Two Scottish Premiership matches will go ahead this weekend with about 300 fans in the stands as part of pilot events for the return of crowds to football.
Aberdeen Football Club is offering up to 10,000 supporters access to a mental health app following a successful trial.
Aberdeen confident they will be able to offer fans pay-per-view live-streaming option for behind-closed-door matches
Aberdeen are confident they are moving closer to being able to offer fans a pay-per-view option for live streaming of behind-closed-door games.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks hopeful social distancing can allow fans back into Pittodrie this year
Aberdeen hope to have 7,500 fans inside Pittodrie as early as October if Covid-19 restrictions continue to ease.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks warned the reliance on supporters has made Scottish football the most vulnerable during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Aberdeen director: We think launch of mental health app is ‘very valid’ during struggles of lockdown
Aberdeen have become the first professional club in Scotland to offer supporters access to a mental health app.
The Aberdeen FC investor group’s pledge to donate 10% of this month’s season ticket sales to the AFC Community Trust looks set to land the charity £125,000.
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.
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.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks has revealed that fan contributions through AberDNA have played a key role in keeping some of the club’s top talent.
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks hopes the club can capitalise on potential League Cup success.
Aberdeen want ‘to be part of’ women’s sports, commercial director Wicks says after ladies side talks
Aberdeen commercial director Rob Wicks says the Dons want to be involved in the “very bright future” of women’s sports.
Aberdeen’s commercial director Rob Wicks believes Scottish football still isn’t getting the TV deal it deserves.
The cost of part of Aberdeen FC’s stadium project has risen by £1 million as the club adds new features to the project.
Aberdeen chiefs are confident the Red Army will snap up all 20,000 tickets for the Betfred Cup final.
Aberdeen have launched a new By Official Appointment (BOA) initiative for the local business community.
Aberdeen are confident they are in a far stronger position to land top signings due to the funds raised by the DNA fans’ funding scheme.