The SRU’s decision to declare the 2019-20 season null-and-void due to the Covid-19 outbreak has had a mixed reception from clubs in the Caledonia area.
An Aberdeen man made many social media users say “mamma mia!” this week when he shared his Italian football shirt collection.
Nigg Bay were today celebrating becoming one of the country’s first clubs to secure £25,000 of cash aid from the Scottish Government due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The European Junior Swimming Championships, which were set to be held at Aberdeen Sports Village Aquatics Centre in July, have been postponed.
Aberdeen Amateur Athletics Club’s paid club officer roles have been expanded in a bid to boost inclusivity.
Aberdeen's players are reportedly considering a plan to defer wages during the coronavirus shutdown.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Jim Bett thinks the football authorities have no option but to find a way to finish the season.
New Aberdeen Women co-manager Stuart Bathgate says the opportunity was one he “couldn’t turn down”.
Aberdeen’s head of youth academy coaching Gavin Levey thinks every youngster should be coming back from the coronavirus shutdown a better player.
A graphic designer is auctioning off a signed print of Gothenburg Great John Hewitt on social media to raise funds for Aberdeen's #StillStandingFree campaign.
The Baker Hughes Aberdeen 10km and festival of running, to have been organised by Aberdeen Sports Village on August 30, is the latest casualty of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Inverurie Locos manager Andy Low praised his players’ attitudes towards the coronavirus shutdown and said, for him, it was a “no-brainer” to agree to suspend the season.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has said wage cuts are not inevitable at the club during the coronavirus shutdown - after fans rallied round to support the Dons in their hour of need.
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Aberdeen swim star Toni Shaw says the postponement of September’s Paralympics in Japan is “definitely good news”.
Aberdeen Football Club have hit out after their insurer said they would refuse to pay out on business interruption cover during Scottish football's coronavirus shutdown.
Scotland manager Steve Clarke has written an open letter to supporters on the day the Dark Blues were supposed to meet Israel in the UEFA Nations League play-offs at Hampden.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has revealed the club are facing £5 million in outgoings during Scottish football's coronavirus shutdown with no expected income.
National squash champion Lisa Aitken thinks Banchory Sports Village can be a hub for Scotland’s squash aces in the build-up to the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Scottish Professional Football League chief executive Neil Doncaster thinks video assistant referee (VAR) technology could damage the national game’s “brand”.
The latest update from the SFA and SPFL joint response group revealed the Scottish game's shutdown due to coronavirus will not end before April 30.
Aberdeen captain Joe Lewis has shared a video encouraging Dons fans to "stick together" during the disruption caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Aberdeen Football Club have announced measures to support fans and the wider community during the coronavirus outbreak - including potentially opening up Pittodrie's Richard Donald Stand concourse as a Covid-19 testing facility.
Chairman Keith Moorhouse says it’s a case of keeping cool heads at Cove Rangers as Scottish football’s coronavirus shutdown goes on.
The Scottish FA and SPFL have announced measures to alleviate cash flow problems faced by clubs in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown.
Aberdeen's Ronald Hernandez has shown he isn't going potty or being driven round the u-bend with the lack of football due to coronavirus.
Sport Aberdeen are offering members of their gyms free access to online Les Mills fitness classes amid the coronavirus outbreak.
The Aberdeen Lynx face similar uncertainty to the rest of sport after all UK ice hockey was suspended.
Scottish FA chief executive Ian Maxwell admits it's "difficult to envisage" the coronavirus outbreak allowing Scotland to play their Nations League qualifier against Israel in June.
This summer's European Championships have been pushed back to summer 2021 because of the coronavirus outbreak.