Few British football teams have made such an enduring impression on the international stage as the Aberdeen side which won the European Cup Winners' Cup on a rainy night in Gothenburg in 1983.
Aberdeen legend Joe Harper has revealed what it takes to give him a scare - five images of former Dons gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson staring back at him.
Dougie Bell’s poignant tale of how late wife Hazel thought he had scored Aberdeen’s 1984 Scottish Cup final winner
For Dougie Bell, reflecting on Aberdeen’s hat-trick of Scottish Cup successes in the 1980s stirs up happy memories during difficult times.
Neil Simpson: Gothenburg reunion was like being ‘back in dressing room’ with Fergie’s Aberdeen again
Gothenburg Great Neil Simpson says a celebration of Aberdeen’s greatest win 37 years on “was like being back in the dressing room again”.
Yesterday was what has become known for people connected with Aberdeen as Gothenburg Day.
This week marks 34 years since Aberdeen won the Scottish Cup for the sixth time.
40 years on: Aberdeen legend Drew Jarvie reveals Alex Ferguson’s apology in wake of 1980 Premier Division success
In the midst of Aberdeen’s 1980 title celebrations Drew Jarvie received an apology from manager Alex Ferguson.
Gothenburg Great Neil Simpson has vowed to produce exciting Dons talents with a winning mentality like Sir Alex Ferguson.
Manchester United were crowned Premiership champions on May 4, 2003 after nearest challengers Arsenal lost 3-2 at home to Leeds.
40 years on: ‘You’ve let us down again’ anger over League Cup miss drove Fergie’s Aberdeen to 1979/80 Premier title
Scrawled in spray paint across Pittodrie’s Main Stand the message that greeted Aberdeen after another cup final loss was stark and clear: “You’ve Let Us Down Again.”
Tomorrow marks 40 years since Alex Ferguson guided the Dons to Premier Division title glory.
40 years on: Miller says 1980 Premier Division title was spark for decade of Aberdeen success under Alex Ferguson and beyond
Dons legend Willie Miller is in no doubt that Aberdeen’s title success of 1980 was the catalyst for the glory-laden decade that followed.
A new documentary about Gary Rhodes will include never-before-seen footage from the series he was filming before his death at the age of 59 in Dubai.
Flashback: Cold snap of 1981/82 saw Ferguson’s Aberdeen take on Norwich and Benidorm in friendly tussles
Aberdeen head to Dubai this week for their warm weather training camp.
Aberdeen FC’s new campus will attract major events to the north-east and make the region a “sporting powerhouse”, according to the club’s chairman.
If Aberdeen need inspiration tonight on how to capitalise on a hard-fought away European draw in the return to progress, they can look back to 1981.
Rare football medals marking historic Dons wins are to go under the hammer.
Black: Aberdeen have got young talent pool like Ferguson’s side going into Scottish Cup semi with Celtic
Gothenburg Great Eric Black says you can “definitely” draw parallels between Aberdeen’s golden generation and the current crop of Dons youngsters.
Aberdeen new boy James Wilson says getting a history lesson about the club from manager Derek McInnes helped convince him to join.
Mike Phelan says Burnley and English football fans know all about Aberdeen because of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Sir Alex Ferguson is awake and talking days after undergoing emergency surgery.
Support from across the north-east has poured in for football legend Sir Alex Ferguson as he remains in intensive care following a brain haemorrhage at the weekend.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes today warned the best has yet to come after racking up a 100th league win quicker than legend Sir Alex Ferguson.
It's that time of year again. Little less travelling, no matches but a tsunami of questions about the transfer market - some of which I can answer, some of which I can't.
Gothenburg great Neale Cooper today applauded Derek McInnes for doing what only the great Sir Alex Ferguson ever did.
A new book telling the story of Aberdeen's former jail will be published later this month - with a foreword by Sir Alex Ferguson.
Sir Alex Ferguson once infamously described this stage of the season as "squeaky-bum time".
Sir Alex Ferguson and Willie Miller are two of the names which have been suggested for a statue outside Aberdeen FC's proposed new stadium.
They’ve had David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho in recent years, but no manager comes close to Sir Alex Ferguson in the hearts of Manchester United fans.
It was standing room only as Sir Alex Ferguson visited Aberdeen for a special Boys' Brigade event.