It was 26 years ago today that two future Aberdeen players starred in the World Cup semi-finals in front of a global television audience of billions.
Dean Campbell hopes he can build on his breakthrough season at Pittodrie when Scottish football returns next month.
Aberdeen striker Curtis Main is set to return to pre-season training this week following knee surgery.
Aberdeen cruiserweight Liam Allan is set to make his professional debut after shedding 40kg since turning to boxing.
Derek McInnes confident Venezuelan Ronald Hernandez can make big impact for Aberdeen in new campaign
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes today said Ronald Hernandez is ready to make an impact in the upcoming season.
Importance of fast Premiership start, with or without fans, will be ‘drummed into’ Aberdeen players – Derek McInnes
Boss Derek McInnes is confident Aberdeen will be fired up to face Rangers in the season opener, despite the absence of the Red Army.
Joe Harper says Sam Cosgrove’s loyalty to Aberdeen is to be admired and opens door to even more lucrative move
Aberdeen's greatest scorer Joe Harper today hailed Sam Cosgrove for knocking back a multi-million-pound move to France.
Aberdeen confident they will be able to offer fans pay-per-view live-streaming option for behind-closed-door matches
Aberdeen are confident they are moving closer to being able to offer fans a pay-per-view option for live streaming of behind-closed-door games.
Aberdeen trio return to pre-season training after injury as preparations ramp up for opener against Rangers
Aberdeen today received a triple fitness boost with Matty Kennedy, Sam Cosgrove and Niall McGinn all returning to full training.
Hosting Rangers in the Premiership opener at Pittodrie offers an opportunity for Aberdeen to lay down an early marker.
Willem van der Ark: I felt power of Aberdeen fans and they will be a big loss on return to Premiership action against Rangers
Former Aberdeen striker Willem van der Ark fears the absence of a roaring Red Army at Pittodrie will be a huge loss.
Aberdeen will today welcome back to training the unnamed player who tested positive for Covid-19 last week.
EXCLUSIVE: Aberdeen Covid-19 case may have been ‘false positive’ after two subsequent negative test results
Manager Derek McInnes was today hoping for a third straight negative Covid-19 test for the Aberdeen player who tested positive last week.
Undefeated Aberdeen bantamweight Kristen Fraser will target world title glory when boxing finally emerges from the Covid-19 shutdown.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hails unflappable Lewis Ferguson after speculation around Dons’ midfielder’s future
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes believes Lewis Ferguson was born to be a success and has praised the Dons midfielder for being unfazed by recent transfer speculation.
Dons winger Matty Kennedy is set to return to full training this week following minor surgery.
Boss Derek McInnes has urged Aberdeen to embrace the ‘excitement’ of one legged Euro ties after fears UEFA could scrap the qualifiers.
Defender Ash Taylor believes having a squad packed with European experience can help Aberdeen’s bid to reach the group stages.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has challenged Pittodrie’s rising young talent to force their way into his first team squad for the upcoming season.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks hopeful social distancing can allow fans back into Pittodrie this year
Aberdeen hope to have 7,500 fans inside Pittodrie as early as October if Covid-19 restrictions continue to ease.
New signing Jonny Hayes is keen to play down the sacrifice of deferring wages for a year to secure his Aberdeen return.
New signing Jonny Hayes is keen to play down the sacrifice of deferring wages for a year to secure a return to Aberdeen.
Club legend Willie Miller is confident an Aberdeen first team player testing positive for Covid-19 will not derail the Premiership return.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has confirmed Scott McKenna and Scott Wright are flying through their comeback to training.
Boss Derek McInnes has challenged his players to make their mark at Aberdeen with trophy success.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hopes Scottish football can continue to take positive steps towards a return to competitive action.
Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie will box for the first time since the Covid-19 lockdown when headlining a televised event in the city.
The boys are back in town – new signing Jonny Hayes is the third player that left Aberdeen in summer 2017 to return to the club.
Boss Derek McInnes is confident Jonny Hayes can be even better in his second spell at Aberdeen.