Atlanta United’s top man has explained why the club chose Aberdeen as a partner.
Andy Considine understands more than most the benefits Aberdeen’s new, state-of-the-art training complex at Kingsford will provide.
Welsh international Ryan Hedges was proof of the benefits of Cormack Park five months before the complex was opened.
Aberdeen have been put through their first training session at the new £12 million Cormack Park training base. Derek McInnes’ team got a first look at the facilities before heading out to train ahead of tomorrow’s Premiership clash with Kilmarnock at Pittodrie.
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.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes revealed club legend Sir Alex Ferguson will take a call from him any time he needs advice.
Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack insists it was worth splashing extra millions to deliver a training facility that can attract and retain top talent.
Chairman Stewart Milne today insisted the £12 million Cormack Park can help Aberdeen narrow the gap on Rangers and Celtic.
Sir Alex Ferguson says Aberdeen's new Cormack Park training base at Kingsford is among the best he's seen.
Legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson has officially opened Aberdeen's new £12 million Cormack Park training base.
Aberdeen have announced the final club legend whose name will adorn one of the training pitches at Cormack Park is former goalkeeper Jim Leighton.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed he used Cormack Park to help his bid to sign players long before the £12 million facility was completed.
Aberdeen have confirmed Joe Harper's name will adorn one of the pitches at their new £12 million training facility.
He is widely considered Aberdeen’s greatest ever player – and Willie Miller says he is “humbled” his name will have a permanent place at the club’s new training ground.
Aberdeen will name one of the training pitches at Cormack Park after the club's greatest player, former skipper Willie Miller.
The new facilities at Kingsford can help the Aberdeen FC Community Trust (AFCCT) go from strength to strength, according to operations manager Steven Sweeney.
Sir Alex Ferguson will cut the ribbon at Cormack Park when Aberdeen's new community sports hub and training facilities open on October 31.
For the first time in their 116-year history Aberdeen have their own training complex and chief executive Duncan Fraser insists it will be the envy of other clubs.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne admits he is proud to finally deliver a £12 million training complex and community hub.
The new community sports hub at Kingsford stadium has been named after a north-east technology entrepreneur.