This is a Category B fixture and Ticket Information for this game is as follows:
Prices for all area's of the ground are as follows:
Under 18's: £10
Family Area Priced tickets available in the Bobby Cox Stand, Rows A – Y, Seats 1 – 47 with prices as follows:
Adult and One Child Under 12: £26
Two Adults and Two Children Under 12: £50
Additional Children Under 12: £2
*The Under 12 and Under 16 tickets can only be bought as part of a family group
The ticket office is becoming increasingly busy on match-days and fans are encouraged to buy their tickets as early as possible.
The ticket office is open from 10am on match-days.
Tickets are available from the ticket office, in person or by phone on 01382 889966 (Option 1) or online
A reminder that season tickets holders can claim two free tickets for any match throughout the season.
Aberdeen Football Club (also known as The Dons) is a Scottish professional football club based in Aberdeen, Scotland. They compete in the Scottish Premiership and have never been relegated from the top division of the Scottish football league system since they were promoted in 1905, despite twice finishing within the relegation zone. Aberdeen have won four Scottish league titles, seven Scottish Cups and six Scottish League Cups. They are also the only Scottish team to have won two European trophies, having won the European Cup Winners' Cup and the European Super Cup in 1983.
Formed in 1903 as a result of the amalgamation of three clubs from Aberdeen, they rarely challenged for honours until the post war decade, when they won each of the major Scottish trophies under manager Dave Halliday. This level of success was surpassed in the 1980s, when, under the management of Alex Ferguson, they won three league titles, four Scottish Cups and a Scottish League Cup, alongside the two European trophies. Aberdeen were the last club outside the Old Firm to win a league title, in 1984–85, and also the last Scottish team to win a European trophy. The team has enjoyed less success since this golden era, though a 19-year wait for a major trophy was ended by winning the 2013–14 Scottish League Cup.
Aberdeen have played at Pittodrie Stadium since their inception. The ground currently has a capacity of 20,866 and was the first all-seated and all-covered stadium in the United Kingdom. Pittodrie was also the first football stadium to feature a dug-out, an invention of player and coach Donald Colman.
The club's colours have been primarily red and white since 1939; before this, they played in black and gold vertical stripes. In modern times, Aberdeen have almost exclusively played with all-red strips with white detailing. Aberdeen attract support from the city and surrounding areas, as they are the only senior team within a wide area. Aberdeen have no geographically close rivals; their nearest neighbours at the same level are in the city of Dundee.
With the pressure mounting on Neil McCann at fever pitch and the rumour mill speculating that anything other than a win today would lead to his sacking, Dundee dug deep to secure their first win of the season.
To round up a pleasant day for the Dee, they also managed to keep a clean sheet in this moral boosting victory.
Dundee still sit bottom but they have plugged the gap between themselves, St Mirren and Motherwell to just one point, who both lost today.
Andy Boyle gave Dundee the lead in the first half on the 38th minute when he headed home at the back post and despite Hamilton hitting the bar twice, Kharl Madianga wrapped up the victory when he made it two in the third minute of injury time.
For once, Dundee fans can look forward to watching SportScene tomorrow evening.