play in Scottish League One. They were formed in 2002 as Airdrie United Football Club following the liquidation of the original Airdrieonians club, formed in 1878.

Airdrieonians F.C. (1878)

Airdrieonians Football Club, more commonly known as Airdrie, were a Scottish professional football team from the town of Airdrie, in the Monklands area of Lanarkshire. The club became defunct at the end of the Scottish Football League 2001–02 season, despite the team finishing as runners-up in the SFL First Division to Partick Thistle and therefore only narrowly missing out on promotion to the Scottish Premier League.

Alloa
Alloa

Alloa is a town in Clackmannanshire in the Central Lowlands of Scotland. It is on the north bank of the Forth at the spot where some say it ceases to be the River Forth and becomes the Firth of Forth.

Alloa Tower
Alloa Tower

Alloa Tower in Alloa, Clackmannanshire in central Scotland is the surviving part of the medieval residence of the Erskine family, later Earls of Mar.An architect who was involved in Alloa Tower was John Melvin.Dating from the 14th century, and retaining its original timber roof and battlements, the Tower is one of the earliest, and largest, of Scottish tower houses, with immensely thick walls. Several 19th century works, including Groome's Gazetteer, date the tower to the year 1223.The building has been extensively re-fenestrated during its history, but retains some internal medieval features.

Alloa railway station
Alloa railway station

This article refers to the former North British Railway station, and its Network Rail successor. For the former Alloa Railway station see Alloa railway station .Alloa railway station is a railway station in the town of Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, which was re-opened on Monday, 19 May 2008.

Alloa Railway

The Alloa Railway was authorised on 11 August 1879 to link the South Alloa Branch of the Scottish Central Railway to the Stirling and Dunfermline Railway.

Alloa Swing Bridge
Alloa Swing Bridge

The Alloa Swing Bridge was a railway swing bridge across the River Forth that connected Throsk and Alloa as part of the Alloa Railway. The structure was in use until 1968 and was demolished in 1971.

Alloa Academy
Alloa Academy

Alloa Academy is a six-year state-funded comprehensive school, serving the city of Alloa in Clackmannanshire, Scotland. Its roll has dropped to below 700 pupils.

Alloantigen recognition

Alloantigen recognition is the mechanism by which T cells may recognize alloantigens and lead to transplant rejection after an organ transplant. It is broadly divided into direct and indirect alloantigen recognition.

Alloactinosynnema

Actinorectispora is a genus from the family of Pseudonocardiaceae.

Alloactinosynnema album

Alloactinosynnema album is a Gram-positive and aerobic bacterium from the genus of Alloactinosynnema which has been isolated from soil from Xinjiang in China.