A Dons fan who was jailed for invading the pitch during the League Cup Final today said he is “deeply sorry” about the incident – and put it down to drunkenness and a bet.
Calls have been made for more trains to help north-east football fans support the national team.
Aberdeen Central MSP Kevin Stewart has written to SPFL boss Neil Doncaster to express his “dismay” over the fixture.
Once again, it would seem the fans are the last people who matter when it comes to the scheduling of a showpiece game in the Scottish football calendar.
The SPFL’s decision to schedule the Dons’ semi-final match with Rangers at noon has promoted a barrage of criticism from clubs, fans, ScotRail and politicians.
Aberdeen were today set to discover the development compensation fee they must pay Hamilton Academical for teenager Lewis Ferguson.
Youngsters from an Aberdeen school are to represent the region after winning a popular competition.
Aberdeen fans have been warned by police not to bring smoke bombs to a crunch football match tomorrow.
Extra carriages added to train to service between Aberdeen and Glasgow ahead of Scottish Cup semi-final
Rail chiefs have altered train services this weekend to help Dons fans get to a crunch cup game in Glasgow.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has warned the SPFL they won’t be happy if the tickets for the Betfred League Cup final aren’t split “50-50” between the two clubs.
Aberdeen have expressed dismay at the SPFL's decision for an early kick-off at Hampden.
A NINE-year-old is to meet the Scotland football team - after his view was obscured at a recent game.
Evening Express photographer Darrell Benns is at Hampden Park to bring you all the action as Scotland take on Germany. Here’s a selection of his favourite pictures from the game.