Extra trains from ScotRail for Aberdeen cup final fans

Fans queuing at Aberdeen FC Season tickets holders have been queuing to get tickets for the final

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Additional trains will be used to take Aberdeen fans to and from the Scottish League Cup final in Glasgow.

ScotRail is putting on the extra trains on Sunday 16 March for the game with Inverness at Celtic Park.

The club says tickets for the services will be sold from Pittodrie, on a first come first served basis. Details on train times and cost of travel will be announced shortly.

Season tickets holders have been queuing for the cup final game tickets.

Monday 10 March will then see the tickets going on general sale.

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