Aberdeen supporters vote overwhelmingly in favour of making a new stadium at the seaside instead of Kingsford

Aberdeen supporters have voted overwhelmingly in favour of making a new stadium at the seaside rather of the prepared move to Kingsford.

Aberdeen City Council bosses are in talks with the Dons in a bid to make the club abandon programs for a new £50 million stadium at Kingsford and instead relocate to the seashore.

The website of the Hilton DoubleTree hotel on the Beach front Boulevard, which shut very last 12 months, is recognized to be the council’s favored site.

Arranging permission for the new Kingsford stadium was granted by Aberdeen Town Council in 2018, together with the £13m Cormack Park teaching complicated, which opened at the spot in October 2018.

Nevertheless, as completely unveiled by the Night Specific, council bosses have released a bid to encourage Aberdeen to rethink the shift as section of a revised city centre masterplan to regenerate the spot all around the seashore.

Original talks have taken spot involving Aberdeen FC and council leaders.

In an on the net poll performed on Twitter that obtained a lot more than 800 votes, 67.2% voted in favour of relocating to the seaside.

Just 13.2% backed the move to Kingsford, with a even more 19.6% voting to stay at Pittodrie.

Aberdeen chairman Dave Cormack a short while ago verified the Kingsford stadium venture would be delayed thanks to the multi-million economical affect of the coronavirus pandemic.

Cormack confirmed the absence of supporters due to Covid-19 is established to price the club £8m.