Dons boss Derek McInnes believes being familiar with Hampden will help his players in their Scottish Cup semi-final with Celtic.
Aberdeen beat Rangers 2-0 on Tuesday at Ibrox to win their quarter-final replay and set up a last-four clash with the Hoops.
It will be the Reds’ third trip to Hampden this term.
In October they beat the Gers 1-0 at the national stadium in the League Cup semi-final.
The men from the Granite City returned to Hampden in early December but were edged out 1-0 by Celtic in the final of the League Cup.
Last term McInnes guided Aberdeen to the semi-final of the Scottish Cup, but they lost 3-0 to Motherwell.
In the 2016/17 campaign the Dons visited Mount Florida four times as they reached both cup finals.
Although there are a number of his squad who only joined the Reds this term, McInnes believes Hampden experience can help his side as they aim to reach the Scottish Cup final.
He said: “It’s not going to be an easy game at all. We’re just glad to be there – everyone was expecting an Old Firm semi-final, so sorry to disappoint everyone who tipped that.
“We’ve got closer to them in the big games. We’re used to Hampden now.
“We’ve had a couple of real disappointments there but we’ve had some good performances in semi-finals.
“The fact we’re going back there for the third time this season – I feel my players are used to the surroundings, regardless of the opponent.
“Celtic will be firm favourites but I’m just glad we’ve got the opportunity to get the club into another final.”
Aberdeen are back in action on Saturday when Livingston are the visitors to Pittodrie.
The Dons are third in the Premiership table, eight behind Rangers in second.
McInnes hopes their cup triumph can be the catalyst to secure European football for a sixth successive season.
As a result the Reds boss is hoping for another strong display against the Lions, who they have already beaten 3-2 and 2-1 this campaign.
He added: “We’ve got to knuckle down in the league. Our first objective is to secure European football as quickly as possible.
“Some years we’ve done it comfortably but this year we’ve got our work cut out.
“We’ll take the confidence from Tuesday but be ready for the league game against Livingston on Saturday.”