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Luton vs Bournemouth will be an interesting match up. Both teams have a long and storied history, as Luton Town were formed in 1885 and Bournemouth were created in 1899 as Boscombe, before becoming AFC Bournemouth in 1971. The two teams have a large and passionate fan base, who always create an electric atmosphere on match day, so Luton vs Bournemouth is a game you won’t want to miss.

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Luton were promoted to the Premier League in 2023, and are keen to stay there. The club is nicknamed the Hatters, after the town’s association with the hat-making trade. Luton joined the Football League before the 1897-98 season and won their first major honour, the Football League Cup, in 1988. They have a long-standing rivalry with nearby club Watford.

Luton has seen many great players over the years, including Marvelous Nakamba, Mick Harford and Brian Stein.

Kenilworth Road

Luton Town play their home games at Kenilworth Road, which has a capacity of 11,500, and is one of the smallest grounds in the Premier League. Luton have played at Kenilworth Road since 1905, and the stadium is known for its unique entrance to the Oak Road End. After Luton's promotion, Kenilworth Road held its first Premier League game, which was against West Ham United in September 2023.


Bournemouth were promoted to the Premier League for the 2022-23 season. The club are based in Kings Park in Boscombe, and are nicknamed The Cherries. The club have produced many legendary players over the years, all of whom are seen as heroes to the fans.

Noteworthy players include Charlie Daniels, James Hayter and Matty Holmes. Ron Eyre holds the record for goals scored, which took place between 1924 and 1933.

Dean Court

Dean Court, also known as the Vitality Stadium, is where Bournemouth call home. Bournemouth have played at Dean Court since 1910, and it has a capacity of 11,307, making it another one of the smallest in the Premier League. Dean Court always promises a great atmosphere on match day and the Luton vs Bournemouth game will be no exception.