Aberdeen may have a decent track record at Rangers in recent years but Derek McInnes admits his side cannot afford to stumble out of the blocks on Sunday like they did when the teams last met at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen chief Dave Cormack questions how clubs will sell vital season tickets for next term if there is no clear plan on fans returning to football grounds
No discussions and no plan equals no hope as Dave Cormack warns Scottish football is facing disaster with no supporters in stadiums.
To say that I am very angry at what went on at Draft Project by Soul Bar by people watching Serbia versus Scotland football on Thursday is an understatement.
Comedy trio Scotland the What? created their own little world in the north-east and ended up gaining the Freedom of Aberdeen.
Welcome, my friends, to an alternative history of Scottish football; a world where anything was possible and where serious proposals were devised for schemes which would have shaken up the game to a remarkable extent.
Aberdeen survey reveals 92% of respondents feel ready for return to Pittodrie as club looks for permission to reopen turnstiles
Aberdeen say a survey of Dons fans has revealed 92% feel ready to return to games at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen will face Premiership St Mirren away from home in the last 16 of the Betfred Cup.
Aberdeen FC say they are “well-prepared to host test events with a minimum of 1,000 supporters”.
It’s 50 years since Codona’s opened the largest permanent funfair in Scotland in Aberdeen. Gayle Ritchie charts the history of the beachfront attraction and explores the legacy of the famous Codona family.
A 27-year-old man has been charged in relation to the supply of class A and B drugs worth £1,200 in the Pittodrie area of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen councillor blames Covid-19 for causing ‘weird behaviour’ after woman sneaks into Pittodrie for x-rated photoshoot
An Aberdeen councillor has been left reeling after a woman sneaked into the home of the Dons for an explicit photoshoot.
Jim Leighton can remember the struggle he faced after being discarded from the first team at Manchester United 30 years ago.
SUE Barker has confessed she had to be crow-barred out of the presenter’s seat of A Question of Sport and admitted she would not have gone voluntarily.
When I was a young man in the 1960s I vividly remember the arguments I had with my father regarding football.
Aberdeen's communities have seen some memorable moments over the years, from dramatic fires to visiting famous faces and sporting achievements.
Aberdeen and Ross County have been given the go ahead to allow 300 fans into their respective stadiums on Saturday.
It was the Dandy Dons rout 30 years ago which put a cork in Champagne Charlie’s triumphant return to Parkhead.
Buildings across Aberdeen lit up red to raise awareness of pressures the live events and entertainment sector is facing.
After five months of uncertainty, chaos, legal battles, votes, arbitration cases and rejected reconstruction football is finally, thankfully, back.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has refused to lay the blame for Rangers' Pittodrie winner on centre-backs Scott McKenna and Ash Taylor.
Football fans could return to Scottish stadiums in September after latest update from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
Football fans could be allowed to return to stadiums on September 14 after the latest briefing by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes on Premiership opener: ‘We’ve got to be sure we always know who we’re playing for’
The Dons may be starting the season behind closed doors – but boss Derek McInnes is still determined to deliver for the Red Army.
As someone who starred for both sides, Mark Perry is relishing the return of the New Firm derby.
Assistant manager Tony Docherty insists it is up to the Dons to generate their own atmosphere without a raucous Red Army to roar them on against Rangers.
The bubbly might have gone a bit flat for Aberdeen fans after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson to Manchester United in 1986.
A charity is calling on people in the north-east to take part in a virtual fitness fundraiser.
Join us on journey back through the years in the Granite City's many communities and suburbs... from royalty to Radio One DJs.
Children under the age of 12 could be the first Aberdeen fans to return to Pittodrie when the Scottish Premiership resumes.
Aberdeen will begin the new Premiership campaign at home to Rangers at 5.30pm on Saturday August 1.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has confirmed Scott McKenna and Scott Wright are flying through their comeback to training.