Tickets for Scotland’s UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying matches against France and Iceland at Pittodrie Stadium are now on sale and supporters can take advantage of a fantastic pre-sale offer.

Pre-sale tickets are available to purchase now at just £5 for adults and £2 for under-16s and concessions.

Tickets can also be bought on match day at £8 for adults and £2 for under-16s and concessions.

Ricky Sbragia’s side opened their qualification campaign with a 2-1 win over Northern Ireland in Lurgan and will be looking to build on their good start in Aberdeen next month.

Poland will host the 2017 finals with places available for the nine group winners and play-offs going to the best four runners-up.


Adults: £5
Under-16s and concessions: £2

CLICK HERE to purchase your tickets at this special pre-sale price.
Pre-sale offer ends Friday, 9th October at 5pm for Scotland v France and Monday, 12th October at 5pm for Scotland v Iceland.

Please note: You may need to create a new account on the Aberdeen FC ticket website to purchase tickets online.

All pre-paid tickets can be uplifted from the Aberdeen FC Ticket Office in advance of the match.

Tickets can also be ordered by calling 01224 631 903.*

Aberdeen FC Ticket Office opening times: Mon-Fri between 9.30am-5pm and Saturday 9.30am-1.30pm


Adults: £8
Under-16s and concessions: £2

You can still purchase your tickets on match day from the Aberdeen ticket Office from 9.30am, and from an hour before kick off at the above cost. You can also purchase your ticket on the gate.

* Notes

Concession ticket prices include over-65s and students with a valid matriculation card.
‘Kids’ are supporters under the age of 16.
When booking online, the fees will be £1 per ticket and £1 per transaction
Bookings over the Phone will be charged £1 for mailing out
Bookings over the counter will have no charge