Former captain Russell Anderson is among a number of ex-Dons pulling on their boots again to help good causes.
Pittodrie cult heroes Brian Irvine and Steve Tosh have also agreed to play against a team of Aberdeen fans to help raise funds for the victims of the floods last year in Inverurie and Ballater.
A portion of the funds raised will also go to the AFC Charitable Trust.
The game is the brainchild of the AFC Former Players Association, who hope to stage them on annual basis.
Dons fans will be asked to make a donation for the chance to play against their former heroes.
Aberdeen coaches Barry Robson and Paul Sheerin are among the others who will feature in a gala match at Inverurie’s Harlaw Park on Sunday, September 3, kick-off 2pm.
David Rowson, Mark Perry, Chris Clark and Darren Mackie are among the other former Dons who have already agreed to take part.
Russell said: “We are hoping the event will be well supported.”
Former Dons and Scotland boss Craig Brown and club record scorer Joe Harper have agreed to manage the two sides.
Aberdeen’s former shirt sponsors, APEX Tubulars, have also agreed to support the event.
Any Dons fans keen to play should contact Debra Christie at debra.christie@afc communitytrust.org or call 01224 650474.