Dons fans have been asked to help lay-out the spectacular display planned for the Scottish Cup final at Hampden.
The Red Army rallied to help pay for materials needed to create a spectacular tribute to manager Derek McInnes and his team when they walked out at the national stadium on May 27 to face Celtic.
The Dons also donated £1,500 to help their fans as they bid to match the unforgettable show of support when they painted Celtic Park red for their 2014 League Cup final victory over Inverness Caley Thistle.
But the organisers need another 50 fans to volunteers to go down to Hampden from 10am the day before to lay out the flags and banners the Dons fans will be waving at the final.
Transport will be provided for supporters travelling from the North East.
The bus will leave Aberdeen at 7am with stops in Portlethen, Stonehaven and Dundee. The bus will then return from Glasgow at 4pm.
Food will be provided on the day along with drinks and snacks for all volunteers.
All volunteers will also receive an exclusive pin badge and be entered into a draw to win a signed Arwyn Thomas AFC print.
If you are able to help e-mail to email@example.com