The management team at Aberdeen have called for the 20,000-strong Red Army to make their voices heard at Hampden.
Dons supporters quickly snapped up the club’s ticket allocation for tomorrow’s Betfred Cup final against Celtic.
Boss Derek McInnes and assistant Tony Docherty are confident their support will be vital in the bid for trophy glory.
McInnes said: “Our fans are vital, especially at key times in the game.
“To walk out at Hampden and see we are well represented is very important. Although there were only 11,000 at the semi-final, they were of vital importance to get us over the line.
“To see the response for the cup final tickets, going so quickly when they went on sale, reinforces how big a deal it is for everybody at the club. It is great for the players that they have that backing behind them.”
Pittodrie assistant Docherty, pictured, hopes to bring another trophy back to the Granite City to thank the fans for their support through the seasons he and McInnes have been at the club.
He said: “It is time to mobilise the Red Army and get down to the final in real strength.
“Let’s be strong as a red army and go down to Glasgow for a cup final and make sure we have our presence felt.
“I hope they realise how important a part they play, the fans.
“You cannot underplay just how important that supporters’ presence is when they get behind us.
“I cannot thank them enough and hopefully we can bring another trophy back for them.”