Aberdeen Football Club have paid a touching tribute to one of their most loyal fans.
Season ticket holder Norman Goldie passed away last week at the age of 87 and now his favourite club have retired his regular seat in his honour.
In a message on their website, the club said: “The Red Army will remember and pay tribute to Norman at our final two home matches of the season and the club, as a mark of respect, will retire his seat in the Merkland Stand.
“As long as the Dons remain at Pittodrie, that seat will never be sold.”
Norman was a popular and well-known figure at both home and away games.
He could often be seen in full Dons gear, including his sandals with one red sock and one white.
His sister Jess Horne said: “That was what he lived for. That was his number one.”
Norman’s funeral has now been arranged for 11.45am on Friday at Aberdeen Crematorium’s West Chapel, with seating for 270 people.
The service will be open to the public but the hearse will also drive past Pittodrie to give fans the chance to say goodbye.