Aberdeen FC, also known as the Dons, is a Scottish professional football club based in the city of Aberdeen. The club was founded in 1903 and plays its home matches at Pittodrie Stadium, which has a capacity of over 20,000 spectators.
Aberdeen FC has a rich history in Scottish football, having won four league titles, seven Scottish Cups, and six Scottish League Cups. The club's most successful period came in the 1980s, when they won three league titles, four Scottish Cups, and a European trophy, the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, in 1983.
Over the years, Aberdeen FC has been home to a number of talented players, including Willie Miller, who captained the club during its successful period in the 1980s, and Jim Leighton, one of Scotland's greatest ever goalkeepers. Today, the club is managed by Stephen Glass and features a talented squad of players, including midfielder Lewis Ferguson and striker Christian Ramirez.
Off the pitch, Aberdeen FC is committed to making a positive impact in the local community. The club's charity, the AFC Community Trust, provides support and opportunities for people of all ages across the North East of Scotland. The Trust's programs include education and employability initiatives, as well as sports and physical activity programs for young people.
With a passionate fanbase and a rich history in Scottish football, Aberdeen FC is a beloved institution in the city of Aberdeen and beyond.