Aberdeen have confirmed Joe Harper's name will adorn one of the pitches at their new £12 million training facility.
Aberdeen’s all-time leading goalscorer Joe Harper has become the latest former Don to be given the honour of having a training pitch at the club’s new training campus named after him.
They are among the most famous names in Aberdeen FC's history.
Dons fans have been invited to join two club legends for a fundraising night next month.
It’s not often you get the chance to sit down for dinner and a chat with two of Scotland’s greatest footballing legends, but that’s what’s on offer at Pittodrie Stadium tomorrow night.
McCrae’s Battalion was the affectionate name given by the people of Edinburgh to the 16th (Service) Battalion of the Royal Scots during the First World War.
An Aberdeen FC legend paid an emotional tribute to Gothenburg Great Neale Cooper as he opened this year’s Oldmeldrum Sports and Highland Games.
The King of the Beach End will kick off an Aberdeenshire town’s Highland games next month.
Aberdeen forward Adam Rooney hopes to emulate the club's all-time top scorer Joe Harper by hitting the 20-goal mark against St Johnstone today.