Dons fans have been decking out the city in red and white to give their heroes the perfect send-off to Hampden.
Aberdeen face Celtic in the Scottish League Cup final at the national stadium on Sunday and 20,000 Dons supporters are set to descend on Glasgow to cheer on their side.
To gear up for the grand occasion, people from across the north-east were today backing the Dandies by donning team colours for red and white day.
Creative artists took the lead and gave people arriving in the city centre today a nice surprise.
The former Robert Gordon University student union building on Schoolhill has been covered in graphics showing Aberdeen players from through the years in action.
Similar graphics sprung up on the Pittodrie turnstiles, whetting the city’s appetite for the crunch fixture which could give the Dons their first silverware since they lifted the same trophy in 2014.
Youngsters are also getting in on the act, with pupils and staff from schools including Milltimber School, Loirston Primary and Kaimhill Primary wearing red and white today.
Meanwhile, Walker Road hosted a celebration earlier this week and young players from West End FC came decked out in their finest red and white attire – including a Come on You Reds sign – to their latest training session last night.
Players from Middlefield Wasps also got behind the campaign at their latest training evening – and the children got a chance to lift the cup itself as it toured the city yesterday.
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The red and white campaign was also backed by Aberdeen FC Community Trust’s dementia-friendly walking football and health group, whose members showed off their flags, scarves and kits at a meeting yesterday.