About Us

The Inverness Reds was formed in 1974 to bring together Dons supporters from across Inverness, Easter Ross and Moray.

We’ve followed the highs and lows of the Dons ever since, from the heydays of our European and league exploits in the 80’s to the lows of the post-Ferguson era.

It’s not been all bad since the 80’s though, Calerwood saw us post more consistent results including our first foray back into Europe for a while (remember that night against FC Copenhagen at Pittodrie!)

Now we have McInnes at the helm, and again more consistent results has seen us win the Scottish League Cup in 2013/14 and back into the Europa League Qualifiers each year under his tenure.

And you can join us to be part of it all.

We are an officially registered supporters club with Aberdeen FC which gives you a  number of benefits including:

  • Access to priority tickets for all Aberdeen FC matches;
  • Travel to all home matches at Pittodrie on our supporters buses;
  • Travel to some away/cup matches on our supporters buses;
  • Extensive website with tons of information about Aberdeen FC;
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SUPPORTERS BUSES

Our buses leave from Inverness (outside the main supermarket entrance) at Morrisons, Millburn Road, Inverness and can pick-up en-route along the A96 to any games at Pittodrie, or down the A9 for any central-belt matches.

For 3pm kick-offs, the bus will leave Inverness at 10am.

More info on the buses we are running are available here

SUPPORTERS BUS PICK-UP POINTS

  •  Inverness (Morrisons);
  •  Nairn (bus station);
  •  Nairn (Bridgemill Direct car park);
  •  Forres (rail station);
  •  Elgin (A96, near Elgin Library);
  •  Elgin (McDonalds, A96 bus stop);
  •  Lhanbryde (eastbound bus stop);
  •  Mosstodloch (petrol station);
  •  Fochabers (The Square bus stop);
  •  Keith (Regent Square bus stop);
  •  Huntly (Tesco bus stop)
  •  Inverurie (Thainstone A96 bus stop)
  •  Inverness (Morrisons);
  •  Daviot (A9 bus stop);
  •  Aviemore (opposite Tesco);
  •  Kingussie (High Street);
  •  Newtonmore (High Street);
  •  Newtonmore (Ralia Services);
  •  Dalwhinnie (A9 bus stop);
  •  Pitlochry (High Street);
  •  Ballinluig Services;
  •  Dunkeld and Birnam;
  •  Perth (Broxden Services);

BUS FARES

We’ve structured the fares so they are competitive with local rail and bus services.

Fares are priced as returns.

OAPs and Concessions should deduct £2 from the fares detailed opposite.

  •  Inverness – £17 (members) / £20 (non-members)
  •  Nairn – £17 (members) / £20 (non-members)
  •  Forres – £15 (members) / £18 (non-members)
  •  Elgin – £15 (members) / £18 (non-members)
  •  Lhanbryde – £15 (members) / £18 (non-members)
  •  Mosstodloch – £15 (members) / £18 (non-members)
  •  Keith – £12 (members) / £15 (non-members)
  •  Huntly – £10 (members) / £13 (non-members)
  •  Inverurie – £8 (members) / £11 (non-members)
  • Inverness – £25 (members) / £28 (non-members)
  • Daviot (A9 layby) – £25 (members) / £28 (non-members)
  • Aviemore (opposite Tesco) – £22 (members) / £25 (non-members)
  • Kingussie (High Street) – £21 (members) / £24 (non-members)
  • Newtonmore (High Street) – £20 (members) / £23 (non-members)
  • Newtonmore (Ralia Services) – £20 (members) / £23 (non-members)
  • Dalwhinnie (A9 bus stop) – £18 (members) / £21 (non-members)
  • Pitlochry (High Street) – £15 (members) / £18 (non-members)
  • Ballinluig Services – £13 (members) / £16 (non-members)
  • Dunkeld and Birnam – £11 (members) / £14 (non-members)
  • Perth (Broxden Services) – £10 (members) / £13 (non-members)

Charges for travel to Central-belt away games will be determined, depending on demand and may be cheaper or dearer than the fares advertised.

SUPPORTERS CLUB MEMBERSHIP FEES

Click on the large badge to place your order.  A small fee will be added to your final payment to cover administration costs.
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