Despite the recent home hurt Greg Stewart is confident Aberdeen can send Rangers crashing out of a cup for the second time this season.
Striker Sam Cosgrove witnessed first hand last month just how much reaching a cup final means to the Aberdeen fans.
Skipper Graeme Shinnie insists he would have bitten your hand off six weeks ago for a top-of-the-table showdown with Celtic.
Shameful and embarrassing: Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes slams racist abuse directed at Celtic’s Sinclair
Boss Derek McInnes today blasted the racist abuse directed at Scott Sinclair by a Dons supporter as “shameful” and “embarrassing”.
Connor McLennan says he "couldn't wait" to sign a new contract with Aberdeen.
Mackay-Steven breaks silence to thank medical staff for treatment after horror Betfred Cup final injury
Gary Mackay-Steven has taken to social media to thank Aberdeen medics, Hampden first responders and hospital staff for treating him after he was knocked out in the Betfred Cup final.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has backed calls for introducing video assistant referee (VAR) technology in Scotland.
A Dons fan has admitted running on to the pitch at Hampden Park during Sunday’s cup final and kicking the ball.
Teenage Dons attacker Connor McLennan today insisted he can handle being pitched in from the start at Ibrox.
Graeme Shinnie says seeing Gary Mackay-Steven being knocked out was the worst injury he has seen on a football pitch.
Defiant boss Derek McInnes was today confident he will lead the Dons to future trophy glory.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie accused Celtic of lacking class after they beat the Dons in the League Cup final.
Aberdeen boss McInnes defends team selection for Betfred Cup final defeat to Celtic – and slams ref Dallas
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes insists he fielded a starting 11 capable of securing the Betfred Cup at Hampden.
A Dons display group has thanked the volunteers that made the spectacle possible.
Aberdeen legend Neil Simpson says Sir Alex Ferguson made it clear his team had to lift the 1985 League Cup and complete his set of Scottish silverware.
Aberdeen were desperately unlucky to lose 1-0 to Celtic in the Betfred Cup final at Hampden.
McInnes on Betfred Cup final psychology: Aberdeen now know they can beat Celtic and Rangers in their heartlands
The psychological advantage of finally beating the Old Firm in Glasgow will prove vital in the Betfred Cup final, according to Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
The vast majority of Aberdonians inside Celtic Park on March 16 2014 were sent into raptures when Adam Rooney slammed his League Cup-winning penalty past Dean Brill – but current captain Graeme Shinnie wasn’t among them.
Former Don Ryan Fraser will be cheering on Aberdeen in the League Cup final and insists they are good enough to lift the trophy.
Ryan Christie admits if it wasn’t for Aberdeen it’s unlikely he would have a part to play for Celtic in the League Cup final.
Since signing for his home city club Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie has been desperate to lift a trophy and is confident he can do that at Hampden tomorrow.
Billy Stark played in an Aberdeen side that won at Hampden regularly.
Join legends Miller, McLeish and rest is the call to Aberdeen skipper Shinnie ahead Betfred Cup final
Boss Derek McInnes wants Graeme Shinnie to take his spot among Aberdeen’s legendary captains by lifting the Betfred Cup at Hampden.
The management team at Aberdeen have called for the 20,000-strong Red Army to make their voices heard at Hampden.
Boss Derek McInnes can feel the need within the Aberdeen fanbase to witness another trophy win and aims to deliver that at Hampden.
Every day this week we've featured people wearing our cut-out-and-keep Dons mask.
Dons fans have been decking out the city in red and white to give their heroes the perfect send-off to Hampden.
Fans across the world have got cup final fever – as they travel thousands of miles to cheer on the Dons at Hampden.
Winger Niall McGinn made an unlikely return to Pittodrie in January, after a short spell in South Korea, with the hope of securing more trophy glory.
Dons cult hero Willem van der Ark says results before a cup final don’t matter.