Aberdeen have released images of how they hope their new stadium to look if the project is completed.
Despite alleged concerns about the plans at Kingsford, the club aim to move eight miles west from Pittodrie to a new state-of-the-art facility on the outskirts of the city, which will consist of a stadium with a capacity around 20,000 and a training complex.
The club have received pressure from the No Kingsford Stadium group who believe the move would have a negative effect on the Westhill area. Though there is also a Yes to Kingsford group backing the plans.
Aberdeen executive vice chairman George Yule said: “The glories of our past and solid footing of our present cannot sustain the club in the future and that is why we embarked on a new journey some four years ago - a journey that will take us to long-term success and sustainability, on and off the pitch.
“We will be providing a stadium that supports our ambition and meets the expectations of our fans alongside outstanding community sports facilities.”