Aberdeen FC

Aberdeen FC, formed in 1903, are the only club outwith the Old Firm never to have been relegated from the top division.

The club have always played at Pittodrie, which in 1954 attracted a record crowd of 45,061 against Hearts and in 1978 became the first all-seated football stadium in Britain.

The Dons had to wait until 1955 to claim their first Scottish League Championship title but have consistently been one of the country's top sides since the mid-1970s.

Aberdeen enjoyed a trophy laden era during the 1980s under Sir Alex Ferguson which culminated in winning the European Cup Winners Cup in 1983 and European Super Cup in 1984.

Address
Pittodrie Stadium
Pittodrie Street
Aberdeen
AB24 5QH

Website: www.afc.co.uk

Telephone: 01224 650400

Ground Capacity: 21,421

Manager: Jimmy Calderwood

Courtesy of SNS