A plaque to commemorate the first meeting of the Aberdeen Association Football Club has been installed in the city.
The AFC Heritage Trust unveiled the plate, pictured, at the site of 11 Correction Wynd to mark the occasion yesterday.
The first meeting was held at the Albert Hotel on October 8 1881 at 4pm to form a club – which later became AFC alongside Victoria United and Orion.
Chris Gavin, secretary of the AFC Heritage Trust, said: “It’s something I’ve been working on to show all the grounds where the team played. It’s a small contribution towards tourism, we might come up with more.
“We just want to make sure people know about our club and we’re trying to work towards being the best-documented team.”
Alongside the plaque, a heritage trail has also been launched to allow people to identify sites around Aberdeen with a historical significance to Aberdeen Football Club.
To view more information on the trail, visit afcheritage.org/heritagetrail