Campaigners against the new Dons stadium are set to gather to discuss their next move.
The No Kingsford Stadium group will meet at the Holiday Inn in Westhill tomorrow at 7pm to hear objections and concerns about the £50 million plans.
A big turnout is expected from objectors, whose concerns include damage to the landscape, parking and transport issues, noise and crowd trouble when supporters clash.
The group has more than 5,000 supporters who do not want the stadium complex to be built.
Linda Duncan said: “Having experienced the latest battles at the Rangers v Aberdeen football match and witnessed violence and bad behaviour, I fear for the future of Westhill if these fans were to invade a family town.
“I would fear for young children, mothers and older people trying to go about their business. Parking would also be an issue.”
Fellow resident Vicky Cameron said: “Traffic congestion and road safety are still of major concern to me.
“The allotted parking spaces planned are unrealistic.”