As a new decade dawns, significant change awaits Aberdeen Football Club (AFC).
The man leading the march towards the Dons’ new Kingsford stadium dream has defended the club's efforts to change planning conditions attached to the £50 million project.
Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack is confident he and his board can ensure manager Derek McInnes’s budget is not adversely affected by the costs of building a new stadium.
Cormack on new Aberdeen stadium and prospect of Pittodrie stay: ‘You can never say never. If we can’t raise the money, we can’t do it’
Incoming Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack has not ruled out staying at Pittodrie beyond 2023.
Aberdeen Football Club has confirmed that vice-chairman Dave Cormack will take the helm in a major shake-up of the board - paving the way for a new partnership with US Major League Soccer club Atlanta United.
It bears his family name but Aberdeen vice-chairman Dave Cormack insists the club will honour its legends as it makes plans for the future.
An Aberdeen painter has paid tribute to the Dons in a piece that will be auctioned off for charity.
Aberdeen have named the second training pitch at their new Cormack Park training complex after club legend Willie Miller.
It took months to build using thousands of tiny little Lego bricks but it was all worth it for this Aberdeen fan.
Aberdeen fans have been asked to name the six pitches at their new training facility at Kingsford.
Aberdeen Football Club's new training ground will be named after its vice-chairman.
As shareholders voted unanimously to back Aberdeen Football Club’s plan to re-register as a private limited company, what more is being done by the Dons to generate cash for the upcoming move to Kingsford?
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes he can help the fundraising efforts for Kingsford by leading the club to the group stages of the Europa League.
New aerial pictures have revealed the progress being made on Aberdeen FC’s new £50 million stadium complex at Kingsford.
Aberdeen FC has called a general meeting for next month so shareholders can vote on transferring the club to private limited company status.
Progress is continuing on Aberdeen FC’s new Kingsford stadium, with floodlights being installed at the training facilities.
Aberdeen FC commercial director Rob Wicks insists he can deliver after being charged with the task of increasing the club’s turnover from £15 million to £20m before the Dons move to their new home at Kingsford.
Aberdeen supporters are anxiously awaiting more detail on what the club’s new home will look like.
Commuters have raised concerns that an “accident is waiting to happen” on a section of the new AWPR road.
Police were called to a two-car crash on the AWPR Aberdeen bypass this afternoon.
A group objecting to the new Aberdeen FC stadium at Kingsford has accused the developer of “unauthorised” dumping on the site.
An American businessman has joined the board of directors at Aberdeen Football Club, taking with him a £1.3 million investment.
A protest group set up to stop the development of Aberdeen FC’s new £50million stadium is now urging supporters to lobby politicians on the plans.
The campaign group which lodged a legal challenge against Aberdeen FC's £50m Kingsford stadium plans has said it will not challenge its approval.
The early stages of construction of Aberdeen FC's new £50 million stadium at Kingsford have been shown by a new time-lapse video.
Dons chairman Stewart Milne says Pittodrie ‘will not be forgotten’ as club progresses move to Kingsford
The chairman of Aberdeen FC has promised that the club’s historic home will “not be forgotten” as he turns his attention to the second phase of construction at the Dons’ new ground.
Aberdeen FC's lawyer believes protesters fighting to block the Dons' new stadium have come "nowhere close" to providing legal grounds for planning permission for the £50million facility to be revoked.
Aberdeen FC's legal team emerged from the first day of a court battle which could waylay the construction of the Dons' new £50 million stadium "content" with how proceedings played out.
A legal hearing which could waylay the construction of a new £50 million Dons stadium has commenced in Edinburgh this morning.
Opponents of the new £50million Dons stadium will head to court today to challenge the approval of the scheme.
Protestors trying to halt work on a 20,000-capacity football stadium on the outskirts of the city have branded plans to transport supporters there as “fantasy”.
Opponents of a bid to create three new fast food takeaways in Aberdeen have cited "grave concerns" for the safety of football fans as one of their key grievances.