There will be no victory parade on Sunday if the Dons lift the Scottish Cup on Saturday.
The club confirmed the news in a statement on its website today.
“Following this week’s tragic events in Manchester, and after detailed discussion with Police Scotland, Aberdeen Football Club has confirmed that, in the event of an Aberdeen victory, there will be no victory parade in the city on Sunday,” a club spokesman said.
“Obviously with complete respect to Celtic Football Club, we would not wish to pre-judge the outcome of the Scottish Cup final in any way.
“However, it is crucial that supporters are fully aware of all organisational arrangements which may affect them.
“In the event of Aberdeen being fortunate enough to win the Scottish Cup, the club would like to confirm that there will be no open top bus parade on Sunday and, given the situation and the pressure on police and security resources, we know our supporters will fully understand these measures which have been taken.”