Further details on ambitious plans for a new Aberdeen Football Club stadium will be revealed at a public exhibition at Pittodrie next week.
The event will also provide information on the public consultation sessions held in Aberdeen, Kingswells and Westhill over the summer.
The club wants to develop a multi-million pound stadium and training academy at Kingsford, between Kingswells and Westhill.
An AFC spokesman said: “This is a significant project for the club and AFC Community Trust, the city and the region. The club has consulted extensively on its plans for the site.
“This has informed the preparation of the detailed planning application, which the club intends to lodge by the end of the year.
“It is therefore important that the club now shares its detailed proposals for this catalytic development and what it will deliver in sporting, social and economic terms with all interested parties. ”
The exhibition on November 24 from 3pm-9pm at the AAM Suite in the Richard Donald Stand at Pittodrie.
Access is via the Richard Donald Stand.
The exhibition materials will also be available to view via the club’s website at www.afc.co.uk/stadium from the day of the event.