Aberdeen’s upcoming Premiership clash with Hibernian could be moved to after 7pm on a Saturday night in the club’s latest experiment to engage fans.
In a document, the council offcer said: "Closing the A944 for periods surrounding events and diverting bus services is not acceptable. A 30-minute closure would cause chaos and massive tailbacks."
Tributes have poured in for a devoted Dons fan who passed away suddenly.
A Dons footballing legend has called for Cruyff Courts to be installed in every part of the city following the runaway success of the facilities.
A man and woman convicted of robbing a young Aberdeen FC footballer have cost the taxpayer more than £26,000 in legal aid, it can be revealed.
New Dons chief Dave Cormack said his heart will always be at Pittodrie – but the club must move to punch above its weight.
He went undercover to observe stewards at the Kilmarnock game last month then spoke to their supervisers. Cormack said: "I said 'Listen guys, I'm just being constructive here, but it's unacceptable what I saw."
The move will enable fans of the Scottish Premiership team to purchase tickets through various online travel brands, including Ryanair.
Aberdeen FC wants to ride the crest of the e-sports wave – by looking at hosting events in the city.
The Dons’ incoming chairman has unveiled his battleplan for getting the Kingsford stadium project over the finishing line.
Football fans from the other side of the pond have strongly welcomed the new partnership between the Dons and Atlanta.
Outgoing Dons chairman Stewart Milne has confessed: “This club has taken over my life.”
Atlanta United’s top man has explained why the club chose Aberdeen as a partner.
New Dons chairman Dave Cormack today said he hopes the new US investment would allow the Pittodrie club to attain UEFA top 100 status.
New investment has come from Dave Cormack and his group of investors, including Tom Crotty, Roger Lee and now AMB Sports & Entertainment, parent company of Atlanta United.
Stewart Milne has guided Aberdeen FC through some major changes over the last two decades at Pittodrie, making sure the club secured success on and off the pitch.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today hailed Stewart Milne’s legacy for future generations as the club chairman announced he was stepping down after 22 years at the helm.
Stewart Milne can step down as Aberdeen chairman with his head held high, insists club legend Joe Harper.
Dons legend Willie Miller will be honoured by Aberdeen University for his work on and off the pitch.
Children from Kirkhill Primary School in Kincorth visited Aberdeen University as part of an initiative to get them thinking about their future careers.
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.
Memorabilia from Sir Alex Ferguson’s time as Aberdeen FC manager has been donated to a university that has renamed its library after him.
Joe Harper today admitted it would have been “impossible” for him to hold back the tears after being inducted into the Scottish Football Association’s Hall of Fame.
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.
One lucky Evening Express reader will win big after Aberdeen FC's match against Celtic on Sunday – with £100 up for grabs.
One of the proudest days of Aberdeen defender Mikey Devlin’s career quickly turned into a nightmare as the Scots were routed in Moscow.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes confirmed the decision not to call up fit again defender Scott McKenna to face Russia was made after regular discussions with Steve Clarke.
On-loan defender Zak Vyner insists Aberdeen deserved to be slaughtered by critics for the 5-0 loss at Rangers.
Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna has returned to training after five weeks out and is in contention to face Hibs tomorrow.
Derek McInnes has warned he and the Dons are ready to come out fighting after receiving “a kicking” for their shocking 5-0 loss at Ibrox.