SFA president Alan McRae believes tomorrow’s International Football Association Board (IFAB) AGM, which will be held in Aberdeen for the first time, is hugely important for Scottish football.
North-east assistant referee Calum Spence says his selection for the elite round of UEFA Under-17 Championships qualifying will help him “forget” being injured in a coin-throwing incident.
JD Sports has removed a provocative picture of a woman wearing a Scotland strip after a father complained.
The SFA are looking to set up summits with lower league managers to discuss refereeing.
Jim McInally has hit out at the Scottish Football Association for not involving lower league managers in last week’s referees summit.
Scotland women’s defender Frankie Brown has revealed her excitement to be back at La Manga – and this time preparing for a World Cup.
Those behind the idea had proposed that the new league could be made up of four teams moving up from the Highland League and four from the Lowland League as well as up to four colts sides.
SFA president Alan McRae wants to get the Tartan Army flocking back to Hampden – but admits good results are the only way that will happen.
Hermes secretary Alex Fiddes says it was “fantastic” to have his 50 years of service to the club recognised.
Aberdeen non-executive director Dave Cormack has revealed an idea to get kids on America’s west coast supporting the Dons and wearing their kits.
The Scottish FA has announced a six-year broadcast deal which will see more "Scottish Cup matches on free-to-air TV than ever before".
Aberdeen Ladies chief says their “aim is to get right back into SWPL2′ after second successive relegation
Aberdeen Ladies’ “aim is to get right back into SWPL2” after their dramatic final-day relegation.
Derek McInnes today insisted it was important every Dons fan who travelled to the Betfred League Cup semi-final should have the chance to buy a ticket for the final.
Darian MacKinnon will miss Hamilton’s Premiership trip to Pittodrie tonight – after he received a retrospective two-game SFA ban. MacKinnon’s late tackle on Kilmarnock’s Alan Power saw him booked at the time, however, he was cited by compliance officer Claire Whyte and the punishment upgraded, ruling him out of the clash with Aberdeen.
At times it seems as though the SFA’s disciplinary procedures are run like a secret society with reasoning incomprehensible to outsiders.
Dons defender Shaleum Logan today claimed Mikey Devlin should not have been red carded as he was tracking back to make a vital challenge.
The Scottish FA have released a statement on their much-maligned judicial panel.
Former Pittodrie midfielder Steve Tosh reckons the Dons will feel they have been “stabbed in the heart twice” by the SFA over Mikey Devlin’s red card.
Aberdeen have branded the SFA fast-track disciplinary panel's reasons for failing to overturn Mikey Devlin's red card against Kilmarnock unacceptable.
Kilmarnock boss Steve Clarke has branded the Scottish Football Association “unprofessional” after Hampden bosses spelt his name wrong on his disciplinary charge.
Jim McInally says he is pleased the SFA have chosen to stay at Hampden – but feels sorry for Queen’s Park.
Miller, Brown and supporters united on Hampden – Telling SFA it was right choice and how they think it can be improved
Aberdeen's Scotland supporters’ group and national team legends Willie Miller and Craig Brown have welcomed the Scottish FA’s decision to stick with Hampden Park – but want wide-ranging changes.
The Scottish FA have confirmed a £5 million deal to buy Hampden from Queen's Park and keep the stadium as the home of the national game.
Hampden Park will remain the home of Scottish football, according to reports.
The SFA have really muddied the water with what constitutes a foul with recent baffling decisions.
Word reaches my royal ear (Copyright: King Louie, Jungle Book) that the Dandies desperately needed VAR at Pittodrie last week against Kilmarnock.
Aberdeen legend Harper: Let ex-players helm SFA judicial panel instead of referees after Devlin howler
Dons legend Joe Harper today called for ex-pro footballers to make the call on SFA red card appeals – and for referees to be demoted for any howler.
Peterhead boss Jim McInally has hit out at Scottish football’s governing bodies following a rule change which has prevented him signing Hashim Bakar on a short-term deal.
Cove Rangers manager John Sheran has been handed a two-match suspension for his part in a fracas in the League Two play-off final.
As the World Cup kicks off this week, Aberdeen’s annual celebration of the mighty game is already hitting the back of the net.