A Dons display group has thanked the volunteers that made the spectacle possible.
The Red Army Display is a group of volunteers who go to big Dons games to set up a pre-match display.
As with other major finals, the group wanted to do something special for yesterday’s game against Celtic at Hampden, which Aberdeen lost 1-0 thanks to a goal from former Don Ryan Christie.
The display spelled out “Beach End” using materials that were placed on seats in the Aberdeen end of the national stadium.
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Dons fans were asked to volunteer to set up the display on Saturday, the day before the match.
The set-up is believed to have taken up to four hours to carry out.
When the two teams came from the tunnel for the League Cup final, Dandies held aloft the materials to spell out the phrase, which is a reference to the famous former stand at Pittodrie.
A statement from the group said: “Thank you everyone who came to help out.
“It has been a monumental effort to get this done.”