Scottish football legends turned out to celebrate the opening of Aberdeen's new Cruyff Court Neale Cooper.
Aberdeen Football Club
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today confirmed he has no cash to bolster his injury-ravaged squad.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has challenged his attackers to retain their aggression and bravery in possession when facing St Johnstone today.
Former Dons striker Stevie May admits there is added pressure on him to score on his quick-fire return to Pittodrie with new club St Johnstone.
Boss Derek McInnes insists Aberdeen fans will finally see the real Craig Bryson now the midfielder has regained full match fitness after injury.
Mikey Devlin believes his familiarity with Stevie May can help shut out St Johnstone.
New Dons signing Craig Bryson aims to forge a dynamic midfield partnership with teenage star Lewis Ferguson.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes today warned new signing James Wilson he will have to get his hands dirty in the bid to resurrect his career.
Dons boss Derek McInnes confirmed some players will need to leave Pittodrie this summer if they are to get regular football.
Pupils from an Aberdeen school will pay their respects to fallen Dons players with a special wreath from the club.
Two Dons super fans are gearing up to visit 32 football grounds in 32 hours so people can learn the history of their favourite team.
Plans have been lodged to build a communications tower near a football ground.
Football fans are being reminded to control their alcohol intake ahead of this weekend's Dons match.
Aberdeen Football Club has been hailed as the best in Scotland for showcasing the social benefits of the game by a leading sports figure.
Dons ace Dom Ball believes they can get even better during the second half of the season.
More than 120 children were treated to a Christmas party as part of an initiative to prevent holiday hunger.
Aberdeen has turned red and white ahead of tomorrow’s cup final clash – and one of the world’s most famous faces has revealed himself as a Dons fan.
Forget Christmas, and don’t even think about those decorations – the biggest thing on everyone’s mind next week should be the Betfred Cup final.
The latest edition of the hugely popular football game FIFA 19 has hit the shops – but the bizarre appearance of some Aberdeen Football Club players has raised eyebrows with the real-life team’s captain.
The Dons said the naming of The Bobby Clark Football Academy will allow the club to recognise his achievements and contribution to the team and football in both Scotland and the USA over the years.
A new health initiative – which is the first of its kind in the UK – has been launched by Aberdeen Football Club.
A new partnership aimed at giving north-east pupils a unique learning experience has been launched.
Winger Niall McGinn is determined to draw first blood at Turf Moor to pile the pressure on Euro rookies Burnley.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today praised “20 grand” striker Sam Cosgrove for causing Burnley’s international defenders problems.
The designs were found by the Aberdeen University Special Collections department when cataloguing the MacDonald maps and plans collection, which dates to the late 1800s.
Aberdeen players have been urged to use the Battle of Britain with Burnley as a “carrot” to get them through tough training sessions in searing heat in Ireland.
New Pittodrie signing Stephen Gleeson is not intimidated by facing a Burnley side who finished in the Euro spots in one of the world’s strongest leagues.
A big-hearted football club has partnered with a charity helping homeless and vulnerable people.
Around 4,500 Aberdeen Football Club fans turned out to celebrate the life of Neale Cooper.
A host of former Dons will be taking part in a charity game tomorrow to raise money for Cash for Kids.