The Dons League Cup winners of 1976 are gathering in the Granite City tomorrow to help raise money for a good cause.
They are attending a lunch at the Chester Hotel, Queens Road, Aberdeen.
The players are also taking part in a question and answer session chaired by Dons fan and radio sports reporter Richard Gordon.
More than 240 tickets have been sold and all funds raised will go to the charity North-east Sensory Services (NESS), who are based in Aberdeen and also have offices in Dundee and Elgin.
Arthur Graham, Joe Harper, Willie Garner, Drew Jarvie, Dom Sullivan, John McMaster and Stuart Kennedy, Ian Fleming and George Campbell, who is flying in from Australia, are among the 1976 squad members who have confirmed they will be there on the day.
Graham said: “I’m really looking forward to meeting up with the lads again and chatting about our time together at Pittodrie.”
Gordon Reid, cartoonist for Dons fanzine The Red Final, has created a poster containing caricatures of the players.
Signed copies will be auctioned at the lunch for the chosen charity.
The 1976 squad will also be guests of honour at the Dons v Celtic Scottish Premiership clash at Pittodrie on Saturday.
They have been invited to go out on to the pitch to take a bow in front of the Red Army.
Graham said: “I’m really looking forward to that because I haven’t been to Pittodrie too much in recent years. I’m also excited by the prospect of seeing how they get on against Celtic.”