A major sports team, the son of a legendary Dons goalkeeper and a new £47 million school have teamed up to use football to teach youngsters about mental health.
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie is determined to lay down an early marker in the race for a fifth successive Premiership runners-up finish when Rangers visit Pittodrie on Sunday.
A new appointment has been made to the board of Aberdeen Football Club.
No Kingsford Stadium officially launch legal challenge to Aberdeen FC’s plans for £50 million stadium
Campaigners fighting against Aberdeen FC’s new £50 million Kingsford Stadium have officially lodged a petition for judicial review.
Aberdeen rounded off their Europa League preparations with an accomplished 1-1 draw against West Brom at Pittodrie last night.
Niall McGinn believes Aberdeen could benefit from the hype which will surround Steven Gerrard when he takes charge of Rangers for the first time at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen fans' group Dons Supporters Together (DST) has sparked further conversation about rail seating, known as safe standing, at the new stadium.
Thousands gathered at Pittodrie Stadium in Aberdeen tonight to celebrate the life of Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
Chris Forrester’s arrival this week will be the first of several new faces for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes as he looks to once again remain best-of-the rest in the Scottish Premiership.
Objectors fighting the £50million Dons stadium plan claim to be just £4,000 short of their appeals target after a flurry of donations.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean is relishing a special night at the Azteca Stadium as Scotland look to upset World Cup-bound Mexico.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes said yesterday he would be “eternally grateful” to the late Neale Cooper for his unswerving support at Pittodrie.
Aberdeen hope to complete the signing of Irish midfielder Chris Forrester from Peterborough United next week.
Real Madrid have sent their condolences to Aberdeen following the death of Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper.
Aberdeen’s Lord Provost said the city could consider a commemoration to the Dons legend.
Former Aberdeen manager Steve Paterson believes Pittodrie is the only venue big enough in the city to accommodate everyone who will want to pay their respects to Neale Cooper.
He was the tough-tackling, talismanic figure, who was a pivotal part of the most famous Aberdeen team in history.
Joe Lewis concedes he had a big choice to make as a teenager.
Neale Cooper’s former captain and fellow Gothenburg Great Willie Miller led the tributes to the former Don last night following his death at the age of 54.
Dons legend Neale Cooper has died aged 54 after being found injured in a flat on Sunday morning.
They are the football team immortalised in documentary films and even a pop song.
Departing Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean insists he is leaving a better player than when he arrived after helping the Dons finish runners-up in Scottish Premiership for the fourth season in a row.
When he started up his own football school six years ago, Russell Anderson could scarcely have imagined 1,800 children a week across Aberdeen would benefit from it.
Aberdeen’s Paul Lawrie credits his sporting idol Sir Alex Ferguson with instructing him not to let any success pass without celebration.
Watch as Dons captain Graeme Shinnie and Dominic Ball reenact a scene from Titanic in the Pittodrie dressing room.
There would be no finer way for Kenny McLean to bring the curtain down on his Pittodrie career than with a win over Rangers.
Aberdeen have been dealt a blow on the eve of their crucial Premiership match against Rangers after Gary Mackay-Steven was ruled out the game.
What promised to be a helter-skelter afternoon petered out into a goalless draw between Aberdeen and Hibernian.
Floods of tributes and well-wishes have been sent out to Alex Ferguson after he underwent emergency surgery yesterday.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists Sam Cosgrove will have a big role for the club after helping the Dons win against Hearts on Friday.
Aberdeen did their part to put the pressure on rivals Rangers and Hibernian in the race for second place in the Scottish Premiership by seeing off the feeble challenge of Hearts at Pittodrie last night.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes insists the Reds are a different animal from the one which exited the Scottish Cup after watching his side last night move three points clear in the race to be best of the rest in the Scottish Premiership.