The AFC Hall of Fame celebrates the achievements of those who have significantly contributed to Aberdeen Football Club. Established in 2004, the AFC Hall of Fame’s purpose was to formally acknowledge the players and staff who have reached the pinnacle of their profession and making a significant contribution to this great club.
The Club have a proud history stretching back to 1903 when Aberdeen, Orion and Victoria United merged to form the Club that we know today and each year are able to recognise that history by inducting those who have helped shape the Club with an annual evening of celebration.
This page highlights the achievements of all our inductees and allows supporters to reminisce of their favourite Aberdeen Football Club legends. Below is the updated Hall Of Fame inductee
380 appearances and 94 goals at Pittodrie, Jess is one of the most naturally gifted players to ever pull on an Aberdeen jersey. Winner of three trophies and is the only Aberdeen player to win the PFA Young Player of the year award twice.
Played 237 times for The Dons scoring 38 goals, Weir is arguably the club’s greatest ever winger. He possessed skill and pace often leaving opponents in his wake and helped lifted every piece of domestic silverware as well as the European double in ’83.
Joined Aberdeen in 1965 playing 594 times for The Dons. Winner of every domestic honour, Clark would have a successful career in coaching in Zimbabwe, New Zealand and the US. Bobby retired in 2017 having been a highly respected head coach at Notre Dame University.
One of the game of football’s earliest and greatest innovators. He amassed 346 appearances for The Dons and later returned as a trainer. Following a trip to Norway he would help bring the dugout to the British game.
333 appearances and nine goals. Won four trophies including the European Cup Winners Cup. Alex Ferguson would give Stuart a place on his bench in Gothenburg after injury cost him a place in the team. Sadly he would be forced to retire that summer.
1979-1989 361 Appearances 90 Goals. Gothenburg Great (Scored the winning goal in the 1983 UEFA Cup Winners Cup Final). Honours: UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1983), UEFA Super Cup (1983), Premier Division (1979-80, 1983-84, 1984-85), Scottish Cup (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986), League Cup (1985)
1978-1986 The most successful Aberdeen manager of all time. Led The Dons to European glory in 1983. Honours: UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1983), UEFA Super Cup (1983), Premier Division (1980, 1984,1985), Scottish Cup (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986), League Cup (1985)
1978-1988 & 1997-2000 535 Appearances. Gothenburg Great (Kept 6 clean sheets on road to European glory). Honours: UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1983), UEFA Super Cup (1983), Premier Division (1983-84,1984-85), Scottish Cup (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986), Scottish League Cup (1985)
1978-1990 310 Appearances 31 Goals. Gothenburg Great (Played in every match as The Dons conquered Europe in 1983). Honours: UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1983), UEFA Super Cup (1983), Premier Division (1983-84,1984-85), Scottish Cup (1982, 1983, 1984), Scottish League Cup (1985)
1973-1995 797 Appearances 32 Goals. Inspirational captain who led The Dons through their most successful period before going on to manage the club from 1992-95. Honours: UEFA Cup Winners Cup (1983), UEFA Super Cup (1983), Premier Division (1979-80, 1983-84, 1984-85), Scottish Cup (1982, 1983, 1984, 1986), League Cup (1976, 1985,..Read More
1972-1982 & 1988-2002 386 Appearances 130 Goals. One-time Aberdeen FC record signing who served the Club with distinction as a player and as part of the coaching team. Honours: Premier Division (1979-80), League Cup (1976).
1954-2003 Served The Dons through six decades in a number of roles including player, coach and kitman. Awarded a testimonial match against Manchester United in 1999. A capacity crowd turned up to show their appreciation for a man who gave his life to AFC.
1943-1945 & 1948-1953 & 1967-1986 Former player who helped to transform the club after joining the board in 1967. Instrumental in the development of the first all covered, all seated ground in British football.