Thousands of Aberdeen fans are to pay tribute to Bailey Gwynne following his death at an Aberdeen school last week.
The friends and family of a north-east man who died aged just 32 watched on as Dons fans paid him an emotional tribute at his beloved Pittodrie at the weekend.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes hopes a return to Fortress Pittodrie can help his team get back to winning ways this weekend.
A video has been uploaded to Youtube showing Celtic fans leaving Pittodire after their side lost 2-1 to Aberdeen.
Police have issued a warning ahead of tomorrow's Scottish Premiership clash between Aberdeen FC and Celtic.
Four Aberdeen Football Club fans are to go on trial accused of inciting public disorder at a Scottish Premier League match earlier this year.
Aberdeen have confirmed that tonight's Europa League qualifier against Kairat Almaty is a sell out.
Several of Aberdeen goalkeeper Jamie Langfield's former team-mates will return to Pittodrie tomorrow to help the veteran celebrate his testimonial match against Brighton.
Bosses at Aberdeen Football Club have moved to reassure fans that they are doing all they can to deal with over-intrusive gulls at Pittodrie, following a number of recent complaints.
Aberdeen have unveiled a new away kit for the 2015/16 season.
Aberdeen has introduced an under-18 annual pass as part of their new season ticket package for next season.
A Dons fan has narrowly avoided being banned from Scottish football matches after uttering sectarian comments at Pittodrie on Remembrance Sunday.
Only Celtic and St Johnstone have won at Pittodrie in 2015 but Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes believes his Reds have their work cut out against in-form Partick Thistle in their final home game of the year.
Aberdeen chairman Stewart Milne believes the club has reached a major milestone after this evening agreeing to a plan that will wipe off its £14.49million debt to put the club back in the black for the first time in 21 years.
Police will be carrying out "strict searches" at Pittodrie this weekend for alcohol, pyrotechnics, offensive flags and banners.
Scotland's two-year wait for the chance to redeem themselves is almost at an end.
Two Celtic fans have been charged with assault following a disturbance during the minute's silence at Pittodrie on Sunday.
Four people were charged by police last night following reports of disorder at the Scottish Premiership clash between Aberdeen and Celtic at Pittodrie.
A video has emerged online of Celtic fans alegedly breaking the Remembrance Sunday minute silence prior to yesterday's match with Aberdeen.
Football fans have been warned about offensive flags, alcohol, smoke bombs and flares ahead of the Scottish Premiership match on Sunday.
Things will get loud in Pittodrie tonight for the Dons' Europa League clash with Real Sociedad.
Police in Aberdeen are urging Dons fans to enjoy tonights Europa League clash "safely and responsibly".
A Celtic supporter has been fined after he admitted shouting racist abuse at an Aberdeen police officer who refused him entry into Pittodrie.