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Description: Kingsford Stadium
The planned stadium in Kingsford (5km west of Aberdeen) is centerpiece to a much larger community and sports complex. Beside the matchday and training uses, the place would become a major hub for conference and social events in the area.
Main stadium is to hold around 20,000 people (detailed design to follow), joined in the east by six full-sized fields for training, as well as 1,300 parking spaces. The complex is planned along the A944 road, just off the new western bypass. Altogether 24.5 hectares are earmarked for the project.
Public consultation process began in July 2016 and, pending further developments, the entire complex could be delivered by 2020. In the first phase only the training fields and necessary infrastructure will be created, while the stadium with 1,598 parking spaces will follow afterwards.
Scotland: Aberdeen secure 60% of project budget
With new shareholder from USA the Dons now have £6 million in place, 60% of their new training complex, first phase of the Kingsford stadium project.
Scotland: Decision for Aberdeen in December?
Aberdeen FC has said it hopes a decision on plans for a new stadium can be taken by councillors before the end of the year. If it's a green light, works can begin early into 2018. Unless opposition to the project succeeds.
Scotland: Aberdeen population still split about new stadium
More than 10,000 people have officially given their views on the proposed Kingsford Stadium for Aberdeen FC. The outcome may be surprising as opponents get over 47% of the vote.
Aberdeen: Celtic and Hearts support Aberdeen's stadium scheme
In a rare case of solidarity two high-profile Scottish clubs stand behind Aberdeen FC's plan to build both their new stadium and training centre within the same plot.
Aberdeen: Opposition to Kingsford Stadium not giving up
The No to Kingsford group has been in a long-running battle over the development of the proposed £50million site and has submitted a fresh plea to the council, The Scottish Sun reports.
Aberdeen: Kingsford Stadium suffers from 4-month delay
The Aberdeen City Council has requested more information, including environmental surveys. Their decision will thus be delayed by no less than 4 months.
Aberdeen: Fraudulent submissions in stadium consultation process
As of now over 30 people acknowledged that someone used their personal data to participate in Kingsford Stadium consultation process.
Aberdeen: Birds threatening stadium, stadium threatening birds
28 secies of birds use the proposed stadium site for crucial purposes. It's advised that construction takes place outside the March-August period, though that seems hardly feasible.
Scotland: Bad news for Aberdeen relocation scheme
The Aberdeenshire Council decided to vote against Aberdeen FC’s plan to relocate to Kingsford. Fans’ commute and traffic were among the most important reasons.
Scotland: Huge interest in Aberdeen stadium consultation
Almost 9,000 people (!) sent their support/objection for the new stadium and both groups ale almost even in numbers. Now all the letters need to be analysed.
Scotland: Aberdeen’s stadium plan met with mixed reception
With over 500 letters of support and objection, it’s not all positive for Aberdeen FC. Their new stadium raises some fears among local residents.
Scotland: Aberdeen keen on safe standing for Kingsford Stadium
Good news: safe standing may be installed in Kingsford Stadium. Bad news: Aberdeen remind that relocation from Pittodrie is still years away.
Scotland: More details on Aberdeen plans
While we still don’t know the exact timing, Aberdeen went into much detail with latest renderings and master plan of the proposed Kingsford Stadium.
Scotland: Aberdeen to file planning application by year end
As Aberdeen FC celebrate record turnover, work on the new stadium is progressing. The club now expect to file for planning permission by the end of this year.
Scotland: Aberdeen supporters overwhelmingly in favour of relocation
Aberdeen supporters trust ran an extensive survey of fans opinions on new stadium plan. Three out of four fans are positive about the need to move outside city limits.
New design: Aberdeen FC consulting on their dream
They’re playing in Europa League later today. In a few years Aberdeen FC are hoping to get a brand new home to welcome their European and domestic rivals in.