An Aberdeen student who has taken part in a construction scholarship has hailed its success.
The iconic Stonehaven Hogmanay Fireballs will be sponsored for the fourth year in a row by a local housebuilder.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has vowed to boost attendances by inspiring the “lost generation” to come to Pittodrie and the proposed new stadium.
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.
Stewart Milne is set to oversee his final game as Aberdeen chairman this afternoon before stepping down officially at Monday’s annual general meeting.
As he readies to step down as chairman, Stewart Milne revealed he had to make painful choices to ensure the club he loved did not go under during the global recession.
Outgoing Dons chairman Stewart Milne has confessed: “This club has taken over my life.”
Stewart Milne has guided Aberdeen FC through some major changes over the last two decades at Pittodrie, making sure the club secured success on and off the pitch.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today hailed Stewart Milne’s legacy for future generations as the club chairman announced he was stepping down after 22 years at the helm.
Atlanta United president Darren Eales is set to join the Aberdeen board as part of the clubs' strategic partnership - but who is he?
Cormack says Atlanta link-up will see Aberdeen ‘tap into’ South American scouting network and help fund new stadium
Incoming Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has outlined the key benefits of the club's link-up with American side Atlanta United.
Aberdeen are set to meet Dumbarton in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup. The Dons, who last won the national trophy in 1990, will play the Sons at Pittodrie on January 18 or 19 after tonight’s draw.
Dave Cormack is to become the new Aberdeen FC chairman after Stewart Milne stepped down from the role, it was confirmed tonight.
A new nautical-themed playpark has been officially opened at an Aberdeen residential development.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes refused to be drawn on expected changes at the club.
Aberdeen suffered frustration as they were denied a fourth straight Premiership victory by nine-man St Johnstone in Perth.
Stewart Milne can step down as Aberdeen chairman with his head held high, insists club legend Joe Harper.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne is set to stand down after more than two decades in the role.
Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack insists it was worth splashing extra millions to deliver a training facility that can attract and retain top talent.
Chairman Stewart Milne today insisted the £12 million Cormack Park can help Aberdeen narrow the gap on Rangers and Celtic.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne admits he is proud to finally deliver a £12 million training complex and community hub.
A major aberdeen housing builder has been recognised for a decade of health and safety success.
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.
Boss Derek McInnes today ruled himself out of the running for the Scotland job as he is not ready to give up club management and is committed to leading Aberdeen.
Chairman Stewart Milne today insisted the £12 million training complex at Kingsford will not impact the budget available to boss Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes appears to have ruled himself out of the running for the vacant Scotland manager's role, echoing statements from chairman Stewart Milne and vice-chairman Dave Cormack earlier in the week.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne today confirmed the estimated cost of the stadium at Kingsford could rise as much as £10 million to £50m.
Chairman Stewart Milne is confident manager Derek McInnes would reject any bid from the SFA to land him as the new Scotland manager.