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Which of Aberdeen’s 32 away kits between 1979/80 and 2024/25 is your favourite?

We've dug out pictures of every away strip in Dons history (which we could find colour images of) following the unveiling of the club's Wasps heritage-honouring 2024/25 offering.

Just some of Aberdeen's away kits from down the decades.
Just some of Aberdeen's away kits from down the decades.

Aberdeen have unveiled their 2024/25 away kit, paying homage to the club’s Wasps heritage and modelled by the Dons women’s team in the release video.

The latest change kit follows on the back of 2023/24’s record-breaking Northern Lights-inspired 2023/24 offering, which received very positive reviews and broke sales records.

But do either the 2024/25 or 2023/24 away strips deserve the title of best Aberdeen away kit ever?

That’s for you to decide – by perusing the list below, which features pictures of 32 away strips from Dons history, all in colour.

The away kits below go back all the way to 1979 – with five different Aberdeen kit manufacturers used over that near-45-year period.

It has been no mean feat to find colour images of them all in the archives, with some proving tricky to track down due to only being worn in actual matches once or twice.

However, we discovered the magic formula of filtering the search down to away games against Hearts (mainly), Dundee United and Hamilton Accies, and we eventually managed to find them all.

NOTE: This list features away kits. Strips which were only ever third kits are not included.


Maddie Finnie and Francesca Ogilvie in the new Aberdeen away kit for 2024/25. Image: Darrell Benns/DC Thomson.


Leighton Clarkson modelling Aberdeen’s new away kit. Image: Aberdeen FC.


Connor Barron celebrates scoring at Ibrox in the 2022/23 Aberdeen away kit. Image: SNS.


Funso Ojo in Aberdeen’s rarely-worn 2021/22 away top at Tannadice. Image: SNS.


Andy Considine models Aberdeen’s 2020/21 away kit. Image: Aberdeen FC.


Niall McGinn celebrating a “golden” goal for Aberdeen at Hearts in the 2019/20 away kit. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen’s Gary Mackay-Steven (right) celebrates scoring at Tynecastle in the 2018/19 Dons change kit. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen’s Kari Arnason in action in the 2017/18 away kit. Image: SNS.


Graeme Shinnie, right, in action in Aberdeen’s 2016/17 away offering. Image: SNS.


Shinnie again, this time in the 2015/16 away top. Image: SNS.


Jonny Hayes in Aberdeen’s 2014/15 away strip. Image: SNS.


Striker Scott Vernon in the 2013/14 Aberdeen away strip. Image: SNS.


Rob Milsom in action for Aberdeen in the change kit for 2012/13. Image: SNS.


Rory Fallon celebrates a goal in the Aberdeen away strip from 2011/12. Image: SNS.


Fraser Fyvie, left, and Richard Foster model the 2010/11 away kit. Image: Aberdeen FC.


Chris Maguire on the run for Aberdeen in 2009/10’s black away strip. Image: SNS.


Several Dons players in 2008/09 away kit, led by Derek Young. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen had this away kit for two seasons from 2006/07. Here is it being worn by Zander Diamond and Andy Considine following the former’s Uefa Cup group stage goal against Lokomotiv Moscow. Image: SNS.


Another white away kit which last two seasons – 2004/05 and 2005/06 – being worn by Dutchman Ferne Snoyl. Image: SNS.


Scott Booth and Chris Clark in the black and gold 2003/04 away kit. Image: DC Thomson.


Here’s Paul Sheerin in the 2002/03 Aberdeen away kit – another white one. Image: SNS.


The 2001/02 away number was also white, with red trim, and is worn in this picture by Aberdeen cult hero Eugene Dadi. Image: DC Thomson.


We’ve reached the 1990s, and an away kit Aberdeen wore for three seasons from 1998/99. Here’s Hicham Zerouali playing in a Uefa Cup qualifying tie v Bohemians wearing it. Image: SNS.


Eoin Jess in the 1997/98 away kit, which – with a change in sponsor – became the third kit the following season. Image: SNS.


Stephen Glass in action for Aberdeen in the 1995/96 away release – perhaps the most divisive/loved/famous of all – which lasted two campaigns. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen’s Joe Miller in the 1993/94 away kit – which the Dons only wore for one season with the A-FAB sponsor, before it was used for another campaign with the Northsound Radio logo. Image: SNS.


Mixu Paatelainen in the 1990/91 Aberdeen away strip, which was another three-campaign kit. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen’s Hans Gillhaus in the 1989/90 away offering. Image: SNS.


Brian Grant (left) and Willie Miller in the away strip Aberdeen wore from 1987/88 for two seasons. Image: SNS.


We’ve reached Aberdeen’s golden era – and here’s one of the Dons’ greatest players Alex McLeish in the away kit used for three seasons from 1984/85 (although there was a change in club crest and slightly different colouring/pattern in 1986/87, which we couldn’t find a picture of). Image: SNS.


Here’s Willie Miller (left) and Gordon Strachan on the night Aberdeen won the 1983 European Super Cup, in the away strip the Dons wore for the two pound-for-pound best seasons in the club’s history – 1982/83 and 1983/84. Image: SNS.


Aberdeen’s first away kit (that we could find a colour picture of) being modelled by a very young Neale Cooper in 1979/80. Image: SNS.