Aberdeen Football Club’s quest to build a new stadium has certainly not been easy.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack says the club is open to exploring a site in the city for a new stadium.
Council bosses are in talks with Aberdeen FC in a bid to make them abandon plans for a new stadium at Kingsford and instead relocate to the site of a former city hotel at the beach, the Evening Express can reveal.
‘If you could tell me when crowds are back at Pittodrie, I could give a better estimate’ – Chairman Dave Cormack reveals new Aberdeen stadium could be delayed by years
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has confirmed the £50 million stadium project in Kingsford will still go ahead despite the Covid-19 crisis.
Video: ‘First-class’ nurseries in Aberdeen revealed as part of £23million early-years improvement project
Two revamped nurseries have been unveiled as part of Aberdeen City Council's £23 million investment into early learning and childcare.
Dave Cormack: Aberdeen’s move to Kingsford will be delayed by Covid-19 – but will go ahead even if club loses £10m
Chairman Dave Cormack confirmed Aberdeen’s move to a new stadium will go ahead even if the Covid-19 pandemic costs the club as much as £10 million.
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."
Aberdeen FC fans will be consulted in the next six months about what they want at the new Kingsford Stadium, club bosses have said.
Aberdeen FC chiefs have unveiled the latest plans for the club’s state-of-the-art stadium at Kingsford – and say the best possible team is making it a reality.
New Dons chief Dave Cormack said his heart will always be at Pittodrie – but the club must move to punch above its weight.
After 22 years at the helm outgoing chairman Stewart Milne today warned Aberdeen cannot buy success and must instead build it.
New Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack insists it is financially unfeasible to remain at Pittodrie – and moving to a new stadium would be cheaper.
The Dons’ incoming chairman has unveiled his battleplan for getting the Kingsford stadium project over the finishing line.
Dave Cormack is to become the new Aberdeen FC chairman after Stewart Milne stepped down from the role, it was confirmed tonight.
Stewart Milne can step down as Aberdeen chairman with his head held high, insists club legend Joe Harper.
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.
Legendary boss Sir Alex Ferguson has officially opened Aberdeen's new £12 million Cormack Park training base.
A pitch at Aberdeen's new training ground and community facility at Kingsford has been named after Dons legend Teddy Scott.
Construction work will begin later this year on the creation and expansion of eight nursery buildings across the city, it has been revealed.
Aberdeen are offering fans the chance to pick which club legends the training pitches at their new Kingsford base should be named after.
Proposals for a new drive-thru close to the Dons’ new stadium have been recommended for approval.
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.
Plans have been lodged for signage for a proposed restaurant.
Primary school pupils from across Aberdeen have been showing off their dancing skills to legendary ballerina and former Strictly judge Dame Darcey Bussell.
Aberdeen will be re-registered as a private limited company - meaning that all the funding for the first phase of the Kingsford development has been secured.
Aberdeen boss McInnes: ‘To bring in signings we have already is a testament of good work by everybody’
Boss Derek McInnes today hailed the Pittodrie board for giving him the financial backing to rebuild his squad in the transfer window.
Aberdeen’s directors hope to cash in on £2million worth of investment as they seek permission to switch from public to private limited company status.