ABERDEEN fans will have to abide by a new code of conduct when they attend Pittodrie on Saturday.

300 Dons fans will be allowed to attend the clash with Kilmarnock at the weekend.

It’s the first game which allows fans back into stadiums since March, alongside the Ross County vs Celtic clash.

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And Aberdeen have made available strict guidelines to the lucky 300 fans who will be allowed into the ground on Saturday.

The rules are as follows:

• Remain in your allocated seat – (standing is strictly prohibited)

• Always wear your face covering properly covering both your nose and mouth.

• Leaving your seat – If you must leave your seat continue to wear your face covering, wait for the gangway to clear, remember the 2 metre social distancing rule, sanitise hands and follow the signage and Stewards instructions.

• When in your seated area, when moving past other spectators, to and from your seat, please avoid face to face contact with other spectator.

• Match Ball – should the match ball enter the stand, please pass this down to the ball boy to be sanitised, under no circumstances should you throw the ball onto the pitch. Please ensure that you sanitise your own hands once the ball has been passed back.

• Coughing and Sneezing – please catch in a tissue or in the crease of your elbow, sanitising hands afterwards and disposing of any contaminated tissues in a bin.

• Chanting/Shouting/Singing – are to be avoided to help reduce the risk of infection.

• Priority will be given on stairwells to people ascending the stairs. To avoid contact, people descending are required to step into a row until the stairwell is clear for them to continue their journey.